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Susan Bates 5-1/2-Inch Silvalume Aluminum Crochet Hook, 4.5mm, R

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SUSAN BATES-Silvalume Crochet Hooks. These hooks have the broadest size range within the Susan Bates family of hooks. Made of lightweight aluminum; each Silvalume hook undergoes a special anodizing process; which etches away all surface impurities. In addition; each hook is heat treated for strength and durability and polished for a velvety smooth finish. Each size is color coded so you can find the size you need at a glance. Our famous in line head helps reduce wrist motion for fatigue free crocheting and helps you maintain a more consistent gauge. This package contains one 5-1/2in hook. Available in a variety of sizes: each sold separately. Imported.


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Susan Bates 5-1/2-Inch Silvalume Aluminum Crochet Hook, 4.5mm, R

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