Oldest and youngest in a school of five, Hook Yarn and Sisters, Glenna and Andrea, spawned their crochet business despite 18 years and 238 miles between them! Hatched and raised in a Western Colorado town where two rivers meet, both women were caught--hook, line and sinker--on crochet. Color, texture, and a little swimming upstream help create each hand-u-factored hat. From small fry to adults, everyone can reel one in that suits their scales.
When they aren't crocheting, you can catch them at the local yarn shop up to their gills in yarn or sitting around looking at shiny objects. Neither considers fishing a past-time but enjoy the similarities between the two hooks. They both agree a big part of the fun are the belly laughs that occur when coming up with fishing terms to name their hats.