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Crochet Classes with McKenzie on Saturdays in June

Crochet Classes with McKenzie on Saturdays in June

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Join us for a Saturday Crochet Class series in June with McKenzie

Adults and children welcome. For children, we recommend a minimum age of 10 years old. If you feel like your younger child is able to keep up with the class, please message to discuss before registering. Young children can accompany and free play during this time if that would be supportive.

The groups will continue to work on Granny Squares and will make them into something creative and fun! We’ll work on a Bag Pattern for this summer session. We’ll focus on different ways to connect squares and also explore other stitches like Single Crochets and Puff Stitch!

When: Saturdays, over 4 consecutive weeks

Dates:  June 1, June 8, June 15, and June 22 

Time: 10:00-11:00

Where: The Lake Claire Community Cultural Land Trust, 270 Arizona Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA  30307

Cost: $40 ($30/family for the four classes plus $10/person for supplies). If you already have the suggested supplies then register for the "Class Only" option.

Recommended Supplies (included with this registration option): 
H8 (5mm) crochet hook
2 Skeins Worsted Weight (4 medium) yarn, different colors Tapestry Needle
Stitch Marker (bread tag or safety pin work well) Measuring Tape
Tote Bag
Scissors, thread snips, or nail clippers

Optional: Our Favorite Crochet Stitches by Daisy Crafts

Join us again in September for the next series to continue learning another new crochet skill. 
 
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Meet your teacher:
McKenzie lives in Decatur with her husband and son. She is one of the creatives behind @lifesastitch on Instagram! Give her a like and a follow over there! 
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