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  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Schrumpf, Elaine (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2008-08)
    Crocheting is one of the oldest needlework arts. To crochet means to form yarn or thread into a fabric using a hook. Its name comes from the French word croche, meaning “hook.” The crochet hook was one of many tools f ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sawer, Barbara J.; Schrumpf, Elaine; Boltes, Barbara V. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2004-10)
    The Expanding Level of food preservation guides members of any age who are ready to expand their skills in food preservation.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Schrumpf, Elaine; Raab, Carolyn A.; Sawer, Barbara (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2010-01)
    A guide for 4-H food preservation club leaders that includes tips on organizing content for club meetings, teaching techniques, food preservation experiments and standards for evaluating preserved food products, and a sh ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sawer, Barbara J.; Schrumpf, Elaine; Boltes, Barbara V. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2004-10)
    Members who have complete the Beginning and Expanding levels of the 4-H Food Preservation project are ready for the Advanced Level. There are numerous activities for you to explore.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sawer, Barbara J.; Schrumpf, Elaine (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2004-10)
    The Beginning Level of food preservation is for members of any age who are just starting the project. You might spend up to 3 years in this level as you learn the basic procedures and try the different methods.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Schrumpf, Elaine (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2008-08)
    In your knitting project, you’ll learn a very old skill that people have been doing for nearly 1,800 years. As you progress through the different phases, you’ll use many kinds of yarn and designs. In the 4-H knitting ...

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