This Course will next run with Purlescence on Saturday 15th June 2013
Also called Tricot, Shepherds or Afghan, even Queen Victoria was smitten with this fascinating form of crochet. Tunisian combines crochet and knitting ideas to create a unique fabric which can be dense and warm (perfect for mittens!) or light and lacy. You can easily combine crochet or knitting with Tunisian to get stunning effects, but you don’t need to know either to be able to do Tunisian!
This one day workshop will give you a solid grounding in the basics of Tunisian in a fun and informal environment with a teacher who first picked up a Tunisian hook in 1985.
We’ll be covering..
- Getting started – what is this strange tool and what do I do with it?
- The Basic Stitches – including tunisian simple, tunisian knit and tunisian purl stitches
- Combination stitches
- 3 Colour Tunisian
- Casting off
We will be producing a beautiful stitch sampler during the day, which you will be able to take away to show off your new skills.
Depending on time we may also look at two projects you can start in class and finish at home.
You will need:
- no previous experience at all
- a pen/pencil and notepad for notes
- a mid sized crochet hook if you have one (I’ll have lots of spares if you don’t)
- You will be provided with all tools and yarn needed for this course.
If you have any questions or want any advice, please feel free to contact us.
The workshop is being taught by Honey-Lee,an experienced crocheter for over 30 years who believes there is more to crochet than coasters! The Workshop is on Saturday 15th June 2013 between 10am and 4pm at Purlescence HQ in Wantage, Oxfordshire. We’ll provide refreshments, including lunch and home made cakes, and all attendees will get 10% off any purchases from Purlescence on the day.