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« Reply #10 on: December 27, 2007 08:46:20 PM »

also...i know you both mentioned you crochet. (i know it isn't knitting) but i do teach a knitting class every tuesday night and i would love if some people just wanted to come and sit around and hang out with us. it is at hancocks in midwest city.(kinda far i know) but i think every knitter should know some crochet and vice versa. i couldn't ever understand it myself. I taught myself how to knit when i was 14 and it is my passion i want to do it for a living one day! hopefully i hear from you both soon

Hey...I have recently been thinking about learning a new craft...what's the diff between knitting and crocheting?  which one do you reccomend starting out with?  I live in South OKC, and would be willing to do maybe a once a month type meeting...I love to sew...have been sewing for about 2 months now... Smiley
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« Reply #11 on: January 23, 2008 08:01:42 AM »

I have a crochet and knit group that gets together twice a month in Moore. Most of us are crocheters but we do have a few knitters as well. You are welcome to join us. Send me a PM and I will give you the details.
Oh and my breakdown of knitting and crocheteing, both are a great craft.
Crochet - crochet hooks
Knitting - knitting needles, a pair
Crochet - faster, vert versitle, you can make just about and size, shape
Kniiting - slower, but it does use less yarn, looks neater because of the flat straight lines.

Really, I think it is just up to you, and I have heard both ways that people who learn to knit first, pick up on crochet really easily and the other way around.
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