Posted by Barbara on 19th Dec 2012
This is a great product. I like to knit, but find it hard to do. With the knook I can actually get projects completed. It is easy to learn and use. I highly recommend this to everyone.
Posted by Sondra on 19th Dec 2012
The Knook is such a fun way to do your knitting projects. No dropped stitches anymore!Yeah!!! I have already started to make my grandchild an afghan. I am really enjoying the Knook! Try it, you'll like it!
Posted by R.S. Richett on 19th Dec 2012
I can't believe how easy I learned this. I am going to enjoy many hours of creating new things.
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Posted by Becky Jenkins on 19th Dec 2012
The product arrived in very good time. It is well made. I crochet and knit so I will have to practice this new technique before I feel comfortable using it, but it is fairly simple to catch on. Cant wait to be able to use this as easily as knitting and crocheting.
Posted by Laura Conklin on 19th Dec 2012
This was a great promotion by Leisure Arts to receive a free Knook and paying only shipping. I look forward to trying it out after the holidays and purchasing some patterns for its use. Thank you Leisure Arts for this and other fine craft products.
Posted by Melinda on 17th Dec 2012
A friend asked if I had heard of the knook and it was several months before we found the product. Since you released the beginner set about a year ago, I have purchsed several kits for friends, but have yet to try one for myself. Hobby Lobby has begun to sell kits in our town, but I have not seen the instruction/pattern books. Thanks so much for the give-a-way. What an unexpected bonus!
Posted by Joellen Watkins on 16th Dec 2012
I wasn't sure about the Knook. I'm a crocheter, but, have always tried to knit without success. Two needles just bumfuzzle me. Y'all got to believe me when I say that the Knook is teaching me knitting from a crocheter's perspective! I'm hardly an expert, but I am understanding the stitches better than before. I wish the hooks were metal, though. The wood seems to drag too much against the yarn. I hope one day soon larger knooks will come available for the chunkier yarns and finer knooks for sock yarns. All in all, I'm glad I got the chance to try this. Now all those nice knitted patterns are not going to be beyond my skills for much longer! Thank You!
Posted by Francy on 22nd Sep 2012
I have been playing with this for a week now. Started outlook loose but I'm getting much better at it and I really enjoy it. I knit and crochet. Always. Preferd knitting until now. Yes it's a bit slower. I don't really Care .I'm more interested that my project when finished looks good. I like the hooks and I wish they had more available. And an option for wood or metal. I actually like the wood better but if they had an addi type I would be purchasing both. Someone else said wood is not for everything and she is very correct. Knocking is easier on my hands especially the wood, and it stays on the cord nicely. I'm not happy withthe cords either. They pull against the hook and are starting to Frey. Please don't put down knocking as second class knitting. It gives the desired results easier just a bit slower and for me that's ok. And it works with knitting patterns so there's no shortage of those.oh I just LOVE Knooking! <3
Posted by Sue Paulsen on 19th Sep 2012
I know once I learn how to do a decent cast on I'll be able to learn this but the casting on is giving me a headache
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