Crochet courses, classes and workshops taught all across the UK. Learn the techniques of crochet and you'll gain an enjoyable and useful hobby for life. The word 'crochet' means hook. Unlike in knitting only one hook is used in crochet and basically it entails pulling one loop of thread through another. If only it were really that simple! Crochet work can be fine and elaborate, demanding great patience and skill to create a highly decorative woven fabric. I am always astounded at the speed and dexterity of the experienced crochet expert with their fingers so deft and assured. Crochet can be used to make simple but beautiful blankets and covers by building up a patchwork of smaller pieces. You can also make gorgeous crocheted hats and garments. Would you like to learn how to do crochet? Come and join a crochet course, workshop or group and be inspired by an expert crochet teacher who will share their skill with you.
Learn to Crochet with ALEX at Space2Make in Accrington.
Tuesday every fortnight , Wednesday once a month
Our crochet artist Alex will teach you how to crochet in no time!
Suitable for Beginners to more experienced crocheters wanting to learn new stitches, read patterns etc...
A boat full of wool presents an Arm knitting throw workshop!
Learn how to knit an on-trend Arm knitted throw perfect for any interior, great to snuggle under on the sofa! Perfect for all abilities!! No knitting experience needed! Come along for a unique experience of crafting on board a narrow-boat!
To book your place, please drop me a message using the button above. Further details will be given on booking! A 50% deposit will...
Come and join me on board a unique space a narrowboat to learn to how crochet!
I will teach you the basics of crochet and to learn to make a classic Granny square! Granny squares can be made into anything from Blankets to Garments!
The workshop is taught in small group to ensure maximum tuition and a more personal feel! Workshops typically run in the evenings however some workshops run in the day. Please enquire...
This five week course is for complete beginners, you'll learn how to chain, doubles and trebles. Once you've got going you'll be taught how to ripple, make granny squares and finally you'll be crocheting flowers.
The course dates are 19th Oct, 26th Oct, 2nd Nov, 9th Nov and the 16th November
Come and have fun whilst learning a new skill! It's easy peasy!
Learn the basic skills with examples to follow from. Then go on to learn how to crochet two simple flowers. Following on we try a mini 'granny square.' Then progress to a larger square with change of colours.
Minimum 2 people, maximum 4.
New dates now announced, if none suit, no problem (I am very adaptable!). Please contact me and I will see...
This 5 week course is for complete beginners. In a relaxed setting, in front of a roaring fire with tea, coffee and cake, Jess will guide you every step of the way. You will learn how to do the basic stitches used in Crochet. Once you have mastered these we will move on to mastering the granny square and various blanket techniques.
Classes are £15 per class per person which includes all materials, tea, coffee...
The perfect introduction to crocheting with wire - no experience necessary, you don't even need to know how to crochet.
In this class you will learn:
• how to cast on stitches
• make foundation chain
• how to add in beads of all sizes
• add dramatic stitch variations
• finish off your piece and add a vintage button clasp
If you are new to crocheting with wire I recommend this class which I...
Polymer clay is a fantastic material for making buttons. In its raw state, colours can be mixed to suit and shapes can be easily textured and moulded into a huge range of shapes and sizes. Once baked, it's machine washable and lightweight, so if you are a stitcher, carder, knitter or felter - or just enjoy learning a craft, this course is for you.
Your tutor, Jo, will explain and demonstrate how to make your...
On this workshop you will learn how to make 2 decorative pins using polymer clay. The pins make gorgeous and unusual gifts with which to fasten a woolly wrap, decorate a knitted hat or scarf, or embellish a chunky knit.
Polymer clay is an ideal material with which to make a decorative pin as it is lightweight and therefore won't pull the garment out of shape. It can also be moulded, shaped, textured and blended...
Learn the traditional skills of crochet using a natural vegetable fibre with a Scottish heritage.
Maite Allwood of ‘Knotty_but_nice’, works from her home in Angus. After knitting for 30years she taught herself to crochet, developing this into a small business. Maite lives beside one of the last twine producers in the UK and so uses twine as her main yarn. For use both indoors and out with a focus on practicality, your creations are intended...