Saturday, April 18, 2015

#EpicBelle Crochet Hooks Review and Giveaway, Three Winners! Ends April 27, 2015


I've been crocheting since I was a little girl. My Nanie taught me how to make chains by the time I was five. She ALWAYS had a hook in her hand.

I stopped crocheting for quite a long time after she died, but I've picked it up again.

A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to test out some new, ergonomic crochet hooks and I was delighted to accept!

These are hooks from Epic Belle.  I love them!




 Ergonomic padded handles, bright colours, smooth, clean hooks (No burrs to snag the yarn).  The sizes run from 2.0 mm (Size A) to 6.0 mm (Size J). This range should meet all of your crochet hook needs.




After using them for a couple of weeks, I can tell you that I've noticed a marked improvement in crocheting. The comfort grip handles conform nicely to your fingers and help prevent hand-cramps. For me, this allows me to hold the hook more firmly, therefore my stitches appear more even and the tension is much more uniform.




I am very pleased with the Epic Belle Hooks and will be using them for a very long time.




How about a demonstration from yours truly?  *DO NOT LAUGH! ;) *




You may purchase the 9-Piece Epic Belle Crochet Hook Set at Amazon.com at the low price of just $14.99!

You may connect with Epic Belle on their website and social media pages:
Facebook and Pinterest.

The lovely folks at Epic Belle have generously offered one of my readers the chance to own this amazing set!  Just follow the entry instructions below for your chance to enter to win!



Open to USA, 18+, No PO Boxes. Three Winners. Giveaway ends 4/27/2015. ALL entries are verified.

DISCLOSURE:
I received a set of #EpicBelle Crochet Hooks for the purpose of this review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the item.




34 comments:

dd said...

I like to crochet neck warmers because they are so quick to make. My grandma taught me how to crochet too! I have kept everything she made for me including a yellow afghan, which I cherish. My crochet hooks are very, very old and could use replacing. --Deb

Rusthawk said...

caps and scarves.

Danielle a.k.a Yellie said...

I love to crochet cowls, hats and baby items. Whenever someone is having a baby, I always make them something...blankets, hats, headbands, booties, etc.

craftsonthego said...
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heather baker said...

I like making blankets or scarfs.

Lisa Queen said...

I would be winning these for a friend of mine. She crochets baby blankets mostly. I know she will truly love them.

Emily Endrizzi said...

My most favorite thing to crochet is Amigurumis. They are little crocheted toys. I have made bears and pokemon so far. I started a Hello Kitty one for a friend's daughter, but haven't finished it yet. They aren't too hard to make. You only need to know a few stitches and you work in rounds. That is the hardest part for me, to remember which round I am on. Lol. I've made blankets and scarves as well, but I like these the best.

Sally Bridges said...

I enjoy crocheting hats and scarves for friends and family!

william gossage said...

i like making things for my wife like sweaters

Maryann D. said...

When I was younger I did crochet wonderful baby blankets for gifts. I would love to do that again.
twinkle at optonline dot net

rowena hubble said...

I love to crochet i make thing i can starch from lighthouses ti jars even a little castel and tower and blankets these hooks look great and grandbaby no. 6 will be here in sept would love to try these to much arthritis in hand and arm having trouble with reg hooks

spock7005 said...

My favorite things to croochet are hat and scarf sets. It gets so cold here in NY in the winter! I also like to crochet lacey doilies with teeny steel hooks! scain54(at)aol(dot)com

Danielle Royalegacy said...

I don't crochet, but I really want to learn.

BethElderton said...

I love to crochet baby blankets and soft throws.
Mary Beth Elderton

Suburban prep said...

Probably a scarf or a shawl.

Claudia N said...

My favorite things to crochet are , afghans, scarfs, and shawls, Thank you!

Sandy McFadden said...

I love to crochet afghans for my family and friends no two are alike and I personalize them to the receiver.

Christine Savinelli said...

I love to crochet baby blankets!

Linda said...

I really like crocheting flowers! Thanks for this giveaway! Linda

Danielle M said...

I love crocheting anything baby! Love how little and cute everything is :)

Saundra McKenzie said...

I love doing afghans for the grandkids in cute patterns.

Jennifer W said...

I'm just learning, but I love making blankets :)

Kim Reid said...

I love to crochet scarves and cowls, a great way to try new stitches and patterns.

kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

Lindsey said...

Baby Blankets!

nickieisis3 said...

Kid socks

Derrick Todd said...

I'm just learning but my sister is very experienced. I really like crocheted blankets -- they are the best!

Crystal Wall said...

I am currently 28 skeins into a never ending granny square blanket, shams and cafe' curtains. Whew! I also just made my first pattern for a crochet halter tank top. I need cushion grips for the claw I get when I crochet any length of time. LoL I adore crochet, its my obsession and passion. I have been crocheting almost a year now, and I love it. Great giveaway! I entered, followed and shared!
Crystal
http://kystlewv.blogspot.com
A Day In My Life, Crochet & Reviews

Rose Mary said...

I like crocheting granny sqaure afgans.

katja9_10 said...

I like to crochet scarves.

Les Johnson

Cori Westphal said...

I always feel a great amount of accomplishment when I finish a big blanket!

bsyb said...

I love making items to give to family. It is nice to make useful items.

DONNA CHEATLE said...

I love making a big blanket, it's so satisfying to finish one!

blackroze37 AT yahoo.com said...

Booties

Michelle Hwee said...

This looks great! :) I love how colorful they are! Thanks for sharing.