Join us for the final day of the Craftsgiving LIVE mini-series. Learn how to make the Maize Beanie with crochet instructor Brenda K.B. Anderson. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, and instructions!
Check out the entire mini-series schedule below. All live events will be available for replay. If you make any of the projects from the series, share with us by using the hashtag #ShareCraftsy on social media!
Monday, November 15th at 2:00 p.m. CT – “Squirrel’s Delight” Mug Mat and Potholder
Tuesday, November 16th at 2:00 p.m. CT – Chenille Leaf Trivet
Wednesday, November 17th at 2:00 p.m. CT – Turkey Cookie Platter
Thursday, November 18th at 2:00 p.m. CT – The Best Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Friday, November 19th at 2:00 p.m. CT – Maize Beanie
Thank you very much for the new skills in crochet! 🙂
I cant wait to make this hat for my Grandsone
Why doesn’t the video watch over her shoulder so you can actually see what she’s doing the right way round( as if we are crocheting ourselves) ?
Thank you so much. Where can I get a written pattern❤️
No website Would live the pattern
One more suggestion…much easier when camera is BEHIND you. Otherwise, we are essentially watching you upside down.
Love the hat, but it is challenging to see white yarn against white background and camera at a distance. Just some feedback. Thanks for the pattern.
Where will we find this again?
Hello Wendy. You can access the live events at any time on our website. You can locate the LIVE Streaming Events at the bottom of our website under the Popular Projects column. I have provided a direct link for your convenience below:
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Like seeing new techniques
Want to watch class
Lolike watching new videos
Demo of Bennie
I love learning new stitches!
Trying to get on for the demo
Hi Karen. This starts at 2:00 p.m.
I need a new hat for the winter.
Would love to make this for charity food bank in my area
Can’t wait to participate … is there a list of supplies?
Oops! Just found the list … thanks!
Looks like a great beanie that I could make for family up north.
That’s the name of my Granddaughters name!!
Looks like a great beanie that I could use to give to charity.
Looking forward to crocheting this project
This looks so kewl, can’t wait to see it.
Can’t wait to see the pattern.
Last time I crocheted was about 30 years ago. Hope I can keep up.