Have you ever tried to crochet? Why knot?

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Lewis Haskew

RoundABOUT Editor

The art of crochet has enjoyed a surge in popularity in recent years as many took to the hooks as a way to pass time during COVID lockdowns.

But if you missed your chance to master the skill, fear not, a new workshop is teaching Canberrans the basics to get you on your way to your very first blanket, booties or pretty much anything else you can imagine.


Run by a former bus driver turned master of the hook, Margaret Secomb’s workshop in Fyshwick ‘A Frayed Knot’ promises a ‘dedicated face to face space to learn to crochet and knit’.


The RoundABOUT team recently put their own skills to the test:


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A number of sessions are available to be booked from beginners and advanced classes to one-on-one, social sessions and team bonding exercises.

You can find out more and book your own session online here.

Learn more about the art of crochet with our resident fashion expert Sammy Rose on her podcast Tailored Talk: