Teach Some­one to Cro­chet!

Crochet World - - Beginner’s Luck -

Many of us have fond mem­o­ries of learn­ing to cro­chet from our grand­mother or mom. Pass­ing on the love of cro­chet and teach­ing the next gen­er­a­tion the joy of cre­at­ing some­thing of beauty means the art of cro­chet will be en­joyed by fu­ture gen­er­a­tions. Rita Foudray re­cently wrote to tell us how she passed on her love of cro­chet. “Many years ago, my aunt Cather­ine taught me to cro­chet when I was 9 years old. In turn, I taught my grand­daugh­ter, Marie, to cro­chet when she was 9 years old! Now a col­lege grad­u­ate, Marie is still cro­chet­ing!”

Rita (left) and her grand­daugh­ter, Marie Kadesky, (right) still cro­chet to­gether.

Rita taught her then 9-year-old grand­daugh­ter, Marie, to cro­chet.

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