Crochet Classes

Beginning Crochet
Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: 2 skeins Worsted weight wool yarn, (Ella Rae Classic or Cascade 220 suggested) in a light, non variegated color (easy to see) and a size J-6.0 mm hook—or several hooks, if you have them, 1 package of locking stitch markers.

Optional: Linda’s book, Crochet Adorned, or Learn to Crochet book by TNNA.

Prerequisites: None

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

In this beginner level class, learn to make the basic stitches used in almost all crochet projects. Students will learn to make a foundation chain, single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc) and double crochet (dc). Students will work on a scarf.

Intermediate Crochet
Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: Linda’s Quick and Simple Hat Pattern, about 110 yds bulky yarn, crochet hooks size H (or to gauge), stitch markers.

Prerequisites: Beginning Crochet class, or know foundation chain, single, half-double, double crochet independently.

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

Take the next step! Learn to increase and decrease (intentionally!) and crochet in the round while working Linda’s Quick and Simple Hat Pattern.

Crochet Techniques
Cost: $18 plus supplies

Supplies: 1 skeins Worsted weight wool yarn, (Ella Rae Classic or Cascade 220 suggested) in a light, non variegated color (easy to see) and a size H-5.0 mm hook.

Prerequisites: Beginning Crochet class, or know foundation chain, single, half-double, double crochet independently.

Time: One 2-hour session.

Learn more crochet stitches and expand your hooking horizons! Learn extended stitches, foundation rows, front post and back post double crochet, and crocheted cord.

Hooker Helpdesk
Cost: $18 plus supplies

Supplies: None, customers should bring in crochet projects or questions that would like some help with.

Prerequisites: Good for rank beginners, all the way to those learning advanced skills

Time: One 2-hour session.

Youtube not helping? Moses to the rescue! Pick his brain and get some helpful tips to make your hook happy and your project beautiful.

Beginning Tunisian Crochet
Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies:Size J Tunisian Crochet Hook, DK weight yarn in a light color

Prerequisites: You must know how to make a crochet chain stitch and single crochet before taking this class.

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

Is it knit? Is it crochet? Yes! Well, it’s crochet, but with the look of knitting! We’ll be teaching the the Tunisian Simple, Knit, and Purl stitches in the is introduction to Tunisian Crochet Class.

Crochet A Tunisian Hat
Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: two balls of DK weight yarn (about 3 oz total), Size K double ended crochet hook, removable stitch markers.

Prerequisites: The Learn Tunisian Crochet class or proficiency with the Tunisian Simple, Knit and Purl stitches.

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

Join Patrick to learn how to crochet Tunisian in the round. You’ll use a double-ended crochet hook and two colors of yarn to make a hat – so many possibilities!

Design A Crocheted Hat
Cost: $18 plus supplies

Supplies: 1 ball of Worsted weight yarn in a light color
US size: J, K, or L hook
Locking stitch marker
optional: row counter

Prerequisites: Crocheting in the round, increasing, basic crochet stitches

Time: One 2-hour session

Learn to design a crocheted hat from start to finish from the top down in the round. You don’t need no silly pattern! Learn to make a beanie to fit any head – with Moses’ help!

Crocheting a Granny Square Bag
Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: 2 skeins Worsted weight wool yarn, (Ella Rae Classic or Cascade 220 suggested) in a light, non variegated color (easy to see) and a size J-6.0 mm hook—or several hooks, if you have them, 1 package of locking stitch markers.

Prerequisites: The Beginning Crochet class or proficiency with basic crochet stitches.

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

Learn to crochet square motifs and two of the ways you can join them together.

Granny Square Shrug
Crochet an Amigurumi Penguin Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: 400 yds of Fingering yarn with long color runs or solid yarn with a second contrasting color, US size D, E or F size hook

Prerequisites: The Beginning Crochet class or proficiency with basic crochet stitches.

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

This is a great first project for beginning crocheters! You’ll learn the rudiments of granny squares, plus learn to make a crocheted ribbing. And you end up with a gorgeous shrug to perk up your spring & summer wardrobe!

Tunisian Crochet Lace Shawl
Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: Size J, 6.0 mm, Tunisian hook, 380 yards of fingering / sock weight yarn.

Prerequisites: The Learn Tunisian Crochet class or proficiency with the Tunisian Simple, Knit and Purl stitches.

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

Crochet a beautiful Tunisian lace shawl using Amy Depew’sA Funny Thing Happened pattern.

Crochet An Amigurumi Penguin
Crochet an Amigurumi Penguin Cost: $33 plus supplies

Supplies: H hook, F hook, 3 colors of worsted weight wool yarn, Safety pin stitch markers, Darning needle, Safety eyes, Fiber fill or filling of your choice

Optional Supplies: Row counter

Prerequisites: Slip stitch, Single crochet, Half-double crochet, Invisible single crochet decrease, Invisible single crochet increase, Basic sewing skills

Time: Two 2-hour sessions.

Have you ever wanted to make a stuffed toy, but were unsure where to start? In this class you’ll make a penguin friend to give as a gift or keep for yourself, and open the gates to the exciting world of Amigurumi! During the two 2 hour sessions, you will learn skills that can be adapted to make any Amigurumi or Ami for short. Let us take you on a journey to a great way to expand your crochet skills, and make a new friend for yourself or a special someone.

Spiderweb Shawl
Cost: $18 plus supplies

Supplies: M or N hook, 1 skein of laceweight yarn (we recommend the Kidsilk Haze or Kid Seta Noir), Safety pin stitch markers, Darning needle.

Optional Supplies: Row counter

Prerequisites: Slip stitch, chain, double crochet, treble crochet.

Time: One 2-hour session.

Gauge is not at all important for this project. You can use any weight yarn; however, to get the desired effect, it’s best to use a large hook, and lace or gossamer weight yarn. It creates a really open and light shawl that really just floats behind you.

I hope you enjoy learning to do this quick project, as an accessory or even as Halloween decoration around your house.