Most of us are at home in quarantine. So what better time than NOW to learn a new craft?
I have to be honest, as soon as I knew I was in quarantine, I started to make a list of all the things I could get done. And I went back to knitting, which I haven’t done in MONTHS! Can you believe that?
Funnily enough, my creativity has spiked, and I have been making things happen that I literally had no time for. One of them is especially exciting and a big step out of the comfort zone for introvert me.
My productivity (in front of the computer) rocketed and I got to do other things I have been putting off. Because now there was literally no escape for me. It was clear to me that I had to start differentiating “work time” and “fun time” to keep me sane.
And I got thinking, maybe this happens to you too? Maybe you are stuck doing home office and want to disconnect? But you don’t have (yet) that one hobby that takes your mid of things? Well, wait no more…
I introduce you with great pleasure (and a lot of excitement):
How to crochet for beginners is a small guide for people who want to learn that basics of crochet. These first videos will show you:
- How to make a chain (ch) here
- How to make Single Crochet (SC) or Double Crochet (DC) here
- How to increase (inc) here
- How to decrease (dec) here
- How to make a magic ring or magic loop (MR) here
These videos will guide you through the basics of crochet, so you can start making your own Bearnandos soon!
They are filmed in English and available with English, Spanish and German subtitles.
If you don’t know where to start or what do you need, don’t worry, I’ve got you covered:
I can’t wait to see what you create! If you have any doubt or any suggestion, what the next video should be, leave me a comment or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org I’ll be happy to hear from you!
I’d love if you’d subscribed to the channel and gave me a thumbs up on the videos that you like best!