Granny Trees Crochet Workshop

27 Sep

Mondays 4th November and 16th November  2013                      


with Michelle Cresswell of Owl & Slipper

7.30-9.30pm (2 hrs) at Brighton Road Baptist Church, Horsham


granny trees


This is a workshop for beginners and also those more experienced, in two parts. Michelle Cresswell from Owl & Slipper will be showing you how to make these beautiful Christmas Trees, a clever take on the classic granny square theme. The individual trees can be made as hanging decorations for your Christmas tree or as a gift tag or present topper. If you make lots then they can be strung onto ribbon or string to create a garland. You will learn how to follow a pattern using single and double crochet stitches and you will be able to take the copy of the pattern home to crochet more trees.


granny trees 3

granny trees 2



Suitable for: Beginners and more advanced

Cost: £12 per workshop, so a total of £24

Places : limited to 6 people for the 2 part course

You will need to bring:  If you do not wish to purchase a pack from Michelle you will need to bring the following

–         3.5mm or 4mm sized hook

–         One or more balls of 50g cotton yarn (you will be able to make several trees from one ball)

Crochet starter packs are available from Michelle but must be pre-ordered. This includes a hook, stitch conversion chart, illustrated instructions, a pattern and a ball of 100% cotton yarn from a choice of colours for only £6. She will also be selling the cotton yarn separately for £3 for a ball of 50g.


Email us on if you are interested and we can send you the booking form.



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