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15 Best Crochet Kits for Beginners

Crochet kits are a fun and easy way for beginners to start learning how to crochet. These crochet starter kits have everything you need for your first project, including high-quality crochet hooks, easy-to-read patterns, and plenty of beautiful yarn.

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Kits for Crochet Beginners

Are you ready to learn how to crochet, but unsure of what you need to get started?

I get it! If you’ve never crocheted before, it can be overwhelming to choose the supplies and patterns you need.

That why you need this list of the very best beginner-freindly crochet kits. You’ll find all sorts of inspiring crochet projects in this collection, from simple dishcloths to colorful scarves and modern blankets.

Each of these crochet kits has everything you need to start crocheting – so you won’t have to worry about shopping for extra supplies or tools. Each kit also includes an easy-to-understand pattern constructed with simple stitch patterns and minimal shaping.

What to Look for in a Crochet Kit

A beginner crochet kit will include all the tools and materials you’ll need to complete a finished project – from the first stitch to the last.

At a minimum, a crochet starter kit will have:

  • An easy-to-follow pattern with clear instructions. Tutorial videos are a nice bonus!
  • High-quality yarn in sufficient quantity to finish the project
  • A crochet hook in the correct size.

Some kits may include extra items, like scissors, stitch counters, stitch markers, or a project tote bag.

pink crochet headband in progress with tapestry needle

Make Your Own Starter Kit

You can also DIY your own crochet kit, if you don’t mind a little extra shopping. You’ll need three basic things to get started: a crochet hook, some yarn, and a pattern.

Crochet hook: For beginners, I recommend learning with a mid-size aluminum crochet hook. I like an H/8 (5mm) size hook with a smooth metal tip and a comfortable ergonomic handle. This type of hook is easier and more comfortable to hold in your hand than thinner, all-metal versions.

Yarn: For your first project, you’ll want to choose a nice, smooth yarn in a light color. Make sure that your yarn that is the right size to work with your chosen hook. For beginners, I recommend learning with a worsted weight yarn (also called medium-weight or category 4 yarn). I like high-quality acrylic yarn like Lion Brand Basic Stitch or wool yarns like Swish Worsted or. If you’re not sure which yarn you’ll like, try a sampler pack like this one from WeCrochet.

I don’t recommend cotton yarn for your first project, since it’s so inelastic. I also don’t recommend super fuzzy or dark-colored yarns for your first project, since they make it hard to see your stitches.

Pattern: You can find lots of beginner crochet patterns right here on my website, sarahmaker.com. You can also search Ravelry.com for even more patterns.

My Favorite Crochet Kits

If you’d like to purchase a ready-made kit with all of the supplies assembled for you, here are some of my favorite kits.

Best Crochet Kits for Beginners

The best crochet kits for beginners who want to learn how to crochet.

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