Spreading the Joy of Crochet


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Earlier today a co-worker had asked me to show her how to make baby hats.  As my crochet buddies know, it all begins with a circle.  So I was able to show her how to make the circle and how to increase.  Then we discussed crochet terminology and how to read a beginner's hat pattern.

Then, this evening I had a blast hanging out with C showing her how to make crocheted facial scrubbies.  We also practiced reading through dish cloth patterns.  I had so much fun and look forward to the next time.  I love crochet!  And, I love it when other people love it too.  :-)



p.s.  I finally started OT on my hand last week!  Yay!  And I have received an abundance of crochet orders.  Can't wait to fill you in when I'm able to catch my breath.  :-)

Happy Crafting,

7 comments:

  1. Glad to hear your hand will get worked on! It is fun sharing crochet with a friend, isn't it?

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  2. I LOVE that you are passing along crochet to a friend! And she already looks like a pro in that photo. That's like a gift that keeps on giving!

    Glad you are starting therapy on your hand too. Whenever my wrists start acting up, I realize how valuable they are. Gotta baby 'em sometimes.

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  3. It is so fun to share your love of crochet or knitting with others and just have a wonderful time with them. Keep up with your therapy so that you can get back to full speed. :)

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  4. It must be fun to teach a friend to crochet. My mom attempted to teach me and I have too many problems with tension. I can knit ok. Someday I will try it again since it is something I would love to be able to do in retirement!

    Yay for OT! I hope you are healing up well!

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  5. That way of holding the hook looks really weird to me. You should take a look at mine. lol
    Congrats on your new subject as a teacher and new orders!

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  6. Teach me please.....I'm kidding, I have enough hobbies to last me a lifetime.

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  7. Me too! I love the love of crochet! Crafts in general, really.

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