*Crochet Project Based Learning- Jellyfish - A Beginner Level 2 Flex Class Ages 12-16
Is your student new to crochet? Do they know the bare bones, but need more guidance in following patterns or working in the round? This class is the perfect next step...plus these adorable jellyfish are so cute to make and gift!
126 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
No live meetings
Over 5 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This is a flex class -Each week class assignments will be sent out for the student to complete on their own time. -There are assignment due dates and deadlines -There is not set date and time that you need to attend -There are no live classes, however, there will be plenty of interactions and encouragement between the students and each other and myself. - Crochet works best in a flex class environment as students all progress at different paces and this removes the frustration of...
Students will review the foundation chain and single crochet. They will learn the double crochet, working in the round and gain an overall better understanding of the art of crochet.
I have been an avid crocheter for the last decade, designing my own patterns often and teaching kids ages 5-18 in person crochet classes for the last 7 years with over 250 students learning to crochet. I am a published crochet author on Amazon, Etsy, and Ravelry. My passion lies in teaching other this wonderful craft which has brought me so much stress relief and joy!
Crochet is hard and usually frustrating in the beginning. I empathize with students and help them make light of it, often telling them frustration means they are doing it right or if you feel like you need to have 8 arms like an octopus you’re on the right track. Learning new things take time and practice. Students should expect to spend at least 20 minutes a day at least 4 days a week practicing. I encourage students to get through the difficult part and find the joy in fiber arts. I have had many students tell me thank you for not letting them give up, often these are the students who have stuck with the craft to the advanced levels.
Supply List: • Crochet hook size G (4mm) though gage is not important so a size up or down will work too • Worsted Weight Yarn -One full skein or a few partial • Stitch markers (safety pins or bobbypins work) • Set of Safety eyes 8-12 mm (will not need these until week 4) Can embroider if preferred • Large eyed needle, I prefer metal and the slanted tips for ease of sewing parts together. • Scissors • Fiberfill Stuffing
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Create, Inspire, Repeat! We all have an inner artist, you just have to look sometimes.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
126 total reviews
347 completed classes
About Me: Art and Creativity are what get me through the day. The joy that creating provides is something that should be shared and explored by all! I have been teaching in one aspect or another all my life, from helping in Sunday School...