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I agree, and there's also no shame into admitting that a craft you once liked no longer suits you. I used to love quilting, counted cross stitch, and plastic canvas along with knitting in high school and college. But as I grew older, my taste in decor leaned distinctly modern/clean/contemporary. My passion for knitting has lasted, on and off, for two decades, but other craft interests have definitely fallen away. Knitting still allows me to make chic and funky things that match my tastes, while other crafts don't.

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