Crochet Me Workshop Design Your Own Crocheted Hat with Robyn Chachula DVD

Design your own crocheted hat in any style and any stitch with expert Robyn Chachula.
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Design Your Own Hat!

Designer and author Robyn Chachula walks you through the process of designing your own crocheted hat, whether simple or complex in design. You’ll start by choosing the right yarn for your project, pick out a stitch pattern that is easy to shape, and explore hat fashions, from berets to caps, newsboy brims, slouchy hats, and even a floppy sunhat.

With Design Your Own Crocheted Hat with Robyn Chachula, you’ll learn:

• The step-by-step process for fi guring out the all the math for row by row stitch counts based on your chosen stitch pattern

• Shaping techniques for circular, cone, pointed, and even flat crochet hats based on the style of hat you want to crochet

• Finishing techniques such as brims, ear flaps, and embellishments to showcase your personality

• And much, much more!

PLUS, included with this DVD is a worksheet Robyn uses for her crochet classes that makes designing even easier! And, Robyn has also included two of her popular hat patterns, the Crochet Bobble Beret and Street Smart Hat, both downloadable from this DVD.

No matter what your style, Robyn’s guide to crocheting one-of-a-kind hats will improve your crochet design skills and leave you with original accessories to cap off your wardrobe.

SKU: 11CR10

Author/Speaker/Editor: Robyn Chachula

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596685550

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About the Author
A structural engineer by trade, crochet designer Robyn Chachula specializes in breaking down crochet designs into easy-to-understand steps. Author of Blueprint Crochet: Modern Designs for the Visual Crocheter, Baby Blueprint Crochet, and Simply Crochet (all published by Interweave), Robyn uses her engineering background and the universal language of crochet symbols to marry more challenging stitch patterns with modern designs for all skill levels. She is also the crochet expert on Knit and Crochet Today, shown on Public Television.


SKU: 11CR10

Author/Speaker/Editor: Robyn Chachula

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596685550

Customer Reviews

Design Your Own Crochet Hat with Robyn chachula Review by Carolyn Rash

I received my video workshop today and listened to it right away. I has great information in it and she covered everything that I need to get going with designing. I am a self taught crocheter and have never used symbols and now that I can use them the sky is the limit. I now have the tools to become a better crocheter and be able to make my own designs. Thank you so much for your web site. I never would of found it if I hadn't been looking on the internet searching for how to design your own crochet pattern. Sincerely Carolyn J. Rash

(Posted on 9/27/2011)

(Posted on 9/27/2011)

At the right time! Review by Mary Bordi

I've been crocheting lots of hats lately, following other people's patterns. I kept thinking I should be able to figure out how to use some interesting stitches to make my own pattern but it was just too much to think about. I am not good at math, besides. Well, as soon as I saw this workshop I bought and downloaded it so I could watch it right away. Instant gratification! Robyn showed me techniques that were answers to some of my current questions about planning my own design: measuring, choosing a stitch pattern, increasing in the round while maintaining the pattern or making a flat rectangle that is seamed and drawn in at the top. And more. I am an intermediate crocheter but I think a beginner with a few projects under the belt would not find this too advanced. You learn as you go! Robyn stresses that it's up to us to be creative. She just shows us the mechanics (and math). She has a comfortable style but is not overly polished (like, say, a news reporter who is just reading what someone else has written). It's like being in a class or learning from a neighbor. For me this workshop turned up at exactly the right time. And as I said, the download was instant gratification!

(Posted on 6/29/2011)

(Posted on 6/29/2011)