Fun & Fantastic Textured Crochet Stitches: Craftsy Class Review and Giveaway!

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Fun & Fantastic Textured Crochet Stitches is a new Craftsy class aimed at the advanced beginner – covering textured stitches! It’s taught by designer Beth Graham, and I watched it just last week – and now I get to give one enrollment away to one of you!

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First let me tell you a bit about this fantastic class. Fun & Fantastic Textured Crochet Stitches includes 15+ easy-to-work stitch patterns, as well as practice with a scarf project. It’s like a video stitch dictionary!

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Beth Graham teaches you how to use stitch multiples, how to create clustered stitch patterns, post stitch patterns, and some great variations!

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In this class you also learn how to create simple textures with sideways ribbing, cobbles, crunch stitch, and there are entire chapters dedicated to puff stitches, bobbles and popcorn stitches. There’s also a chapter on post stitches – and some great ways to use them!

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The class finishes up with a chapter that includes a couple of the more complex textured stitch patterns – both lovely!

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I really like the way Beth explained stitch multiples – a tricky concept to try to explain sometimes, but so great to know. She also touches on designing your own project right away, which is really fantastic.

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We share a love of stitch markers as well – so handy! And I really like how she takes the basic stitches that she teaches a step further, incorporating them into some fantastic stitch patterns. This is a class you can reference again and again!

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Fun & Fantastic Textured Crochet Stitches is ready for you now – enroll today! Like all Craftsy classes, you watch at your own pace – you have access forever! Or you can take your chances and enter to win a free enrollment, courtesy of Beth, in the rafflecopter form below!

The Fun & Fantastic Textured Crochet Stitches Giveaway  on Moogly is open Worldwide and ends 1/25/16 at 12:15am CST. To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below. If you are on mobile and have difficulty entering, please use a desktop computer to enter. Only the email option is mandatory – all other options are optional, for bonus entries only.

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  1. 1

    Judy says

    Thank you for the opportunity to win a free class enrollment. I’ve always wanted to take a Craftsy class, but the budget is stretched too tight right now, and this would be both a useful and fun prize to win. Thank you for all you do for your blog followers, Tamara. I’ve learned so much since I subscribed to your site!

  2. 3

    Sandra Tregaskis says

    I really hope I won this so I can add new stitches to hats and scarves I donate to hats for cancer. Thank you for the opportunity to win

  3. 4

    Glenda Moore says

    Thanks for the chance to win your class. I have been tempted to take one of your classes for a long time. Here’s hoping!

  4. 5

    Heather says

    Thanks for the class giveaway! I have a book of different crochet stitches, but find it super hard to sit down & teach myself; taking this class would definitely help!

  5. 8

    Judi says

    Thank for another wonderful opportunity to possibly win a free Craftsy class. I look forward everyday to checking out what neat project you have you share. I have made several of your designs and I look forward to learn and do more. Keep up the great work.

    • 10

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Divina! This is the Lover’s Knot, or Solomon’s Knot stitch. I don’t have a tutorial for it yet myself, but there are others out there if you google it!

  6. 12

    says

    You are giving us a great sneak preview fo this new Craftsy class. It sounds inspiring and love to learn new stitches and get great tips to move to another level of crochet. Thanks for giving to chance to win this class. Now I am hoping thaty luck is with me.

    Have a great day, Margaret

  7. 14

    Sue carpenter says

    Thank you for offering the chance to win an enrollment…. Would love to win and have the opportunity to learn more about crochet stitches.

  8. 15

    Cynthia walker says

    So many new things to learn in this class. Would love to win this class. Thank you for offering the chance to win it!

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    Teresa stroebel says

    I love crochet. I learned from video more than read. .. I did to learned from blanket and scarf , hat . Also. I make to new one butterfly .. Hope so. Win. I wish to DVD. But I can’t make to buy DVD. .. I. Do to love knitting. I am deaf woman.

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    Barbara Farmer says

    I’ve always wanted to take a craftsy class. These stitches are so beautiful I would love to learn all of them but then I’d never put down my hook!

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