There’s so much more to crochet than granny squares and ripple stitch! Take your crocheting in a new direction this summer when you learn new crochet stitches in my Crochet Stitch Workshop, a series of online classes.
Each 90-minute video-conference session stands alone, so you can take just the ones you are interested in, or take the whole series. Classes are priced individually.
Where Does it Happen?
It’s all online, so you can be anywhere! Just register for the classes you want, and you’ll get an invitation to the Zoom Meeting.
When Are the Sessions?
Live interactive streaming sessions take place on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Eastern during July and August.
Note that these sessions are not recorded, so you’ll need to be there to participate.
How Does It Work?
You’ll receive a handout with text and charted instructions for several different stitch patterns using the technique. You’ll watch a live-streaming demo of the techniques and the stitch patterns. Then you’ll be able to practice your choice of stitch pattern(s).
I’ll be right there to answer your questions and help you through any trouble spots, just like I would if we in the same room together.
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Are There Any Prerequisites?
We’ll be using American crochet terminology. You should be familiar and comfortable with the basic crochet stitches: chain, single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet.
You should know how to read a crochet pattern. Understanding symbol crochet diagrams is also helpful, but not required.
If you need to brush up on your basic crochet skills, check out The Crochet Answer Book by Edie Eckman. Subscribe to Edie’s YouTube channel for video tutorials. Look at Crochet: Basics & Beyond for additional links.
What Stitches Will I Learn?
- Front Loop & Back Loop Stitches
- Clusters, Bobbles & Popcorns
- Puff Stitches
- Ripples & Chevrons
- Bullion Stitch
- Crocodile Stitch
See how easy it is to learn online from an experienced teacher, in the comfort of your favorite chair! Register now!
Still Have Questions?
Ask your questions in the comments below and I’ll do my best to answer.