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Learn to Crochet

August 16, 2012

A very lovely customer has been coming into the shop for tutorials to Learn to Crochet at Manfield Crafts and look how well she’s getting on.  We tailor our tutorials to meet each individual customer’s needs in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.  In the background you can see Jane Crowfoot’s Mystery Crochet Project 2011 and after a few lessons we believe she’ll be able to tackle a project like this.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Anonymous permalink
    August 17, 2012 9:14 am

    The tutorials are amazing. Come for an hour, or two. Bring your own pattern, or just learn the basics, or refresh. I so look forward to my lessons. They literally fly by! Having been unable to knit, crochet is totally ‘do-able’. The wool shop is a haven of learning and atmosphere. I can’t recommend it enough to anyone who needs a new craft. I dream and live granny squares .

  2. Miss L. permalink
    August 17, 2012 9:53 am

    Had to leave a comment: The 1-2-1 tutorials are amazing. Go for one hour, or two like me. Time literally flies by. The delightful “knitter of the decade” owner and “crocheter of the century” assistant both teach, even to left handers. As someone who could not knit, crocheting is much more ”do-able”! You can do toys, blankets or attire. However, I’ve learnt you can literally crochet anything! A few techniques and stitches and immediate results. Very satisfying indeed. My personal penchant is now for granny squares. Granny love…

    The lovely shop set in a residential street has an bright, airy, serene feeling – perfect for learning. Tea or coffee and nibbles throughout the lesson. Just bring your concentration head on! Crocheting to me is like Yoga but for the mind. Loose yourself in yarn love…

    The staff are oh so patient and the atmosphere makes it a lesson to really look forward to. Added bonus is the owners’ dog (a real darling), whom, resembles a ball of wool: In a good way. You are surrounded by inspiration, and delicious yarns. I love their 100% cotton yarn (Rico range). A spectrum of every shade you will ever need. Need a new skill? Book an hour or twenty, I did and never looked back…

    • August 17, 2012 1:38 pm

      Ooh Thank you Miss L ! we really enjoy your visits and it’s great to make new friends just like you x

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