Crochet Finishing Techniques Download in HD

This video workshop with Robyn Chachula will help you learn how to finish your crochet beautifully-and it's perfect for crocheters of all levels!
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With Robyn’s video, your crochet will be spectacular as you finish your work beautifully!
Crochet Finishing Techniques
Crochet Finishing Techniques with Robyn Chachula
Block, Seam, Cut, Edge, and Close your Crochet!
Crochet Finishing Techniques Spacer 15x15 pixels At the end of every crochet pattern is a short paragraph of finishing directions. Those few sentences can be the difference between a fabulous garment and a flop—but those skills can seem like a secret code.

With Robyn Chachula’s video, you can give your work the polished details and accents that transform it from fine to fantastic.

In this 98-minute video you will learn:
  • How to spray, wash, or steam block pieces
  • When to use different sewn and crocheted joins
  • Why and how to (gasp!) cut your work
  • Where crocheted edgings can join and enhance crochet
  • How to close pieces with buttons, zippers, frogs, and more
Beginner to expert crocheters will find the keys to success in this video workshop.
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Crochet Finishing Techniques with Robyn Chachula
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Robyn Chachula Bio

SKU: EP8387

Author/Speaker/Editor: Robyn Chachula

File Type: MP4

Format: High Definition Video Download

Customer Reviews

A most excellent class! Review by Jody

First of all I am a big fan of Robin's patterns and her bubbly personality! One of the first things she mentions is how she wants her garments to be finished in a high- end (my words), polished manner. I, too, want my garments to be finished beautifully. This is addressed in the class and she helps with ideas for when a mistake is made. You can't beat the price of the class even if you don't get it on sale I have learned so much from internet classes. I am left handed and when I first started watching video classes or segments on YouTube, I would focus on the teacher's hands and found it very confusing. Once I started focusing on the stitch being made rather than the hands; I felt that a new world opened for me. You will thoroughly enjoy this class!

(Posted on 6/27/14)