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INSTRUCTOR
Jennifer Shackelford
SKILL LEVEL
Beginner
VIDEO LENGTH
57 Minutes

You’ll realize what your collection was missing when you’ve completed this class and see how beautiful the cable blanket you’ve made is. Jennifer Shackelford shows you how to add cable crochet to your skillset, and provides you with the know-how you need to make blankets like this again and again without breaking a sweat.

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

Anyone who’s hooked on crochet knows that learning something new to add to your skills is always super exciting. So if you’ve never tried crocheting cables before, this class is perfect for you. Even if you have, Jennifer Shackelford reveals handy tricky she’s learned from her years of crocheting experience that you won’t want to skip out on. You’ll learn how small cables are worked with double crochets, large cables are worked with treble crochets, and how to count turning chains. At the end, you’ll have a soft, intricate blanket that’s surprisingly simple to create. It’s also easily customizable, so you can make it as large or as small as you’d like. We want to cozy up with this blanket on a wintery day, or maybe even crochet it large enough to share with a friend.

Recommended With This Class

Cable Blanket Crochet

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CLASS INSTRUCTOR

Jennifer Shackelford

Jennifer is a skilled fiber artist who has been crocheting for more than 20 years. She works with fellow maker, Teri at Wildfiber Studio, a yarn store in Santa Monica, and aspires to foster a creative environment that is inviting, inspiring, and comfortable.