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Re: Knit or Crochet? I'm so confused:)hehe
Posted by: clover04750 (IP Logged)
Date: December 08, 2008 05:23PM

Personally, I think knitting is a little easier and looks better. From what I see, most people start with a set of size 11 needles, but I'm pretty partial to the 9's for a scarf. Multi-colored tastles would be easy to add too.

Here's a video on a basic knit stitch:

If you can do a scarf and count your rows, you could pull together a decent matching purse to go with it.

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  Knit or Crochet? I'm so confused:)hehe KawiKid999 12/06/2008 12:47PM
  Re: Knit or Crochet? I'm so confused:)hehe Alex 12/06/2008 03:06PM
  Re: Knit or Crochet? I'm so confused:)hehe KawiKid999 12/07/2008 11:32AM
  Re: Knit or Crochet? I'm so confused:)hehe clover04750 12/08/2008 05:23PM

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