1 hour 57 minutes
Having trouble reading crochet patterns? If so, check out our new class. Master The Language of Crochet: How To Read And Understand Crochet Patterns & Charts.
It will give you the information and skills you need to finally read a pattern on your own. All questions answered.
Does reading a pattern feel like reading Greek? Do you always seem to lose or add a stitch without knowing why? Maybe you’re looking to gain a new level of confidence in your crochet. Whatever your needs, this class will teach you tons of valuable information.
Here's a sneak peek at some of the secrets and tips we'll be sharing in this class:
✓ How to understand basic pattern reading, abbreviations & symbols
✓ Where and which stitch to insert your hook (especially at the start or end of the row) without messing up your stitch count.
✓ What it REALLY means when you see a * and () in a pattern
✓ How to translate between uk/us terminology
✓ Why crochet charts are the PERFECT tool for you if you’re a visual learner. They will make your life easier. Once you know how to read a crochet chart, you’ll be able to pick up crochet books in other languages. Yes, even Japanese, because charts are the common language of crochet.
And that’s just the beginning!
How To Read A Crochet Pattern
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Sophie Calver is the Lead Knitwear Designer and Stylist at Ideal Me, creating all design content across our blogs/classes, including setting the color and trend visions for each individual blog with their own color palettes, brand identity and focused yarn groups.
Originally from Oxford, England and now based in Auckland, New Zealand, Sophie graduated from Nottingham Trent University, with a 1st class degree in Fashion Knitwear Design and Knitted Textiles. During her time at university, Sophie established her talent by winning various brand competitions and projects, which saw her win an internship in New York and having designs made for a major UK department store.