4-H crocheting project member guide Public Deposited

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Published August 2008. Reviewed October 2013. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • 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 first used to make delicate lace. As time went on, more stitches and designs came into being, and crocheting became a separate art. Crocheting appeals to many people because it can be used to make a variety of creations, such as scarves, caps, vests, sweaters, purses, belts, lace, doilies, tablecloths, afghans, pillow covers, and bedspreads. In the 4-H Crocheting Project, you can learn to: • Crochet articles for yourself and others • Select, use, and care for crocheting tools • Work and share with others in your club • Keep simple records of your project and activities
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