Crochet with Attitude


I am not teaching any classes at this time.

Here's a list of the types of classes that I have taught in the past (see below for a description of each class):

  • Molas Scarf
  • Freeform Doily Wrap
  • Freeform Scarf

 If there is another class that you'd like to have, just let me know!


 Molas Scarf
Inspired by the Molas quilting technique used by the Kuna people of the San Blas Islands off the coast of Panama, this scarf will steal the show wherever you wear it! The motifs are made separately and then slip stitched together to create a stunning one-of-a-kind work of wearable art. Simple shapes are easy enough for beginners and can be made using only single crochet unless you want to show off your bullions!

Freeform Doily Wrap

Create a one-of-a-kind, show-stopping wrap using doilies you’ve purchased or made yourself! This is a great way to use doilies you’ve inherited. Or, if you have a doily addiction like me, you probably have a doily stash just waiting to be used!



Freeform Crochet Scarf

Freeform crochet scarves offer something for all skill levels. They are a great way to get started with freeform crochet, while experienced freeformers can expand their freeforming skills with a scarf. The scarf shape constrains the space in which you have to work yet allows creativity to flow. It is also a project that can be finished much more quickly than a larger garment. I can't seem to stop making them!



The Baja freeform crochet scarf was inspired by a visit to the Baja region of Mexico. It incorporates a lot of bright desert colors reminiscent of  desert flowers.

The body of the scarf is constructed in one piece from one end to the other of crocheted blocks of color worked in different stitches. Then, the flowers are crocheted and sewed on at strategic locations, and the ruffles are added along the edges of the color changes in the blocks. Finally, the fringes (a la Prudence Mapstone style) are made separately and attached.


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