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Old 04-06-2012, 10:15 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by debminerva View Post
No, I'm a English knitter. My crochet teacher did say that Continental knitters have an easier time with crochet because the movements are similar. After the crochet class, I took another class on continental knitting. When I'm doing projects with a lot of knit stitch, I try to practice my continental skills.
What is the difference between a continental & an english knitter? I learned how to knit in jr. high, the basics anyway and have pretty much learned knitting and crocheting on my own. I am not familiar with those terms. I am curious.
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