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crochet

1. Architect another name for crocket
2. Zoology a hooklike structure of insect larvae that aids locomotion
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And there are all sorts of individuals who have pitched in: knitters and crocheters all over the island clacking away for a good cause.
CLINTON -- A large donation of warm hats is heading to cancer patients, thanks to knitters and crocheters based at the United Church of Clinton.
In 2012 the Secret Outside Crocheters and Knitters (SOCK) weaved their woolly magic along the promenade in Newcastle, Co Down.
99) is packed with crochet ideas for a baby, and are directed to beginning crocheters who want to complete successful projects for baby boys and girls.
And Cassandra wants local knitters and crocheters to join her.
Neubad offers a convenient space for all the facets of their micro business: a wet room for dyeing (formerly a shower), a corner studio to showcase their products (bright balls of wool and wooden tools for knitters and crocheters, as well as vibrant readymade arm warmers and scarves), and a social space in the form of the bistro, where they host knitting and crochet workshops.
All these items had been made by a group of lady crocheters from The Happy Hookers.
More than 18,000 knitters, crocheters, cooks and jewellery makers have signed up to the Hobzy site, where people can post pictures of their work for other members to review.
Three years later, when Etsy had made more than two million sales, came the launch of a similar site specifically for the UK, Folksy, and another in the US, ArtFire, while Ravelry was launched to cater specifically to the global market of knitters, crocheters and spinners, acting as a social networking site where members could share projects and patterns.
Crocheters an d knitters are working their socks off to keep up with demand, selling their distinctive designs for PS2 each ahead of Remembrance Sunday on November 11.
Threadbanger is another network for people who make their own fashion, while Ravelry is a social network for knitters and crocheters.
The Special Olympics Scarf Project invites knitters and crocheters to choose any of the 31 Special Olympic Programs to support by donating their knit or crocheted scarves.