Exploring the Art and Heritage Traditions of Crocheting – Cynthia Wallace

New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
457 Queen Street
E3B 1B7
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Thursdays 6 PM – 9 PM| Starts October 17

In this 7-week workshop participants will explore women's history through the creative traditions of crocheting. They will be guided in creating a decorative crochet piece, as well as understanding the fundamentals of crochet design. Stretch your hand across time to take up the craft of your great grandmothers, and learn the skill of decorative crocheting.

MATERIAL COST: $20.00 to be paid to the instructor on the day of the workshop.

Instructor- Cynthia Wallace- Casey

Cynthia Wallace- Casey, PhD is a graduate of the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design and a textile historian from many years back, who is very familiar with the historic collection at Kings Landing. Her masters’ thesis focused upon the Robinson Collection of woven coverlets in the Kings Landing collection. She has a deep love and passion for crochet, particularly in the heritage patterns of our grandmothers from many generations ago. With great care and attention to detail, these women of the past lovingly transformed the ordinary to extraordinary. Over the years Cynthia has taught at the University of Ottawa, as well as mentorship teaching at the University of New Brunswick. She has also delivered many workshops and presentations to New Brunswick’s heritage community.


What do I need to bring to the course?

Please check the description above for material fee and additional items to bring. Material fee will need to be in cash to be paid to the instructor the day of the course.

What's the refund policy?

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New Brunswick College of Craft and Design