The college that I teach at has asked me if I could teach a third children’s class for an upcoming event. How excited I am to see this craft being passed onto the next generation! Since I had a beginner’s and Advanced class for children it only made sense to teach an intermediate one. The class had to be a little bit harder then just a single crochet and chain stitch, but still be able to be completed in 75 minutes. After hours of research and evaluating the patterns I decided to offer to instruct on; How to Crochet a Coaster.
In this class, in addition to the chain stitch and single crochet we learned in the Beginning crocheting class for children (Beginning Children’s Crochet Class) , we will now learn how to increase and crochet in rounds.
This is a great class to get even more practice with the single crochet that we learned in the Beginner Class. So grab your favorite color yarn and let’s crochet a coaster for yourself or a gift for mom.
If you have not mastered the chain stitch (The Chain Stitch) or the single crochet (The Single Crochet); I would suggest you take the Children’s Beginner Class before you sign up for this one. I have included the link for Class description. (Beginning Children’s Crochet Class)
Am looking forward to the first class and excited to share with young people the wonderful world of crocheting.
Until next time, keep those hooks flying.