Your First Knooking Projects

15 Jan

18 Responses to “Your First Knooking Projects”

  1. Stra January 15, 2010 at 4:08 am #

    “a washcloth can be both crappy AND useful all at the same time.”

    Plus quick and simple. Ingenious! I love your style !!

  2. Nicci January 15, 2010 at 6:50 am #

    I’ve just joined your Ravelry group. I love what you are doing. I’m looking forward to lots of new knooking patterns :)

  3. cathy February 2, 2010 at 1:42 pm #

    just found you. what a great thing you have done.can not wait to give this a good try. so will hope this left handed person can do it. thanks
    cathy

  4. Kcrystina March 20, 2010 at 9:36 pm #

    Thanks you so much for bringing this to us! I have been trying to figure out how I could make knit and purl stitches using a crochet hook without using the tuscanian method. This is perfect! On my way to join your Ravelry group :)

  5. Michelle March 24, 2010 at 9:31 am #

    I just found this and I love it. Knitting has been hurting my arm, and crochet is really my first love anyway. I made the Knooking 102 cloth, and I am hooked! (Yes, pun intended!) I joined the Ravelry group as well! I had to create my own hook, I just taped a piece of cording to the bottom of a hook I had, and it worked great. I will be trying to get some “real” hooks, however. (Can you have enough?) I am now trying another washcloth design, the basic one with the yarn overs. Thanks for bringing this information to us!

  6. Kreative July 20, 2010 at 1:06 pm #

    Wow! I’ve been wanting to knit for a long time…I can knit & purl but it’s always been slow going for me so I just stuck to crochet–I learned how to do tunisian crochet but this…waayy closer to knitting. Thanks so much for this! I guess I’ll be following Michelle’s strategy until I get one of those hooks!

  7. Andrea January 4, 2011 at 3:03 pm #

    Hi Photogenic,

    I lead our crochet club at Debbie Macombers A Good Yarn Shop in Port Orchard, WA.

    The ladies (no men yet – but they are free to join) would like to learn knooking and I am setting up a class.

    Would it be ok to make copies of your two washcloth patterns to use in the class.

    Thank you in Advance.

    Andrea

  8. Sally January 10, 2011 at 1:16 pm #

    I would love to learn knooking but if I cannot download your instructions for this simple washcloth, I cannot properly learn and I can’t download unless I upload something I don’t know how to do..(?????). You might want to think about giving a newcomer a little wiggle room.

    • photojenic January 10, 2011 at 1:50 pm #

      I’m sorry you are having difficulty downloading the patterns. If you look carefully at the top of the box surrounding the pattern you should see three options: Download, Print and Fullscreen. Have you tried clicking on them to save the patterns?

  9. Marny July 17, 2011 at 12:51 pm #

    Knooking – washcloths are a good way to learn – and with enough of these sewn together will make a nice afghan.

    Now all I have to do is find a knooking needle. Seems to me that knooking is like knitting with 1 needle (being a crochet hook instead) with the cord being the other needle.

  10. washingtonpharmgirl July 20, 2011 at 1:15 pm #

    found a knooking kit at walmart! Yay!

  11. Katherine November 19, 2011 at 9:10 pm #

    I recently saw a knook kit at Walmart, and then looked it up on the internet. It seems an interesting concept – the speed of crochet with the look of knitting. I just wish the developer had taken it to the next level – circular needles with a regular knitting needle at one end and a crochet hook at the other. It would be like easy continental knitting! No trying to spear your stitches on a floppy edge, no having to pull the cord along. Does anyone know of a device like this? That type of knook I would buy!

  12. Shawna Everett December 2, 2011 at 6:57 pm #

    I recently learned to crochet. I love it. I tried knitting first but felt stupid when I could not even cast on. I seem to love the knit look though, and also have a habit of crocheting very tight. Would the knook be alright for someone who can not master the art of knitting?

    • Shawna Everett December 2, 2011 at 7:02 pm #

      I also like the fact that I can crochet a beanie from start to finish in about 3 hours. Is this just as quick?

  13. Karen peak January 3, 2012 at 2:44 pm #

    Always wanted to try this knooking

  14. JoAnn Turner April 9, 2012 at 12:23 pm #

    I just found a knocking kit @Hobby Lobby last wk! I’m sooooo hooked! LOL! Been a long time crocheter, but recently have wanted to use novelty yarns for those so cute skinny scarves. BUT crocheting & novelty yarns dont work too well. So since Friday, & with Easter holiday— I made a rather long scruffy looking first attempt scarf, a face cloth, and I’m not sure, maybe another face cloth. could never juggle 2 needles, manage the yarn without dropping stitches. The knook still allows me to “hook” the yarn! SO EXCITED!!

  15. DellaD August 15, 2012 at 12:15 pm #

    The best thing about this, is that crochet hooks are allow on airplanes, and knitting needles aren’t? I travel a lot, and wanted to try some knitting patterns. Crocheting helps pass the otherwise useless time in the airport/airplane. (and you don’t have to turn it off during take-off and landing!

  16. Meridee K. December 20, 2012 at 3:12 pm #

    Where can you buy more of the cord used in knooking. My cord seems to fray.

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