Take you crochet skills to the next level at this great workshop and make a beautiful bowl. Spend a day relaxing and being creative in our cosy craft barn. All materials and light lunch are included. Scroll down for full details.
Friday 12th April | 10.15am to 3.15pm
Join us for a relaxing day making your own Easter crochet bowl. Using treble stitch our expert tutor Sally will guide you through step by step to help you make your beautiful bowl. This great workshop will open your eyes to the possibilities and uses of crochet to personalise and showcase your newly creative skill. Relax in our cosy converted barn and enjoy trying something new all in the wonderful surroundings of Hanwell Wine Estate, one of Nottinghamshire’s finest vineyard.
This workshop is ideal for those who can already form a treble or create a granny square and are ready to take crochet to the next level.
All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have been inspired and have completed your first lovely bowl, perfect as a centre piece and to pop things in.
Outline of morning
10.15 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Sally
Introduction to materials and tools.
Select colours and learn the technique
11.30 am Refreshments
Continue where you left off
12.30pm Light lunch served with a glass of local wine
1.15 pm Continue where you left off
3.15pm Finish and depart
You will finish your session having completed at least one lovely bowl handmade by you.
Sally learned to crochet at around 11 years old, starting with basic granny treble groups. Having then spent 30 years in the textiles industry working with fabrics she discovered there was much more to crochet than making blankets. It wasn’t until she started her own business that she began to explore its full uses and potential. She mastered a variety of stitch patterns, and has completed many products over a number of years.
“I’m still a great lover of crochet blankets but try to find unusual eye-catching stitch patterns and colour combinations to work with, making my work interesting and challenging. My intention when teaching crochet is to pass on a skill that can be utilised throughout life; it offers time to relax, entertain and even to help heal and comfort, as, in common with many handmade crafts, crocheting is a very good ‘mindful’ activity.”’ – Sally Richards
To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 6. For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01949 81393. For frequently asked questions about our workshops visit our FAQ page – click here
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