You're comfortable with your crochet skills, patterns read easily and make sense to you but the endless lines of pattern-speak and trying to keep track of where you are on the page drives you crazy! Do you wish there was an easier way to "see" your pattern? There is with crochet charts! Crochet pattern symbols actually resemble their "real" stitch counterparts and graphing them out into a chart makes them easier to read and it is easier to see where the pattern is going. We'll start out with a few simple exercises to familiarize you with the symbols, how to read them, and by the end of the class you’ll be transcribing all your patterns into easy to read charts.
Prerequisite: Crochet I and Crochet II or equivalent Instructor: Sara Delaney Date: Saturday, 11/2/13 Time: 10:30am - 1:30pm Materials Required:
100 yds each, 2 colors, worsted weight yarn of your choice
Crochet hook size G/4.00mm and H/5.00mm
Standard graph paper pad - one sheet will not be enough
Several sharp pencils (colored pencils are great)
Your crochet tool kit (scissors, tape measure, Susan Bates Knit Check, locking ring markers or safety pins without coils, tapestry needle, pencil or pen)