2019 Spring Class

Crochet Beginner/Intermediate

Instructor: Carole Fitzgerald

Wednesdays •  3/20-5/8 • 1:00-3:00 PM

Location: Jewett 291

Students will learn the following stitches, abbreviations, and symbols: chain, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, front post crochet and back post crochet, and slip stitch. They will also learn other terms such as front and back loops. They will learn to read patterns, will design their own scarf, and make a beanie hat (with or without ear flaps). Materials will be provided.

Intermediate students will first review stitches, abbreviations, and symbols. They will practice with a rectangle made with different stitches, simple patterns, and a symbol pattern. They will make a three-dimensional object. All students will choose a variety of projects from patterns designed by the teacher, ie a hat with front and back post stitches, a stuffed 6 inch bear, a scarf and a baby blanket. Their final project will be a design by them in conjunction with the teacher. Materials will be provided. Studio

Class size 5-20 students
10 seats remaining


Carole Fitzgerald learned to crochet 45 years ago from her mother in law and has had a variety of her patterns published. She taught crochet at Michaels, Joann’s and at Stevens Elementary School and Stevenson Middle School in Houston, Texas.