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We offer easy preset dollar amounts or you can customize your dollar amount up to $1300. All e-gift cards are good for any classes and do not expire!

We plan to reopen for classes in Phase 4 based on NYS guidelines and our date will be announced as soon as they lift the restrictions on indoor activities. In adherence to the guidelines given out by NYS, our class size will be reduced to 3 students to allow for social distancing. Each student will have their own workspace, machine(s) and tools to avoid accidental sharing. All students will be required to wear a face mask during class.


Crochet Classes:

Beginner Crochet 1:

You will learn the basics of crochet such as creating a chain, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet and treble crochet. Perfect for beginners or as a refresher if you haven’t crocheted in awhile! All supplies are included.

New dates coming as soon as we know we can safely reopen!


Beginner Crochet 2:

Start on a beginner project of your choice (we recommend a scarf, headband, snood, blanket or boxy t-shirt) and learn how to read the pattern. Bring your supplies for your project.

Or if you’ve taken Beginner Crochet 1 and would like to continue learning and practicing the basic crochet stitches, then bring your yarn and hook provided from that class.

New dates coming as soon as we know we can safely reopen!


Beginner Crochet 3:

Continue your crochet practice by learning how to do square and circle motifs (think granny squares!). We will teach you 2 different methods to start crocheting in the round, one in each a square design and a circle design. Bring your crochet yarn and hook from your first class with us.

New dates coming as soon as we know we can safely reopen!



Patternmaking Workshops:

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Art Gallery at Brooklyn Stitchery:


In collaboration with the Stand Project Brooklyn Stitchery turned into an art gallery for the month of April 2014. The Stand Project is a curation project that invites local businesses to hosts artists in their space. It’s all about making art more accessible locally and exposing the community to themed shows by working artists. The theme of the Brooklyn Stitchery show was “A Thousand Tiny Threads”. Participating artists included: Heidi Lanino, Peter Wadsworth and Jeannine Bardo and many more.