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Classes, Workshops & Events

Here you will find a list of what I am up to at the moment and where you can find me around town. I am always interested in expanding my horizons so if you know of any venues or events that might like a crochet/needlework teacher or any one day workshops that can be organised please let me know.

Needlepoint Tapestry ongoing - Term 4 2019

Central Ringwood Community Centre Ph 03 9870 2602

Thursday mornings 10am - 12pm

         10th October - 12th December     (10 weeks)

 

This class is for new and ongoing students. The course covers traditional and comtempory tapestry and cross stitch and will touch on creative canvas work for the more adventurous.

Crochet Classes ongoing - Term 4 2019
 

Central Ringwood Community Centre Ph  03 9870 2602

Monday mornings 10am to 12pm

          21st October - 9th December​       (9 weeks)

          No class 4th November

Thursday afternoons 1pm - 3pm

          10th October - 12th December       (10 weeks)

          Limited spaces

Olinda Community Centre Ph 03 9751 1264

Wednesday mornings 10am -12pm

          9th October - 11th December       (10 weeks)

 

Friday mornings 9.30am - 11.30am 

          11th October - 13th December    (10 weeks)

          Waiting list only

 

Friday afternoons 1pm - 3pm

          11th October - 13th December   (10 weeks)

          Waiting list only

Wonga Park Community Cottage Ph 03 9722 1944

Monday afternoons 1pm - 3pm

          21st October - 16th December      (7 weeks)

          No class 4th November

Tuesday evenings 7pm - 9pm

          15th October - 12th November               (4 weeks)

          No class 5th November

          19th November - 10th December     (4 weeks)

Woori Yallock Community house Ph 03 5964 6857

Wednesday afternoons 1pm - 3pm

           9th October - 11th December       (10 weeks)

            

           

Creative class for beginner and experienced crocheters. Learn how to crochet basic stitches, increase/decrease, decipher symbols and follow patterns.

You can create anything from cushion covers, scarves, socks and hats to one off original "Art to wear" garments or heirloom rugs that will warm your family for years.

Try your hand at Free Form crochet and forget all about following patterns!

Wool Dyeing Workshop

Olinda community Centre Ph (03) 9751 1264

Saturday 17th August 2019 10am - 3pm

 

Learn how to dye your own hanks of wool using landscape dyes. This one day workshop will see you mixing your own dyes and applying them to light coloured hanks of wool to create beautiful variegated balls of wool to use in any creative knitting or crocheting project.

Can also dye silk, nylon and felt.

Freeform Crochet Workshop

Hand Weavers & Spinners guild Ph  03 9387 9222

Monday 7th January 2019 10am - 3pm

 

Using exotic, plain and textured yarns and a rainbow of colours you can create anything from cushion covers, scarves, gloves, bags, hats to beautiful heirloom rugs. We will start off with a pair of fingerless gloves to keep your hands warm for winter.
This is a great way to use up all those odd balls of wool lying around at home.
Let your imagination unravel to endless possibilities!

Cosy Crocheted Socks Workshop

Hand Weavers & Spinners guild Ph  03 9387 9222

Tuesday 24th January 2015 10.30am - 3pm

 

In this class you will learn how crochet a cosy pair of socks using 100gm of 4ply sock wool and a simple double crochet and chain stitch.

You will learn how to;

- measure your foot for the perfect fit-Adapt pattern for use with thicker yarns-See the effects of using plain and contrasting colours, stripes, variegated and hand dyed yarns.

These socks are worked sideways in a flexible stitch that makes it easier to stretch over your ankles for a snug fit. Crochet pattern will be provided with the option of buying 100gm 4 ply hand dyed wool for $20.

Entrelac Crochet Workshop

Central Ringwood Community Centre Ph  03 9870 2602

Saturday 25th October 2014 1pm - 4pm

 

Expand your crochet skills and learn the method of Entrelac. A quick and easy stitch for making rugs, bags, cushions, wraps and clothing. This unique technique allows you to create your own designs using many different colour combinations and various yarns.

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