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Prompt: 10 Things Learned

Crochet hooks. We all love them. From the tiniest one to the largest one in our collection, each has its own purpose. I’m sure if any of us really sat down and thought about it, we could come up with ten things we’ve learned from a crochet hook, which is what this prompt is all about.

Make a list of ten things/lessons you’ve learned from a crochet hook. I’ll compile some of the best ones (or maybe all of them) and create a web page you can share with others who might need to know what all can be learned from hooks.

To get you started, the first one that came to my mind is:
Size does matter!
So you can’t use that one. 🙂

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4 Responses

  1. Oh, I finished mine! That was alot harder than it sounded, but tons of fun!

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