Curious About Crochet: Stitch Variations
Instructor: Marion Severy
Day & Date: Friday, April 26
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Ages: Adult (18 and up)
All levels are welcome. No experience required.
Students Please Bring:
- Note taking materials.
- (Optional) A snack and/or water bottle. Filtered water is available in the classroom.
- (Optional) 5mm crochet hook if you have a favorite, but the instructor will provide one along with cotton yarn for the workshop.
Learn how to hold a crochet hook, and how to tension the yarn as you work. Beginners will learn how to make a slip knot, chain stitch, create your row and make a turning chain. We’ll spend time creating different fabrics by using variations of the single crochet stitch with front and back loop single crochet. Finishing a project by weaving in the ends will be demonstrated. You’ll leave with the beginnings of a coaster or dishcloth and the building blocks to start your own crochet adventure!
All materials are included with a $10 PAYABLE TO THE INSTRUCTOR at the time of the workshop. *Payment by cash or check is required for materials fees.
About the Instructor: Marion Severy resides in Murphy, NC. She has had a fascination with fiber ever since she took an Earthwatch expedition to the Shetland Islands. There she learned to spin up a beautiful fleece and to knit it into a sturdy sweater. After some time, she took a “Sheep to Shawl” class from Martha Owen where friendships were forged and her immersion into everything fiber took full effect. Marion has since fallen down the rabbit hole (pun intended) and gotten her own pair of French Angora rabbits, Butterscotch and Licorice. If you see any of her hats or other work with a fuzzy halo, it’s got a bit of Butterscotch or Licorice’s wool in it. When she’s not crocheting, knitting or spinning, you can find her on the dance floor in a rag coat or clogs as a member of the Brasstown Morris Dancers.