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That's just the way creativity works. And as a self-taught knitter, I've experienced my share of struggles over the years. Why does stockinette curl like that? Why are my edges so sloppy when everyone else's seem so neat? So, without further fuss, here are six top tips I wish I'd learned sooner. There's no secret technique wisdom here.
It's just that straight needles are WAY easier to lose. True story. You can use circular needles for flat projects by just knitting back and forth instead of joining the work to proceed in the round.
The cable connecting the needles will make sure they both stick around for the duration of your project. If you drop a stitch, you don't have to rip back your work, even if it's laddered several rows down. Just insert the crochet hook in the work, hook the next rung of the ladder and pull it through the loop of the dropped stitch.
When your pattern calls for picking up stitches to complete a neckline or anything else, a crochet hook can be easier to handle than a knitting needle. Instead of trying to coax the yarn through a stitch on a slippery, straight knitting needle, just slip the crochet hook through the stitch, snag the new yarn strand below, pull it through the stitch and then transfer it to the knitting needle.
Use a crochet hook to thread and knot strands of yarn through the edge of your knitting to add fringe-y flair. We know it's maddening: You're knitting a simple piece of stockinette and it starts to roll up at the bottom and curl in at the sides. When it happened to me, I figured I was doing something wrong. But it's actually caused by the nature of the stitch itself and can be prevented with simple changes like adding a border.
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Get the details to solve it for yourself here. You'll say goodbye to nubby garter stitch edges forever the minute you knit your first slipped stitch chain edge. This one's become such a habit for me that I do it automatically and it feels wrong to knit any other way. But when I got them home, I learned they made a mess of the cables, lace, or other special stitch patterns I wanted to try. A single spun yarn may be crochet as is, or braided or plied with another. In plying, two or more yarns are spun together, almost always in the opposite sense from which they were spun individually; for example, two Z-twist yarns are usually plied with an S-twist.
The opposing twist relieves some of the yarns' tendency to curl up and produces a thicker, balanced yarn. Plied yarns may themselves be plied together, producing cabled yarns or multi-stranded yarns. The single yarns may be dyed separately before plying, or afterwards to give the yarn a uniform look.
The dyeing of yarns is a complex art. Yarns need not be dyed; or they may be dyed one color, or a great variety of colors. Dyeing may be done industrially, by hand or even hand-painted onto the yarn. A great variety of synthetic dyes have been developed since the synthesis of indigo dye in the midth century; however, natural dyes are also possible, although they are generally less brilliant. The color-scheme of a yarn is sometimes called its colorway. Variegated yarns can produce interesting visual effects, such as diagonal stripes. Crocheted fabric is begun by placing a slip-knot loop on the hook though other methods, such as a magic ring or simple folding over of the yarn may be used , pulling another loop through the first loop, and repeating this process to create a chain of a suitable length.
The chain is either turned and worked in rows, or joined to the beginning of the row with a slip stitch and worked in rounds. Rounds can also be created by working many stitches into a single loop. Stitches are made by pulling one or more loops through each loop of the chain. At any one time at the end of a stitch, there is only one loop left on the hook. Tunisian crochet, however, draws all of the loops for an entire row onto a long hook before working them off one at a time.
Like knitting, crochet can be worked either flat back and forth in rows or in the round in spirals, such as when making tubular pieces. There are five main types of basic stitches the following description uses US crochet terminology which differs from the terminology used in the UK and Europe. While the horizontal distance covered by these basic stitches is the same, they differ in height and thickness.
The more advanced stitches are often combinations of these basic stitches, or are made by inserting the hook into the work in unusual locations. In the English-speaking crochet world, basic stitches have different names that vary by country. Crochet is traditionally worked off a written pattern in which stitches and placement are communicated using textual abbreviations . To help counter confusion when reading patterns, a diagramming system using a standard international notation has come into use illustration, left. Another terminological difference is known as tension UK and gauge US.
Individual crocheters work yarn with a loose or a tight hold and, if unmeasured, these differences can lead to significant size changes in finished garments that have the same number of stitches. In order to control for this inconsistency, printed crochet instructions include a standard for the number of stitches across a standard swatch of fabric. An individual crocheter begins work by producing a test swatch and compensating for any discrepancy by changing to a smaller or larger hook.
North Americans call this gauge , referring to the end result of these adjustments; British crocheters speak of tension , which refers to the crafter's grip on the yarn while producing stitches. One of the more obvious differences is that crochet uses one hook while much knitting uses two needles. In most crochet, the artisan usually has only one live stitch on the hook with the exception being Tunisian crochet , while a knitter keeps an entire row of stitches active simultaneously.
Dropped stitches, which can unravel a knitted fabric, rarely interfere with crochet work, due to a second structural difference between knitting and crochet. In knitting, each stitch is supported by the corresponding stitch in the row above and it supports the corresponding stitch in the row below, whereas crochet stitches are only supported by and support the stitches on either side of it.
If a stitch in a finished crocheted item breaks, the stitches above and below remain intact, and because of the complex looping of each stitch, the stitches on either side are unlikely to come loose unless heavily stressed. Round or cylindrical patterns are simple to produce with a regular crochet hook, but cylindrical knitting requires either a set of circular needles or three to five special double-ended needles.
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Many crocheted items are composed of individual motifs which are then joined together, either by sewing or crocheting, whereas knitting is usually composed of one fabric, such as entrelac. Freeform crochet is a technique that can create interesting shapes in three dimensions because new stitches can be made independently of previous stitches almost anywhere in the crocheted piece. It is generally accomplished by building shapes or structural elements onto existing crocheted fabric at any place the crafter desires.
Knitting can be accomplished by machine, while many crochet stitches can only be crafted by hand. The height of knitted and crocheted stitches is also different: a single crochet stitch is twice the height of a knit stitch in the same yarn size and comparable diameter tools, and a double crochet stitch is about four times the height of a knit stitch. While most crochet is made with a hook, there is also a method of crocheting with a knitting loom. This is called loomchet. Each stitch in slip stitch crochet is formed the same way as a knit or purl stitch which is then bound off.
A person working in slip stitch crochet can follow a knitted pattern with knits, purls, and cables, and get a similar result. It is a common perception that crochet produces a thicker fabric than knitting, tends to have less "give" than knitted fabric, and uses approximately a third more yarn for a comparable project than knitted items.
Tunisian crochet and slip stitch crochet can in some cases use less yarn than knitting for comparable pieces. Any stitch using yarnovers uses less yarn than single crochet to produce the same amount of fabric. Cluster stitches, which are in fact multiple stitches worked together, will use the most length.
Standard crochet stitches like sc and dc also produce a thicker fabric, more like knit garter stitch. This is part of why they use more yarn. Slip stitch can produce a fabric much like stockinette that is thinner and therefore uses less yarn. Any yarn can be either knitted or crocheted, provided needles or hooks of the correct size are used, but the cord's properties should be taken into account. For example, lofty, thick woolen yarns tend to function better when knitted, which does not crush their airy structure, while thin and tightly spun yarn helps to achieve the firm texture required for Amigurumi crochet.
Most crochet uses one hook and works upon one stitch at a time. Crochet may be worked in circular rounds without any specialized tools, as shown here. It has been very common for people and groups to crochet clothing and other garments and then donate them to soldiers during war.
People have also crocheted clothing and then donated it to hospitals, for sick patients and also for newborn babies. Sometimes groups will crochet for a specific charity purpose, such as crocheting for homeless shelters , nursing homes , etc. It is becoming increasingly popular to crochet hats commonly referred to as "chemo caps" and donate them to cancer treatment centers, for those undergoing chemotherapy and therefore losing hair. During October pink hats and scarves are made and proceeds are donated to breast cancer funds.
Organizations dedicated to using crochet as a way to help others include Knots of Love , Crochet for Cancer,  and Soldiers' Angels. Crocheting and other forms of Needlecraft or Handicraft are proven to have several health benefits including reducing stress and anxiety. Some elementary school teachers have used crocheting to enhance their students' literacy skills.
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Learning to crochet in a literary setting encourages young children to stay focused, multitask better, and be more excited about school. This fun yet challenging skill can in the process teach students to have better social skills in their community, with their peers, and with their families. Crochet has been used to illustrate shapes in hyperbolic space that are difficult to reproduce using other media or are difficult to understand when viewed two-dimensionally.
Mathematician Daina Taimina first used crochet in to create strong, durable models of hyperbolic space after finding paper models were delicate and hard to create. These models enable one to turn, fold, and otherwise manipulate space to more fully grasp ideas such as how a line can appear curved in hyperbolic space yet actually be straight.
Her work received an exhibition by the Institute For Figuring. Examples in nature of organisms that show hyperbolic structures include lettuces, sea slugs, flatworms and coral. Margaret Wertheim and Christine Wertheim of the Institute For Figuring created a travelling art installation of coral reef using Taimina's method. Local artists are encouraged to create their own "satellite reefs" to be included alongside the original display. As hyperbolic and mathematics-based crochet has continued to become more popular, there have been several events highlighting work from various fiber artists.
In Style in the technical arts , Gottfried Semper looks at the textile with great promise and historical precedent. In Section 53, he writes of the "loop stitch, or Noeud Coulant: a knot that, if untied, causes the whole system to unravel. There are a small number of architects currently interested in the subject of crochet as it relates to architecture. The following publications, explorations and thesis projects can be used as a resource to see how crochet is being used within the capacity of architecture.
In the past few years, a practice called yarn bombing , or the use of knitted or crocheted cloth to modify and beautify one's usually outdoor surroundings, emerged in the US and spread worldwide. Residents awoke to find knit cozies hugging tree branches and sign poles. She is part of a group of yarn graffiti-artists called the Souter Stormers, who beautify their local town in Scotland. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For a part of the anatomy of certain insect larvae, see Crochet insect anatomy.
Not to be confused with Crotchet , the common name for a quarter note in music. Play media. Main article: Crochet hook. Main article: Yarn. Main article: List of crochet stitches. Differences between crochet and knitting. Knitting uses two or more straight needles that carry multiple stitches. Unlike crochet, knitting requires specialized needles to create circular rounds.
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