Class Description

The focus of this class is to take beginning crocheters to an intermediate level. Prior knowledge of crochet is recommended such as how to make a slip stitch, chain, single crochet, and double crochet.

Day & Time

Mondays at 5 pm CST

Aug 1 - Aug 15

This class is only for teen girls 12-17 years old 

*Please note: Participants must attend live sessions. Classes are not recorded.

Registration Fee


Required Materials

Girls need to bring worsted weight yarn of their choice, crochet hooks, and scissors


Whittni Brown

Ustadha Whittni Brown-Abdullah is a visual arts educator for students in grades K-12. She is also an ongoing student of the Islamic arts and sciences, studying for ijazahs at both the Ribaat Academic Institute and most recently, the Deen Arts Foundation for Islamic calligraphy and fine arts. She is most known for writing under the pen name of W.B. Abdullah for her spiritual travelogue-themed blog, The Sandal, as well as her former book reviews and articles in magazines such as Azizah and Discover. Formally trained in Art Education and International Affairs, Whittni is also a homeschooling mom who completed a graduate degree in social emotional learning, and is completing an educational leadership degree. She resides in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and believes in the life-changing power of beautiful writing…by word, pen, and art.