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Skill Level: Intermediate
Jenny King
Learn to Bavarian Crochet
Learn to Bavarian Crochet
Jenny King, Instructor

Discover the beauty of Bavarian crochet with Australian instructor Jenny King. Learn to crochet it in the round, in strips and in a square. Find out more in the Class Description below.

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Few crochet stitches have intrigued crocheters like the Bavarian stitch! This beautiful, two-round stitch comprised of treble shells and decreases allows you to crochet harmonious and striking color combinations. Expert crocheter Jenny King, the discoverer of this mystery stitch, traveled all the way from Australia to Annie's studio to create this class. With Aussie humor and friendliness, she'll take you, step-by-step, through the technique of how to master this impressive stitch.

Crochet along with Jenny King as she demonstrates how to work the stitch in various ways starting with the easiest method, working in rounds. As you progress through the class, you'll learn the techniques to work in strips and in a square to create the seven exclusive projects showcased in this video. In this class, you'll learn:
  • The fascinating mystery behind the Bavarian stitch and how Jenny discovered it
  • How to work the basic Bavarian stitch
  • How to work in the round to create a stretchy headband
  • How to work in strips to stitch a pretty cowl, scarf and shrug
  • How to work in a square to create blankets, sweaters and more
  • How to crochet a headband, coordinating cloche and neck warmer, scarf, shrug, baby blanket and baby sweater, all in Bavarian crochet
Class includes a collection of seven exquisite patterns that will even impress your fellow crocheters!

Annie's online classes include downloadable and printable class patterns in PDF format in addition to the online video content. You can view online classes at your convenience, 24/7, 365 days a year from any mobile device, both tablet and non-tablet (phones, iPod Touch, etc.) but classes are best viewed on tablets or computers.
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FREE -- Class Overview
01:40
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FREE -- Introduction
06:38
Basic Bavarian Stitch ...
29:45
Bavarian Stripes Scarf
20:46
Wintry Cloche & Neck Warmer
16:38
Bavarian Wrap
20:34
Working in a Square Mini ...
25:06
Baby Crop Cardigan
13:13
Class Wrap-Up
01:19
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Class Project Photos

Customer Reviews for Learn to Bavarian Crochet:

Average Rating:
4.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 8 customers.)

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August 16, 2014
Doreen D
I enjoyed the video and I have made two headbands I would like her to tell you or show a chart of how much yarn you need for the project and what sizes. I bought the video and I don't want to buy the book also.
For Doreen S. you can back up and fast forward by using your mouse and sliding the dot on the line on the left that shows it playing there are arrows for fast forward and back hold your mouse on different buttons and it will show you what each button does hope that helps.
July 16, 2014
Tinsley K
Overall the course is very informative but she goes too fast with the stitch demonstrations. I would recommend this course to people on an intermediate level.
June 9, 2014
Rochelle G
The video is excellent. However, the written instructions are somewhat difficult to follow. I am almost finished with the headband and will be making more as gifts.
May 3, 2014
Anne T
Have tried this stitch before as I saw it on Ravelry. Found it difficult. But found that Jenny's DVD was much easier as I like to see things done. Thanks to Jenny I am able to do this and am about to start a blanket using the square. Would recommend it. From a fellow Aussie
April 19, 2014
Doreen S
I love this class and am more than happy to have paid for it. I am crocheting this stitch now like a pro and made beautiful gifts for my family.
I have one small problem though. The videos tend to skip back to the very start when you try and play them out of sequence. it is also very difficult to find specific scenes as there is no fast forward button. This makes it difficult to find reference points.
Maybe someone could look into this?

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