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Learn how to choose and read patterns, acquire materials, assemble pieces, and finish projects with step-by-step instructions and support along the way! This course will be taught in the style of the working bees from our history. The instructor will demonstrate a skill, then attendees will be given “workshop” time to practice their new skills. Over the course of six weeks, we will have the opportunity to fine-tune our skills and build a friendship afghan using more advanced patterns.

Classes run from 3:30-5:00 PM at The New School, 38 York Street, Kennebunk. Open to ages 13+. Only 12 spots available, so register early!

  • Full 6-week course costs $140 and includes all material costs.
  • Single sessions cost $20 and do not include any materials.

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This series of classes runs on (most) Tuesdays between January 30th and March 12th). Classes are:

  • Week 1 (Tuesday, January 30): Choosing a Pattern & Materials
  • Week 2 (Tuesday, February 6): Pattern Notes & Gauge
  • Week 3 (Tuesday, February 13): Learning Crochet Shorthand
  • Week 4 (Tuesday, February 27): Pattern Stitches & Practice
  • Week 5 (Tuesday, March 5): Blocking
  • Week 6 (Tuesday, March 12): Assembly and Borders

There is also a drop-in opportunity during the workshop time (4:00-5:00PM) for participants that aren’t interested in the skills instruction, but would like to join a like-minded community of crafters to work on their own projects. Drop-in cost for a workshop session is $15.

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