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Learn to Tunisian Crochet Wed 10th April (PM)
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TIME: 1-3pm, please arrive from 12.30pm.
LOCATION: TOFT studio, TOFT Manor, Dunchurch, Warwickshire CV22 6NR
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: How to Tunisian crochet and to Tunisian crochet in the round! This is the perfect opportunity for experienced crocheters to learn a new technique to add to their repertoire, and for beginners too! You will learn how to begin, work rows or rounds, how to change colour and how to finish your piece. Upgrade on the day to begin your very own Tunisian crochet project!
INCLUDED IN PRICE: 50g of sample yarn in two different colours for you to practise with and a sample pattern, all wrapped up in a TOFT Studio HQ tote bag, plus a complimentary hot drink and a cake of your choice.
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING: 6mm Tunisian crochet hook (or purchase on the day).
SKILLS NEEDED: Basic crochet skills.
NUMBER ON WORKSHOP: max 10
REFRESHMENTS: Should you wish to stay for lunch, we are happy to cater a light lunch option for up to two people per workshop booking. To arrange this, please contact us on email@example.com at least one week before your workshop to let us know you will be staying, along with any dietary requirements, and we can make sure we have something for you.
This workshop is for over 13s only.
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