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"Hooked" On Crochet: A Crochet Camp
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I will teach students how to use yarn to create chain stitches with their fingers. I will model for the students and we will also create finger crochet chain stitches together. This is a 15 minute class where we will learn how to maneuver yarn in to chain stitches (which is the foundational stitch). No prior learning experience is needed. My overall goal of this class is to have students understand that crocheting is a skill where you can turn a strand of yarn into a masterpiece. In order to...
Make sure that you have some yarn so you can learn how to crochet using your hands! You can use yarn of any size! We will be using our fingers to do chain stitches, which is a foundation of crochet! Using our new found finger crochet skills we will be able to use bracelets and necklaces. Once you are able to crochet using your finger, crocheting with a crochet hook will be a breeze. Not only are you able to crochet using the chain stitch to make crochet necklaces and bracelets, you could also make a scarf by tying a super long chain together!
I have been crocheting since I was 5 years old! As long as the students have the drive they can create beautiful items through crochet!
A bundle of yarn (this can be purchase at dollar tree)! Also bring your fingers!
15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Betty Robillard, M.EDCrochet!
Hello everyone! My name is Betty Robillard, and I will be teaching crochet classes. I believe that patience is key when it comes to teaching a skill, such as crochet.