Liz Peltola
43 Minutes

If you have a little more experience in crochet, try your hand at this gorgeous pattern. It’s a great pattern to practice your skill set on, and push yourself to try new things. This pillow pattern is made out of two bavarian squares, crocheted intricately with instructor, Liz. She explains this pattern down to a science. This is certainly a class you’ll remember!

What You Get

1 streaming video tutorial - access  anytime Class materials and tools
 Answer to student questions from instructor Printable patterns, FAQs and supply list
Inspiration for other projects using this stitch

Class Description

Bavarian squares have been around forever, and now is your chance to learn how to make one. Using three colors of yarn and working from the center out, you’ll form a textural, colorful fabric. Liz, the instructor for this class will teach you how to change your colors throughout and how to work in triple crochets. She’ll walk you through each step so your pattern turns out the way you need it to. This isn’t one of those patterns you can complete while watching netflix. It takes focus and you have to pay attention to your stitch count. Luckily, you have an expert with you every step of the way.

Recommended With This Class

Bavarian Square Pillow


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Liz Peltola

Liz is a queer crochet artist traveling full time in a vintage RV with her Great Dane Moose, and cat Weezy. She’s been crocheting since she was 10 years old. Usually found somewhere between the Colorado Desert, Sierras, and coasts of Central California, one thing that's always guaranteed is that she has no shortage of crochet projects going at any given time! When she’s not designing for various blogs and magazines, she enjoys hiking, snorkeling, writing, and attending festivals.