Customer Reviews for Learn to Tunisian Crochet
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October 27, 2015
I learned to do the Tunisian crochet a long time ago but wanted to do a refresher course. Kim is an excellent teacher; I will recommend her class to my sister who wants to learn to crochet. I think Tunisian is so much easier to learn! I made the hat with 4ply knitting worsted, it turned out a little bit big but it will be very warm. Thank you Kim Gusman.
July 6, 2015
I've wanted to learn Tunisian crochet for a while. The class, instructor Kim, and the projects are great, with easy to follow instructions. Thanks for a great class.
June 29, 2015
Having never even picked up a crochet hook in my life but suddenly having the urge to learn I was blown away with the ease of the classes. I'm sure I am not yet proficient however with practice and the ability to refer back to the classes I'm sure I will eventually master a quality result. Just one thing though I live in Australia, and I would love to have the opportunity to purchase product from Annie's. I needed to order Tunisian crochet hooks on eBay as they do not appear to be readily available in Australia for less than $50 for one hook. The hooks, a full set, for less than $10 are on their way.
April 18, 2015
An excellent class and a wonderful instructor. It was an easy-to-follow class that showed the stitches very clearly. Kim has such a kind and calm way of teaching. And the patterns are great. Thank you. I can highly recommend this class.
March 25, 2015
This was an excellent class from Annie's. I was able to follow Kim step-by-step as I learned how to do the Tunisian stitch. I was able to see exactly where each stitch was placed and it made it easier to complete the projects. Thanks for the great class!
August 5, 2014
This was another great class from Annie's and Kim Gussman. It was very easy to follow and the patterns were super. Living in FL I don't get to use the scarf and winter hat patterns very much. I did find there is a nice market for these at craft sales and make super gifts for my family in KY. One bonus that I've found in both Tunisian crochet classes is that the instructor does not "beat a dead horse". I mean that I don't have to sit through the basic pattern for so long that I lose interest. The repeat function is a wonder! If I have trouble I simply replay that section until I get it and don't have to use the slide bar to try to find the correct location. Way to go Annie's Attic! I would recommend this course to anyone wanting to learn Tunisian crochet.
June 12, 2014
Kim is an excellent instructor! I greatly appreciate how easy it is to see the stitches she is making and how down to earth she is. I love Tunisian Crochet!
April 6, 2014
Kim is a wonderful instructor -- kind, informative and creative. I began making afghans at age 22 and was introduced to afghan (Tunisian) stitch making a 5 strip afghan of coordinating colors that were then pieced together. Kim answered all my questions promptly and solved my wool allergy problem with alternate yarn suggestions. I'm still having problems with the headband on the man's cap, but I'm continuing to work on it. Also, as soon as I have the time, I plan to take the Cables and Lace class. Thanks, Kim, for offering such wonderful classes!
February 25, 2014
Five stars for Kim. Instructions were very clear. My scarf is about done. Tunisian crochet is so beautiful I would like to see some finished items. I wonder if there is a book of photos of Tunisian Crochet finished items.
February 16, 2014
The class is great and Kim is very good at it too. I just had problems with the purl stitches. I kept loosing stitches on each row I started. So I pull it out and I am going to start it over.