Sunday, 22 September 2013

Tunisian Crochet Workshop Last Sep. 14

We had a full session last Sep. 14 for our Tunisian Crochet Workshop at Pipino Malingap. It's my first time holding a workshop in this branch of Pipino in Quezon City. The place actually sends off a "crafty" vibe - no wonder why because Alessa Lanot of Life After Breakfast usually holds her crafternoons here as well! Great service too!
Each participant had a platter of yummy Pipino vegetarian food served with in-house iced tea while they worked on their Tunisian stitches.
We had first time crocheters and experienced ones in the mix. 
We learned 4 different kinds of basic Tunisian stitches using the Susan Bates afghan hook and Lily Sugar 'n Cream yarn.

One thing I noticed about my crochet workshops is that we usually get those bouts of silence because of the "alone" time each participant needs to concentrate on her crocheting. 
Thanks for coming, ladies! Looking forward to seeing your Tunisian projects (as of today, one of them is actually in the middle of making a shawl using the different kinds of stitches)!
If you missed our September workshops, I opened 2 more sessions in October!
Workshop fee is P1,250. With this, a participant gets to take home 2 skeins of Creme de la Creme yarn (colors to be chosen by the participant from the stash available), a 14-in. Susan Bates Afghan Hook, and illustrated instructions. Delicious vegetarian food from Pipino will also be served!

Just to tease you a bit, these are the color choices of Creme de la Creme yarn available to the participants of this workshop. This yarn will also be offered exclusively online by Gantsilyo Guru Selections!
To register, please fill up the form below:

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