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 n.— «Some people refer to it as scrumbling and others call it freeform crochet and knitting.…Free form crochet is a modular technique. The image above is an example of what the scrumbles look like before they are assembled into a larger piece of fabric. This can be anything from a bag to a cape! Because the pieces are made or stitched together in different directions they do not drop. Prudence Mapstone has described how to create a scrumble.» —“What is Scrumbling?” by sharonb In a Minute Ago Sept. 7, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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