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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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Demonstrated by the crocheting bus driver, her kindness created so much joy for the kids on her bus.
Then, having taken her trusty crochet hooks and half a suitcase of wool with her on a holiday to Morocco, she spent much of her break crocheting hats for the local street children.
Once you start crocheting, you will be surprised how fast you use up a strip, so you'll want to have at least a yard or two of fabric ready to go.
Sergeant Clark Gardner said: "I think some have found crocheting relaxing and therapeutic.
The work brings together moments from traditional crocheting in the island of Cyprus and contemporary practices following at the same time thoughts which include history, the intangible culture, identity and new identity.
From a 'knit or crochet stitch of the month' section that teaches new skills to suggestions for 'music to knit by' and insights on scents and symbols to consider, this is a wide-ranging blend of spiritual and needlework tips, and provides a fine collection of prayer shawl basics perfect for any who would love to combine knitting and crocheting with spiritual purpose.
Beth now volunteers by teaching crocheting at Colman Court, a subsidized housing complex located on the grounds of a local Catholic church noted for its service to the marginalized.
The 32-year-old lecturer in further education at Cardiff and Vale College began crocheting six months ago and was so inspired she decided to start up the Warm Heart Crochet project.
New York, June 7 (ANI): More than 400 baseball fans set a new Guinness World Record last Saturday for most people crocheting in the same place for 15 minutes at the Citi Field stadium.
Whitaker has been crocheting for 30 years, ever since his daughter, Julia Russell of Springfield, taught him this skill upon his retirement as a machine operator from L.
Francis, who's been busily crocheting her way through life since the age of ten, decided to beam her brand of tropicalism out to the universe after her friend Buju Banton suggested she make her own line.