Welcome Crochet Queen Blog Readers!

You are here because you read Gwen’s review of my Craftsy.com class on reading crochet symbols!  Thanks for stopping by.

I know Gwen has said some nice things about the class, and I hope you are interested in taking it.  The nice thing about a Craftsy class compared to watching a Youtube video is that you get to interact with the teacher in the video and ask questions. Charles crochet symbols at CraftsySo if there is a gap between what you want to learn and what is in the video lesson, you can always ask. And I promise to provide all the help and additional information you need if I know the answers, or to research it to the best of my ability if I don’t know the answer right away.

There are two advantages to having arrived at this page because of reading Gwen’s blog: A] you get the discount price by clicking on the banner picture at the top of the screen, and you don’t have to wait for Craftsy’s semi-annual sales, and B]  you will find links to some of my fellow crochet teachers’ classes at Craftsy, and at a discount. See them at the bottom of this post.

instructorbadgeAs a teacher I am always looking for learners’ questions, because I love giving or finding the answers to questions people have about all the mysteries and intricacies of crochet. So my news bulletin will mostly be my answering crocheters’ questions.

I will not give or sell your email to any individual or company as I value privacy and security as much as you. I will send periodic news bulletins about crochet and knitting news and resources, but at the moment, I only send them about 12 times per year, so your mailbox won’t fill up with emails from me. (As a Canadian citizen, I am also governed by some very strict anti-SPAM laws that I don’t want to break, so never fear, you won’t be spammed, as the laws protect the rest of the world from Canadian spammers…pretty cool, eh!?)


Beyond Rectangles Crochet: How to Shape, Edge, and Finish a garment that isn’t a box!

 Joining Crochet Motifs:  Wow! Just Wow..I took this class and learned SO much about joining pieces into blankets, etc.

Taking color in crochet to the next level! You’ll love this class on Fairisle crochet…nothing like this on Youtube.

Marty Miller, “Crochet Doctor”, teaches about chainless foundation stitches…but not just the basics…amazing things you can do with them to make your projects have a beautiful finish.