HNW - loops, hooks, etc.
kayta at slip.net
Sat Aug 19 05:11:48 PDT 2000
At 11:09 AM 8/17/00 -0400, you wrote:
>In a message dated 8/17/00 8:25:36 AM EDT, pulliam at acadia.net writes:
>> I've studied the Gunnister items, and I have to say, yes, the loops on the
>> bag could well have been made with a hook. They could just as easily been
>> made with the end of a knitting needle, or with the fingers. Loops do *not*
>> require (or indicate) a crochet hook.
>No arguments from me. I regularly make single "crochet" chains out of my
>weaving warps using just my hands. ;-) I think the statement was made in
>the article merely for purposes of clarity and comparison (i.e. "they *look
>like* this," not "they *were made like* this").
My guess is she was giving as exact a description as she could. If she
knows all that much about lace manufacture, that bit ought to seem very
crochet-like to her.
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