GREENPOINT WORKSHOP: Crochet 101 - Chunky Cowl
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Learn to crochet! Whether you're a total beginner, or a long-lost crocheter who needs a refresher... if you've been wanting to learn to get your crochet on, this class is for you! In just three hours you'll learn the basics of this simple, portable craft for turning string into fabric. With a hook, some chunky yarn and a little basic know-how, you'll be on your way to crochet happiness as you create a warm, chunky cowl!
In this class, you’ll learn the basics of crochet, including:
- Yarn & hook information
- How to begin your crochet project
- The single and double crochet stitches
- How to work back in forth in straight, even rows
- You'll begin making a chunky scarf or cowl
Date & Time: select above
Location: Brooklyn Craft Company, 165 Greenpoint Avenue (here’s where we’re located)
Cost: $45 includes three hours of instruction. Yarn and crochet hook can be purchased during class; a 10% discount will be honored for all students the day of class.
All class registrations are final; please view our policy for more information.
Meet Your Instructors
Grace Bilbao is a fiber enthusiast currently living and working in Brooklyn. Originally from North Carolina, she graduated from North Carolina State University with a bachelors in Art & Design. Her interest in fibers began after being taught how to crochet by her Grandmother, and after what was an obsessive hobby became a meditative practice that she hopes to share with others. You can check out her and her work on instagram at @gracebilboo
Jessie Wayburn learned to crochet from her great-grandmother, grandmother, and aunt 31 years ago, she learned to knit from her mother 19 years ago, and she’s been making messes her whole life. She enjoys felting for its therapeutic aspects (stabby-stabby) as well as its artistic merits (fluffy-fluffy). She is a multifaceted artist with a background in theater, comedy, and music. You would think she would have used more of her stash during lockdown, but you’d think wrong. She has a dog named Susie Meyerson, after the manager character on Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, played by Alex Borstein. Susie is definitely Jessie’s manager.