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Crochet Yarn Articles, Tips & Reviews - About.com
It's no secret that crocheters and knitters evaluate yarn differently, yet knitters' yarn reviews and yarn articles dominate the Internet. Here's your chance to learn ...
Choosing Yarn for Baby Hats - Crochet - About.com
Unsure about the best yarn for making baby hats? This article walks you through what to look for. The article is relevant for both knitters and crocheters.
Yarns We Hate -- Worst Crochet Yarns - About.com
Are there any yarns that you just hate to crochet with? Maybe the yarn is difficult to work with. Maybe it splits easily, or pills, or has too many flaws. Maybe it's just ...
Product Reviews and Information About Eyelash Yarns - Crochet
"Furry" or "hairy" yarn is often referred to as "eyelash yarn." When you crochet or knit with this type of yarn, the finished result can resemble faux fur. Use this type ...
Crocheting Without Yarn - About.com
Is your yarn budget small (or nonexistent) these days? If so, I sure hope that won't stop you from crocheting. There are plenty of things other than yarn that you ...
Worsted Weight Yarn - Crochet - About.com
What is worsted weight yarn? Click here to find the definition of worsted weight yarn, and to learn everything you need to know about this popular yarn weight.
Lion Brand Baby's First Yarn - A Review - Crochet - About.com
A review of Baby's First yarn from Lion Brand. Baby's First is a cotton/acrylic blend yarn marketed specifically for crochet and knit baby garments and ...
Choosing Materials for a Crocheted Scarf - About.com
If you're using yarn, take a look at the yarn label to see which size crochet hook the manufacturer recommends using with the yarn. The suggested hook size is a ...
Product Review of Red Heart Super Saver Yarn - Crochet - About.com
Red Heart Super Saver is a worsted weight acrylic yarn by Coats and Clark. Use Red Heart Super Saver yarn for crocheting, knitting and many other crafts.
What Yarn Should I Use for Crocheting Potholders? - About.com
I'm betting your gifts will be well-received. In answer to your question, I recommend using either kitchen cotton or wool yarn to crochet your potholders.