Crocheting with Candy

I am often in the habit of looking at stuff and thinking about how to make it look cuter and happier.

Enter: candy stripe crochet hooks!

They are now available in my Etsy shop, but if nobody else wants them, I am happy to keep them, as they just look really cute in a jar on my craft table! They are indeed still totally usable for chunky yarns or double/triple stranding lighter yarns for quick and easy projects.

The big blue hook looks and feels like a magical candy wand!

p.s. I am hoping to upload special Valentine’s Day themed crochet goodies by Feb 1. I’ll keep you posted πŸ˜‰

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12 Replies to “Crocheting with Candy”

  1. robbie. says:

    you’ve finally inspired to pick up a hook! <3

  2. Marina says:

    But IF I buy them,I’ll afraid to break them (and when I do something that always breaks down) because they are very beautiful.

  3. Lee says:

    <3_<3 Love Love Love xox

  4. Amie says:

    These are adorable! I would just put them on the wall! Keep up the amazing ideas <3

  5. Maggi says:

    Cuteeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! I could totally see a line of Twinkie Chan hooks in the stores! πŸ˜€


  7. Liz says:

    These are so amazing! Did you sell out of them already? I checked your shop… no hooks. πŸ™ I’m with Maggi, I could see a whole line if these!

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      Hi! Yes! I think we only made 5 because I didn’t know if people would buy them or not. I know they were quite spendy ($20 ish) for crochet hooks, but they were kind of tedious to make ;). Would be much easier if they were mass produced hehe. Cross your fingers πŸ˜‰

  8. Augusta says:

    I just saw these in a crochet shirt ad. I love them. Are you going to sell these again?

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Oh weird! Do you think you could point me to the ad? I don’t make/sell these anymore because they were quite labor intensive. I started looking into getting them manufactured but didn’t really have the time to put into that quite yet.

      1. Ruka Starr says:

        The ad was on Facebook, used as a background for a sweater they were selling. The page is called “Crochet Things” and I instantly recognized your hooks!

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