I thought I would post a photo to show you some things I’ve been working on to prepare for my new March classes. Once equipped with a few “basic” skills, you can begin to make a variety of projects, big and small, limited only by your imagination! Here are a couple of simple items I made in an afternoon after crocheting a few small squares (and a couple of rectangles) from the new “Crochet Basics” class, using only one or two simple stitches:
Based on feedback I’ve received after the Michael’s Open House and in-store demonstrations, I am excited to announce new classes that I will be offering starting in March!
“Knitting Basics” and “Crochet Basics” –
In response to interest in several of my projects which are not “beginner” level, I will begin teaching 2 new courses: “Knitting Basics” and “Crochet Basics.” These courses are designed to teach basic stitches and techniques, along with an overview of abbreviations and pattern reading without the pressure to complete a large project. This will allow you to learn more in class to build your skills and confidence to make unique projects on your own or in a class of your choice. Continue reading
Thanks to everyone for stopping by at the Michael’s Open House and for signing up for a class to learn a new skill or to expand your current skills. It was a pleasure meeting all of you and I look forward to our upcoming “infinity scarf” classes. Every project (even small ones) will build your skills and knowledge. Your new hobby can be a simple joy or grow into a real passion with much more to learn. It’s a fun journey and I’m here to help you!
Check out the “Calendar,” “Projects” and “Resources” pages for details of our upcoming classes and to help you prepare. The infinity scarf will be a great quick project to build your skills and confidence. With a little experience, you will be able to find the right yarn and stitch pattern to make more advanced projects that you will love. Continue reading