HNW - crochet, repeat of request for agreement in definition

Jafath@aol.com 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.

Jo Anne

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