Sat., Nov. 30 | Spin Me A Yarn

Crochet a Stuffed Animal!

Join us to make a crocheted animal, from scratch! Perfect for a unique and lovely Holiday gift for a loved one!
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Crochet a Stuffed Animal!

Time & Location

Nov. 30, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Spin Me A Yarn, 2855 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1H8, Canada

About the Workshop

Learn the art of Amigurumi, or crocheting small animals! Lots of options to choose from, including monkey, bunny, alien, flower fairy and bumblebee! 

This is a multi-class course, with one class per week, which takes you from learning how to crochet to creating your very own crocheted animal! We meet Saturday Mornings from 10am-12pm, on Nov. 30th, Dec. 7th, and Dec. 14th. You'll have a completed animal just in time to wrap it and put it under the tree!

Our talented instructor, Danielle, at Spin Me A Yarn, will take you through this class, from start to finish. No prior crocheting experience required - we teach you everything from scratch!

All materials included, including the animal crochet kit, pattern, hook, yarn.  Enjoy light refreshments and drinks (coffee/ tea) included in the ticket price. 

Our instructor will take you through: 

  • Learning basic crochet
  • Learning to read the pattern and increases/decreases
  • Creating the pieces & putting them together

Crocheting is a lot like knitting, right? Well, kind of. It only uses one hook, and the process involves pulling yarn through a loop, and then repeating. Whereas the history of knitting is very long, stemming from centuries back, crocheting is a newer activity. There are indicators that it stems from the mid-nineteenth century, when detailed instructions appeared in magazines to teach readers how to crochet, based on the presumption that they had some basic skills in other needlecrafts. Some people say it’s easier to learn than knitting, and you might agree after attending this workshop led by our talented and friendly Boomerang host.

About Spin Me a Yarn: Spin Me a Yarn is a local knitting shop in Etobicoke. "Crafting has been my comfort; my social base; my connection to home," writes founder Treena Evans. Come experience a bit of that social connection and comfort at this intimate workshop series, led by the very capable Treena! 

Accessibility: Easy. Bathroom is on the main floor. No stairs.

  • Crochet an Animal (3 weeks)

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