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From a roundup of beautiful crochet umbrellas: www.crochetconcupiscence.com

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Check out a whole series of Olek crochet yarnbombing videos at: www.crochetconcupiscence.com

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From a roundup of amazing crochet clocks: www.crochetconcupiscence.com

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Tiny little crochet worm! By Jill Watt. Spotted on Knithacker.

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I love how crochet granny squares, which are easy to make, can be used to create so many different things such as this hot water bottle cover from Fox's Lane.

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"Floats" is a term used in colorwork. This word describes unused strands of yarn, thread or fiber that are carried across the back of a piece due to a color change on the front of the work. This term is used in the same context by crochet enthusiasts, hand knitters, and machine knitters.

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A Freeform Crochet Rug Which Was Designed, Crocheted and Submitted by an About.com Reader, Tia Mia.

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This dishcloth is entirely crocheted, but at first glance it looks like knitting and crocheting combined. The body of the dishcloth is worked using Tunisian knit stitch, a crochet stitch that, from the front of the work, looks just knitted stockinette stitch. Free pattern via About.com Crochet: crochet.about.com

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Crochet Concupiscence is a blog about all things crochet including crochet news, art, fashion, history, design, bloggers and more.

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Doris Chan has created several crochet skirt patterns using hemp yarn like this one, which is part of my feature post on 100 unique crochet skirts.

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