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  1. Although the currently popular name is "Knooking" - KNITTING with a Crochet Hook has been practiced for a long time. Given its current popularity and that it does seem to draw folks who crochet but would like to try knitting, Amy suggested I post a message here to see if there was sufficient interest. We also discussed where it might be placed - Since it is NOT Crochet, rather really is knitting, So, is this a topic you think needs it own section, Knit with Crochet Hook(s) And where would you place it? If I ruled the universe, and clearly I do not, it would be part of the special Knitting Interest section, but feel free to disagree. Enjoy The Making Wheat
  2. Now for a word on preparing for the holidays if you're a crocheter or knitter... http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/12/hectic-holidays.html :lol
  3. Seriously, I'm the authority??? A word on people who think I'm much smarter about yarnwork than I am... :lol http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/11/seriously-im-authority.html
  4. It's been a rough week... http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/11/knitting-crocheting-and-snowpocalypse.html
  5. Giving the Helpful Hints a rest for a bit, but now for a word about peer pressure...not just for teenagers! :lol http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/10/peer-pressurenot-just-for-teenagers.html
  6. Thanks, everyone! I think all who offered have the pattern. These are meant for the Crochetville pattern book if they work for everyone else. Testers will get the crochet pattern and the knit pattern in case anyone else likes pointy sticks too. Experience: Beginner. If you can chain, hdc and decrease you're good. Time: I can make a pair in an evening. faster if my feet are really cold. Materials: less than 4 oz. worsted acrylic or two strands of sport weight (for bigger sizes) hook or needle size that gets you 4 stitches to the inch for women's medium, 3.5 for women's large--pattern can be sized for anybody from babies up Number of testers: At least three, and it would be good if somebody could post a picture since I can't.
  7. Updated the blog! Helpful Hint #19: Lifelines - not just for lace! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/09/helpful-hint-19-lifelinesnot-just-for.html Not sure how you'd do one for crochet...
  8. Helpful Hint #18: It's not a mystery novel...read the pattern through! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/09/helpful-hint-18-its-not-mystery.html
  9. I know...I'm late updating this, but yesterday was such a busy workday, that I had no energy to do ANYTHING last night... Helpful Hint #17: Wearables-go for complimentary over complex! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/09/helpful-hint-17-wearablesaim-for.html
  10. Now, for a word on crafting for others... http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/08/helpful-hint-15-presentsask-before.html :lol
  11. Now, a word about supplies... http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/08/helpful-hint-13-keep-your-supplies.html
  12. This talks about knitting, but the same concept applies to crocheting two items, too. http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/07/helpful-hint-11-when-knitting-twojust.html
  13. Helpful Hint #4 - Pack all the essentials you need for each WIP into each project bag: http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/06/helpful-hint-4-pack-all-essentials-you.html
  14. I always thought that you could only knit a Icord....but you can crochet one too !!
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