HNW - crochet, repeat of request for agreement in definition
Jafath at aol.com
Wed Oct 1 21:15:19 PDT 1997
In a message dated 97-10-01 00:06:41 EDT, dickeney at access.digex.net writes:
By the way, does anyone know of a knitting stitch that would be crochet if
done with a hook instead of knitting needles? Aside from binding off,
which is virtually identical with (British) single crochet.
Well, there is the bizarre process known as "picot knitting" as given in Mary
Thomas' Knitting Book. And the more useful "picot cast-off" uses what is a
two-needle approximation of a chain stitch.
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