Crochet 102: Beyond the Very Basics with Elizabeth Durand
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You’ve mastered the basic stitches—chain, single, half double, double—but you only know how to work back and forth in rows. This class will introduce you to the time-honored granny square (both single color and multicolor), the solid granny square, and, if time permits, the granny hexagon.
1 ball of a smooth worsted weight yarn in a light solid color
Worsted weight yarn in at least 3 or 4 different colors (you don’t need a whole ball of any of these)
Crochet hooks of assorted sizes that work with worsted weight yarns; recommended sizes are 6/G (4.0 mm), 7 (4.5 mm), 8/H (5.0 mm), and 9/I (5.5 mm) removable stitch markers
Standard knitter’s toolkit items: scissors, stitch markers, sewing-up needle with a blunt tip, tape measure, pencil, paper, etc.
Practice your chain, double crochet, and half double crochet stitches so you remember how to do them before you come to class.
If any of your yarns are in skeins that need to be wound into balls before you can work with them, please do that before class.