January 10, 2018 –
It’s finally getting cold in Virginia and you need some extra layers to stay comfortable throughout the day – you NEED a shawl! This three-tiered crochet masterpiece is made using sock yarn, so it is light-weight enough for Southern winters while also being nice and cozy. In this class, you will learn how to work with an increasing repeat pattern and get very comfortable with the treble crochet stitch. Our Crochet Queen Jo Emanuelson will teach this 2-session class 2 to 4 pm, Wednesdays, Jan. 10 & 24 OR 2 to 4 pm Wednesdays, Feb. 7 & 21.
All materials can be purchased for 10% off after registering by dropping in or calling us at (757) 345-3655. The class is limited to 6.
Class Level: Intermediate
Skills required: Comfortable with chain, slip stitch, single, half-double, double, and treble (triple) crochet stitches, some experience with pattern reading
What you will learn: Reading a stitch diagram and pattern, adjusting a pattern to suit individual needs
Materials: 1000 yds fingering/sock wt yarn (sample made with Malabrigo sock yarn), G/6 and H/7 hooks (or 4.00mm and 4.50mm), stitch markers
HOMEWORK: Practice rows of half-double, double, and treble crochet stitches
Pattern: Treble Fantasy by Michele DuNaier, FREE Ravelry download
Cost: $90 with 24-hour advance reservation / $100 walk-in