My name is Beth Graham, and I am a teacher who often designs with newer crocheters in mind. I teach crochet at Shall We Knit? in Waterloo, Ontario, and on Craftsy ...
My name is Beth Graham, and I am a teacher who often designs with newer crocheters in mind. I teach crochet at Shall We Knit? in Waterloo, Ontario, and on Craftsy www.craftsy.com/ext/BethGraham_10172_F (affiliate link).
Find my work in I Like Crochet, Crochetscene, Knit Picks' Under 100 Crochet Collection, Crochet World, Crochet! Gifts to Go, Quick & Simple Crochet for the Home, and 101 Crochet One-Skein Wonders.
Learn more about me on Ravelry (http://www.ravelry.com/designers/beth-graham) and on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/zagraham).
I love coffee and I love tea. Sadly, all too often, the Java Jive leaves me jittery and I end up making a mess. This oversized spill catcher is just the thing, its clever coffee color ensuring that no one will ever know about my little drinking problem.
Frankly, there's nothing revolutionary about this coaster design: it's a simply written pattern in single crochet that I use in my absolute beginner crochet classes. Beginners will gain confidence in pattern reading and hook-handling, and experience success in crochet right out of the gate.
Teachers: If you choose to use this pattern in your classes, please ensure that, if possible, each student downloads their own copy of the pattern. And be sure to let me know how your experience with it is!
6.5 st and 8 rows in single crochet = 2", blocked
25 yards of Worsted weight