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Old 02-07-2006, 03:09 PM   #1
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Crocheting Websites?
I have been knitting for a year and LOVE it but now I want to learn to crochet.

Are there any crocheting websites as great as KH?
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Old 02-07-2006, 03:12 PM   #2
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well there is www.crochethelp.com. Not sure that it is terribly helpful in crocheting but it is one of my favorite sites to hang out on. :rofling:








why oh why can't i stop myself from doing that bit of silliness?
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Old 02-07-2006, 03:16 PM   #3
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You might find something here. I did a quick search on Google and got a few links. Give it a try.

Here's a few I found. I doubt there as good as this one though.
http://www.crochetville.org/forum/archive/index.php/
Scroll down to see the ones for crochet.
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php#20


I know how to crochet, but prefer knitting.
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Old 02-07-2006, 03:29 PM   #4
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brendajos, you are just plain mean. Shame, shame on you!! .

Here I was all excited that there might actually be something comparable. :crying:
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:rofling: :rofling:

i can't help it! it makes me giggle!
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Ha ha! I didn't realize Sheldon had set up that name to mimick this site! I bought that name thinking maybe one day I'll make a crochet site.
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In the mean time 1to1, you can check out www.stitchguide.com (hmmm, looks like they've been bought by Annie's Attic. Go the the "stitching help" tab and choose crochet.)
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Originally Posted by brendajos
well there is www.crochethelp.com. Not sure that it is terribly helpful in crocheting but it is one of my favorite sites to hang out on. :rofling:
hahaha...I've been looking for a good site too--my mom crochet's a little and enjoys it but she isn't very good...I want to find a good visual way (other than books) for her to learn some new stitches so she'll feel better about the work she does. She says everything that she does looks the same.
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In the mean time 1to1, you can check out www.stitchguide.com (hmmm, looks like they've been bought by Annie's Attic. Go the the "stitching help" tab and choose crochet.)
Annies Attic is probably the best video guide for crochet -- maybe the only one. As for forums, Crochetville.org is the best.
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Originally Posted by brendajos
well there is www.crochethelp.com. Not sure that it is terribly helpful in crocheting but it is one of my favorite sites to hang out on. :rofling:








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