Crochet and Cake is a group that meets in Hitchin every Tuesday afternoon. It is an informal opportunity to share crochet skills and get inspired over a cup of tea and piece of cake. If you would like to learn to crochet, I would be happy to show you the[…]
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I will be displaying my Woolly Chic wool and knitting and crochet kits at the following events: End of term Crochet Party (aka an Evening of Crochet and Cake) Wednesday 19th July, 7pm – 9pm at Molly’s Tea Room in Hitchin Share our love of crochet and cake at this[…]
Learn to Crochet Workshops Crochet at Hitchin Lavender Cadwell Farm, Ickleford, Hitchin, SG5 3UA Tuesday 29th August, 7pm – 9.30pm – Crochet Mandalas Thursday 7th September 1 – 3pm – Learn to Crochet Squares Cost – £20 per workshop includes all materials, tuition and refreshments. If you would like to[…]
Back in September at the Nourish Wholefood Cafe, Letchworth Healthy Living Centre, SG6 3NA. Free Entry. Take part in the Sixty Million Trebles Project and help to make blankets for some of the 60 million refugees and homeless people across the world. Beginners welcome! Our team 60 Million Trebles blanket[…]
Thank you to everyone who voted. It was brilliant to get such fantastic support and Woolly Chic came a very close second in the best Local Producer (non-food) category.
I have just finished making a 36 inch square Granny Square blanket for the Sixty Million Trebles Project – whatever is that, I hear you ask? The UN at the end of 2015 estimated that there are 60 Million refugees Worldwide. So the aim of the Sixty Million Treble group[…]
Over half term, my husband and I took the kids up to York for what was a fantastic mini-holiday, and I managed to squeeze in a visit to the Halifax Spinning Mill on the way home to see my new wool being spun. Paul, who owns and runs the mill[…]
Starting the new year off by exhibiting at the Waltham Abbey Wool Show on January 15th http://www.walthamabbeywoolshow.co.uk/ Woolly Chic met lots of lovely people and gained some great feedback on our new Hexie Handbag kit!
It’s a new year and I am so excited to be launching a new crochet kit. I started playing around with the design for a handbag using crochet hexagons whilst on holiday in Italy. After months of trying to get the handle right and testing the pattern for errors (thank[…]
Usually the summer months are quiet for Woolly Chic, with knitters and crocheters putting away their WIPs and enjoying warmer weather outside, but not this July! Wow, looking back it has been quite a whirlwind of activity. The month started off with setting up the Vestree Yarnbomb Art Installation in[…]