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  • More than 2 hours of close-up instruction
  • Answers from Edie in our virtual classroom
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Joining Crochet Motifs

with Edie Eckman
Joining Crochet Motifs

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(30 reviews)

gowri.m
rated 5 stars

Super Tutorials

I must say that I truly enjoyed Edie's tutorial. As she had said exactly, I am one of those many crocheters that looove making granny squares but HATE the joining part of it. Now, I actually enjoy the whole process from start to finish! Thanks to Edie's fantastic explanation, video clarity and all the tips she provides that you can't find in any other videos/tutorials. I also have purchase the pattern books written by her and all I can say is it gets even better every time I come in contact ...

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Missy Fishy
rated 5 stars

Fantastic experience

Edie is a very talented teacher and I learned SO much in this class. Highly recommended for intermediate crocheters.

Craftsaholic
rated 5 stars

Great Teacher!

This is my 2nd class with her And I love her very clear instructions. Cool tips that really make a difference. Thank you

rhp7465783805
rated 5 stars

Great course

I made granny squares with Kim Werker's class, then I realized I didn't know how to put them together. So I bought Edie's class and now I am finishing my blanket...it is so exciting! I keep reviewing the different lessons. Thanks so much for this good course.

alexandra6721498
rated 5 stars

Brilliant!

I started crochet for the second time in my life in January (after over 35 years) and started working on a cardigan made up of granny squares with no idea what the instructions meant with their standard joining method. Now I know :) only a few more things to figure out now. Thank you!

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