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Back End Hook Pull Tutorial

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Lisa Congdon

Do you hate how your hook keeps getting snagged? Do you hate how you always have redo your stitch?

Well, I can help with this little technique, it is a life saver.

This technique is perfect for any stitch. You can use any yarn of your choice. The secret 🤫 is how you turn hook, when going into the stitch. It’s almost like you’re a magician or a wizard with your trusty wand.

One night, I was working on a project for an order and wasn’t paying attention, went into my stitch the wrong way. I literally thought I completely did something wrong. My Husband looks at me and asked, “What’s the matter?”

I told him, “I think I just did something wrong.”

He was like, “what do you mean?”

I said, “The way I had my hook turned and did my stitch.” So… I did it again the same way as before and was a amazed. I didn’t do anything wrong, I created something new.

Now, I want to share it with y’all. It actually saves me time and no more having to redo three to four stitches at a time. All, because my hook snags onto the previous stitch or the yarn splits. It’s a true life saver, plus I get to do magic tricks while I am working away.

One thing to also know is …. It’s perfect for any stitch you’re working with.

Now Let’s Begin ….


Hook — Any size you enjoy (I like my Furls Hooks)

Yarn — Any Type you enjoy …. There is no limit. Simply pick through these below 👇🏻

Step 1: Instead of having your hook facing you, turn it the opposite way from you!!

Step 2: Yarn Over, insert hook into indicated stitch, before Yarn Over: twirl your hook back to face you, Yarn Over, pull up a loop and complete your stitch.

Click to watch how I perform this tutorial.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post.

I hope you enjoyed this technique. XOXOXO

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