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Flower Keychain: Amigurumi Crochet

During this course, your student will learn how to crochet a flower that can be made in various sizes and colors.
Mrs. Rebecca G.
61 total reviews for this teacher
New class
30 minutes
per class
Once per week
over 3 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does a "Multi-Day" course work?

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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Thu, Dec 8

Dec 8 – 22 (3 weeks)
2:30 – 3:00 PM
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Class Experience

I learned to crochet in my middle school home economics class and I've been "hooked" ever since.  *pun intended* :D  I just did the math and that means that I have been crocheting for 20 years now.  Wow!

Crochet is a wonderful hobby to make something creative but also useful.  I have made many items such as washcloths, shawls, scarves, stuffed toys, and blankets.  Over the years, I have learned that blankets are my absolute favorite item to make.  There is a crocheted blanket on every bed in my home...and on every sofa...and some are stored...

I am the type of person that can not just sit and not have my hands be busy.  Crochet is the perfect hobby to do while watching your favorite show for the 346th time.  My hope for the crochet classes is to spark that love of crochet for every student that comes into the classroom.
Week One: Practice the chain-two method or the magic ring. Complete two flower centers by following the provided pattern.

Week Two:  Complete sewing the two circles together with the single crochet stitch.  
Two colors of yarn. I recommend yarns like Red Heart Super Saver, Caron One Pound, or Big Twist. Crochet Hook (It's best to have a variety of smaller sizes to do amigurumi crochet. I suggest a 2, 2.5, or 3MM crochet hook.) Scissors Tapestry Needle (Optional): they come in a variety of sizes. Just be sure that your yarn can go through the eye of the needle. Stitch Markers: Extra strips of yarn or bobby pins work fine if you do not have these. Safety Eyes (Optional) Keychain (Optional): Yarn can also be used instead of the metal keychain. A PDF file of this pattern will be posted to the classroom after the first class.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Students WILL need to use scissors and tapestry needles in this class.

**Please note that the you will continue to work on the same project each week, so keep it stored in a safe place when you are not working on it.**

** If your student wants to use safety eyes, please note that they are only suitable for children aged 3 years and older.  Please be aware of this in case there are younger siblings in the house.  Safety eyes are completely optional as the amigurumi's eyes, nose, and mouth can be stitched on with a tapestry needle.  My flowers do not have a face sewn on, but your student may do so if he/she wishes!**

**If your student misses one of the weeks, the video of the class will be available for him/her to watch.  A 50% refund for that particular lesson will be given if I am made aware before the class time.**


Mrs. Rebecca G.
Lives in the United States
Crochet | Drawing | Show And Tell
61 total reviews
104 completed classes

About Me

**I will always teach the class...even if just one student is enrolled.**

Hello! My name is Miss Rebecca (or Mrs. G 😊) and I am so excited to join you on your journey of education!  I teach small-sized classes for young students.  Working with... 
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