Thursday, August 20, 2009

Crochet and Coffee anyone?

Is anyone out there in Northside Makers land interested in a meet and greet over Coffee and Crochet on Sunday? Let's say, between 1pm and 3pm?

It's a bit late notice, but all good things are!

Date: Sunday 23rd August, 2009

Time: 1pm to 3pm

Venue: Crunch Cafe 660 High Street, Thornbury. Easiest way to get there is via High Street Tram #86 I believe.

They don't book tables, but they are happy to have us. Although they are busy on a Sunday, they seem to think that accommodating about 10 of us might be "ok". Map over here, click on satellite and you can see where the parking is. Crunch Cafe shuts at 3pm ...

Bring: Crochet hook and wool. If you are a beginner, let us know so that we can bring some books'n hooks along! Alternatively, if you have some hand crafts to do that don't involve crochet bring them along as well!


  1. Sounds lovely Ms Maker! I'm expecting the felt for Little Jack's birthday robot to arrive today, so I'll probably be sewing that as I don't know how to crochet. :-(

  2. I'd have loved to join you, but sadly will be away on Sunday. Have a great time, and hopefully next time I can make it!

  3. I can only do granny squares, but I'll be there with my stick and wool (:

  4. hmmm..I wouldn't have any idea about crochet but I would love to join you some other time.
    have fun.

  5. I would love to come! I'm a total beginner, but very enthusiastic! I have wool and a hook and a couple of books, but I think I need to see people do it to get the hang, i can kinda do chain stitch but veeeeery slowly. I found you guys via meet me at mikes and pip's post about craft groups. I'm Fi and I'll see you sunday!

  6. Damn! I have my niece's first birthday on Sunday arvo so will miss this crochet session. I would have liked to come. Next time I hope :)

  7. I'll be there with bells on and quite literally knowing me...Cafe Crunch is one of my favourite spots.

  8. I hope to make it - would love to learn how to crochet. I currently have no idea except what a hook looks like :)


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