The Danella tool is a wonderful contraption invented by Dane Ernst Thomsen. It looks a little like an egg beater and works a little like a manual sewing machine with no bobbin thread. You hold the foot firmly on the back of the foundation cloth (like punchneedle), turn the handle, and the needle moves up and down through the cloth, leaving perfect, uniform loops of wool in its wake. With a little practice, you will be plowing through hooking projects and tapping your creative energy. You can find detailed instructions on Danellas website: www.danella.org. Best used with a finer wool (Ryegarn Rug wool is great, needlepoint wool can be used in a pinch).
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