Learn the traditional skills of crochet using a natural vegetable fibre with a Scottish heritage.
After knitting for 30years, Maite taught herself to crochet and went on to develop this into a small business, ‘Knotty but nice’. Based in Angus and living beside one of the last twine producers in the UK, she now uses twine as her main yarn.
Crochet your own hanging plant pot with garden twine.
Maïté will introduce basic crochet techniques such as the magic loop, double crochet, half treble and single chain.
Students will create a small plant plot holder in the colour of their choice using Nutscene twine.
Come and refresh your skills or...start from scratch!
You will leave with a pattern for your creation so that you can continue to practice and make more at home.
Tea and coffee available at the Centre, but please bring a packed lunch!
If travelling by car, please park at Waterstone crook car park and make your way up to the centre. We have limited parking at the Centre which is reserved for blue badge holders and those with limited mobility.
Here is a reminder of our Booking conditions...
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Cancellations Refunds - can be issued up to 2 weeks before classes begin, minus a £10 booking fee. No refunds can be offered for non-attendance.
If a course is cancelled by the Centre due to unforeseen circumstances, you will be issued with a full /pro- rata refund.
Disclaimer Every effort has been made to ensure the course information in these booking pages is accurate - however FAC assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information provided.
FAC will continue to follow Scottish Government advice and any Covid regulations that are in place at the time.
Forgan Arts Centre is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR), Charity number: SC008537