Mar 9, 2020

Lighthouse Inspired Crochet Hook

Welcome to the Coastal Craft Blog Hop! This month my blog friends and I are sharing some coastal themed crafts. As a navy wife, I love coastal (and nautical) crafts and decor. For this blog hop, I decided to create a lighthouse inspired crochet hook.

I found a small amount of white Sculpey Polymer Clay in my stash of clay. I gathered a few clay sculpting tools and a size J crochet hook

I used the white clay to shape the main body of the hook. Then I found some blue and red to create the top of the lighthouse where the light is. I'm going to paint it...

I painted on some red stripes. I made the circle in the middle look like a lifesaver. 

I added windows and a yellow light... 

After the pain dried, I glazed it with Sculpey Satin Glaze and let it drive overnight.

Ta-da! Now, the hook is ready to use for my next crochet project!

I'm currently working on another Paintbrush and Palette Scarf

Thanks for checking out my crafty coastal creation! 
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  1. That is such a fun idea and perfect for a gift. Pinned to my clay board and my crochet board.

  2. That is so cute! Pinned.

  3. I'm a huge fan of light houses - such a cute upcycle and thanks for sharing

    1. Thanks so much! I like lighthouses, too.

  4. This is amazing, T'onna! A light house crochet hook? Oh my! You keep surprising me!

  5. What a fun crochet hook and such a creative idea!

  6. I can't resist all things lighthouse. This caught my eye and I had to leave a comment. So cute!!!

  7. I really love this! Since we are all stuck at home for the next few weeks, I really need to get out my clay and old crochet hooks!

  8. Great fun, I would never have thought of customising a crochet hook.

  9. wow, so adorable! thanks so much for sharing this and all your amazing projects on craft schooling Sunday!

  10. This is such a cute crochet hook! I honestly never thought of making my own, but now I'm inspired.