https://youtu.be/f7d-f6Uw66s Hi everyone! I hope you all are doing okay with everything that's going on. I've been puzzling over what to do with my crochet classes since this is my job and we rely on the income. SO I HAVE A FUN IDEA!!! 1. Head on over to Etsy and purchase a crochet kit. https://www.etsy.com/listing/745354366/yarn-kits-ready-to-ship-hook-yarn-pom… Continue reading Crochet with me! New YouTube Video, Crochet Kits & Virtual Private Lessons… Oh My!
Hello dear readers! I shared a video with you earlier this week on how to use a pom maker. I've done a little crochet pattern round up of all the patterns on this site that would benefit from a pom pom maker. Enjoy! Shop for pom makers here. View all free patterns here. LOTS of… Continue reading FREE Crochet Patterns (that NEED a pom maker… if you want one!)
Favorite or Queue on Ravelry here. This pattern and tutorial is for our Infinity Scarf. I teach crochet classes and I believe the best way to learn is by using the tubular crochet method. This method allows a beginner to repeat one stitch without turning rows. The beginner is then able to master that one stitch and… Continue reading Free Pattern and Tutorial: Infinity Scarf
Favorite or Queue on Ravelry here. Concise, written pattern located at the end of this post. I teach crochet classes, and I believe that the very best first-time crochet project is a coffee cozy. It is small, quick, and tubular. Tubular crochet is excellent for beginners because it provides repetitive practice of one stitch, thus allowing… Continue reading Free Pattern and Tutorial: Coffee Cozy
In tubular crochet, the next step after completing the number of chains a pattern calls for is to connect the chain with a slip stitch. Our first series of beginner crochet patterns uses this simple method to teach you to crochet. The best thing about tubular crochet is you don't need to keep track of… Continue reading Tubular Crochet Tutorial: Connecting the Chain with Slip Stitch