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Customer Reviews for Learn to Bavarian Crochet

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Average Rating:
5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 36 customers.)

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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?
March 2, 2014
Karen S
I love this class. I have seen the pattern many times and get lost after a few large shells. I made a beautiful scarf for my daughter-in-law for Christmas and she was so happy. I can't wait to try the squares, that is what I am working on now. The video is fantastic!! Nice job.
February 14, 2014
Mary Ann S
I just love this class! Could understand everthing I was being shown. I can go at my own pace until I get it right.It was interesting and well said! Will tell all my friends and family to try this class! Thank you so much for having this class!
December 29, 2013
Sharon D
I have learnt so much more than I thought I would. The tutorial is wonderful as I can stop and start at any stage and work at my own pace. I'm Australian but didn't find it difficult to get used to the American terminology because of the way that Jenny presents!!
I was given a 'swatch' of this stitch years ago by a friends grandmother and 'created' a pattern by pulling it carefully apart. It has been used for baby blankets and looks stunning. Thanks to Jenny I can go beyond the blankets and I'm thinking about trying the stitch using cotton to create a table runner.