Late Night Knitty Lock-in

By Wild and Woolly

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Description

Everyone is welcome! Just bring along your knitting, crochet or come without and find some inspiration for a new project. There will be plenty of help for anyone who is stuck with pattern problems or just general getting-started advice!

So if you want a second opinion on your tension square, help with a confusing pattern, or just some good knitty company do come along. This class is free, but a suggested donation of GBP 5 is recommended!


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What you need

Equipment: Bring your own knitting or come without, and BYOB optional!

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Next class

Tuesday 11 December at 20:00

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Did you know?

The first crochet hooks were made from hardened mud, but were soon replaced with carved volcanic rock, which were then replaced by fish bones.


Find your way there


116 Lower Clapton Road, London, UK


Ratings & Reviews

5 (2)

Late Night Knitty Lock-in

Its an amazing shop. Thank you Anna serving to community & bringing together

Abbey
Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

Late Night Knitty Lock-in

Anna and her customers were a delight to meet. The shop is very simple to get to with a bus stop across the road. The shop is small but perfectly formed. Yarns featured are a couple of go to yarns like Malabrigo and Fyberspates along with featuring a number of UK based yarn companies, both small ones and larger companies. Thanks for the cup of tea, Ill be back.

Laura
Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

The Host


Wild and Woolly is a wool shop by day and knitting school by night. Classes are all about conquering new techniques, solving stitch muddles and discovering new adventures with yarn.

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