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When my daughter was born, I crocheted lots of baby items including baby blankets and booties and sweaters. Also, I have crocheted Barbie doll dresses; ornate flowers for decorative accessories, such as on bows and also a queen size bedspread.
What do you like to crochet or knit?
I am slowly knitting a baby blanket, which I will give to my sister as a baby shower gift for her daughter. I am hoping the baby and mom loves this blanket as it's made with love. This is my first knitted project of such a big scale. Mostly I have only knitted small items. So far, I've invested over a month knitting but I think the results will be worth it.
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I would be able to Crochet my way out of a paper bag if I had to, however I do enjoy knitting. I haven't knitted in a while, but I like knitting baby hats, blankets, dishcloths, scarfs, etc. Just simple stuff. I've done knitted pillow cases and things like that, but those are a lot of work.
I would love to be able to do this but I don't know where to even start.
I'm slowly learning how to crochet after looking at some blogs online. The things you can create with yarn and thread are really amazing, real works of love.
I wish that I knew how to do that. I would love to be able to knit and do a blanket. I think that they look very impressive.
I have never been much for a knitter. I love how products looks but mine never turns out very good.
My mom, grandmother and aunt crochet and knit and many times I have received gifts based on their loving handi-crafts.
I do know how to . Granted not the best at it but getting better.
I have never done this before but have seen it done. It looks like a wonderful craft to do. Maybe some day I will learn.
Never done it but it seems quite girly to me.
Never done it. Does not look like fun to me really.
Yes i crochet sometimes when i feel doing it . i make some coin wallet out of crochet, i learn it when i was still on grade school we have one subject that requires us to do some crochet project and i like it until now i still make some of it for fun and hobby time.
Never ever had the patience to learn how to do it. My mom is super good on those, and she really tried hard to teach me, but that was really abstract to me, so I quit. That doesn't mean that I don't appreciate crochet, in fact, after seeing that it takes good effort and time, now I appreciate it more. Really unbelievable, what some people can do. Wish I had more talent for it, but unfortunately that wasn't my thing.
I love knitting but it is more than 10 years now since the last time I did it. I am not sure if I have forgotten how to do it. I used to make socks and also knit any shape. I was around 12 years old back then. I will have to consider buying more materials and start knitting again because this activity never gets old.
Knitting would be my choice, for the reason that I haven't tried crochet yet but I've seen a lot of my friends doing this and it seems interesting and fun at the same time.
I'm not good at it at all - I've tried to learn and just got frustrated with myself every time! How did all of you learn? Did someone teach you, or did you watch online tutorials? Or perhaps some other way, entirely? I'm curious to hear your best tips about how to learn knitting or crochet. Which would you say is easier?