But the truth is, not everyone can do all of these things effortlessly; These are common, everyday frustrations for most crocheters.
Most crocheters are not experts (and not for a lack of trying).
It’s normal for most crocheters to struggle, and:
- Not be able to read patterns or charts
- Have too few (or too many) stitches at the end of every row
- Have uneven stitches and fabric
- Want to crochet more than scarves and blankets
And, you might be tired of wasting time and yarn…
searching through free patterns and being disappointed (wasting time searching instead of crocheting)
following patterns that make you feel confused and overwhelmed (even the “easy” ones)
making projects that don’t look like the examples (even when you follow all the steps)
not being able to work out the right size (is is the hook, tension, or yarn)
But that’s okay; just knowing that there is more to learn is half the battle!
When you value your crochet time, you want to shorten the time between frustration and finished project.
I get it.
That’s why I put together something crocheters can follow when they want to get better results: Skill Building Crochet Challenge