Learning to corchet and kinit as a child started a lifelong interest in all forms of lacemaking. Over the years I have attended workshops to learn bobbin lace, various needlelaces and tatting. I have continued to expand my knowledge of crochet by completing Stage One Proficiency with the Australian Lace Guild. I have taught hairpin crochet workshops with the Queensland branch of the guild, CWA and a local craft group.




During this four day workshop, students will learnto make the basic Hairpin Braid and how to join several lengths of braid together with simple crochet flowers. A crochet fringe at either end completes the scarf.

It is a pre-requisite of this workshop that sutdents are able to crochet.