By Jenna M. Gilmore
If you're just learning how to crochet, then you know how badly you need beginners crochet patterns. Obviously, you, like me, cannot do advanced patterns, but more importantly, we need beginners crochet patterns to better our skills, while creating.
Patterns are numerous but, boy oh boy, do they take a lot of work to find. I should know, since I spent a lot of time researching and finding them. In the end, I realized most offline places, like libraries, had limited information on patterns for beginners, and instead had a lot of advanced stuff.
Once you find some templates for beginners, you find that they either have incomplete instructions, directions, and examples or worse - they aren't really patterns for beginners; they are for advanced skill sets. What a bummer!
Take heart though, I found a way to save time and avoid disappointment while searching for easy patterns, and shall I add, ones that I actually liked?
That is a drawback of some simple patterns, as taste and style might suffer for lack of ease. I guess, as beginners who must use beginners crochet patterns, I have no choice to forego creative flair, but it is still a little disappointing. At least it keeps me motivated; whenever I want to make more difficult items, I look at my collection of templates and remind myself, I'm on my way!
Chances are, you too are also well on your way. If you weren't' then you wouldn't be taking the time to read about beginners patterns, and how to find ones you love. If you're willing to take the time and research patterns you can easily do, then I suggest you take it a step further and purchase a collection of beginners patterns you love. You'll be glad you did, trust me, I know.
Jenna M. Gilmore is an arts and crafts hobbyist, a crochet expert, and director of ArtsAndCraftOnline.Com. Jenna provides reliable tips, techniques, and advice on things like Crocheting Patterns and much more.
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