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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Hey Knitters

For the knitters among us who want to try their hand at crochet, here's a very basic beginning. Everything in crochet is started with a chain stitch, so I found this video in case you want to give it a try. I found several actually; but many don't show and explain as well as I believe this one does.

Let me know if you want to give this a try. Next time I'll post the next step in crocheting which is the single crochet. The single crochet can be helpful to make an edge on anything you knit, regardless if you're knitting for yourself or for the homeless.



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2 comments:

  1. I usually do crocheting when I was in high school. But I have just a a basic knowledge about it. and perhaps I maybe forgot on how to I do it. Thanks for posting this. This is helpful.

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  2. I also have some crochet videos now that folks might like to view if they are interested in learning to crochet. I know I've used videos done by others which have been very helpful too. Mine are at YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/CrochetCabana
    There are two series on crochet basics.

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