SF Crochet Class: Crochet a Candy Garland on Dec. 3rd!

Candy Garland 1

Ruth Tillman of the Enchanted Square and I are offering our new crochet class again: a super easy and super adorable wrapped candy! Just in time for the holidays! All you need to know is how to crochet a basic rectangle to turn your home (or yourself) into a sugary holiday wonderland, and we will teach you how to crochet this rectangle from step 1!

Candy Garland 2

This will be a really fun project, especially for beginners. Our class will be on Tuesday night, December 3rd, from 7:00pm – 9:30pm, at Urban Bazaar in San Francisco, for $30.00. Check out the class listings here¬†and mark your calendars! I’m also going to bring some holiday nibbles that we can eat with toothpicks, so as not to get our crafty hands dirty!

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5 Responses to SF Crochet Class: Crochet a Candy Garland on Dec. 3rd!

  1. Grace says:

    Hi!!! (this is the girl who had the mini carrot scarf :)
    Can you please post the pattern after the class is over? I live in FL, so I can’t exactly come…though I TOTALLY would if I lived in sf! :) :)

    • TwinkieChan says:

      Hi Grace! I’m so sorry I haven’t replied to your last email! EEP! I’m so behind on everything!!!

      I do plan to post the pattern. It’s actually really easy. It’s just a rectangle :).

  2. Sarah Schulte says:

    Lol I’m jones’n for the patten too, I think I have the rectangle part just figuring out the tie ends. My kiddo wants crochet gummy bears and candy for Christmas program to hand out to her friends in her kindergarten class! Dang living in Az anyway…….must be patient must be patient……yeaaaaaa not working lol. Thanks Twinkie for all the fun ideas.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Hi there! I love your crochet products! Especially your sweets. So can you please post the pattern for the tiny and cute sweets on your blog?I would soo want to attend your lessons but I live in SG

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