GREENPOINT WORKSHOP: Crochet Granny Square Flowers
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Expand your crochet skills as you take on a super fun, retro granny motif: flowers!
In one three-hour session, you'll learn:
- How to create a flower shape with granny techniques
- How to crochet in the round
- How to connect squares to create blankets, accessories, and more
- How to experiment with color combinations for appealing results
- How to choose the right yarn
You'll leave with a 1-2 finished motifs (depending on skill level/speed) and the know-how to make more, so you can be on your way to stitching anything and everything, including the bag shown in the photo above!
*****Basic crochet skills are a minimum requirement to attend this workshop.***** If you are a newbie or think you might need a refresher, join us for Crochet 101 first-- register here for our next session. Experience with basic granny squares will be very helpful!
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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.
Meet Your Instructor
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