What if you could find a way to switch off from work, and learn how to crochet beautiful things in just 6 weeks?
What if, in just 6 weeks, you could crochet whatever you want?
Have the skills and confidence which would allow you to read a pattern, crochet neatly and make the handmade treasures you never thought you could?
Meaning that you never have to get lost down a rabbit hole of confusing YouTube snippets, buy a newborn gift again (you’ll make it!), or wonder if you’re ‘crafty’ enough to learn a mindful skill?
If you want to learn how to crochet, and you are determined to practise,
You know that in order to join the crochet community and find a quick and reliable method into a state of mindfulness, you need clear and concise guidance that will give you clarity, motivation and support.
But you’re afraid that…
…having the confidence and skills to tackle any crochet pattern without the difficulty and confusion of learning by yourself?
My carefully planned and filmed crochet course packed full with videos, downloadable patterns, advice and guidance so that you can learn to crochet in just 6 weeks. All fully supported by me during our weekly support sessions and access to my private Facebook Group – Crafty Kilner Graduates, created exclusively for my crochet students.
Types of hook and yarn
The best way to hold the hook and yarn
Ways to make a slip knot
Chain, double, treble, half treble and slip stitch
Working in rows and working in the round
Understanding turning chains
Posture for crochet
Weave in ends
Magic ring versus chain ring
Joining a new ball of yarn
Frogging your work
Make a mobile phone case
Granny squares and joining them
Making blankets, including stripes
Amigurumi (stuffed toys)
Immediate access to the Hook Me Up course including,
Join today and you’ll get . . .
. . . In addition to everything inside of Hook Me Up I’m also going to throw in a bonus to give you a kickstart to your crochet journey.
Unlimited 1:1 email support from me for EIGHT weeks to make sure you can reach out whenever you need to, call it…
Hey there! I’m Martha Kilner,
The creator behind the Hook Me Up and founder Crafty Kilner
I am a primary school teacher – coming up to 20 years now – and mum to three littles ones.
I learned to crochet when I was on maternity leave with my second child. I was used to being busy as a primary school teacher and even though having my babies was amazing, I didn’t really feel like I was doing anything for ME.
I decided I wanted to use my maternity leave to learn something new. I wasn’t sure what – a language, watercolour painting, an instrument, knitting…
I decided upon crochet. I wasted hours googling and researching what different terms meant, what was DK and chunky? What hook did I need? Which yarn was best for a blanket? How much would I need? Eventually I learned.
Learning to crochet led me on an exciting journey to start my own business, Crafty Kilner, and selling the many things I was making and teaching crochet from my home in north east London.
During the various lockdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic school teachers around the world moved their teaching online. It was then I realised that people CAN learn online and the idea to share my crochet teaching ONLINE was born meaning I can help people around the world.
As a busy full time teacher and mum I know how hard it can be to do things for ourselves. Online modules are the perfect way to fit into your life, whatever stage you are at.
I don’t want people who are keen to learn to crochet to struggle. I want to accelerate them through the process so they can get to the point of knowing all they need to know to make beautiful things but also to quickly reach the mindful calm that crochet can bring by removing the hurdles.
I’m left handed can I still learn?
Absolutely – Learning to crochet feels awkward for everybody at first. I have taught left-handed students who manage perfectly well holding their hook in their right hand but all of my videos come in a left-handed version too if holding the hook in your left hand feels better.
Is there a lot of kit to buy?
No – all you need is a hook and yarn. I give full details in my course but for the first few weeks you only need a 6mm hook and 2-4 balls of chunky yarn (depending on how many colours you want for your granny squares). As you progress you will start building your collection of hooks and yarn but this doesn’t need to be expensive.
I did a taster session at a craft fair and I was hopeless!
The beauty of the modules is that you can play, pause and practise. Also, you have a weekly session with me on Zoom to coach you through any difficulties you might have.