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  • n. One who crochets.


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  • The concept is simple: the crocheter begins with a circle, and frequently increases stitches at a constant rate — for example, one increase for every four stitches — in order to create the ruffled edges which form as it enlarges.

    Daina Taimina’s Hyperbolic Planes

  • Hyperbolic crocheter Daina Taimina has announced an open call for participation in her experimental fiber project tentatively titled, “Story in Textures.”

    Call for Entries: Stories in Textures with Daina Taimina

  • Born in Latvia, Taimina had been an avid knitter and crocheter since childhood.

    Daina Taimina’s Hyperbolic Planes

  • Finally, we bought our own custom Left 4 Dead Sackboys from the crocheter himself (above), saw Fangamer go all Anderson and release a browsable version of their fan-made Mother 3 guide for free, and our 'one shots' for the day: a plush member of Rhythm Heaven's Glee Club, and Cooking Mama, and Cooking Samus, and Cooking Zelda, and Cooking Lara ...

    Boing Boing

  • Jessica Polka is a crocheter of curiosities who was inspired by the fantastic tome, Albertus Seba's Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.

    Boing Boing

  • Then New York artist and crocheter-extraordinaire Olek will put your skills to further shame.

    WATCH: Wall Street Bull Crocheted By Artist Olek

  • P.S. I'm a crocheter who recently learned to knit.

    Welcome to the World

  • As a crocheter, I was especially impressed with the "crocheted" dress.

    Sunday Sweets: Gettin' Crafty

  • I'm a crocheter, and I'm blown away by the christening gown cake.

    Sunday Sweets: Gettin' Crafty

  • I'm a rather prolific crocheter if I do say so myself, and I am so impressed with that christening gown cake!

    Sunday Sweets: Gettin' Crafty


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