LET'S GET REAL:
You’ve been wanting to read crochet charts, but whenever you sit down to make it happen, you’re immediately overwhelmed.
Ugh, it's overwhelming even thinking about it!
NOW I WANT YOU TO TAKE A MINUTE AND IMAGINE...
(for which you only found one picture with chart on Pinterest)
(without spending hours looking for a pattern matching their desires)
(not desperately searching for the (English!) written instructions to that beautiful Russian design you want to make)
(instead of your usual 10+ page pattern binder)
All without the endless headaches and tangled yarn messes of trying to understand what you're supposed to do next.
" I am a beginner and the workshop was very beneficial for me to continue my crocheting skill. Thank you! " - Linda
Charts & Graph
MAKE your own
Charts & Graphs
But more importantly:
You'll leave this training with the confidence to read ANY crochet chart or graph effortlessly to make crochet gifts!
Printable crochet chart symbol cheat sheets for easy reference while working on any project.
Detailed overview of conquer charts & graphs with step by step walkthrough examples.
+ all my tips for us left-handed crocheters
Step-by-step walkthrough to build your own charts & graphs using Stitch Fiddle software.
I'm betting we have a thing or two in common.
A few years ago, I was bored making the only blanket pattern I knew on repeat, so I taught myself to read crochet patterns.
I spent a gazillion hours looking for patterns matching what I wanted and the yarn I had on hand only to find patterns in foreign languages or charts / graphs only.
I dove in head first only to get stuck not understanding where to even start or any of the crazy symbols.
With time and practice, I slowly got better at deciphering charts & graphs.
Fast forward to today and I'm designing my own patterns with graphs & charts.
I created this workshop because I want to help you dive into the world of crochet charts & graphs without the stress, headache and the tangled yarn messes I had to go through.
...and I can't wait to show you how it's done!
(I know which one I'd pick every time!)