We are starting to grow, so we moved the meeting to Panera' Bread in East Meadow on Hempstead Turnpike, Wed. nights 7pm - until.
Regina- is still working on the Chapters’ Logo.
Lois- Eskimo Baby Sweater- featured in Crochet! Nov 2009. Caron's Pound: Lt. Blue, Lt. Green, and white with "N" Hook
Melissa- Endless Crochet Cardi Shawl
Regina- Vanna's Choice 5 1/2 Throw - Using a "Q" hook, working 3 strands together. Dk. Rose, Olive, and Linen. This is her 9th throw she's making!
Debbie- 60/60 Scarves. -using her stash completed 8 scarves.
60/60: Chapter Total to Date 24
Debbie: 9 - 1 WIP
Regina: 4 - 1 WIP
Lois: 6 - 1 WIP
Melissa: 5- 1 WIP
Different types of hooks made. A comparison of wood, aluminum, & plastic in feel, weight, and size.
Debbie's reason why she would use wooden hooks is the size of her grip compared to the length of the hook. Since having large hands, the plastic and metal are too small, after a while, she experiences pain and cramping.
Melissa pointed out that when you use metal, after a while, your hands get hot and sweaty, and messes up your work. She's ordered special hooks from Japan that they swear they are the best!
Regina added that when she uses the metal hooks, they feel heavy, which causes fatigue. Future discussions on hooks will be repeated, especially when Melissa's order comes in!
Agenda for 9/30:
Meeting moved to Panera Bread, East Meadow @ 7pm
Beginner's Stitch of the week: Front Post Stitch
Intermediate Stitch of the week: Chained Cable
Please bring smooth yarn with appropriate hook for yarn
Hats - Showing how to make a hat, and different approaches to making a hat. We'll discuss increasing and decreasing as well.
Happy Crocheting, Hope to see you at the meeting!