Crochet Blocking Pins – My Review & Easy Guide – Best of & Tips

Blocking crochet projects pays off. Neat edges and your stitches shine.

I reviewed the best blocking pins for crocheters.

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My Quick Recommendations

These pins keep everything in place on blocking mats.

(Aka knitting blocking pins.) 

I reviewed and updated this post on July 13, 2022.

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Knitter’s Pride Knit Blockers

Knitter's Pride Knit Blockers & Pin Kit Check Price On Amazon

A rectangle with pins to keep items secured. 

  • Includes 12 blockers with eight pins, eight blockers with four pins
  • Tough plastic and stainless steel

Pros

  • Rust-proof 
  • Maintain the correct tension in your project
  • Makes blocking quicker
  • Covers more area than traditional t-pins.
  • Define the shaping and angles and pull out points

Cons

  • For larger projects, you need over one box
  • More expensive than T-Pins

Clover Fork Blocking Pins

Clover Fork Blocking pin available at We Crochet

These rust-resistant U shaped pins grip your pieces when blocking. They’re thinner than T-Pins so good for delicate yarns.

The grip of the fork pin is bent for easy handling. Packaged in a sturdy plastic case with a slide-out drawer. 40 pins per package.

Knit IQ Stainless Steel T-Pins

Knit IQ Stainless Steel T-Pins Check Price On Amazon

1.5″ long with a sharp point. Ideal for blocking mats.

They’re quality stainless steel. Designed for longevity and durability.

Pros

  • Strong and sturdy
  • 150 included
  • Rust-proof
  • Cute designs for the storage tin

Cons

  • Wipe the pins before use

Jimmy Beans Wool Knocker Blockers Knit Blockers

Jimmy Beans Knit Blockers

These maintain even tension across the blocking pins. Excellent for blocking straight edges on shawls, scarves, and sweaters.

Each is durable plastic fitted with rust-resistant stainless steel pins. The Knit Blockers kit contains two sizes – eight or four pins.

Contains

  • 12 Blockers with eight pins
  • 8 Blockers with four pins

Pros

  • Less chance of pricking yourself
  • $1 from every purchase supports Knitted Knockers

Cons

  • Only pinks and purples

What Size T Pins For Blocking Crochet?

For large projects like shawls, sweaters, garments, and afghans, use 1.5″ T Pins. They keep the work in place.

Using push or sewing pins for small items? Ensure they’re rust-proof. 

Blocking with pins gives an excellent finish on your crochet pieces.

Do you have a favorite style? Drop a note below in the comments.

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Author: Jodie Morgan is a passionate crocheter and blogger with 17+ years of experience currently living in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Taught by her mother, she fell in love with crocheting after her first child was born. When she’s not crocheting, you’ll find her enjoying a cup of coffee with cream, or sharing helpful resources and tips with the online crochet community. Please say hello, or see what she's making on socials.

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