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Why YOU should learn to crochet

I love to share the skill of crochet!

Often people will ask me what I’m making, and comment, “That is gorgeous! I sure wish I knew how to do that!” So I decided that I could teach crochet too!

  • Comment below and let me know why you would like to learn to crochet.
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18 COMMENTS
  1. Patricia says:

    I want to learn to crochet to help me relax.

    1. Angela says:

      Patricia –
      Yes, crocheting is very relaxing, especially if it’s an uncomplicated stitch pattern.

  2. Lorraine Spotts says:

    I know how to crochet- it’s just that my edges are not always straight- then I pull it out and start over just to end up the same way as I started. I would like more information about Boleros and Shrugs. I really appreciate the video and crocheting does help me relax. it’s soothing for what is ailing you.

    1. Angela says:

      Lorraine –
      I’m so glad you enjoyed the video. Keeping your edges straight can truly be frustrating! That’s something I will address in the Intermediate Crochet course. Meanwhile, the trick is your turning chains, and counting your stitches every row, along with keeping an even tension.

  3. sandy says:

    Want to learn more then single double afghan stitch

    1. Angela says:

      There’s a single crochet stitch and also a double crochet stitch – plus many more crochet stitches taught in the Beginning crochet course.

  4. Yvonne Groen says:

    I crochet already but would love to learn how to crochet dolls/animals and slippers.
    Crocheted gloves without fingers and they turned out really cute.
    I also have problems reading patrons.
    Thanks

    1. Angela says:

      Congrats on knowing how to crochet! It looks like you are ready for an intermediate level crochet course – coming soon! In the Beginning Crochet course you will learn how to read written patterns, stitch diagrams and color graph charts, so it may be a good idea to go through the Beginning Crochet course first.

  5. Varsha Swarup says:

    Want to learn to make something new.

    1. Angela says:

      Learning something new keep your mind and your hands active! Always a good thing! Join us at Beginning Crochet and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!

  6. Varsha Swarup says:

    It’s very interesting to weave different things

    1. Angela says:

      Crocheting, weaving, cross stitch, knitting – playing with thread and yarn is just FUN!

  7. Janet Stockinger says:

    I love to crochet. I started with Afghans and scarves. Now I make hats, dolls, pillows ,bags,ponchos,shawls and I even made a dress for my granddaughter. I have totally surprised myself.

    1. Angela says:

      Yes! Once you learn the basics – the sky is the limits on what you can do with crochet!

  8. Lisa Jo says:

    I’ve tried and tried and so desperately want to learn but I just can’t seem to get the hang of it. So anytime I can find someone willing to show me , I’m all ears! Lol

    1. Angela says:

      You are in for a treat then! I think the Beginning Crochet Course is exactly what you need to learn to crochet. It moves slowly and at your own pace so you can truly learn to crochet each stitch, with lots of practice time in the course.

  9. Pamela Niesslein says:

    Is the beginner class for true beginners?

    1. Angela says:

      Yes, the class begins with how to pick out yarn and crochet hooks, how to hold your yarn, how to chain, and then each modules teaches how work all the different types of basic crochet stitches. I would say even a 7-8 yr old that wants to learn could go through the course.

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