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INSTRUCTOR
Teri Artinyan
SKILL LEVEL
Beginner
VIDEO LENGTH
59 Minutes

Step out on the town and make a statement with this hand-made cocoon cardigan, and have all your friends asking where you got it. You got it from watching Teri Artinyan walk you through the process until you came out with a stunning new cardigan to wear.

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

Dress it up by adding a statement necklace and pairing it with heels. Dress it down for a more relaxed look with jeans. Either way, you’re going to want to wear it all the time. Teri Artinyan from Wildfiber studio demonstrates how to work up your yarn into a square using double crochet, and work it up into your new favorite piece of clothing. Pick up new skills as you go along, like how to use a blocking board and water when crocheting a garment. What’s the right side of the fabric? What’s the wrong side? What’s a granny square? You’ll get all your questions answered in this cocoon cardigan class. Teri even shows you how to enhance your stitches and really show off the merino wool you’re working with. You’ll love making this cardigan as much as you’ll love wearing it.

Recommended With This Class

Cocoon Cardigan Crochet

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CLASS INSTRUCTOR

Teri Artinyan

Teri is a co-founder and owner of Wildfiber Studio who aspires to create an environment for fellow makers that is inviting, inspiring, and comfortable. She aims to share her love and passion for gift-able crochet projects, and has been crocheting for as long as she can remember. She is proud to be part of the fiber community.