Textured Crochet with Joanne Scrace
Saturday 20 February – 1:30pm – 4:30pm book tickets here
In a muddle with your bobbles, confused by clusters or scared of spikes and shells? This class teaches an array of interesting crochet stitches that create texture and interest and make handy wash cloths at the same time.
Experience level: Suitable for those who have mastered the basic crochet stitches.
Please bring: 4mm hook and two colours of a DK weight cotton yarn. (Please note: cotton is best if you’d like to make a wash cloth, other yarns are fine if you only wish to make a sampler. Be careful to choose a cotton that doesn’t split too much in use.)
About Joanne Scrace
Joanne Scrace is a renowned crochet teacher, designer, writer and editor. Co-founder of The Crochet Project she is passionate about showing how beautiful and versatile crochet can be with a special interest in the technical side of crochet writing and crochet fabrics and its nature.
Her personal blog can be found at notsogranny.com where she muses about the dangers of mixing yarn and small children and her life on the Cambridge/Suffolk border.