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by Laura (manhattan_angel)
at March 21st, 2006 (01:21 am)

hey everyone! I started crocheting a long time ago but I only got as far as crocheting a ball of yarn which in the end look like a really pretty rope, now im trying to improve on my skills (or lack of). I got a book today but I think its just to confusing or just doesnt help all that much. I made my first row with success but now im stuck and dont know how to go from there onto making the next row. I thought you would be doing the same thing but I'm not sure. Any suggestions (since its hard giving directions over the net....any good websites I could visit?)

Thanks a bunch!

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Posted by: L(aura) Cushing (charisma)
Posted at: March 21st, 2006 06:46 am (UTC)

What book are you using? I learned my basic stitches from Crocheting for Dummies - it's a good book with a lot of really easy to understand instructions, and good pictures that show you just where you need to insert the hook and everything.

About.com has a good guide to learning to crochet online, including some actual photos of the steps - check it out here:

http://crochet.about.com/library/blbeginners.htm

Posted by: . (kimothy)
Posted at: March 21st, 2006 07:47 am (UTC)
Granny

I so completely agree with Crocheting for Dummies!! I learned using that book... and I still refer to it occasionally. It's got to be the best printed resource out there. Clear pictures, redone in reverse for lefties. Not that I need that, but it's nice that they included leftie stuff. :)

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