The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet Ebook

I am so excited to finally be writing this post. For the past few weeks, I’ve been working on putting together my very first ebook, The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet! I’ve been busy writing out patterns, taking pictures, filming videos, and editing everything to create this.  I hope this is something that would be a resource for anyone who wants to learn crochet. So, whether you’re new to crochet or just want something to  help you brush up on your skills, here it is!

The Beginner's Guide to Crochet

Everything in this book is designed to be something a beginner can make and customize. When I learned, I had to look everywhere for tutorials and videos to help me out. The Beginner’s Guide eliminates that and puts everything you need in one place. Also, the patterns in this book would make perfect handmade gifts for loved ones as the holidays approach. I made sure to include something for every age and gender!

Look Inside the Beginner’s Guide to Crochet

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The 54 -page book has two parts: the tutorials and the patterns. For each technique used, there is a pictured tutorial and a video to walk you through it. There is a total of 15 tutorials in the first half of the book. The second half of the book is all about the patterns! There are 15 beginners’ crochet patterns in this book, starting from the simplest to a little more advanced. Take a look below at some of the patterns included:

  • 15 step-by-step picture tutorials of the basic techniques used in crochet: everything from starting your piece, 5 of the most commonly used stitches, 2 decorative stitch patterns, how to finish a crocheted piece and how to work in circles.
  • Captioned video tutorials of all the things mentioned above (15 videos).
  • 15 beginner-friendly patterns full of pictures and helpful tips. These patterns vary from the easiest things to make, like scarves, to slightly more advanced pieces like beanies and baby booties. Other patterns included in this book are things like mug cozies, boot cuffs, 3 kinds of crochet flowers, bows, headbands, and ear-warmers.

How to Get It

This ebook is completely free; all you have to do to get a copy is to subscribe. There are signup forms at the bottom of this post, in the sidebar, and floating at the top of the page. Just fill out the form to subscribe and you’ll receive a confirmation email with the password to the resource library. There, you’ll be able to download the ebook and any other resource you like!

If you’ve downloaded it, please tell me what you think! I would love to hear your feedback. Thank you SO much for supporting me in this new project. If it’s successful, I may do more, so feel free to tell me what you think!

  • Bonnie

    Looking for your easy, messy bun beanie!

    • Sorry, Bonnie, but there is no bun beanie right now! I’m not sure where you saw one, but unfortunately there isn’t on here yet!

  • I have debated learning to crochet, but right now I need another project like a hole in the head. I will have to save this for when things settle down. Visiting from #FTAF

    • I know what you mean. My list of projects goes on and on, and it’s so hard to decide what to focus on sometimes! The ebook is always here and always free, though, so come back whenever!

  • Thank you, Christina! It means so much that you're sharing my guide 🙂

  • Thanks for sharing with us at Sweet Inspiration too, I am sure there are lots of people who can take advantage of it.

    Hope you have a lovely weekend, Shehla!

  • Thanks, Christina! There's tons in there, but if you ever need any help, feel free to reach out to me!

  • Cristina Stauffer

    Wow! This is impressive. I have been dabbling in crochet but could definitely use more direction. I look forward to checking this out. Will pin and share as well.

  • Thanks, Keri! I had to look all over the internet when I was trying to teach myself to crochet a few years ago and I wished for something cohesive I could use. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Keri Roberts

    Shehla, this is a great resource for people wanting to crochet. I'm sure this must have taken a lot of hard work to put together. My aunt taught me to crochet when I was 14 and I have enjoyed it ever since. I'll pin this to help share the word, so others can learn the fun and relaxing art of crochet. Thanks for sharing at Sweet Inspiration!

  • How neat! I so need to learn this craft!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  • Becky

    I love to crochet and those booties are adorable! Thanks for dropping your post at From the Archives Friday link party!

  • No time but the present! Get the ebook and start learning this weekend 🙂

  • I have been wanting to learn to crochet and knit lately. visiting from the From the Archives Party

  • Lisa Young

    I like the Infinity scarf that is really cool

  • I would be happy to! I'm glad you like it 🙂

  • Love the amount of pretty things that can be done with crochet… I think I need to learn!
    I would love if you share this with us at the party we host each Tuesday, which is called Two Uses Tuesday.


  • Thanks!

  • Looks like a great guide for the beginner – lots of nice projects

  • Thank you!

  • This is amazing! 🙂

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!