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    Knitting Vs Crocheting

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    Whats the difference?! Which one do you think is easier? Any tips for which one to try first? I wanna make my little man a blanket!

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    knitting is with 2 kneedles, crochet is with 1. I think knitting is easier, all I can crochet is blankets (and they are fairly easy), but I can knit sweaters, blankets, baby clothes, lots more stuff


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    Where did you learn how to do it? I seriously am interested in learning!

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    I think knitting is easier than crocheting. I am more of a sewer than anything though since I went to school for fashion design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyvicious27 View Post
    I think knitting is easier than crocheting. I am more of a sewer than anything though since I went to school for fashion design.
    HAHA! I want a sewing machine too! lol.. i have all these ideas of things i wanna make but i dont know where to start with any of them

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    Where did you learn how to do it? I seriously am interested in learning!
    My grandma when I was young

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    I think knitting is easier than crocheting. I am more of a sewer than anything though since I went to school for fashion design.
    me too, especially since I have been sewing since I was like 9 and studied fashion too.


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    well my real goal is to take his clothes and make a quilt for him to keep. I dont know where to start with that tho.

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    Sewing is awesome! You can make everything your heart desires! The first thing I ever made using a sewing machine was a Buzz Lightyear pillow... for myself and somehow I was hooked
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyvicious27 View Post
    Sewing is awesome! You can make everything your heart desires! The first thing I ever made using a sewing machine was a Buzz Lightyear pillow... for myself and somehow I was hooked
    Thats too cute!! what would be a good sewing machine but a pretty cheap one? Or are all of them the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sailors.love View Post
    Thats too cute!! what would be a good sewing machine but a pretty cheap one? Or are all of them the same?
    You can get some pretty cheap (less then $100). I grew up using Brother sewing machines so I prefer them over any others. I actually bought mine at Walmart for $180 couple years ago. It does so much! If you are just starting out, I would look at the cheaper ones and see what they can do. You probably won't need one that has over 100 different stitches or unless you want to invest in a more advanced one right away. My next one is going to be computerized so I can embroider too, but I need to pay some bills off first lol
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