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 at the low price of just $14.99!

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

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.


Katie said...

I think I'll have to try these out! I just started crocheting in the fall (mostly granny squares so far), but I get awful hand cramps after crocheting for a couple hours. Would love to avoid that pain while still getting to enjoy crochet!

katiem said...

I've been crocheting lately because it's less stressful on my wrists than stitching and I bet a set like this would reduce the stress even further. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

JJAY100 said...

I have never crochet anything yet,but would love to learn

Paula Stewart said...

My Aunt crochets afghans and scarves for everyone.