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Old 11-15-2013, 05:14 AM   #11
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Learnt myself using a book with some instructions

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I am a leftie amd was very frustrated when my cousins - we were all pre teeners - easily mastered the skill. A beloved aunt with great spatial skills figured out how to reverse the process for me. Thanks to her I've been a happy knitter for decades.
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Its crucial that a right handed teacher sits OPPOSITE to a left handed student!!
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When I was very young, possibly in 1st or 2nd grade, my mother taught me to knoit, crochet and sew. Hirls were usually taught to sew at a young age. I remember in 4th garae we made a tea apron and in 6th grade we had to make a cooking apron and kerchief/hat to use for when we went on to 7th grade cooking class. When I was young it was difficult to find crochet patterns except mostly for doilies, so I did more knitting then. As crochet patterns became more readily available I started crocheting more. I prefer crochet over knitting.
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