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    Crochet tips and advices in unique articles about crocheting. Locate free crochet patterns, tutorials, stitch types, illustrated instructions that interest you

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    What you need to know about yarn, tools and basic stitches
    One of the pleasures of crocheting and knitting is working with beautiful yarn colors and textures. All yarn patterns require specific types of yarn, some mention a specific brand of yarn. There are five basic types of yarn
    25-May-2005 - Details

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    Mathematicians crochet chaos
    Mathematicians have made a crochet model of chaos - and are challenging anyone else to repeat the effort
    20-Feb-2005 - Details

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    The Foundation Chain
    If you haven't made your slip knot, that's the first thing you need to do, so go back to The Slip Knot and learn how. Then grab that hook and I'll show you the two basic methods of holding the hook which are used by most crocheters. One is the pencil hold and the other is the knife hold
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Learn To Crochet
    Click on each link below, to learn the very basics for someone who has never crocheted before. You'll find step-by-step photo how-to's to make it easier for you to teach yourself (I taught myself to crochet from photos in a book, many years ago, so I know you can do it too). Further down the page are links to free patterns that are great projects to learn on.
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Crocheting With Beads
    Adding beads to your crochet projects can produce fascinating results. Beads can be crocheted into each stitch as you go along, or sewn on later.Method 1: To crochet a bead into each stitch as you go along, start by deciding how many beads you will need for the patterning that you are visualizing and string the beads on to the thread or yarn before you begin.
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Crochet Message Board
    crochetFind crochet patterns, get crochet help or meet fellow crocheters!You don't have to be registered to post a message or reply.
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Step by step FILET CROCHET tutorial for crocheters
    crochetThis is a FILET dedicated site, and this tutorial is for the CROCHETERS who wish to "UPGRADE" their skills to filet.You should know how to work chain, single crochet and double crochet. If you know these basics, then you are ready to start learning filet crochet! If you don't - please refer to the general crochet sites, purchase books on crochet how-to or attend the crochet classes
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Crochet Abbreviations and Stitch Instructions
    Instead of crocheting in the entire stitch which is both loops on the top of the stitch... you only catch or go through one of the loops when you do each stitch.The back loop (bl) is the loop farthest from you
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Crochet Lessons for Right-Handers
    Start with a loop on the hook. Hook yarn and pull through. (One chain completed.) Insert hook into foundation chain or stitch, yarn over. Draw yarn through both the chain (or stitch) and the loop on the hook. (One slip stitch completed.)
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Crochet Lessons for Left-Handers
    The Crochet Guild of America welcomes you to the wonderful world of crochet. We hope that these lessons will get you started, and that you will soon be as hooked on crochet as we are!
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    All About HOOKS
    Buying hooks can be confusing. Did you know that there are dozens of different kinds of hooks? I'm going to take some time to show you a few. I'm sure I will just touch the surface of this subject, but at least it will be a start
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Spiral Crochet
    Here is an interesting technique that can Help you add alittle pizzazz to any project. Let’s get started, you will needany size crochet hook, 3 different colors of yarn, I usedworsted weight, label the yarns A, B, & C.
    21-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Crochet Tips & Techniques
    Use a knitting needle measuring guide to determine the size of unmarked crochet hooks. Wash your crochet hooks every so often in dishwashing detergent. This eliminates the built-up oils from your hands, making the hooks slide through the yarn easier
    05-Aug-2005 - Details

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    Crochet Tips 'n Tricks
    Do you have a helpful hint or handy trick that will make any aspect of crocheting easier? Share it! Post ideas on scrap yarn usages, stitch markers, starching, hook organization, color changing, maintaining your sanity while following a difficult pattern, etc. There is most probably someone out there that will benefit from your help. Need ideas yourself? Read others' comments--we all live and learn!
    05-May-2005 - Details

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    Crochet hooks more people into the hobby
    The number of knitters and crocheters in the United States has swelled to more than 45 million, according to the Craft Yarn Council of America. We are seeing an especially rapid growth in crochet, which is certainly not just about granny squares anymore
    11-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Knit or crochet your own Martha poncho
    Coming soon to a knitting klatsch near you: a pattern for Martha Stewart's infamous prison-break poncho.
    Lion Brand Yarn is introducing a free "Welcome Home" poncho pattern, satisfying crocheters and knitters who took one look at the domestic diva's garment and were hooked
    20-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Crocheted Spats
    The vintage pattern for crocheted spats, of course leg warmers are back in style and this can be easily adapted for that
    23-Mar-2005 - Details

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    How To Crochet A Basic Oval Shape
    Want to crochet oval placemats? Or how about an oval rug? See how, with the basic oval shape instructions
    01-Apr-2005 - Details

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    Fashionable Crochet Styling
    Top-to-toe white with crochet trim is one of Chanel design head Karl Lagerfeld's strongest fashion statements for the season. Here in Jamaica, designer Elaine Ellington applauds this thrust, but is quick to add that her stylish clients
    05-Apr-2005 - Details

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    Crocheting With Chinchilla
    The key to working with textured fibers is to have great lighting, a large hook, and a little patience. To get some practice in is a must, and for that I'd recommend using a textured fiber to trim a project for at least one row. Or you can crochet up a hair scrunchie
    18-Apr-2005 - Details

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