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Here are the top ten articles for the Crochet Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How to Make Hairpin Lace
Hairpin lace crochet looks intricate and difficult but it's not. Here's a step by step tutorial on how to make a hairpin lace strip and join it to other hairpin strips to make beautiful projects.
2. Vintage Crochet Patterns
Vintage crochet patterns, crochet abbreviations, crochet rag rugs
3. About Hairpin Lace Crochet
Hairpin Lace, also known as Hairpin Crochet and Fork Work, waxes and wanes in popularity as fashions come and go. Here's some background on this technique and how you can use it to make your own elegant creations.
4. Easy Crocheted Hats and Scarves Book Review
Add a touch of color and texture to your fall and winter wardrobe with these crocheted hats and scarves that are fun to wear or make as gifts.
5. Crochet Bear Artist, Berta Hesen-Minten
This is the second of a two part interview with Berta Hesen-Minten. Berta talks about making Crochet Thread Bears, Crochet in the Nethlands and also a very interesting form of Crochet called Oya which originated from Turkey.
6. Vintage Crochet by Susan Cropper
A review of the new book, Vintage Crochet, by Susan Cropper.
7. Shamrock Hot Pad
You donít have to be Irish or celebrate St. Patrickís Day to enjoy making this cute Shamrock Hot Pad (or pot holder). Itís a perfect design for spring.
8. How to Properly Store and Care for Crochet Items
Whether you plan to wear, display, or put away your crochet, properly storing and caring for a finished project will keep it in good condition and beautiful for years to come.
9. Tips for Felting Crochet
This is the third in a series of three articles about the technique of 'felting'. in this article we look at hints and tips for felting crochet.
10. How to Reuse and Recycle Yarn
Unraveling a knit or crochet item and reusing or recycling the yarn is an old and common practice. Here's why you might want to do it and how to do it.
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