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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Crochet vs. Knitting: Which is Better?

Good Morning Crafter,
In the debate on whether crochet or knitting is the better craft, crafters love to argue. It's all in good fun though. Check out the 10 knitting and 10 crochet patterns below, and then click here to tell us your favorite craft.  

1. Knit Punnet of Strawberries (shown)      
2. 12 Easy Lace Knitting Patterns
3. Bernat: Silky Short Sleeve Top
4. Red Heart: Garter Lace Short-Sleeve Cardigan
5. Lily: Simple Stripe Floor Rug
6. Bernat: Doily Style Dishcloth (shown)
7. Teacup Half Apron
8. Lily: Striped Yoga Mag Bag
9. Premier: Felted Striped Flower Bag Bag
10. Red Heart: Colorful Knit Throw
1. Broom Handle Draft Dodger (shown)
2. DMC: Crochet Diamond Belt
3. Lily: Crochet Summer Tote
4. Caron: Formal Ruffle Purse
5. Bernat: Colorful Striped Table Setting (shown)
6. 14 Free Crochet Flower Patterns
7. Bernat: Crochet Squares Curtain
8. Red Heart: Lace Capelet
9. Caron: Eco-Friendly Afghan
10. Bernat: Easy Patio Pillows

*If you missed last week's Unexpected Crafts issue- Check out these popular projects: Bread Dough Roses and Goodie Pop Top Cans*

Happy Crafting, Editor

P.S. Next week: Look for a special Felt-tastic issue, including the Felt Bracelets Gone Wild.

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