Class - Beginner Crochet

$ 40.00

This class is for anyone who wants to learn how to crochet.   No experience necessary!

Have you wanted to learn how to crochet, but find yourself not knowing how to start? Are youtube tutorials too impersonal for you? Do you long to use beautiful indy dyed yarn, but don't know how to begin?  Then this class is for you. 

Renae will guide you to starting your journey as a crocheter, or bring back the love of yesteryear and refresh your memory about the skills you thought you forgot. 

Whether you have never picked up a hook or have dabbled just a bit, this class has 2 beginner patterns designed by Renae for the beginner skill level and to solidify basic stitches such as: 

  • C = Chain
  • SC = Single Crochet
  • DC = Double Crochet
  • SL ST = Slip Stitch

You'll also learn how to turn your work and how to match hook size with your  yarn.


  • Saturday Nov 17th (11am-1pm) 

Price Includes:

  • One skein of yarn (enough to make at least 2 washcloths) 
  • 2 hours of instruction
  • printed pattern (pics of finished washcloths shown)

Bring your "H" hook, or purchase one in the shop for about $4.00 

Class size is limited to 5 students.  

Pre-payment/registration IS required.  You can also call the shop 732-637-YARN to register. 

Fee is non-refundable for cancellation, but can used as a credit for a future class.  


A little bit about the instructor: 

Renae was introduced to the love of crochet over 40 years ago when her downstairs land-lady needed a way to keep a young girl, who loved to play jacks, quiet.  She made her first granny square afghan at the age of 10 from scrap yarn and was quite literally “hooked”.  Renae is an accomplished fiber artist who crochets with anything from thread to super chunky yarn and handspun.  She has crocheted many custom items & has designed and crocheted several graphghans for commissions. 


As well as being an avid and accomplished crocheter, Renae is also a hand spinner both with a drop spindle, treadle wheel and e-spinner who processes her own fiber from raw as well as spins processed top, roving and rolags.  She does embroidery, crewel, counted & stamped cross stitch and is a skilled sewer. She has also recently learned to knit and her first project was the Harvest sweater from Tin Can knits. 


PIcs shown are some of Renae's crochet work.   

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