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Hi! I'm Donna Wolfe from Naztazia https://naztazia.com In this video I show you how to crochet for complete beginners. This video is the RIGHT HAND version of a two-part series designed for the absolute beginner of crochet - as well as crocheters who want to review basic concepts. You will learn the very basics like how to select yarn, determine a crochet hook size, make a slip knot, crochet a chain (CH) , and make a single crochet (SC) . You will learn other topics like how to turn your work, as well as finish crocheting projects. Watch how I show you the best ways to weave in your ends to ensure your project doesn't come undone! At the end you will learn how to make a quick, easy, and simple dish cloth.
If you need the LEFT HAND version, please click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM-d8WjfN8M&feature=youtu.be
If you are finding it too difficult to hold the hook and yarn all at once, try one of my other easier videos that just require the use of your hands and fingers with the yarn:
Easy Video #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFa4y_uM6Dk&list=PL-Wznh_zZEy-aIBb1v9lDSyzzQbn7s0xT
Easy Video #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1XxZIF4zoI&list=PL-Wznh_zZEy9VhQf21UF8UMnvqyhKHPUf
Remember that crochet takes a lot of practice! Don't worry if it takes you a few thousand tries to get it right - that is completely normal!
For more free crochet patterns, tips, tricks, and tutorials, please go to https://naztazia.com
Please help me add subtitles to this video in other languages: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=eqca00LdmAc
Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Just a reminder this is the RIGHT-HAND version of "How to Crochet for Beginners" - if you are looking for the LEFT-HAND version - be sure to go here instead: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM-d8WjfN8M
Also - if a part goes too fast or too slow for you - use the PAUSE button on the video then rewind or fast-forward the video to accommodate your own personal learning style.
Maybe try one of my other beginner type of crochet videos - ones that don't use a hook. Once you get used to those, this one might make more sense: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Wznh_zZEy-aIBb1v9lDSyzzQbn7s0xT
how do you keep your stitches all the same size? I've been trying to make a chain but it always starts out very tight and gets very loose by stitch 7 or so. Yours are an even medium size. Is it just practice? I'm used to embroidery so doing something this three dimensional is frustrating to me
I love the idea of making something and I don't think my brain can get this! I saw a video on making bags out of plastic bags and really want to make one! I'm hopeless :( ... at least I can cook though.. lol.
It just comes with practice. Maybe try tunisian crochet? The stitches are technically crochet, but the concept is more like knitting. Here's one of my really old videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EdRuM6I-3w
I never thought I was smart enough to crochet. I bought an instruction book for beginers but it just looked like a bunch of lines and knots on a page. The book didn't explain well how to physically do the patterns. I knew I needed someone to show me but classes were expensive and most people with the skill keep it like a special secret or they just want you to buy their work not teach you how to do your own. Thank you for being simplistic and clear. I feel confident I can do this.
I'm a complete newbie to crochet at the ripe old age of 51 and I am grateful for the tutorial. Your video was clear and concise and very easy to follow. My technique sucks at the moment, but you give me some hope that I can pull this off. Thank you so much.
Thank you so much for this video! I've never crocheted before and have never been able to knit cause it's so much hassle, I may have needed to redo it numerous times to get the hang of it and dropped a few stitches but I gotta say looking pretty darn good for having never crocheted before
This is art..absolute art making life giving thing with just threads and lots of patience..you are great. These days women are forgetting this loving relationship building way like our old great ladies did, tieing up the whole family working after day by day. You really remind me those goldis. Love and respect from Nerd guy.
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