Coles River Kerchief (2 weeks)

Saturdays, October 19 and 26, 5-7pm • $72.50
Teacher: Brandon Rumsey

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Toni Lipsey’s “Coles River Kerchief” is a perfect project for stretching your crochet skills a little: a straightforward pattern that makes the most of a couple of skeins of fingering-weight yarn, yielding a pretty, lightweight scarf that’s easy to style up or down. With Brandon’s help, you’ll learn a new crochet stitch, how to increase and decrease, and how to get better at reading your crochet. Choose some yarn you love, relax, and enjoy! (Please note that the class won’t cover blocking and finishing your scarf, but resources will be provided so that you can finish the project on your own.)
Pre-requisites: Participants should be comfortable chaining with consistent tension and confident making single crochet stitches. It is highly recommended that participants can read a crochet pattern, but not required.
Homework: None
Materials to bring along:
2 skeins (700–800 yards.) of sock/fingering weight yarn, purchased from Spun
• Size USG crochet hook. (You may need to go up or down a size if your gauge is too tight or too loose.)
• Locking stitch markers
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends (at home)

Maximum number of students: 7

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