Crochet Hooks

Sometimes we're making things, some of which you can buy here. We're aware that price sensitivity and value perception varies from person to person so all items are available on a pay what you like basis. You can read more about how and why at the bottom of the page.

Crochet Hooks.

Crochet Hooks

Tree to sea to sand to knife to yarn. 
Hand-carved crochet hooks from driftwood found on beaches between North Norwegian islands and the Portuguese Atlantic Coast.
Each has its own look and feel. Natural oil from your hands and the yarn will treat the hooks as they are used.

Type the size of the hook you'd like in the 'Add Note' section of the payment process.
Hooks are all unique, custom made according to the size you require, so will differ slightly to the hooks shown here.


The last remaining of Angus's editions of 5.
6x6 colour slides scanned and printed at high resolution on Ilford Gallerie Gold Fibre Silk paper.
8x10 prints.

Angus Fulton



Angus Fulton



Angus Fulton


Angus Fulton


Angus Fulton




Printed on both sides on recycled 250g paper.

Angus Fulton - Gobelin


Angus Fulton - Three Weeks Time

Three Weeks Time.

Order here.

Silly strings.

Bags made from washed-up plastic and fishing net found on beaches, crocheted together with recycled jersey yarn. Great for stuffing with stuff... clothes, wool, vegetables, re-used plastic bags!

Bags are custom made, email us to discuss your colour / shape / size preferences.

Pay what you like?

Payment can be made via the Paypal link below which enables you to set you're own price.
How to pay using the Paypal link:

Open the link:
Set the price you'd like to pay, postage included.
On the following page, choose the option to 'Add Note' and write your name and address, plus any relevant product details such as name or size.
Confirm payment.

We'll then send you an email confirming your order and details.

You can get in touch at if you have any questions, want to see more pictures, or if you'd like to discuss a custom design.

The pay what you like concept is based upon mutual generosity and allows things to be available to everyone, regardless of how much cash they have.

We know through experience that when it comes to setting the price they'd like to pay, people can feel a little awkward. There's not much we can do about that other than say, there is really nothing to feel awkward about. Pay what you like.