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Crochet Christmas Tree Workshop

Organised by Laws Knitters

Students from the last Halloween workshop PUT YOUR HANDS UP! Back then, most of the class time was spent on basic skills and crochet gestures so you should know what the masters focuses on. When it comes to Christmas, the Christmas Tree Workshop curated by Laws Knitter, while also a satellite event of BODW CityPorg 2022, we decided to follow their advice. Everything starts with basic skills! Beginners who don't know much about crochet, don't miss this workshop - you can make a chubby Christmas tree, and also familiarise yourself with needles and gestures, and practise your basic skills well! The Christmas tree core is made with a computerised loom in advance, so that students have more time to work on the decoration of the Christmas tree. You can also see the difference between machine and hand woven works. The Christmas tree will be made with different materials and the masters will also teach hand crochet skills. Let's learn what the masters has learned all his life!

Apply here:
https://shop.lawsknitters.com/collections/workshop/products/mini-christmas-tree-hand-crochet-workshop

The above information is provided by BODW CityProg Partner.

In light of the current pandemic situation, the Organiser reserves the right to cancel, postpone or change any details such as dates and formats of all events without prior notice. Please stay tuned to the Organiser website and social media for the latest updates.

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Laws Knitters

Laws Knitters is a Hong Kong based company. We promote the heritage of the local craftsmanship and facilitate the development of manufacturing industry through reindustrialization and rebranding. Laws Knitters supports local design brands (Such as hoopla) and offer creative design, branding and marketing services. Moreover, Laws Knitters focuses on fostering the development and the growth of knitting and knit art. We aim to pass down traditional and authentic craftsmanships to support designers and individual brands, as part of the "Knit Heritage" initiatives.