Camelthorn Crochet Hook

Posted on August 30, 2012 by Furls Business Academy | 16 Comments

This week’s free hook of the week is a beautiful Camelthorn wood, 5mm crochet hook. Camelthorn is a beautiful South African hardwood related to the Acacia tree with a fiery red-black-yellow grain pattern. 

This hook is an absolute beauty. Reblog or heart this post to be entered into next week’s drawing for the free hook of the week!

Posted in camelthorn, craft, crochet, crochet hook, custom, diy, free, furls, handmade, knit, knitting, wood, yarn

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16 Responses

Donna B.
Donna B.

July 18, 2014

These hooks look beautiful as well as designed for a purpose!
I can hardly wait to purchase my first Furls crochet hook!!!! <3

Mama Tina
Mama Tina

July 02, 2013

These look wonderful!

Petro Jones South Africa
Petro Jones South Africa

May 25, 2013

It’s amazing&SO BEAUTIFULL!! I want one TOO!! Where can I gert hold of one of these wooden chrochet needles??

K Coffey
K Coffey

March 15, 2013

Beautiful hook. <3 it!

Shirley Phillips
Shirley Phillips

February 26, 2013

These are very beautiful hooks, I love that they are made with some of the most beautiful woods in the world.

Lori
Lori

December 06, 2012

<3

Hatta
Hatta

November 24, 2012

The flowers are loevly. I have searched and searched for the instructions and just cannot find them anywhere, all the blogs I ahve follwed lead me to nowhere. Could you be kind enough to send me the instructions for a japanese flower please? my e-mail address is Thankyou, Janey.

Zaidan
Zaidan

November 24, 2012

start like a single crhoect, so you have one loop already. then instead of inserting your hook into the next stitch, yarn over. then insert your hook as normal and yarn over to have 3 loops. pull yarn through two loops and crhoect like usual again with the last loop.

Lynda in Long Beach
Lynda in Long Beach

September 28, 2012

<3

Eleanor
Eleanor

September 10, 2012

Beautiful reminds me of crochet hooks my grandmother used.

lina st amour
lina st amour

September 08, 2012

what a beautiful piece of art must be an honour crocheting with it

kathy
kathy

September 07, 2012

<3 I have never seen such beautiful hooks as these are.

Debs
Debs

September 07, 2012

<3 beautiful

Tekla
Tekla

September 07, 2012

<3

Julie in Alabama
Julie in Alabama

September 06, 2012

Your hooks are amazing!

Elaine Sumner
Elaine Sumner

September 05, 2012

I am definitely hearting this post! (How do I do that??) Your hooks are absolutely beautiful!!

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