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Only 12 Hours Left To Enter The Celebration Give-Away….

Good Morning Friends and Fellow Crocheters!  Don’t miss out on your chance to win a wonderful crochet package to celebrate my first 5000 views on Beatrice Ryan Designs…  All you need to do is leave your answer to the following question in the comment section and you will be entered to win a Beautiful Wooden Crochet Hook and 3 Balls of Fun Yarn!!!


What Is Your Favorite Size Crochet Hook????  Post your answer to enter!!!!



The Fabulous Give-Away!!!


I have several new projects to share…   I am finishing up a new bag and 2 new hats…. Stay tuned tomorrow for the Give-Away Winner and  the latest projects!


So here is to Crochet Friends, Give-Aways and New Projects.




  1. My favorite size hook is a 4mm. And btw congrats on 5k views 🙂

  2. I have been using the G/4.25 for my hats. Congratulations on 5k views and I love your page!

  3. I love my I hook!!! 🙂 Thanks for a great giveaway!

  4. I shared this on my Facebook page too! 🙂

  5. I like my “I”hook…

  6. Congrats! I really like working with 5.5mm hooks lately 🙂

  7. my go to hook size seems to be a 5.5.

  8. I love my I hook.

  9. favorite hook would be a 6.0

  10. I love size 4.0 hook and and hook for lace making. (like 1.0mm) 😉

  11. I love my I hook.

  12. Seems I’ve often used my G hook for a lot of standard pieces, but I’ve been learning to use light weight yarn lately so am beginning to use E and below now, including size 4 and 00. Most of my hooks are over 55 yrs old steel hooks and the small ones are marked differently that today’s small xsizes. No MM on any of them, but they do have Made in USA engraved on them, and some have 10 cents and 25 cents engraved on them too! A friend gifted me her mothers a few years ago, and they’re all in perfect condition so I was honored to receive them!

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