Crochet at the Cinema (beginners/improvers)

New to crochet?

Crochet is such fun, and such a portable craft, no wonder it’s so popular at the moment! Why not join a class and have a go yourself? Here’s the timetable for March.

These friendly classes will teach you how to crochet. Each class has a maximum of 4 people. With some aimed at complete beginners, and some for those who may know just the basics, each class tackles a specific project designed to teach you basic crochet stitches and how to combine them, plus how to read a pattern and a chart, and how to complete a project.

For all the classes hooks and yarn will be provided to use at the lesson, as well as yarn for purchase. There are full details about the projects and what each uses in case you wish to purchase your own yarn and hooks in advance here. You will be given full written instructions to take away from each class.

Where?

The Crochet at the Cinema classes usually take place at the Arthouse Cinema in 159a Tottenham Lane, N8 9BT. The cafe will be open so you will be able to grab a coffee, soft drink (or even a beer or wine) if you wish.

You will need to book in advance – just email me at info @ pickingupstitches (dot) com or fill in the form here stating which class you’d like to attend.

Upcoming projects

The granny squares and gloves this March are suitable for complete beginners. The springtime wreath is suitable for those with knowledge of a few basic stitches, or for complete beginners in a simplified form. The MORE granny squares, and JOINING granny squares suitable for those who can already complete a granny square. For the JOINING class, you will need to bring at least 6 completed squares with you plus the yarn with which you wish to join your project together.

People crocheting at a table

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