Crochet is one of the easiest handcrafts to learn. Make gifts, decorate your house, or use it as a meditation focus. Learn how to handle a crochet hook and yarn, chain and work a foundation row, master single and double crochet, bind off and weave ends, and "read" your work. Unlock the mystery of reading patterns. Discover internet tools with online support networks.Instructor: Laurie SwansonFee: $49Supplies: Crochet hook size "G" or larger, ball of medium weight yarn.
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