Hmmm...I'm going to guess hats, scarves or sweaters, judging by the things that my friends make!
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I don't know, but from observation...potholders! They're easy to make, very useful, and generally work a lot better than the ones you buy in stores. Second is scarves around here, because sometimes it gets so cold in the winter that you have to do something to keep from freezing your lungs. In this area the people are very utilitarian so there's not a lot of call for fashionable clothes and things, though, so in other areas other clothing items and things might be more popular.
It has to be baby blankets???
My daughter still sleeps with the blanket her Grandma made for her when she was born.
I tried my hand at crocheting but I just don't have the patience. It certainly is a work of art!!
I have several scarves that were made for me and I really like and still have and wear all of them when the season changes.
I actually make crocheted ponchos and people really seem to like them. They're warm in the fall and winter
I think afghans are the most popular crocheted item. At least requests for the patterns are in pretty high demand!
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