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A beginners' guide to Crochet, Tuesday 15th March, coffee at 10am — finishes at 4pm.

There are a few places left for this informative course.

Crochet designer and teacher Tracey Todhunter will introduce you to all the basics crochet stitches and techniques in a day long class designed for complete beginners. The class will cover everything from holding the hook and yarn to following a simple pattern. Everything you need is provided and you will leave with a set of course materials including hook, yarn and patterns so that you can practice at home.

At lunchtime you will break for a well-earned, freshly prepared sandwich lunch followed by delicious home made cake and coffee.

Cost is £55, to book your place either call in to nettle or visit their website by clicking here.

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