Pour débuter :

voici un peu de vocabulaire argot anglophone pour des définitions se rapportant au crochet;

http://illuminatecrochet.blogspot.be/search/label/slang

 

 

 


HOTH = Hot Off the Hook. You've just finished a project that's HOTH and peeps better watch out... those stitches are on fire!

Yarn Barf or Yarn Vomit = The clump of tangled yarn that you pull out of a center pull skein. I pulled hard on the strand and then a bunch of yarn barf spewed out. Gross!

Ami = Short for "amigurumi", a Japanese word for small crocheted animals/toys. I might have made more ami owls this year than is necessary or reasonable. Don't judge.

Yarn Bomb = A decorative piece of crocheted or knitted art that is strung up in public. I am totally gonna yarn bomb that ugly trash can with some cool crochet stripes. 

Freehand = Making an object without following a pattern. I totally freehand crocheted a hat for my cat. She's not terribly impressed. 

Scrumble = Combining freehand and other crochet pieces to make a unique object. A little of this, a little of that, and voila! A scrumble.

Yarn Cakes = The small skeins of yarn that result from using a yarn winder. You can never have too many yarn cakes. Yum.

Stash = As a noun, your collection of yarn. As a verb, to amass a collection of yarn. Gotta keep on stashing to build up my awesome stash.

De-stash = Going through your stash and giving away yarn you aren't using. Hmm, yarn stuffed in the trunk? In the linen closet? On the bookshelf? Time to de-stash.

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 je vous présente :la guilde du crochet USA ,

GUILDE CROCHET OF AMERICA -GGOA http://www.crochet.org/

c'est onéreux , le but semblant être d'aider les pros du crochet:

CGOA's 20th Anniversary

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Membership Options

Individual Membership Dues 1 Year

$35.00 USA / $42.00 Canada & Mexico / $50.00 Other non-USA

Includes four (4) issues of Crochet! magazine (including CGOA Chain Link newsletter), distinct national e-retail discounts, free show floor entry and class/event discounts at CGOA annual conference, and more great benefits.

Individual Membership Dues 2 Years- Save!
$65.00 USA / $79.00 Canada & Mexico / $95.00 Other non-USA

Includes eight (8) issues of Crochet! magazine (including CGOA Chain Link newsletter), distinct national e-retail discounts, free show floor entry and class/event discounts at CGOA annual conference, and more great benefits.

 


Corporate Membership Dues 1 Year
Corporate Retailer/Corporate Other (manufactures, publishers, etc.)
- $100.00

Includes discounts to exhibit at CGOA-sponsored markets (Knit & Crochet Shows), Retailer listing online and in CGOA ads in Crochet! magazine, four (4) issues of Crochet! magazine (including CGOA Chain Link newsletter), and more great benefits.

Corporate Membership Dues 2 Year
Corporate Retailer/Corporate Other (
manufactures, publishers, etc.)
- Save! - $195.00

Includes discounts to exhibit at CGOA-sponsored markets (Knit & Crochet Shows), Retailer listing online and in CGOA ads in Crochet! magazine, eight (8) issues of Crochet! magazine (including CGOA Chain Link newsletter), and more great benefits.

 


Corporate Sponsor
$1,000.00

Includes discounts to exhibit at CGOA-sponsored markets (Knit & Crochet Shows), CGOA conference show floor admission waived for up to five pre-registered employees, Corporate listing online and in CGOA ads in Crochet! magazine, and more great benefits.

 

If you would prefer, you can download the CGOA Membership Application and fax or mail it.

Please select your membership below.




 

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Leur fête nationale  annuelle du crochet en Mars.

National Crochet Month
 

March is National Crochet Month

Our members celebrated in a host of ways during 2013 which they shared on the CGOA Blog "CGOANow" and on the CGOA Facebook page. There were "tours through crochet country" which featured crochet designers, there were opportunities to share recent crochet teaching experiences (and win a free CGOA membership!) and there was a place to simply share what you did personally to celebrate the month (and win a copy of Erika Knight's Simple Crochet). See all 115 personal celebration entries here!

 

Can't wait for next March, when we can celebrate again? Why wait?

We can celebrate crochet all year long!

 

 

March 16-22, 1998 was declared National Crochet Week by CGOA. Pam Oddi was President of our organization at the time. A flyer was included in the Chain Link newsletter with ideas for all members on ways to celebrate crochet during the week.

In 1999, Pam designed a bookmark with the design, "I heart Crochet” in filet crochet. The copyright-free pattern instructions were included in the Chain Link newsletter for several years for all members, and American School of Needlework helped spread the word bout National Crochet Week and CGOA by distributing a copy of the bookmark pattern to all who ordered from their latest catalog.

In March 2000, with so much to celebrate, National Crochet Week became National Crochet Month!

To celebrate the 15th Anniversary of CGOA in 2009, Gwen Blakley Kinsler designed a CGOA badge in tapestry bead-crochet. The pattern was made available for free on the CGOA website for members to use as a way to show their CGOA pride

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Bien amicalement

FleurBelge