Coastal Crochet Shawl Along


Join Eleonora from  ‘Coastal Crochet’ for a 3 week ‘Shawl Along’ crochet course! Have you always wanted to crochet a shawl? Are you interested in the different ways a shawl can be crocheted? Or do you already have a pattern or design that you need help with? Eleonora will have a variety of her own written shawl patterns for you to choose from or you can bring along a shawl pattern that you already have. Over the 3 weeks you will make your own shawl and maybe more than one depending on how much you want to do between the classes!

You will be introduced to various new crochet skills and techniques whilst making a shawl. You will be shown the different approaches to crocheting a shawl with various shaping and stitch pattern options. Eleonora will be there to provide lots of guidance and inspiration.

Sundays 14:00 – 16:00
10th & 24th October and 7th November

This workshop is suitable for advanced beginners. You will need a basic understanding of crochet and be able to do basic stitches. Eleonora will be happy to guide you through new stitches where needed. You will need to bring your own hooks and yarns to the workshop. These are available to purchase at YAK on the day and you will receive a 10% discount. You can bring a variety of hook sizes and yarns to experiment with different results.

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Eleonora is a crochet designer and writes a crochet blog ‘Coastal Crochet’ She has had many of her designs published in crochet magazines including ‘Simply Crochet’ and ‘Crochet Now’. She posts regular crochet updates on her popular Instagram account @coastalcrochet. As well as designing crochet patterns Eleonora loves to share her passion for crochet and inspire others through workshops and teaching of the craft 

Cancellation Policy
A full refund can be given if a cancellation is made up to 10 days prior to the event. After this time a refund can only be given if the spot can be filled by another student.


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