For this pattern you can use any hook a bigger hook means larger storage and faster work.
1. Tie a slip knot and chain about six stitches. This makes the first hanging loop, so if you'd like the loop larger or smaller, chain more or fewer stitches. Slip stitch into the first stitch in the chain, forming the first hanging loop. Ch any number you'd like, more chs mean bigger storage, when you have the amount of chs you want ch another six and sl st in the 6th ch to from the second hanging loop.
2. Ch 4, skip 2 sts and dc into the third ch, repeat to end, turn.
3. Sl st in to next ch 4 space, Ch 4, dc in to next ch 4 space, *ch 2 and dc in next ch 4 space* repeat whats in the starts to end. turn
4. Repeat row 3 until you are down to a single loop, turn the work and sl st into this final ring, ch 6 and sl st in the 6th st to make the last hanging loop. Tie off and sew in the ends. All Done Enjoy