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Topic 14 of 23: Yarnworks

Wed, May 17, 2000 (18:17) | Wolf (wolf)
now there is something about taking some yarn and turning it into something pretty and useful, isn't there?
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 Topic 14 of 23 [crafts]: Yarnworks
 Response 1 of 4: Wolf  (wolf) * Wed, May 17, 2000 (18:18) * 1 lines 
i crochet lots and lots of stuff. even learned how to handle the finer threads to make doilies. am working on a multi-colored daisy motif afghan these days.

 Topic 14 of 23 [crafts]: Yarnworks
 Response 2 of 4: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Wed, May 17, 2000 (18:48) * 1 lines 
I have knit just about everything it is possible to knit. Suits for myself, afghans, sweaters and mittens and socks in numbers I cannot even begin to imagine. I Perfer to crochet stuff I have invented and some have been really nice as place mats and seat cushion covers for baseball games. I do stuff like that because no one has ever taught me how to do anything other than double and single crochet, so I had to invent as I went. Not too hard if you have something someone else did and you can look at it carefully. Knowing how to knit also helps a lot.

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 Response 3 of 4: Crafty Wolfie  (wolf) * Tue, Feb 18, 2003 (19:27) * 3 lines 
the daisy motif has sat on the back burner awhile but, i've managed to make two baby blankets, an afghan for my daughter, an afghan for a friend who moved to colorado, and am putting together the strips of an afghan for me while working one for my son. needless to say, the cross stitch project that has taken a while is still gonna take a while!!

still don't know how to knit. anyone know a good way to teach a leftie to crochet?

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 Response 4 of 4: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sat, Mar  8, 2003 (15:42) * 1 lines 
look in the mirror. That is how I taught a Girl Scout group with two lefties.

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