Comfort Cushion For Crochet Hooks-Fits Up To Size K

Comfort Cushion For Crochet Hooks-Fits Up To Size K


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SUSAN BATES-Comfort Cushion is a rubber sheath which makes the hook comfortable for people who suffer from arthritis or experience soreness from extensive crocheting. It can be used on all brands and can be removed and used from hook to hook.
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Comfort Cushion For Crochet Hooks-Fits Up To Size K is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needlework's BEST KEPT SECRET !!! Have purchased many of these Comfort Cushions for my steel crochet hooks, as I enjoy making lace crochet tablecloths for my daughters and granddaughters. The key to ease of placing a Cushion onto a crochet hook is to: firstly, warm the Cushion in very warm water so as to make it more pliable; secondly, begin winding the Cushion onto the steel crochet hook, but make sure the hook is NOT aimed at the palm of your hand; thirdly, gently continue this action as long as necessary until the Cushion is in place. I never move one Cushion to another crochet hook. I just buy more Cushions, and label the far end of each Cushion with a black permanent Sharpie (extra-sharp tip) with the size of the particular hook. Now, I also knit lace a great deal, and do not like to pay a lot of money for needle tip protectors. Whenever I purchase these Comfort Cushions, I always purchase extra packages and, with the help of a serrated-edged steak knife, I cut the Comfort Cushions into 1/2" lengths to protect my lace-tipped knitting needles. I am very fond of the stiletto points with the long-tapers, and these Comfort Cushions are absolutely perfect for both very small needle sizes and mid-range sizes (say, up to US size 5-6). One more thing. . . I also use the Comfort Cushions to protect my specialty needles, be they tapestry, darning, 5" weaving or 7" doll needles. These Comfort Cushions do not disappoint. They are exceedingly versatile and pleasing to use. Oh! Did I mention? A lengthwise cut down the center of the Cushion, and then adhering a segment of your choice of length to your cross-stitch palette works wonders for holding your needles and threads in an organized way until you need them again.
Date published: 2016-02-02
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