Long, Cindy
September 2008
Crochet!;Sep2008, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p82
The article discusses knitting with the use of high technology. It states that technology can be a great advantage to knitters. The author argues that computers and crochet are compatible. He believes that crafters from all over the world can discuss common interests, share ideas and teach new skills through the Internet. Cited is the method of producing yarn in the olden days.


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