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.