Crochet & knitting classes

Regular price $60.00

Tap the class date above for the list of all available class dates. 

Learn a skill for life at a beginner crochet or knitting class in a relaxed, small group setting. Bring a friend or come on your own – we are a friendly bunch!

Maximum 6 people per class.

Our venue

Mathers House

108-110 Bathurst St, Hobart (next to the State Library)

Our choice of venue is proudly level-access.

All attendees are required to be a minimum of double-vaccinated, in compliance with Hobart City Council’s venue COVID-19 Safety Plan. 

Payment

Bookings are essential and confirmed with payment.

What do I bring?

Bring along a 5mm crochet hook for beginner granny square classes and a 20mm crochet hook for chunky cowl classes. Yarn is provided. Both hooks are available here on our website. Choose 'local pickup' if you would like your hook to be waiting for you at the class.

All materials are provided for beginner knitting classes.

Class descriptions

  • Granny squares / beginner knitting: For absolute beginners (or those who learned years ago and need some help to remember). Learn the basic stitches in a small group setting.

  • Chunky cowl: Make a loop cowl scarf in 2 hours on a big, 20mm hook using chunky yarn. Suitable for beginners.

Covid-19 and you 

Your safety is paramount.

Please do not attend a class if you have any symptoms of a cough or cold. We will gladly transfer your booking to the next available class or offer in-store credit.

Private group classes

Please contact Katinka on 0450 944 242 to discuss date availability for your baby shower crafternoon, team-building activity or social gathering. 

Our refund policy

Class fees are non-refundable, as our events are regularly sold out and someone else may miss out on a place due to last-minute cancellations.

However, we understand that life gets in the way sometimes! Therefore, dates and names are transferable if required. Class vouchers may also be applied to in-store credit.

Supported by the City of Hobart Local Business for a Better Community Grant