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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
Re: knit vs crochet question
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: December 17, 2007 08:37PM

Well, " Just as I see it "

You will be using both hands , and each will do a different action with either craft.
Like playing the piano or any other instrument.

I do both and find Crochet easier to keep track of stitches , BUT > Knitting does make some beautiful patterns that can't be had with Crochet.

Now that I have you wondering > Why not learn both , you can't go wrong.

Then make your own decision as to which is easier !

Best to you as you re-start .

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

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  knit vs crochet question Meow 12/17/2007 03:19PM
  Re: knit vs crochet question Mother Hen 12/17/2007 08:37PM
  Re: knit vs crochet question Alex 12/18/2007 04:43PM

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