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This is the final lesson in the Learn to Crochet series. In the previous lessons we learned how to start and finish a project, and the basic crochet stitches. Now let’s put those techniques together in a different way to make a granny square! Learn how to work in the round instead of in rows, and how to work into chain spaces.
After this lesson, you will have all the tools you need to try some easy patterns. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for a list of suggested patterns to try.
Most of my regular readers are already accomplished crocheters. If any of you know someone who might want to learn, please pass this along!
The Learn to Crochet Series
If you’ve never picked up a hook before, and don’t quite know where to start, the Learn to Crochet Series is designed just for you. You can find the entire Learn to Crochet series here. This series of tutorials goes through how to get started, and some of the most basic stitches and techniques. Now that we’ve reached the end of the series, you should be ready to test your skills with some beginner patterns!
Some Easy Patterns to Try:
- Granny Square Gift Card Envelope
- 5 Minute Wine Glass Charms
- Seed Stitch Bow
- Rainbow Cake
- Mesh Tube Scarf
- Streeterville Cowl