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PaigeMarieSara

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  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite projects
    afghans, granny squares, large & small, amigurumi

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  1. I do both. I love to sit on the couch with my coffee, and I will do that if I'm crocheting in the morning. If it's over 2 hours though I move to my dresser. I can stand for hours and really don't mind it at all. I usually do that in the evenings, unless I've spent a lot of time on my feet all day then I'll sit. My husband has suggested I get a drafting table to stand at because I don't have much room on my dresser. I may end up doing that. If I'm making a large afghan then I definitely stand at the kitchen counter. I have a hard time sitting if I have something huge to work on.
  2. There's no right or wrong answer to this question, I don't care what anybody thinks. If a judge at the fair only allows knotted items to win because she/he missed the knots, then I'd say those knots are hidden enough to not make a difference. If I'm crocheting a tight stitch I'll weave, but if it's a loose stitch, I'll often tie a knot and put a tiny pinch of glue to hold that knot from ever coming apart. I've not had any issues. Far as using glue after weaving in ends, I will use that on occasion not because I'm afraid the ends will come out and unravel my piece, rather because the very
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