I found a plain doily and added blue freeform thread! Fun and interesting experiment. This is the table on our boat! Continue reading A nautical doily
We are moving to Australia for four months . I am hoping to find lots of dedication time to this blog and also spend some time on my next project which is Book 2. I need a name for it. Suggestions very welcome! 💛🧡💙💚💜❤️ Continue reading October 2019 update
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9eVPpuzATrOO_KDvi072Dw?view_as=subscriber If you havn’t already found them, do check out my free YouTube Channel! See Roz Hill tutorials at the above link! Continue reading How to latch hook Crochet!! free videos…
I guess I aught to have a full list of up and coming events, but for now ( as I practice updating this blog) I can anounce my workshop at Market Drayton Library on the Friday1st November. All are welcome. It is intended as drop in workshop where I will introduce beginners in learning how to use a latch hook to begin making an easy chain legnth bracelet. I will be available to ask questions about this new latch hooking hobby. Continue reading Library workshop Event
One of my latest utube videos shows how to teach step by step latch hook crochet! Do check it out and let me know how you get on. Here is the link to the video. A resource for those who would like to teach someone to crochet Continue reading Have you ever tried to teach someone to crochet?
There is a lot to do here on my wordpress blog so please bare with me.First I am trying out the new block editor which is taxing my brain. Alot!!! see I can now make a list!! lol!! Main thing is the Book 1 ‘Latch Crochet for Beginners is now available on the book depository for just £3.07 … What a bargain she says!!!! I am doing workshops over the school hols at The British Ironworks Oswestry. I have started doing library workshops too… watch this space! I am hoping to get into my first school in September to teach … Continue reading August 2019 update
Did you know the answer? A latch hook is usually used for making rag rugs or hooked rugs. It is slightly similar to a traditional crochet hook but it a latch to hold the yarn when a loop is pulled … Continue reading What is a latch hook?