Knooking Needles

So what IS knooking? In a nutshell, it’s making actual knit stitches using a specialized crochet hook It’s knit and purl stitches. Knitting with a hook = Knooking. It looks like a crochet hook but differs from a traditional crochet hook in that it has a small hole at one end of the hook. The hole is intended to accommodate a cord, which is threaded through the hole. The cord is a necessary and integral part of the Knooking process.

To purchase your knooking tools, see our range of Addi equipment. You can buy a Kit or needles individually.

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Knooking: Knitted Fabric with a hook and cord!

The end result is a fabric that is definitely knitted. The fabric you end up with has the look, feel, texture and drape of a weft knitted fabric. Structurally, the fabrics you create with this tool are knitted. For those who need a lot of help getting started with a new craft such as this, there are plenty of additional resources available.