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Synonyms for crochet

needlework done by interlocking looped stitches with a hooked needle


make a piece of needlework by interlocking and looping thread with a hooked needle

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Crocheters at all levels will find appealing A TO Z OF CROCHET; THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR THE BEGINNER TO ADVANCED CROCHETER (9781564779984, $18.
FREEFORM STYLE is for any knitter or crocheter seeking new projects exploring freeform knitting and crochet potentials.
Keen crocheter Mrs Edith West, of Fernside Crescent, Almondbury, has idle fingers as her wool supplies have diminished.
Joy was a talented crocheter and shared her work with many.
Beginners and advanced crocheters will relish A TO Z OF CROCHET: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR THE BEGINNER TO ADVANCED CROCHETER (9781564778567, $28.
Any knitter or crocheter who can read pattern instructions will appreciate the variety of this guide.
Murry" loved a good joke, always was able to make people laugh and smile and feel special, was a wonderful baker, gardener, knitter and crocheter.
It's an excellent book for any crocheter who would move to the next level--and for collections catering to them.
This collection isn't appropriate for library lending, but it's perfect for the on-the-go crocheter who wants just a handy project card to follow, not an entire book to tote.
She was an avid knitter, crocheter and a great cook and most of all she loved her children and grandchildren.
Jennifer was a poet, a rider of horses, a lover of dogs, a victor at games, a social networker, and a crocheter.
She was an avid quilter and crocheter and donated many quilts and blankets to at risk children.
95), providing not the usual 'how to crochet' guide, but a survey of insights and stories revolving around crocheter experiences.
Dorothy was a devoted daughter, wife, mother, grandmother and as a homemaker an excellent cook and baker and an accomplished seamstress, knitter and crocheter.
She was an avid crocheter and gave lessons in her home for many years.