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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
 
Re: determined but frustrated!
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: May 23, 2007 04:25PM

Jullie, " Just As I See It "

I think you are starting with thread that is too thin for you to begin with.
It is not impossible , but you seem to be having a hard time.

Look at some of these sites >> and get a larger hook and yarn and make some stitches that you can see better, until you become less tense. >>

It won't hurt to ask someone to give you a starting help.


Hold your fingers close to the Hook and close to the stitches just make.

1st row chain turning and Much, Much more !!
[www.crochet.org]


This site shows many stitches in video Save it for futur use.
[www.anniesattic.com]

Mother Hen <><
" Creating Is A God Thing "



Subject Written By Posted
  determined but frustrated! julieabird 05/23/2007 11:42AM
  Re: determined but frustrated! Mother Hen 05/23/2007 04:25PM
  Re: determined but frustrated! Alex 05/23/2007 04:45PM
  Re: determined but frustrated! julieabird 05/24/2007 04:05PM


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