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What Can I Make with "G" and "H" Crochet Hook Sizes

By: Christine Weiher, Editor, AllFreeCrochet

The Crochet Shawl of your DreamsI've been living in my new house now for about nine months, yet I still do not have a craft room. All my yarn is stored in plastic bags and canvas bags on shelves in the unfinished basement. Because I don't have a solid work space I keep my crochet hooks in my purse so they're with me at all times. Sounds a bit sad, but I'll never lose them! With that said, I've constantly got something on my hook and I'm always looking at what crochet patterns to make next. The crochet hook sizes that I like best, and what I find to be the most commonly used are the "G" and "H" hook sizes.
 

When you look at a crochet hook size chart you will notice that "G" and "H" are right in the middle. This means that they are a perfect size for both beginners and more advanced crocheters. The smaller crochet hook sizes tend to be a bit more difficult to work with since you have to work with a finer yarn or even thread; "G" and "H" are perfect for crochet patterns with worsted weight yarn. Before diving into a pattern, determine how to choose the best crochet hook sizes.


Whether you're just learning how to crochet or you've been doing so for years, we have a crochet pattern that you're bound to love. Using "G" and "H" hook sizes have at these patterns!


What Can I Make with "G" and "H" Crochet Hook Sizes

"G" Crochet Hook
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What Can I Make with "G" and "H" Crochet Hook Sizes


"G" Crochet Hook: Patterns to Make

  1. Simple Springtime Cardigan
  2. Napa Belted Jacket
  3. The Crochet Shawl of your Dreams
  4. Perfectly Elegant Shawl
  5. Coziest Slippers Ever
  6. Grandma's Simple Slippers
  7. Mermaid's Favorite Crochet Tote
  8. Wide Brimmed Crochet Hat
  9. Lace Ripple Afghan
  10. Shabby Chic Headband
  11. Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower


"H" Crochet Hook: Patterns to Make

  1. Glitter Goddess Shawl
  2. Spring Fling Granny Square Blanket
  3. Eye-Catching Pineapple Wrap
  4. Mermaid Filigree Cardigan
  5. Men's Brimmed Crochet Hat
  6. Cluster Burst Afghan
  7. Endless Summer Shawl
  8. Lightning Fast Fingerless Mitts
  9. Ice Queen Cap
  10. Universal Slouchy Hat

 


8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns

 

Once you've chosen your hook sizes and possibly picked out a new crochet pattern then dive into this collection 8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns. Learn a new stitch, make a new pattern.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Beautiful hooks. I usually use plastic hooks. I've never use wooden hooks.

These sould absolutely wonderful. I have always wanted a set but could not afford them.

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