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Re: Skill Levels
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: April 03, 2009 10:39AM

Are you asking about information on skill levels such as beginner, intermediate, and advanced? Or are you asking for instructions on how to begin to crochet?

If the former, different designers and groups may have different requirements. I do not find such designations very helpful -- I prefer to review the pattern to see if I know how to do the stitches called for, as well as decreasing/increasing. Even if there are one or two things that would be new to me, I consider it a learning experience.

If you are asking about the latter, if looking at the second site that Jane R. suggested doesn't help you, try googling for crochet instructions. You could also try searching on YouTube for videos people may have put up. When beginning a craft, it sometimes takes reading/watching a couple of different approaches to get the idea.



Subject Written By Posted
  Skill Levels abrown 04/02/2009 07:34PM
  Re: Skill Levels Jane R 04/03/2009 01:07AM
  Re: Skill Levels KT 04/03/2009 10:39AM
  Re: Skill Levels abrown 04/05/2009 07:10PM
  Re: Skill Levels Jane R 04/06/2009 12:01AM
  Re: Skill Levels Alex 04/06/2009 10:21AM
  Re: Skill Levels KT 04/06/2009 01:10PM
  Re: Skill Levels Alex 04/07/2009 08:23PM


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