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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
Tense about tension!
Posted by: (IP Logged)
Date: February 02, 2008 11:44AM

I am having a problem with tension, i.e. lack of it. Do you all have a special way/trick to holding the yarn in your left hand? No matter how I loop it through my fingers, it always is too slack. Is there a best way to do it?

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  Tense about tension! 02/02/2008 11:44AM
  Re: Tense about tension! crochetmom 02/02/2008 01:03PM
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  Re: Tense about tension! crochetmom 02/02/2008 02:53PM
  Re: Tense about tension! 02/02/2008 04:50PM
  Re: Tense about tension! crochetmom 02/03/2008 09:29AM
  Re: Tense about tension! 02/03/2008 04:33PM
  Re: Tense about tension! Mother Hen 02/04/2008 04:01PM
  Re: Tense about tension! 02/05/2008 05:40AM
  Re: Tense about tension! Alex 02/05/2008 10:44PM

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