Let’s be honest, when it comes to your crochet hooks material does matter. Today on the Yarn Thing Podcast I will be chatting with the guys behind Laurel Hill to talk about their unique wood crochet hooks. Be sure to check them out and see if the they are the right fit for your next crochet project.
About Laurel Hill:
Rick is the founder of Laurel Hill, an innovative, environmentally friendly company based in Eugene, Oregon. Laurel Hill is dedicated to producing the highest quality fiber arts tools on Earth – and best known for its handcrafted wooden crochet hooks in exotic woods of Ebony, Nam Oc, and Trai. In 2019, Rick is expanding Laurel Hill’s selection of products to make Laurel Hill a one-stop shop for the fiber arts community.
Laurel Hill products can help create an ambiance of creativity, confidence and peace to enhance your experience. With their tools in your hands you can feel the weight and smoothness, hear the sound of the needles when the points touch, and enjoy the satisfaction of completing a challenging project.
Laurel Hill sources all their exotic woods (Ebony, Nam Oc, and Trai) from furniture and musical instrument factories. Taking only the small pieces of wood and reusing this recycled material to create beautiful handmade knitting and crocheting tools they are only only thinking of the present but the future.
The wood is carefully hand selected, sized, sanded, and polished to create premium knitting needles and crochet hooks.
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