Do you want to learn to Crochet your own granny sqaures? Granny squares are the best thing to learn when starting on your crochet journey as they can be joined together to make endless projects from Granny square cardigans to lampshade covers and blankets! The projects are endless! I have created this "Learn to Crochet box" so you can do just that! The box comes with online video tutorials via the website and Full email support so you can ask questions at any time! A Learn to Crochet box will be posted out to you and will contain natural cotton yarn, a Crochet hook and eco friendly packed with love! The "Learn to Crochet" box Video tutorials teaches you all the basics of Crochet, How to hold the hook, The video teaches you two Crochet stitches and how to make a Granny square. This box is perfect for beginners and your learn how to make your own Crochet granny squares! You also have access to 24/7 support via email to help you along the way, Which is a unique added bonus! Please note that yarn colours may vary per box.
What's included in the price?
10 x mini balls of Great quality 100% cotton yarn A crochet hook Online video guides Full email support
What you will need
Just some Scissors and internet access
Sophie Hale is a fibre arts enthusiast and is on a mission to get more young people involved with heritage crafts! Sophie started Forest and Dot in 2017 and teaches a range of workshops for both adults and Children in Crochet, Knitting, Arm knitting, Weaving, Spinning and Natural dyeing. Sophie not only runs workshops but also designs and self publishes Crochet and knitting patterns, Creates craft kits and online courses and teaches crafts regularly in local Schools.
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