Product Category: Crochet (Fiber)

Advanced Tunisian Crochet (1 session) $40 + materials

Advanced Techniques in Tunisian Crochet (2 hours) (Prerequisite: familiarity with Tunisian Crochet Simple Stitch). Take your skills to the next level with this advanced class. We will make several swatches and learn exciting techniques including: * Advanced stitches - Knit, Purl, and Plain; * Fabric shaping - increases, decreases and short rows; * Colorwork - simple stripes with two colors; and * Working in the round - to make wristwarmers, hats and more!

Crocheted Bubble Hat $40 plus materials

bubble hat-2For Advanced Beginners This hat is fun, silly and cute. It is designed to also be fun to crochet and to learn new crochet skills. The following new skills are taught:  crocheting in the round, (complete rounds vs. spiral rounds), increases, decreases, popcorn, and ribbing. The student needs to be somewhat familar with chain stitch, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet.

Fiber Crochet with Beads Class

fiber crochet with beadsSkill level: Basic crochet skills required Get ready to add some sparkle to your crochet! This class will cover three methods of adding beads to your crochet fabric and a variety of bead placements so you can add beads to any project with confidence.

Learn to Crochet Class 1 session $40 + materials

learn to crochetSkill Level: Beginner Get introduced to the wonderful world of crochet! This class will cover making chain, slip stitch, single crochet and double crochet stitches. Come discover how you can make items ranging from simple scarves to intricate shawls with just these simple stitches.

Learn Tunisian Crochet Class (1 session) $40 + materials

tunissian crochetSkill Level: Beginner Is it knitting? Is it crochet? It's Tunisian crochet! With rows worked back and forth on a long hook, this technique is a hybrid between knitting and crochet and produces fabric with a unique look. Learn the Tunisian simple stitch and Tunisian knit stitch and discover a new way to create scarves, afghans and more.

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