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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
 
Re: Brand new to Crocheting
Posted by: Sally J (IP Logged)
Date: May 25, 2008 10:49PM

Stitch & B____ has a book out which I think is called The Happy Hooker, which seems to go into how to crochet pretty thoroughly. Probably a beginner should start with a worsted weight yarn and maybe an H hook, and make something simple, like a scarf for starters, although the book may have other, equally easy beginner projects. I too worry the cuticle and skin around my fingernails, and I regret to say that keeping busy with needlework hasn't cured the problem. As the weather gets warmer, though, I'll have fewer hangnails and irregularities to have to mess with. Good luck to you!



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  Brand new to Crocheting Elise 05/25/2008 10:38PM
  Re: Brand new to Crocheting Sally J 05/25/2008 10:49PM
  Re: Brand new to Crocheting Alex 05/26/2008 12:57AM
  Re: Brand new to Crocheting Jane R 05/28/2008 10:37PM
  Re: Brand new to Crocheting craftsman 05/28/2008 10:42PM


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