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Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Students will learn how to crochet in this beginners' class. Crocheting is not only a fabulous life-long hobby, but it is also a great way to express yourself with your own creations! Imagine wearing a one-of-a kind hat or scarf that you crocheted yourself! Each week, students will learn a new stitch or stitch group and learners will progress at their own rate. This class is structured as a workshop, where students will learn a new stitch or stitches and practice during class. Mrs....
Students will improve their dexterity and learn a life-long skill by learning to crochet.
Mrs. Borton has been crafting since she was a child. She learned to crochet from a neighbor when she was nine years old. She continued crocheting in 4-H and she won blue ribbons at the county fair for her crocheted pieces. As an adult, Mrs. Borton has continued to crochet and has taught crocheting at a local craft store. She has also taught crochet to students in her Knit and Crochet club at the school where she works.
1. One skein of yarn in a size 4. This can be of any fiber content, but acrylic, acrylic-wool blend, or wool will be the easiest to use. The yarn should be a smooth yarn, and not one that has a lot of bumps or loops. 2. A crochet hook in a size G (4 mm) or H (5 mm) 3. small pair of blunt scissors Other sizes of yarn and hooks may be used. In general, if you use a bigger yarn, use a bigger hook.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be using scissors, metal crochet hooks, and occasionally yarn needles. Younger students will need parental guidance.
Passionate knitter, quilter, crafter, and embroiderer. Certified and Enthusiastic English and Spanish Teacher.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
51 total reviews
71 completed classes
My name is Mrs. Borton, also known as Señora Borton, and I have been a full-time teacher for over 30 years, currently teaching Spanish in a Junior High School. I have been a passionate crafter for my whole life. I learned to sew from my mother...