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foxygrannie | Posted in Gather For A Chat on

I forgot on my earlier post to tell everyone my interests.  I crochet, sew, knit, work in paper crafts, and desk top publishing.  I  must admit my first love is crocheting then sewing.


  1. Cherrypops | | #1

    Thanks for specifying. I look forward to reading more from you.


  2. fabricholic | | #2

    Hi Foxygrannie,I would love to learn to crochet. My mother could do it pretty well.Marcy

    1. foxygrannie | | #3

      Good afternoon.  The Lion Brand website, http://www.Lionbrand.com,  has instructions and free patterns for anyone who wants to learn to crochet.  I have found the site helpful and easy to navigate.

      I will do more research to help you find as much online as possible.:0)

      1. fabricholic | | #4

        Don't go to any trouble, because I don't have the time right now to learn.Marcy

        1. foxygrannie | | #7

          It was not any trouble.  It also helped me find some free patterns and yarn brands to purchase.  I even found a store not far from my home that I knew nothing about.  Helping someone else is cool!

          http://Www.learn-crochet-now.com appears to be a good site.  You can purchase DVDs or downloads for a nominal fee.  I have not tried any of their DVDs or downloads.

          Perhaps you can make a note of the site and use them at a later date.  Hope you will find time soon ;0).

          Edited 3/28/2007 7:02 pm ET by foxygrannie

          1. fabricholic | | #8

            A dvd is a good idea. Then I will have it for later. Thanks.Marcy

      2. MaryinColorado | | #5

        Thanks for the website!  I decided to take up crocheting again, it's been years since I've done it.  Looks like a great resource for me.  Mary

        1. foxygrannie | | #6

          I used Google and found many interesting sites that I did know about!  Here are just a couple:  gourmetcrochet.com and stitchdiva.com.  These two sites give other links to follow also.

          Some of the stores are state specific.  I found a shop in my state (not far from my home) that gives lessons, sells lucious looking yarns and other yarn craft supplies.  You might want to browse and see what you think.

          Hope this helps.

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