Is there anything worse than dropping a stitch? You’re happily knitting along and suddenly you see it: the small hole in your work that is a dropped stitch, slowly retreating down your fabric.
Luckily, stitch fixers are there to help. Perfectly sized to fit in any project bag, a stitch fixer is the best tool for saving those dropped stitches and other small errors. I keep one in every project bag just in case.
Cocoknits offers a nifty double-ended crochet hook that will work on most of your projects. The equivalent of a US D crochet hook, this handy 4″ tool fits in all your project bags. The nickel-plating lets you use this fixer with the Cocoknits magnetic bracelet.
The Handi Tool from Susan Bates also features a crochet hook on one end, but with a knitting needle tip at the other end. Having both tips lets you easily hook loose loops, and pick up escaping stitches, while leaving your project safe on your needles. In a pinch, you can even use the handi tool as a cable needle.
- Both 4″
- Cocoknits Stitch Fixer- nickel plated
- double-ended crochet hook US D
- Susan Bates Handi Tool- aluminum
- Crochet hook and Needle tip end
- size US 3