Posts Tagged ‘knooking’
This is the second in a series of posts on Knooking. Last time, I talked about my initial impressions of the recently released Leisure Arts “the Knook” kit.
This time, a little history lesson 🙂 Read the rest of this entry »
It recently came to my attention through Ravelry that a major craft publishing company had created a kit for the “Knooking” aka “knitting with a crochet hook” technique of knitting. Read the rest of this entry »
I came across a “new” technique a few weeks ago that’s being called “knooking” (if you’re on Ravelry, you can search for a group by that name for info), which means “knitting with a hook”. It is knitting (real knitting, not tunisian or any of the looks-like-knit crochet methods/stitches) done with a crochet hook that has a long cord attached to the end: Read the rest of this entry »