You are encouraged to reserve classes online and you do not need a credit card to do so.
However, you may also call to reserve your classes. (Registration and reserving a class are the same thing.)
Call 621-3551 and leave your name & phone number. An office volunteer will return your call and help you.
Registration begins March 1
Beginner and Advanced Crochet
Instructor: Carole Fitzgerald
Wednesdays • 8 classes • 3/23-5/11 • 1:00-3:00 PM
Class size 3-15 students
15 seats remaining
I wrote this course description because what Carole sent sounded more like bio info:
Whether you’re learning basic crochet skills or looking for more advanced and challenging crochet techniques, this course has you covered. Come have fun in an easy-going atmosphere where everyone creates at their own pace. There are a variety of patterns, designed by the teacher, and some miscellaneous materials available.
The following list is from her last class and I wasn’t sure if I should use it again:
In lieu of tuition, students are asked to bring the following supplies:
• Yarn (light color, worsted weight)
• “H” hook and an “I” hook
• Yarn needle (size 13)
• Tape measure
• Note pad and pen Classroom
THIS IS THE CLASS DESCRIPTION THAT CAROLE SENT (I used part of it in her bio):
Crocheting can be lots of fun and has been part of Carole’s life for many years. She has worked at various crochet businesses and has spent years designing interesting patterns. The patterns for her students are her own designs.
Carole learned to crochet over 50 years ago and has worked at various schools and businesses.
She enjoys the pleasure of creating new bears, hats, ponchos and afghans.
Carole sent the first 2 photos and I added them to the existing photos. I’m not sure if she just wanted to use the 2 photos alone.
CROCHET PROJECT IDEAS:
Carole Fitzgerald learned to crochet 50 years ago from her mother-in-law and has had a variety of her patterns published. She taught crochet at Michaels, Joann’s, and at Stevens Elementary School and Stevenson Middle School in Houston, Texas. Carole especially enjoys the pleasure of creating new bears, hats, ponchos and afghans.