"Crochet is an accessible art that comes with a license to be prolific". --Francine Toukou
I enjoy crochet and believe it to be therapeutically relaxing as well as useful.
You can learn crochet in a few sessions (10-29) and use it all your life.
Here's the pattern I use for my crochet classes:
- Making a chain
- Single crochet into space
- Corners and Rounds (st in st)
- Fastening off
[project completed: coaster/washcloth] Time taken: 1-2 sessions
- Single crochet into foundation chain
- Double crochet
- Shell edging (multiple sts in a st)
- Reverse crochet
[project completed: shawl/scarf] Time taken: 3-7 sessions
- Other stitch types
- Moss stitch
- Picot mesh
- Granny square
- Connecting panels
[project completed: afghan] Time taken: 5-10 sessions
- Other topics as suggested by discussion in class
[project completed: student choice] Time taken: 1-10 sessions
I believe in making sure an exchange is mutually beneficial. To ensure you get the best value on my services, I like to negotiate non-package rates on an individual basis, at the end of the first session.
Prices are dependent on number of sessions, subject matter covered, etc.
A usual rate for services in this category is $14/hr.
Discounts are available. Ask how to get up to 50% off. Ask about a limited number of no-cost lessons.
Lincoln Sayger's Lessons operates mainly in Okaloosa County, Florida. In-person lessons outside the county require a travel surcharge.
Sometimes, a companion along the path of learning is sufficient. If you need help with something I haven't listed (and something I don't know very well), I offer a special program for that. Subject to my approval (for example, I won't attempt things where lack of expertise could be physically dangerous), I'll learn along with you, and you get a greatly reduced rate.
Lincoln Sayger has a bachelor of arts in communications from the University of West Florida. Since 2002, he has taught children and adults in many subjects.