Crochet Granny Square Workshop
* Please remember when booking a class to include your phone number so we can contact you about the class if necessary.
The workshop will run over two weeks with one 3 hour session per week
(for a total of 6 hours of tuition)
Saturday 2nd & 9th of March 2024
Afternoon class: 2:30 - 5:30pm
A workshop perfect for new crocheters, or those needing a refresher, who know the basic stitches, but want to add to their knowledge or gain confidence in using these stitches to make a finished project.
To join the class, you must know the basic double crochet, half treble, and treble stitches.
We will cover working in the round to create motifs, including the basic granny square and some variations; basic pattern and chart reading, pattern abbreviations and terminology; shaping; cluster stitches; professional finishing techniques and tips including joining motifs and edging.
Participants will need:
3, 3.5, or 4mm hook. Ideally bringing at least a couple of different hooks would be great, to enable us to play with tension.
4ply, Sportweight or DK yarn in different colours, ideally at least two balls, or oddments of lots of different shades from your stash so we can play with stripes and different coloured rounds in the motifs. You can bring yarn to begin a scrappy granny scarf or blanket, for which the patterns will be provided, or just some scrap yarn to play with - or both! Loop will provide some yarns to swatch and play with as well.
Learners - it may also be helpful to bring a pen to make your own notations on the given worksheets or in a small notebook as often these notes are really helpful as an aide memoire after the class has finished.
Photographs are from Inside Crochet Magazine issue 155.
Photography by Leanne Jade and Kirsten Mavric
Design of " Toasty Scarf" by Kath Webber
Claire Montgomerie is a textile designer, author, stylist, teacher, and craft editor. Claire was Loop's very first Loopette from 17 years ago and is the designer of our Syd Rabbit pattern from Vintage Crochet, and the Sweetie Pie Capelet from our book, Loop's 10.
She has authored and edited many craft books and magazines, is the stylist and Photoshoot Editor for Inside Crochet magazine and has been teaching knitting and crochet workshops for over 15 years.
*Price includes materials. Classes are held in the shop. Maximum of 6 students per class.
100% deposit is required at registration.
A refund of payment for a class will be given for cancellations only if the spot can be filled by another student, minus a 10% admin fee. Please be considerate.
We reserve the right to cancel a class in unusual circumstances. We try to avoid this wherever possible, but sometimes it cannot be avoided. In this situation, of course, a full refund will be given.
We're sorry, but Loop cannot be financially responsible for extreme weather conditions or any other situations that are out of its' control.
If we need to cancel the class due to any unforeseen circumstances, we will of course offer you a full refund or shop credit (whatever your preference is).