How to Prevent Sore Hands

How to Prevent Sore Hands

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If you've ever crocheted tiny crochet patterns then you know exactly what it feels like to have sore hands and finger cramps. Learn how to prevent sore hands with this one simple tip. Just by using a pencil gripper around your crochet hook, you can give your hand that extra support it needs.

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I bought some pencil grips for this very purpose when all the school supplies went on sale. I think two hooks fit as is, but most were way too small. Thats why Im so happy to have found this article. I had thought of wrapping them in yarn first, but never thought of using rubber bands instead. I have the perfect thin bands, too, so I can really control the thickness.

Oh boy, did this title catch my eye. My ands hurt so bad after spending a day crocheting that I usually have to take a two day break from it and it doesnt matter whether the pattern is a small one or a large one, its just from holding the hooks. Im not totally convinced that putting a pencil gripper would even help me because I even use the agronomical hooks and wear support gloves and still have pain

This is a great tip! I find that the metal hooks will slip - this will help with that in addition to helping get a better grip on the smaller hooks! Thank you!

I have RV and have a lot of pain in left hand,not hook hand, I need help finding something so that I can hold by the stitch without bending the thumb.

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