Is your child looking to learn a new hobby? Sydney Crochet Club has a new class just for them.
Sydney Crochet Club will host two very special kids crochet classes during the spring holidays that are perfect for children who would love to learn a new hobby.
Crochet 4 Kids will be held on Tuesday, 1st October and Tuesday, 8th October between 10am and 1pm at Guylian Cafe at Darling Harbour.
This small class is suitable for children aged between 7 and 12 years who are interested in learning crochet.
Kids will make cute bookmark with googly eyes! Each class includes all the materials required, a drink and a tasty chocolate treat!
The 3-hour class will introduce kids to the wonderful craft of crochet. The instructor will guide them on the basics of crochet and tension. All instructors have a valid Working With Children card (WWC.)
Once their bookmark is complete, the kids can then add cute addictions like a pair of googly eyes to make their bookmark unique.
There are two classes available during the spring school holidays and bookings are essential, so don't miss out.
Head to the website to book today! You can also book on the phone by calling 1300 32 22 32.
Once booked you will receive an email booking confirmation with the cafe and instructor's details for that class.
Sydney Crochet Club - Crochet 4 Kids Where: Guylian Cafe at Darling Harbour
When: Tuesday, 1st October and Tuesday, 8th October from 10am to 1pm
Who: Children aged 7-12 years
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