These days reading glasses aren’t just for reading books, newspapers, or restaurant menus. If you’ve noticed your crochet stitches are getting harder and harder to see, then an extra pair of reading glasses to keep in your crochet bag may be just what the doctor ordered. 😉
I have received a complimentary pair of Readers.com glasses for review. All opinions are my own.
Readers for Crocheting and Knitting
Being able to see your stitches is imperative if you want to enjoy your crochet and/or knitting time. Squinting to see is one battle you do not need to fight. If you regularly wear reading glasses, you may have noticed how handy it is to keep one in your bag, one in the car, one on the night stand, one in the living room, etc.
After receiving my pair, I am pleasantly surprised at the quality of my Readers.com glasses. I ordered the Pike Place Blue Light Reader in black. The plastic frames are sturdy, they feel light when resting upon my nose, and the arms have spring hinges that help keep them from snapping. They have fully magnified lenses with an anti-reflective coating, and are also scratch resistant and blue light blocking.
I am happy to pass along the savings of 20% off sitewide at Readers.com with promo code HEARTHOOKHOME! This code can be used over and over, and when tested does include clearance glasses, so make sure you take a look there, too.
I tend to go for a more “studious” look, but there are some excellent and fun, bright color choices as well. If I ordered again, I think I’d go for the Sophie in purple or the Aubrey. How fun are these?!
I love the color change at the bottom of the Aubrey, and the combination of red and blue. So stylin’ and fancy! If these are your first pair of readers and you are unsure which strength you need, here is a handy tool that will help you decide!
If you are looking for an inexpensive, stylish way to see your stitches, use the coupon code HEARTHOOKHOME on Readers.com and when they come I’d love to see them! Make sure you share a photo with us in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community on Facebook.