When she was 10, Angie stumbled across crochet. A fancy term that she didn’t got to understand at that age. She took on the challenge and braved through six whole months, while schooling, to complete her first successful piece. Which was actually mostly redone by her teacher, unfortunately.
Stumbled across crochet again after graduating with an Australian Degree, she took into the liking of crochet plushies as that is what she loves best.
Took on by the whirlwind, Angie started making, designing and teaching Amigurumi (crochet plush in Japanese) on demand. She has since stepped into her 4 years of teaching crochet. Together with her team, they guide complete beginners who have never heard of the term “crochet”, to become crochet hobbyists. It is an achievement indefinitely.
What Angie and the teaching team found out while teaching crochet is that everyone has a unique way of learning. Be it kids who are still developing their motor skills, or adults who are no longer nimble in their fingers (except phones and computers), her team has a way to deal with it.
With that, Angie developed a series of videos based on her teaching. Definitely the 4 years worth of beginner problems, questions and mistakes has been fully covered in the video. Chances of misunderstanding or misinterpreting is brought to an all time low. To top it up, we have included 1-1 online drop-in sessions to bring you back onto the right path.
We want you to enjoy crocheting like how Angie did. Let’s populate the world with cuteness and squishies together!