In the follow-up to my first, beginner, Craftsy class, build on your basic crochet skills to make classic fabrics like shells and ripples (AKA chevrons or zigzags), textured fabrics like bobbles and popcorns, and learn the basic concepts behind cables and lace, including how to make post stitches and why math is important (and not scary). I spend a fair bit of time in class outlining how sweaters are constructed, so you’ll feel comfortable and confident choosing your first sweater pattern to follow. I’ve even included a simple baby-sweater pattern in the class materials so you can get your feet wet with my hand to hold if you want it. Along those lines, I also cover basic seaming and edging techniques, how to make buttonholes, and how to block your projects so your finished items look fabulous. Craftsy has an amazing online classroom that allows you to re-watch the same 30 seconds of video over and over again if you need to really see something, and you can speed up or slow down the video at any time, too. I check in on my class regularly to answer questions – as with all Craftsy classes, access to the teacher is included.