Addi Click Tunisian Crochet Hook Set Review

Addi Click Tunisian Hooks Product Review

I’m often asked what kind of crochet hooks I use on a daily basis and I’m more than happy to share this information with you! Truth is, I’ve tried just about every hook on the market. I’m what you might call a “hook addict”.

So when I find a hook that I keep coming back to, it’s kind of a big deal.

Since September 2016 is Tunisian Crochet Month, I set out to find the perfect tunisian crochet hooks. I just wasn’t happy with the over sized afghan hooks in my collection. I needed something lighter, more portable and over all better quality. This brought me to the Addi Click Tunisian Crochet Hooks.

Addi Click Tunisian Hook Review with Brittany

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Pros

  • They’re lightweight
  • Easy to assemble/disassemble
  • The case is sturdy
  • They glide nicely through the stitches

Cons

  • They aren’t available at popular retailers
  • They are a little pricey
  • The set doesn’t include other necessary items

Here’s what you need to know…

The Addi Click Crochet hooks are the best Tunisian Crochet hooks I’ve used so far therefore, I recommend you consider them if you are in the market for some new Tunisian crochet hooks.

There are three pieces to this puzzle

You will need to buy three separate items in order to use your hooks. The 8-piece hook set does not include cords or stoppers.

Addi Click Tunisian Crochet Hook Set – Comes with 8 crochet hooks sizes 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0 mm. They will come packaged in a nice and sturdy crochet hook case. The set will run you approximately $55.

Addi Click Cords – The set I recommend comes with 5 different lengths 16″, 20″, 24″, 32″ and 40″. It also comes with a connector used to join the cords if you need an even longer foundation for an afghan or some other large project. These will run you approximately $25


Addi Heart Stoppers – These come two to a pack and are absolutely necessary. Without them, you risk your loops sliding right off the end of the cord resulting in dropped stitches. These will add approximately $19 to your total.

Total investment is approximately $99

Pricing is based on Amazon.com which fluctuates slightly based on product availability. I have found very few purchasing options for the Addi Click Tunisian crochet hook set. Here’s what I recommend…

Disclosure: Please note that the link below is an affiliate link, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to purchase this set online. Please understand that I have experience with Addi Click and use them everyday. I recommend them because they are great hooks, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy them. Please do not spend any money on this product unless you feel you need them or that they will help you crochet better.

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My new favorite Tunisian Crochet hook

Addi Click Tunisian Hooks

I’ve been working diligently on a brand new Tunisian crochet design that will be available next week! This project has put my new Addi click hooks to the test.

Although there was a slight learning curve for me adjusting to the shorter length, (my old Tunisian hooks were about 18″ long!) overall, I love them and would recommend you explore this option. I know you look to me for an honest and unbiased review and I don’t take that responsibility lightly!

If you’ve used the Addi Click Tunisian hooks, please tell me what you think of them. I’d love to hear your thoughts! It also helps others who may be considering to make the big investment by hearing multiple different reviews.

Whether you get these hooks or not, be prepared for Tunisian Crochet month at B.hooked Crochet. You won’t want to miss the great stuff that is coming!

Cheers!

Brittany copy

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