Crochet hooks come in many shapes, sizes, and materials, including aluminum, steel, bamboo, hardwoods, glass, and even bone. I recommend aluminum hooks for beginners, but within that category there are many differences between brands of hooks, such as the shape of the tip and the size of the handle. Try a few different styles to see what you like. Hooks come in a range of diameters, which are measured in millimeters. Generally, you’ll use a smaller hook with a thin yarn and a larger hook with a bulky yarn.
The front zipper makes it easy to get your baby ready for bed. Use the sack as an outer layer over pajamas, and it won’t need daily laundering. 75mm) crochet hook Yarn needle One zipper to match yarn, 22" (55cm) long One snap closure, ⅝" (16mm) diameter Sewing needle and thread GAUGE 17 sts and 16 rows = 4" (10cm) over pattern stitch using the larger hook. PATTERN STITCH Worked over a multiple of 2 sts. Row 1 Ch 1, turn, *sc in front loop of next st, sc in back loop of next st; repeat from * across.