Furls Crochet Candy Shop Hook Review

Furls Crochet Candy Shop Hook Review


Reviewed by zzz Christine zzz Weiher, Editor,

I cannot tell you how excited I am to introduce you to the newest and cutest products from Furls Crochet. AH! Your mouth is about to water with these deliciously amazing crochet products. Without making you wait any longer, Furls Crochet has come out with sweet tooth collection!

Within this collection you'll see a Bubblegum Yarn Bowl and Hook Stand, along with Candy Shop Crochet Hooks. Each of these items is a great way to treat your hands, eyes and your projects. I don't even know where to begin; you really do need to see these in person to get the real feel for them and their beauty. 

The handcrafted Bubblegum Yarn Bowl and stand is made out of professional grade polyresin, sculpted into taffy swirls, and finished with bright bubblegum pink paint. If you take a deep look you'll see a shimmering, sparkling, shine that will make you smile from ear to ear. There's no doubt these are eye catching; you'll want to throw out all your other yarn bowls and stands just so you can look at the bright, bold colors of the Bubblegum Bowl.

If that doesn't entice you enough to check out Furls Crochet products then their Candy Shop Crochet Hooks will. The colors are breathtaking, the material is silky smooth, and each one is handmade. The process is actually quite intriguing. The Polyresin base is poured into a mold and then is left in a pressure pot to set. Once it has cured, the hook is removed with a surgical blade. After the casting is complete, each is sanded through five levels of smoothness to remove any imperfections. After sanding comes the fun part; the hook is primed with an aluminum base and painted with automotive grade paints and clear coats until the finish really stands out. The colors really are finger-licking good!

With fun names like Blueberry, Green Apple, Plum, Blackberry, Grape, Mango and Lemon, you will find yourself drooling over the beauty of them all. There are 10 colors to choose from with each color being a certain hook size. What's great about color coding like this is that once you know the size H hook is Strawberry, you won't have to squint your eyes and try to figure out the size. Even if you wanted to though, the hook size is not listed on the hook itself, only on the box it comes in.

The hooks are ergonomic, light and smooth and perfectly designed for a crocheter's hand. Every hook is sculpted to relieve tension and backed by a $500 hand health warranty so you can crochet without worry. I say that's pretty neat.

If you're looking for an excuse to buy new hooks or a yarn bowl then look no further than Furls Crochet. The crochet stand is just as beautiful as the hooks you put in it. This is a mouthwatering jaw-dropping collection you won't want to miss out on.


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I have to tell you. During the 70's - the 90's I crochet, embroidered, and knit every spare chance I had. Mainly made things to donate to shelters, hospices, hospitals, family and friends. I suffered an injury in 1997 and was unable to use my left side for several months. So I started reading. Found I really liked that. Since it was several months before I was able to use both hands I had my adult son store all my crafting supplies in the back of the closet Until earlier this year I had not been able to rekindle my interest in needle crafts. But the past 2 months with looking at all the patterns and other things you emailed me. It took me a bit to work up to it. But last week I dug out my needle supplies, yarns, and books. I have started up again. I had forgotten how much I loved doing them. I wanted to thank you for reminding me of that love. I made a bed jacket and slippers for a middle aged gal in a nearby nursing home. She was seriously injured by a drunk driver and requires a lot of care and physical therapy. I visit there often to visit the people there. So many are so lonely, no one visits them. So I do. Since my injury I had to retire. I like to keep busy. How I had forgotten about doing needle crafts I don't know. But, thanks to your reminders, I have again picked it up. I am very grateful for your encouragement.

I think this is a really great promotion and competition it's just a shame that it is not world wide instead of being restricted to the US and Canada .... very disappointed


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