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Colletta, great responses. I learned how to crochet in the 4th grade. I can still make stuff... just haven't as of late. One of my friends taught me to knit. I didn't stick with it and don't remember how anymore. I love watching people create stuff like that. Someday I'll pick it up again.
my great aunt tried to teach me to do crochet but i could not be patient enough to learn ... i was & still am antsy. ha. ha!! ( :have a good week.
For some great knitting instructional videos, I recommend this site: www.knittinghelp.com. I will be happy to answer any questions you have as well.
How were you able to get over being painfully shy? I am, too, and it causes a lot of problems. I would love to know how to get over it.My m-i-l tried to teach me to knit while I was expecting our first baby nearly 30 years ago. Not until the late 1990s/early 2000s did I find a person that was able to teach me to knit successfully. I enjoy it, but crochet is easiest and fastest for me.I enjoyed your post. Have a great week!
enjoy your blog, have fun
My daughter learned to crochet by watching YouTube tutorials. I bet they have some good ones on knitting too. I learn so much easier by watching someone do something.
My mother in-law tried to teach me crochet but I'm left handed and that made it difficult to achieve. Now I just cross stitch. :)
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