Take a pliabel strand and loop it; loop it again and again

Malarcher, Patricia
July 2009
Surface Design Journal;Summer2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses the difference between knitting and crocheting. It is believed that knitting was discovered in the 11th century common era, while crocheting was in the 18th century when embroidery was introduced. It was found that crocheting was associated with the creation of adornment which represents an individual's wealth and status in the society. The author stresses that several artists are already adopting knitting and crocheting in their development of artworks.


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