35.00 Little Prince Bar and Restaurant View 6-8pm, 29th June 2017
About the Class
Crochet in the Pub!
Tunisian crochet is a type of crochet that holds multiple loops on the hook in a style similar to what is done in knitting. It differs from knitting in that it uses a crochet hook, not knitting needles. The result is a fabric that is beautifully textured using a technique that combines the best of knitting and crochet.
Tunisian crochet is also commonly known as Afghan Crochet. It has also been called by a variety of other names including Shepherd’s Knitting, Railroad Knitting and Cro-hooking.
Join avid crochet and crafter Bev in the toasty cosy Little Prince Bar as she teaches you the basic stitches of this wonderful style. Hooks handmade by Bev’s hubby will be available to use and you are welcome to buy them or $6 at the end of the class. Yarn and wool provided.
Enjoy a wine and some nice warm food too!
Please note that this class is about teaching the stitches of this technique. You can absolutely start a scarf or small project, and take it home to finish.
This class is part of our Pass It On Project that recruits skilled Seniors to share their knowledge, with support from IRT.
Bev has been crocheting and crafting for her whole life, and enjoys sharing her skills with others. She recently cruised to Hawaii and taught many fellow cruisers how to crochet!