Lace can be done by knitting of course but it can also be done by weaving and yes, by crocheting! So join me in the adventure of crocheting lace. We will look at the history of crocheting and how it started without the written word. I will teach you to read a pattern diagram. You can either work on the patterns as a sampler for later or start a project to take home. This class is for those that know basic crochet stitches. Please bring a skein of yarn that you are comfortable with and a hook that is a size or two larger than called for. I recommend a lace, sock, or heavier weight yarn until you learn. This class includes handouts and patterns for you to take home.
Instructor: Jonee Davis
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Class Size Limit: 10
Jonee Davis (Wheaton, MO) – Jonee relocated to Missouri approximately 11 years ago from Arizona. She has been active in the fiber arts since 1991. She first learned to weave then took up spinning. She is also an avid crocheter while dabbling in all the other aspects relating to fibers. She feels that we are never too young or too old learn new things about the world of fiber arts and loves to share whatever knowledge she has with others. Jonee has a small hobby farm where she and her husband are the caretakers of dairy and boer goats, horses, 6 alpacas, sheep, LGD’s, and all the other livestock that come with a farm.