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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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The members of the group are exclusively women of Indian origin, the only criterion for joining being an interest in crochet.
Crochet for Christmas: 29 Patterns for Handmade Holiday Decorations and Gifts arrives just in time for needleworkers to put their skills together in time for the holidays, and offers seasonal items ranging from tree skirts and reindeer baskets to a hedgehog door stopper.
KEEPING hands and minds active - just two of the things a crochet group could offer to older people in the Welsh capital.
April 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Elaine Smith is hosting a knitting and crochet retreat in the lovely mountains of Tucson.
The Knitting and Crochet Guild are behind the new exhibition, which includes knitted and crochet lace, Irish crochet, patterns and publications and will run until Monday April 6.
This investigation, as it were, can tie together untold stories on crocheting passed down from grandmother to mother to daughter, and also bring forward more information on motifs in crochet design.
Knot Guilty provides a fine crochet-based mystery that adds a new book to the Crochet Mystery series about Molly Pink and her friends.
Critique: Ideal for both novice and experienced needlecrafters alike, "Christmas Crochet for Hearth, Home & Tree: Stockings, Ornaments, Garlands, and More" is a wonderfully illustrated compendium of ideas and instructions for employing crocheting skills in creating all manner of memorable Christmas Season decorations.
They tell their stories, crochet, write poetry and, among many other things, receive job preparation skills.
Right now, though, the focus will be on Hamilton's amazing ability to take a crochet hook to yarn and turn it into portraits that look like the people and places they represent.
The idea is clever: Provide an eclectic mix of projects, including purses, toys, hats and shrugs, that require only one skein (or ball) of yarn, proving there's more to crochet than you can shake a hook at.
Nicole met Lorene of Cre8tion Crochet through collaboration with another crafting site.