Open to anyone that has knowledge and experience in crocheting.
This crocheting workshop’s emphasis will be on learning the basic Tunisian-style of crocheting. This type of crocheting is one that holds multiple loops on the hook in a style similar to that of knitting. It differs from knitting, however, in that it uses a crochet hook rather than knitting needles.
Each student will complete in the course of this workshop a pot holder that can be used at home or given as a gift.
VENUE: Harlin Museum Classroom Space
LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; you may bring lunch or snacks as desired
INSTRUCTOR: Angela Bullard
WORKSHOP HOURS: 12 noon to 4 pm
SUBJECT: Learning the basic Tunisian crocheting stitches while making a potholder
COST: $20.00 per person
REQUIRED SUPPLIES: Each student will need to bring:
- A skein of middleweight yarn
- Size K Tunisian crocheting hook
- Pair of scissors
- Pen and paper for taking notes
POINT OF CONTACT: Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please reserve your spot in advance so that preparation for set-up can be arranged. You may pay upon arrival at the workshop; cash or check only.
Help raise funds to support the efforts of the Ozarks Regional Arts Council, who promote cultural arts and art education in the Ozarks, while having fun creating art with your peers at our regularly scheduled Open Pallet with Friends event! All area artists are invited to the Harlin Museum on Thursday, June 29th, to create a 6×6 piece of art, in the medium(s) of their choice, to donate for the upcoming ORAC fundraising benefit & reception. For more information, visit the Ozark Regional Arts Council Annual 6 x 6 Fundraiser page at http://ozarkregionalartscouncil.org/?page_id=425 or by emailing the ORAC at email@example.com.