Teach Others to Crochet with the FREE Crochet Tutorial for Beginners Bundle
Do you have any youngsters in your life that would just love a new activity to absorb themselves in? A family member that’s been fascinated by your crochet projects? Or, just a friend that could use a new hobby? If so, let our FREE downloadable Beginner’s Guide to Crochet bundle your one-stop-shop to all the tips and tricks you need to make teaching crochet a snap!
We all know how relaxing and fulfilling our favorite crafts can be. This crochet tutorial for beginners is a great tool to keep in your back pocket if you ever want to share your enjoyment and make it easy for an aspiring crocheter to learn.
This bundle was created with the user-friendly instruction of Linda Permann, Craftsy’s own in-house Crochet instructor (Crochet Embellishments and Crochet: Beyond Rectangles), and crochet experts Ashley Little and Andrea Sanchez (with the liaising help of our lovely Instructor Liaison, Jessica Hutton).
This step-by-step guide walks through crocheting a chain, as well as single and double crochet, and includes a handy guide to crochet abbreviations and fabulous photography to give your new crocheter visual pointers along the way.
What’s included in The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet:
- Crochet abbreviations
- How to crochet a chain
- How to single crochet
- How to double crochet
Even Craftsy employees have gotten down to the business of learning how to crochet!
While our Craftsy employees are generally crafty, not everyone here at home base is familiar with the art of crochet. So, Linda Permann recently led a workshop at Craftsy headquarters and taught a group of enthusiastic Craftsy employees the wonderful and addicting activity of crocheting a chain.
The workshop drew people from all areas of the company (even founder Josh Scott learned something new!), and everyone enjoyed picking up this new skill.
The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet starts with crocheting a chain. Remember, even though the chain is just the starting point of crocheting, don’t underestimate it! You can crochet a chain to use as a bow on gifts, hair tie, or keep going and wrap several layers to make a necklace. The possibilities are endless!
Craftsy employees: getting down with crochet
Linda demonstrates wrapping the yarn to Business Development Manager Rachel Kiriakos
Craftsy’s receptionist, Rebekah Weidner, practicing her chain
Founder Josh Scott and instructor Linda Permann showing off their hooks!