Learn Yarn Substitutions for Crochet Class DVD
Join Robin as she unlocks the mystery of yarn substitution. Learn how to choose the best yarn for any projectŚgarments, home decor items, bags and more. Discover how to decipher yarn labels to find the fiber content, yardage and weight, and discover which of these attributes is the most important. You'll see which yarns drape well, which are light and cool, and which are durable. And, you'll learn which versatile yarn has the same qualities as either wool or cotton!
In this video class you'll learn how to:
- Recognize the 3 families of yarn: plant, animal and acrylic.
- Know when to substitute between yarn families, and when not to.
- Determine which yarns drape the best for garments.
- Tell which yarns are more durable and long-lasting.
- Select a yarn that showcases the stitch pattern.
- Choose yarns to avoid wool allergies.
- Work a beautiful lattice stitch pattern.
- Make 3 exclusive crochet patterns: Light & Lacy Purse, Lattice Stitch Pillow and Raspberry Cowl.
Note: Annie's DVD video classes include a CD with downloadable and printable class project instructions, materials lists and diagrams. DVDs are compatible with North American DVD players, and PC and Macintosh computer systems. All Annie's online classes and DVDs have closed captioning.
Video Length: 1 Hours 42 Minutes
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April 4, 2016
WoW! Class was through, Robyn doesn't talk down to you but she covers each point to help you understand a complex subject. Her project choices are varied which helps you to see the way the yarn functions in a pattern and in the finished product. She also gives you a worksheet to guide you in your yarn selection. I've found that these days I know more about the yarn than helpful sales people in stores and that lead to poor yarn choices and a less than satisfactory outcome. I now have a tool to help me make better selections. I learned what I needed! I'll be looking for her videos again!
February 15, 2016
This video have a lot of information to be processed. I viewed it once and need to view it again to get all the information down. I inherited a yarn stash and don't know how to use these yarns correctly without the finished item looking completely odd.