by Moran Malron
Moran Malron has designed, exclusively for us, the gorgeous Shinjuko Scarf in Tibetan Cloud and Kupa – 50% Baby Yak | 50% Organic Cotton. The Shinjuku scarf is inspired by the Shinjuko neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan, where the old meets the new, tradition meets innovation and simplicity is captured in a clutter of intricate details. Made out of 165 flowers that create the lovely sculptured design through the negative space.
The two three hours virtual crochet workshops will take place on May 7 and 14, 2022 at 12 pm ET.
In the first class we will mostly learn how to crochet the different flowers in the scarf, while in the second one we will learn how to attach the Wild Daisy flowers. The two workshops will take you step by step and while good for all levels , knowledge of basic crochet stitches is needed.
You can decide to take part in both workshops and receive the yarn kit to crochet the scarf or just take the workshops without the yarn kit .
Above you will have four options:
What you will need need for the workshop
The yarn kit or your own yarn if you opted for the workshop only
3 mm crochet hook
5 Removable stitch markers
In the first call we will learn how to crochet the different flowers in the scarf.
We will also learn the Join-as-you-go method.
At the end of the class we will get some homework so we can be ready when we meet again in the second class.
In the second class we will learn how to attach the Wild Daisy flowers. We will crochet the edging / framing details. Then in the last part we will learn how to frame the scarf while joining the edging / framing details. On the last part before we say goodbye I will share some blocking info.
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