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Thursday, January 28, 2010

A crochet day

Did you know anyone can crochet? As you can see someone cannot wait to get started on the task in hand, having already run off with the wool!
When I mentioned to my son in law that his wife was becoming a very expert hooker, he looked at me with a dubious expression. I also mentioned his young daughter was also showing talent.... at that point he was looking very concerned.

It was a little while before the penny dropped and he realised I was talking about crochet.


With a lot of concentration and practice, we have now mastered ch,dc,and tr as well as ss. Just left the girls practising granny squares.... quite apt really.


Then it was back to the painting.

5 comments:

Angelcat said...

I'm looking forward to trying my hand at the ages old art of hooking too :)

sandra wyman said...

Not sure about hooking, though Django shows great talent at finding balls of yarn/thread (I ball it up after dyeing - easier to keep from tangling that way), but i once had a cat who when no-one was looking, found a ball of wool and turned an entire room into a giant cats cradle! Never realised why it was called a ctas cradle before!

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119 said...

thanks................................................

Stitching with Schnauzer and Siamese said...

Sorry 119, I was unable to translate your previous comment into English, so was not sure what it said....and so decided to delete it. If you are able to translate into English or German that would be really good.Thank You
Best wishes
Maggie