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Jan 21 2013 08:36 PM | Donna in About Crochetville
Membership in Crochetville is free. We like it that way. It means everybody gets to participate, and that's what community is all about.
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Jan 21 2013 08:34 PM | Donna in About Crochetville
Read this article for information on the crochet and business classes we are currently offering.
Jan 21 2013 08:33 PM | Donna in About Crochetville
As the largest and most popular crochet forum online, Crochetville attracts the attention of the everyday crocheter as well as industry professionals, authors, and editors. Here's the buzz about Crochetville from magazines, books, television, and other media.
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Jan 21 2013 08:32 PM | Donna in About Crochetville
Crochetville is the premier online crochet community. It’s the place where crochet enthusiasts from around the world come to get answers, find inspiration, show off projects, dish about yarn and hooks, and just generally share their love of crochet. Crochetville’s rich content and friendly vibe are attracting all types of crocheters, from beginners to serious hobbyists to seasoned professionals, and they are returning to the site again and again.
Keep reading to learn more about Crochetville.
Jan 21 2013 08:30 PM | Donna in About Crochetville
Donna Hulka is part crafty homebody, part nature girl, part computer geek. She loves handmade things because they’re beautiful and they’re just plain better than what you can buy. She’s been making things of one sort or the other since she was a little girl. When she was eight, her future sister-in-law taught her how to use a hook and yarn, and thus began a lifelong crochet adventure.
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Jan 21 2013 08:28 PM | Donna in About Crochetville
Amy Shelton comes from a family of crocheters. Although she learned the basics of crochet from her third-grade teacher, Amy’s mother and grandmother, longtime crocheters themselves, helped Amy expand her skills. She has been happily crocheting, left-handed, for over 30 years. Her right-handed daughter also crochets. Amy feels a strong sense of connection to family and community through crochet.
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