YouTube has become the go-to for tutorials of all types. You can find anything from lawn care to makeup to DIY home projects. The problem is finding the time to weed through all the junk to unearth high quality content. These are my four favorite YouTube crochet channels!
- B.hooked: Brittany is my number one YouTuber for many reasons. Every video is professionally produced and technically perfect. She takes her role as educator very seriously and brings the very best content to her viewers. Brittany not only has a successful YouTube channel but a website and podcast as well. All of her patterns and tutorials are free for viewers. Check her out at: B.Hooked Crochet
- Bella Coco is another one of my favorite YouTubers. Her tutorials are wonderful and her sweet personality shines through each one. I used her Sunburst Granny Square Tutorial Series to make the blanket in the above photo. The only caution I have is she is from Great Britain and she uses UK crochet terms. She generally lets American viewers know which stitches those are in US terms, but it is something to be aware of. Find Bella Coco at: Bella Coco
- WoolyWondersCrochet is such a wonderful resource for crocheters who are interested in making garments for babies and toddlers. She has dozens of free crochet tutorial videos for sweaters, dresses, and headbands, just to name a few. She also has tutorials in beginning amigurumi. I have made several of her projects and appreciate her approachable videos aimed at beginners. Find her at: WoolyWondersCrochet
- Jayda In Stitches is a quirky but prolific YouTuber with tons of crochet tutorials. Her clear explanations of how to make a granny square were invaluable to me when I was a beginner crocheter. Her whimsical projects and fun personality make her videos delightful as well as educational. Find her at: Jayda InStitches