Freia and the Knitwhit

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Ella Crochet Scarf Class at CCSF this weekend October 10, 2006

Filed under: Crochet — knitwhits @ 4:37 pm

I’m teaching this weekend at Fort Mason in San Francisco. If you are interested in learning to make the Ella Crochet Scarf, one-on-one with me, here’s the info:

Ella in KhakiCrochet a Scarf or Belt
Class #: PE147 Register Now
Expand your Basic Crochet Skills and Make a Beautiful Floral All-Season Scarf. Take a class with Tina Whitmore, lead designer and owner of Knitwhits Design Co. She will teach a modern and fun take on crochet for today’s crafty person. In this class you will learn how to combine single, double and treble crochet to make a lovely cotton floral three-dimensional scarf (or belt). You will work from one of Knitwhits’ most popular designs, the Ella Scarf, with personalized instruction from the designer.
For more information on this specific project, please visit this page: for pictures and to see the available color choices. Please email Tina before the start of class to let her know your preferred scarf colorway (Khaki, Chocolate or Grass). Materials fee: $40 (this price includes a CCSF exclusive discount on the kit). You will need to bring one 3.75mm crochet hook, kits will be provided at the beginning of the class.
Instructor: Tina Whitmore
Cost: $40
Day: Sat. # of meetings: 1
Dates: 10/14 –
Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: Fort Mason, Bldg B Rm: 205
materials fee (pay to instructor): $40

And if you like, you can meet the monster dog. (no, don’t worry, she won’t be in the classroom, she’ll be in my car…) — oh, and the Chocolate and Grass colorways aren’t up on the website yet, but are on the website now, and I’ll have extra with me… once my DSL is back up I will post the other versions of the Ella Scarf, I promise…


2 Responses to “Ella Crochet Scarf Class at CCSF this weekend”

  1. that is GORGEOUS! i wish i wasn’t in ontario (for once) so i could go to your workshop!

  2. Christina Says:

    Oooh, I love the chocolate colorway! Nice work.

    ~ Christina

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