Dreamy Lattice Crochet Shawl
The course will be held every Saturday at The Yarn Club from 2 - 3 P.M. Starting July 16th. Your instructor will be available July 9th to help you choose colors.
Tuition for the course is $75.00 per person.
Wanting to look stylish in cooler weather, but wanting something unique and hand-made?
Do you desire to complete something both fun and engaging?
Are you looking to take your crochet skills to the next level?
Look no further! Join us for our Dreamy Lattice Crochet Class!
This 6 week intensive workshop is designed for the intermediate crochet artisan seeking something engaging and refreshing while learning new stitches and stitch combinations to create a stunning wardrobe staple that is equal parts practical and beautiful.
The pattern is designed by Swedish Fiber Artisan Johanna Lindahl. Her patterns are detailed down to the very number of stitches, so you’ll never be lost (or bored) on your crochet adventure!
Things needed for your Crochet Adventure:
- Dreamy Lattice Pattern by Johanna Lindahl (Mijo Crochet is the name of her shop which can be found on Ravelry)
- 4 Skeins of fingering weight yarn (2 contrasting colors 2/2) OR 3 Skeins of one solid color. Please purchse your yarns from The Yarn Club.
- 3.0 mm Crochet hook and 3.5 mm crochet hook
- Yarn Needle
- A positive attitude
- A great work ethic
The pattern is divided into 6 parts and class course work will be set in the following manner:
Week 1: Parts 1 & 2
Week 2: Part 3
Week 3: Part 4
Week 4: Part 5
Week 5: Part 6
Week 6: Wrap up, finishing touches, course feedback.
Summer vacation getting in the way? No worries. If you need to skip a class, you can work on your own and show off your skills the next week.
Need help choosing colors?
Join us on July 9th for a shopping meet and greet between 11:00 and 2:00. You’ll meet our crochet instructor as well as have the opportunity to shop for your colors and get feedback on color, contrast and styling for your crochet adventure
There are only 6 seats available, so sign up today!
Photo credit Johanna Lindahl