• Crochet Suzette Cowl Scarf with Jane Czaja

    Jane Czaja demonstrates how to make this beautiful Cowl Scarf using a chunky, variegated yarn.

    Suzette stitch uses a simple chain, with an alternating double and treble stitch across the row. Thus producing a soft flat stitch ideal for a scarf.

    There are tips on being careful when using a v...

  • Crochet Moss Stitch with Jane Czaja

    Jane demonstrates how to crochet this stitch using Aran yarn and a 5mm hook with 31 stitches. This gives her project a finished size of approximated 36inches.  You could use chunky yarn with a 6mm hook and this would make the project bigger. Alternatively DK with a 4mm hook would make the project...

  • Crochet Edging for a Hexagon Blanket with Jane Czaja

    Once the various hexagon shapes have been sewn together, you need to tackle the outside edge. And in this workshop Jane shows you how to do this.

    She starts with a 2 chain into which she works trebles. And she shows how to pivot both at the point of the hexagon shape and also once you get down...

  • Crochet Crunchy Tablet Cosy with Jane Czaja

    Jane makes this useful tablet cosy in crunchy stitch which is a simple combination of half-treble and slipstitch.

    The cosy is very easy to adjust for size as its made as a single vertical piece, but even when you've completed it if you find it a little snug, then Jane comes up with a very clev...

  • Crochet Bracelets with Jane Czaja

    This delightful little bracelet has a shell motive and a button hole. Jane takes you through how to make these.

    You get to practise all three basic crochet stitches: double crochet, half treble and treble in the making of this. Here Jane has used double knit and a 4.5m hook.

    Moreover, if yo...

  • Crochet Triangle Huggy Cushion with Jane Czaja

    Classes with Jane Czaja

    Jane is working this delightful triangle cushion in Seriously Chunky wool by Cygnet using a size 9 hook.
    To start work on the cushion you first need to create a chain. Jane shares with us a great tip on how to keep your tension correct just for this starter row. And perhaps you can think of chang...

  • Classes with Sarah Hatton

    7 videos

    Sarah Hatton was born in St Albans and spent the early part of her life based in Hertfordshire. Taught to knit at the age of five, Sarah has always had a love of textiles and had a passion for dressing up. As a teenager she showed a flare for customising her own clothes and was always up to the m...

  • Classes with Jane Czaja

    25 videos

    Jane has worked with crochet, knitting and fabric since childhood, with crochet being her special passion. Currently, Jane works as a freelance technical editor for “Inside Crochet” magazine, where she checks patterns to make sure that they work.  She also contributes designs and patterns to the ...

  • Classes with Rosee Woodland

    27 videos

    Rosee is an expert in knit/crochet/sew pattern design, with a gift for helping knitters and crocheters get to grips with the basics. After cutting her teeth as editor of The Knitter and Knit Today magazines, Rosee decided it was time to fly solo! She enjoys passing on her love of all things wooll...

  • Crochet Poppy with Gaynor White

    Using Chunky Yarn and a size 4 hook Gaynor White shows a quick and easy method for crocheting a poppy.

    These simple to follow instructions and handy tips are ideal for beginners to crochet.

    Utilising half trebles, chains and slip stitches this 3 petal poppy grows quickly. Adding a leaf to y...

  • Crochet for Left-handers with Sarah Hatton

    Sarah explains just how different it is to crochet if you are left-handed. She gives you some tips on what you need to look out for and what to think about when it comes to your patterns.

    Once you have mastered this, you can move on to

  • TASTER: Crochet Suzette Cowl Scarf with Jane Czaja

    Jane Czaja demonstrates how to make this beautiful Cowl Scarf using a chunky, variegated yarn.

    Suzette stitch uses a simple chain, with an alternating double and treble stitch across the row. Thus producing a soft flat stitch ideal for a scarf.

    There are tips on being careful when using a v...

  • Granny Crochet Cushion with Jane Czaja

    Jane shows you how to create a lovely cushion using the basic granny square.
    Perfect to rest your head on or fit in the small of your  back.
    Any size of cushion is possible.  It all depends on the size of the cushion pad and the amount of wool.
    In order to make this cushion Jane demonstrates two ...

  • TASTER: Crochet Moss Stitch with Jane Czaja

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    Jane demonstrates how to crochet this stitch using Aran yarn and a 5mm hook with 31 stitches. This gives her project a finished size of approximated 36inches.  You could use chunky yarn with a 6mm hook and this would make the project bigger. Alternatively DK with a 4mm hook would make the project...

  • Star Crochet Hexagons : Hexagon Crochet Series Part 3 with Jane Czaja

    This is the third hexagon design that Jane shares and again she uses 5mm hook and aran yarn. You start by making a ring and then you need to make half trebles. The second round is really important and this uses groups of trebles.

    To turn the star into a hexagon, you need to complete a total of...

  • TASTER: Crochet Edging for a Hexagon Blanket with Jane Czaja

    FREE Tasters (Crochet)

    Once the various hexagon shapes have been sewn together, you need to tackle the outside edge. And in this workshop Jane shows you how to do this.

    She starts with a 2 chain into which she works trebles. And she shows how to pivot both at the point of the hexagon shape and also once you get down...

  • Plain Crochet Hexagons: Hexagons Crochet Series Part 1 with Jane Czaja

    Jane creates this plain hexagon crochet shape with a 5mm hook using aran weight yarn. She says you could also work it in double knitting with a 4mm hook.

    You will see how to start the centre of the hexagon with a ring, which can be a little tricky. Then Jane takes us through the 1st and 2nd ro...

  • Treble Crochet Stitch with Jane Czaja
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    Treble Crochet Stitch with Jane Czaja

    All You Need to Know About Crocheting Series with Jane Czaja

    Treble crochet stitch is deeper when finished than double. In this sample workshop Jane uses the same chain length of 10 stitches, so you can really see the difference.

    Also, Jane covers how to start and how to keep the project edges straight. So, not gaining or losing any stitches, and then h...

  • Flower Crochet Hexagons: Hexagon Crochet Series Part 2 with Jane Czaja

    The flower crochet hexagon is Jane's favourite. Here she shares with you how to make the units using a 5 chain starter ring. Into this you need to make clusters of part trebles.

    Jane suggest you might like to think about changing the colour, to make the flower more interesting and Jane takes y...

  • TASTER: Crochet Bracelets with Jane Czaja

    This delightful little bracelet has a shell motive and a button hole. Jane takes you through how to make these.

    You get to practise all three basic crochet stitches: double crochet, half treble and treble in the making of this. Here Jane has used double knit and a 4.5m hook.

    Moreover, if yo...