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Family Crochet - Getting Started 1M22

Age Group: 
Children, Teens, Adults

Learn the basics of crochet with family!  This class is designed for a duo of parent/caregiver and child to learn how to crochet, together.

You'll learn how to hold the hook, form a slip knot, create a foundation chain and other principles of single crochet.

Use your new skills to create a simple bookmark with tassels. 

Never done crochet before?  No worries, no prior experience is needed.

*Each registration includes tuition for one parent/caregiver and one child.

Please purchase the items on the Materials List for yourself and your child.

Limit 6 Students

Angela Cooper

Angela is an art teacher's assistant for the Eliot School.  She has been crocheting for about 15 years and has created blankets, hats, scarves, shawls, slippers, amigurumi, garlands, and purses.  Angela also embroiders, knits, weaves on a hand loom, and sews small projects.  Recently, she has enjoyed working with oil pastels and watercolor pencils to try another medium of art.  

Specialty: 
Fiber Arts
Materials to bring to class:

•US H/8/5.00mm hook OR US I/9/5.50mm

•Medium weight yarn (any color)

•Scissors

•Yarn needle