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So we have had a lot of fun with the crocheting and am looking forward to this task also.
I love the afghan and so far have only written about making blankets out of squares. It will be fun to actually make one. I also am the Thursday blogger on wwwkillerhobbies. My mother taught me to knit and crochet when I was just a little kid.
I prefer to crochet with thread — and I prefer the 30 weight. The smaller the thread the better I like my results. I consider myself an expert in the art of crochet. I have been offered jobs teaching both crochet and knitting. I love making Barbie clothes. My last project was a Barbie wedding dress. I also love making doilies both beaded and plain, 3-D and flat , table cloths, curtains, Christmas ornaments, I have also made bowls and cups from Crochet thread which are really nice.
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I have crocheted with yarn but not so much — i just really prefer the thread. Happy crocheting. Hot here in California today. I live in hot and humid Alabama. Good luck everybody. Hi, I taught myself to crochet a couple of years ago to relax and relieve stress. I have mainly completed small projects. I have completed one afghan for my daughter. It took me a year! I am crocheting much faster now. I have also completed two sweaters, one for my daughter and one for myself. I also like to loom knit, mostly on the round ones.
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They are great to make hats for gifts in the winter. I am really excited about this project because of the variety of stitches. To Cheryl I have started crocheting the first block. I crocheted about three rows and measured the length, it was about inches. I pulled it out and continued to do that going down a hook until I got pretty close. I am using a metal N I have not finished the block yet, so I am not sure of the exact size. Once I finish I will blog again. I hope this helps. I have been crochet since I was a little girl. My grandmother and great aunt took care of me often and needed an activity to keep me busy.
They turned to crocheting. I got proficient enough to make several granny square afgans before putting crocheting aside until I had my second child, my only daughter. At that point, a friend taught me how to crochet beads onto socks — my daughter had the most extensive beaded sock wardrobe ever! I started to crochet in earnest when my dear grandmother passed away. In retrospect, I realize it was a way to connect with her. I can read and follow a pattern, but I have to work at it.
I plan on making this afgan in a variety of colors as a way to use up some of my stash. I think I may edge each square in black and put a black border around the entire afgan.
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I will crochet mine together. I look forward to crocheting with you all! Hello, everyone. My mother taught me to crochet when I was 9, many, many years ago. She could just look at something and then make it. Not me.
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I need a pattern. Go Cecily! It will make for a great Xmas gift for someone in my family plus, it should be a good stash-busting project! I crocheted my first block today, and I look forward to experimenting with different textures. This looks like a great project to get my 8 year old daughter started crocheting. She has finally started asking how. I am sure hers will be in shades of pinks but I will be making mine in shades of light blue yarns for a baby afghan.
I have been crocheting since I was 13 and was taught by the neighborhood Grandma. We all learned Granny Squares back then and have taught myself everything else. I was never taught to read a pattern so that is the challenge for me. I think repeating it over and over will be a big help to me.
I have currently been working on baby afghans in ripple patterns as well as octopus and bunny stuffed animals and hats to go along with them. I have been crocheting off and on since my grandmother taught me when I was 5 or 6 years old. I am almost 60 this year. I would consider myself to be proficient in the skill; I am not a knitter.
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