Knitting was all the rage a few years back (I have baskets full of partially completed projects to prove it). Crochet never quite had the same cache, which is a shame because it’s quick to learn and fun to do.
If you’ve always wanted to learn to crochet, now’s your chance. Southborough residents Nancy Safiol and Lori Woodworth are offering a crochet class on Wednesday nights at the Southborough library. The class starts this week and runs through the end of April (excluding school vacation week), and it’s free.
All abilities are welcome, whether you’re an accomplished crocheter or you’ve never picked up a hook before. Bring a project underway, or if you’re new, a size J or #10 crochet hook and 2 5 oz. skeins of worsted weight yarn (soft or Carron simply soft is recommended).
The class starts at 7:00 pm and will meet in one of the downstairs meeting rooms at the library.
(Photo by mamamusings)