Rag Rugging in the Round

Create a practical gift to be cherished using rag crochet skills to construct a 2D or 3D object.

Participants will use rag strip crochet techniques to construct their choice of object including a trivet, pot holder, placemat, office organiser, fruit bowl, basket or door stop.

Bring your old cotton sheets, doona covers or sarongs, (If possible prepare your fabric by cutting 2-2.5cm continuous strips)sharp scissors and a size 12mm-15mm crochet hook.

You will walk away with skills and ideas (and a near/complete ) for continuing to craft one-of-a-kind gifts and décor.

Learn to crochet a circular rug (or placemat/trivet) using your tired old linen. Create a family heirloom. Participants will be shown the method for planning and creating a one-of-a-kind crocheted spiralling circular rag rug. Bring your faded cotton sheets, doona's or sarongs and learn to cut, strip, slip knot, chain & slip stitch, double crochet, increase, join and finish your project.

You will also need to bring a sharp pair of scissors and large crochet hook (sizes 12mm - 15mm).

This workshop is suitable for beginning crocheters to experienced rag crafters.

Join in the fun by booking your place.

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Cost:

$15

Time:

Sat 13th Nov 2021, 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Location:

Environment House - 125 King William St, Bayswater WA 6053, Australia