Video Tutorial: How to Knook

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If you haven’t been part of the latest craze yet then I suggest you get with it (in the nicest way possible of course). Knooking is the newest thing to do if you’re a crocheter or knitter. Knooking is the concept of knitting with a crochet hook. It’s really quite neat! The only material needed is your yarn and a needle with one end looking like a crochet hook and one end looking like a knitting needle (a knook). There are kits and books you can get to teach you how to knook, but here’s a fabulous video to help you out:

Now that you know how to knook you can learn more about it and buy your own kits. That’s right, we have a beginner kit and a few books to choose from. See what you can make with your new knook! If you’ve ever wanted to try something new, this is it!

What will you knook?

 

 

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Comments

  1. Jody Blackwell says:

    Knooking looks really fun. I would like to have a needle. Do they have them at Walmart?

  2. Yes Jody the have a little kit at Wal-Mart that comes with everything you need except the yarn. Hope that helps. Happy hooking or well knooking

  3. Thank you for explaining. I bought one but the instructions did not explain it like that.

  4. Donna Walter says:

    Where do I buy a knook needle

  5. that looks hard to me its easier to use two needles

  6. the Walmart does not carry an item like this ,they rarely have the food u are looking for this day and age

  7. Janet Hurguy says:

    I am so glad I found this. I have been curious what this is like and now I know. How interesting! Thank you!

  8. Sandra Roman says:

    Seems to me the afghan stitch is similar and easier. No extra cords to deal with. Crochet is my passion but I knit too. To knook would just make a mess of both crafts.

  9. My husband made my knooks because I wanted some larger one’s. He made them out of mesquite,oak,and cedar. Ilove your vidieo,so informative, now I won’t be so intimidated.

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