January 22

Furls Lucet Fork ~ A Crochet Tool Review

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Ever wonder if there's an easy way to create i-cord? Making this cord with a crochet hook never intrigued me. It seemed like too much work. And then Furls went ahead and made a tool specifically for i-cords and now I want to add cord to everything! Check out this Furls Lucet Fork Review and see if it's a tool you should have in your crochet bag!

Furls Lucet Fork Crochet Tool

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Furls Lucet Fork Review

About Furls Lucet Fork

These tools have been thought to have been used in the Medieval times. Although the materials used to make the Lucet Fork, as well as the designs, was quite different from modern ones. Also known as a Lucet or Chain Fork, they're purpose is to create beautiful cords and braids.

Lucet Fork In Use by Crystalized Designs

Furls Lucet Fork has a slick designs. No really, the wood used is sanded to a very smooth finish, allowing yarn to glide easily through the guide hole and off the prongs. The design itself doesn't disappoint either. Just like all Furls products this tool is stunning, but is also built to easily create cord. The handle and thumb rest allow for continual use without any hand aches. 

Would I buy Furls Lucet Fork again?

One is really all you need to have on hand but if something were to happen to the one I currently own, yes, I most definitely would purchase another. And it would be from Furls, I haven't found a Lucet I like more than theirs. 

Lucet Fork


If you're like me and want every crochet tool you can get your hands on, or if you want an easy way to make cords and braids, you do need a Furls Lucet Fork!

Again, if you're looking to make a Furls purchase, head to the Furls store and get 15% off your order by using code:


Check out some of the Crystalized Designs Patterns that use a Furls Lucet Fork to create i-cord below:

Gingham Rustic Tissue Cover Crochet Pattern

Gingham Rustic Tissue Cover Crochet Pattern

Ho Ho Ho Tote Bag Crochet Pattern by Crystalized Designs

Ho Ho Ho Tote Bag Crochet Pattern

More coming soon!

This review is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Furls Crochet. All opinions are my own. I hope you found this Furls Streamline Crochet Hook Review helpful. Leave a comment below if you’ve used any Furls Crochet Hook before and let me know what you think!

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Lucet Fork Product Review by Crystalized Designs

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