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Amigurumi Pumpkin

Amigurumi Pumpkin

Saturday the 30th of October
Birmingham City Centre - 1.30pm - 3hrs
Try your hand at making a cute little amigurumi pumpkin for Halloween this year.
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£38pp     7 places left
Crochet Stitches

Crochet Stitches

Saturday the 6th of November
Birmingham City Centre - 1.00pm - 3 hours
Can you crochet a little already? Would you like to develop your stitch repertoire? Add a little texture to your creations? Come to our crochet stitch class and learn the puff, shell and V stitches.
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£38pp     8 places left - requires 3 bookings to proceed

Learn the noble art of crochet The Birmingham Crochet Club organises crochet classes run by Professional Crochet Instructors for beginners, all the way up to experienced crocheters.

Time Saturday 10am - 1pm
Location Coffee#1 Cafe, Edmund House, Birmingham
Cost: £35 per person / per class

Beginners Class: This class is designed for those who have had little to no experience with a crochet hook. You will learn the crochet basics and terminology and we'll get you started on your very own granny square.

Other Classes: Perfect for those who've already done our popular Beginners Class!
Choose from:
- Corner to Corner Class (C2C)
- Crochet Stitches Class
- Amigurumi 101 Class

All our classes include crochet materials and instruction.
Students will also receive a non-alcoholic drink during the class.
If our class is more than 8 students (max 10) we will provide extra time at the end of the class

Everyone with an interest in crochet (whether you have been to a class or not) are also welcome to join our Facebook Group where you can share your crochet projects, find inspiration, make friends, and also just have a good yarn.

I enjoyed trying to get started on my crochet journey, and although I didn't get very far, I think I have enough knowledge to keep trying at home.
Janet Evans
October 9th 2021
This is my first interaction and I found the teacher very helpful and attentive.
Debra Taylor
October 9th 2021
Cat was great! I thought at the beginning I wouldn’t be able to even get started, but by the end I was very confident. Lovely teaching, I felt very welcome and the ladies in the class were also lovely. Definitely signing up for another class! Thanks
February 23rd 2020
Really enjoyed this. Cat was very helpful and supportive.
Sarah Wilson
February 1st 2020
I loved the workshop :) Cath was really patient and help each person in the group at their own speed and skill level
Gina Porras
January 25th 2020
Had a great time
January 4th 2020
Sarah Rooke
December 28th 2019
Rachel was a excellent tutor and very personable. You felt very quickly that you had known her for some time. Nothing was too much trouble.
Jacqueline Pipkin
November 23rd 2019
I really enjoyed the class and I did make progress from my previous attempt at crochet (5 years ago). Cat was a good teacher , very patient and friendly. The venue was pleasant and relaxed.
Sarah Forde
September 21st 2019
Loved it a lovely way to spend a few hours learning a new skill, venue was great and class very relaxing, Rachel was really helpful, very skilled and very patient
Carrie Taylor
September 7th 2019
This was our second class that we did with Cat and it was brilliant. She’s very good at giving you a step by step guide and if you’re struggling then she will keep helping you and going over it with you!
Faye Perrysmith
August 11th 2019
A really friendly atmosphere. As a complete beginner I had no idea what to expect! But I came away having crocheted a granny square! I just need to get a bit of practice in now! Would highly recommend.
July 27th 2019
Alicia Taplin-Mudford
Alicia was taught crochet as an adult by her mother and has been exploring the seemingly endless possibilities of the hook ever since. Her expertise covers a wide range of techniques including amigurumi, intarsia, tapestry, overlay and mosaic crochet. She loves to explore how colour choices can affect the success of a finished piece. Alicia has also dabbled in a variety of crafty activities like stained glass, leatherworking, wood carving, hand dyeing and weaving, to name a few, but most often returns to the comforting rhythm of crochet.