Hello, and welcome to Learn to Crochet with RTC!
I am so glad you’re here and excited to be teaching you this wonderful art. Below you will find an outline of the course I developed in order to help you learn how to crochet.
The course is broken down into simple steps, which will be published on my blog throughout April and May 2018. Below is the overview for the course, click on each link as they become available and it will take you to the relevant session.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Have fun and feel free to reach out if you need assistance.
April 11, 2018: Getting Started Session 1: How to read a written crochet pattern
April 13: Getting Started Session 2: All about yarn
Find the full post here: https://richtexturescrochet.com/2018/04/14/getting-started-session-2-all-about-yarn/
April 16: Getting Started Session 3: All about crochet hooks, needles and notions
April 20: Getting Started Session 4: How to check your gauge
Find the full post here: https://richtexturescrochet.com/2018/04/22/getting-started-4-how-to-check-your-gauge/
April 23: Crochet Beginnings Session 1: How to make a slip knot
April 27: Crochet Beginnings Session 2: How to make a chain stitch
April 30: Crochet Beginnings Session 3: How to single crochet (Sc)
May 4: Crochet Beginnings Session 4: How to fasten of and weave in ends
May 7: Crochet Beginnings Putting it all Together: Make a Single Crochet Dish Cloth
May 11: Crochet Beginnings Session 5: How to Half Double Crochet (Hdc)
May 14: Crochet Beginnings Session 6: How to Double Crochet (Dc)
May 18: Crochet Beginnings Session 7: How to Triple Crochet (Tr)
May 21: Crochet Beginnings Session 8: How to Double Treble Crochet (Dtr)
May 25: Crochet Beginnings Session 9: How to Triple Treble Crochet (Tr tr)
May 28: Crochet Beginnings Session 10: How to Slip Stitch (Sl st)
I can’t wait to get started! If you haven’t already, be sure to follow
me on social media, and don’t be afraid to get in touch should you
need help! I look forward to continuing to bring you more great
stitch tutorials in the future. Happy Crocheting!