I’m going to tell you about the components of a crochet hook because the crochet hook is one of the most important tools in crochet.
The first part is called the handle and it’s long enough to fit your hand around it.
The second part is called the grip and it is the flat area of the hook. This is where you put your thumb and forefinger and you operate the hook mainly with these two fingers. You’ll generally find the size of the hook printed on the grip too. Other hooks will have the size either on the bottom of the hook or at the base of the handle.
Speaking of size, the size is determined by the third part of the hook which is the shank. The diameter, meaning from one side of the shank to the other side, is measured in millimeters with this hook. So, if I were to grab a tape measure and measure the shank, we can tell what the size of the hook is.
The fourth part to the crochet hook is the throat and it is the bend which catches the yarn.
And at the end of the hook we have what is called the tip. This is the part that allows you to push through stitches easily because it is round and smooth.
So, to recap, we have the:
Components of a Crochet Hook Video Tutorial
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