In this class, instructor Robyn Chachula shares her love and passion for crochet by taking you into the world of creative crochet jewelry. She has gathered together her favorite crochet and jewelry-making techniques to share with you to create five gorgeous jewelry pieces while learning many valuable skills you'll apply to all your crocheting.
The beautiful class projects—Pansy Cuffs, Flower Motif Necklace, Snowflake Earrings, Pineapple Pendant Necklace and Golden Petals Ring--are presented both as written instructions and in symbol patterns. With clear explanation and large, on-screen examples, Robyn takes the mystery and fear out of reading symbol diagrams. She'll also explain how to crochet jewelry with classic materials such as thread and beads, plus how to work with unusual materials such as wire, leather and hemp.
Later in the class, Robyn will demonstrate simple jewelry-making skills to construct the projects, such as how to join motifs with jump rings and how to shape a wire motif into a beautiful ring. Finally, you'll explore creative ideas for using motifs far beyond jewelry and into home decor and art pieces. When you complete this class, you will have many new skills to make your next crochet project a complete success.
In this class, you'll learn:
- Which materials work best for creating beautiful crochet jewelry pieces
- How to read crochet symbol diagrams alongside written instructions
- Basic jewelry-making skills and how to use them with crochet motifs
- How to crochet with wire, leather and other materials
- Two easy bead crochet techniques
- How to transform motifs into amazing works of art
- How to block and stiffen motifs into permanent shapes
Confident beginner crocheters able to chain, slip stitch, work single, half double, double and treble crochet stitches will be able to successfully complete this class.
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.