Length: 6 1/2"
Made in the U.S.A.
Osage Orange Wood: At one time, a Native American hunter would gladly trade a horse and blanket for a bow made of Osage Orange. The reputation of such bows spread widely from the land of their makers-the Osage Tribe of Arkansas and Missouri. Bows of this hard, durable wood were found by explorers in use as far north as Montana. The wood carries the name bois d'arc, French for, "the wood of the bow."
Hand-turned painted and finished
All hooks are handcrafted, so there are natural variations in wood and design.
The ergonomic shape of the hooks is easier on the hands and wrists than the typically machined hook. These hooks are "form and function," but they are also "heart and soul."
Ergonomic: If you are feeling discomfort crocheting with a straight hook, try a beautiful ergonomic hook.
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