What size crochet hook should I use for chunky yarn?
Yarn Weight & Crochet Hook Size Chart
|Yarn Weight Terms||Suggested Hook Size|
|2-Fine||(E-4) 3.50 mm, (F-5) 3.75 mm|
|3-Light, Light Worsted||(G-6) 4.00 mm, (7) 4.50 mm, (H-8) 5.00 mm|
|4-Medium, Worsted||(I-9) 5.50 mm, (J-10) 6.00 mm, (K-11) 6.50 mm|
|5-Bulky, Chunky||7.00 mm, (L) 8.00 mm, (M/N) 9.00 mm|
What size crochet hook do I use for double knitting wool?
Double Knit or Eight Ply Wool – use 3.25mm or 4.0mm hooks. Triple Knit or Twelve Ply Wool – use 5.0mm or 6.0mm hooks.
Does using a larger crochet hook use less yarn?
If you are using the same pattern (same number of stitches and rows/rounds), a larger crochet hook will use up more yarn. If you are going for the same size of project (say a 36 by 36 inch blanket), a larger crochet hook will use up less yarn.
What size crochet hook Do I need to make a blanket?
It can be overwhelming to select what size crochet hook to use for blankets, but US H-8 would be the best choice, especially for beginners. This means that the hook size is 5mm, ideal for worsted weight yarn. This yarn weight will also be comfortable for crocheting most blankets.
What size is 4 ply yarn?
Fingering weight (traditionally 4ply) 19-22. Sport weight 15-18. DK weight 12-14. Worsted 9-11.
Is Super bulky yarn the same as chunky?
“Chunky” may be the least-regulated term used to describe yarn. It is generally understood to refer to a yarn lying somewhere in that gray range between Aran and super bulky, but it is often used simply as an adjective rather than as the name of a specific yarn weight.