Crochet for Beginners: Learn the Basics of Crocheting for Ages 8-11 (FLEX)
In this FLEX class, beginner crochet artists will learn the basic stitches, techniques, and tips needed to crochet.
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Is your learner interested in learning how to crochet but has no idea where to begin? Does your learner need a flexible class schedule? Then this is definitely the class for you! In this FLEX course, students will learn the very basics of how to crochet. Each week, students will learn about the materials, stitches, helpful techniques, tips, and tricks that will help them create amazing works of crocheted art. Here is what students can expect from this class . . . Week One: Let's Start...
By the end of this course, students will be able to: 1) Create a slip knot and chain stitch 2) Create a single crochet stitch 3) Create a half-double crochet stitch 4) Create a double crochet stitch 5) Create a triple crochet stitch 6) Turn their work to create more rows 7) Tie off their work to create a finished piece
There is no formal homework that is assigned in this class. However, I will be giving students various ways to practice their new crochet skills throughout the week. Students may practice as little or as much as they'd like, but remember---the more they practice, the better they'll get!
In order to be successful in this class, students should bring the following materials to class each week: 1) Yarn - I recommend the Red Heart brand for beginners since it is very easy to work with 2) Hooks - There are many hook sizes available, but don't be overwhelmed! I would recommend starting with a size H-8 (5mm). 3) Scissors 4) Tapestry needle - preferably metal
Each week, students will submit one picture (or a video if they'd like) per stitch learned in class. For example, in week one, students will submit one picture or video showing their crocheted chain. (I will provide direct instruction on how to complete this assignment in class!) Students can also use this assignment as an opportunity to ask questions or share how they struggled to create the stitch. I will be providing individual written and/or video feedback to each student sharing tips, tricks, help, or answers to questions as needed.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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Hello there! My name is Katelynn, and I absolutely love working with and teaching kids, whether that be through teaching on Outschool or working in children's classes at my church. I am currently obtaining my bachelor's degree in Elementary...