#128 Basic Crochet Garment Design for First Time Designers

Basic crochet garment design isn’t nearly as difficult as you think.

It can be, but it doesn’t have to be. Before you dive into your first design it’s good to have a feel for basic crochet garment design and the ways sweaters, tops and cardigans can come together. Here to help you understand the basics and get a little extra confidence boost is, Emily, crochet designer behind Hooked Hazel.

Emily brings many talents to the crochet industry but she really has a nack for designing and making garments. In this episode of The BHooked Podcast you’ll hear an abundance of her knowledge. She shares her experience with designing garments that are both functional, pretty and easy to make.

crochet garment design with Hooked Hazel
special guest

Emily, Hooked Hazel

Emily is the talented maker and designer behind Hooked Hazel, popular crochet blog and Instagram page. Emily has been crocheting for many years but started Hooked Hazel in 2016 as a way to share her passion and connect with others in the fiber community.

Website | Hooked Hazel

Instagram | @hookedhazel

resources

Mentioned in this Episode


Standard Body Measurements/Sizing | a great resource from The Craft Yarn Council for common measurements, ease guidelines and how to measure

Today’s questions came from @Itkcuties; @safa.crochet; @ @unwindbylujain and @divinedebris on Instagram


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About the Show

On the show, Brittany aims to inspire you and help you grow in your craft. Through her own stories and the stories of each special guest, you’ll discover tips and tricks to improve your crochet and knitting skills and find inspiration to make something that makes you happy.

When you want to kick back and learn from yarn industry experts, grab some yarn and turn on The BHooked Podcast. There’s never a shortage of all things crochet, knitting or yarn.

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