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Vancouver, BC

Nattypat Crochet specializes in crochet patterns of amigurumi that are quick to make, realistically shaped, and lovingly designed to mimic nature’s cutest critters.


Crochet With Me at the Vancouver Mini Maker Faire

Nattypat Crochet

I’ve got the hooks, I’ve got the yarn and I’ve got the know-how! Come crochet with me at the Vancouver Mini Maker Faire on June 7th at the PNE Forum in Vancouver. I’ll be teaching two crochet workshops:

Get Started with Crochet ($15; ages 16+) 11-11:50am


Learn the basics of crochet: how to select and hold a crochet hook, how to chain stitch, and how to single crochet. Participants will receive all materials needed to begin to crochet a scarf or dishcloth (yarn and crochet hook); however you are welcome to bring your own yarn. A 5mm crochet hook and worsted weight yarn is recommended.  

Crochet For Kids ($10; ages 8+) 12-1:00pm


Introduce your child to crochet with just the basics—a crochet hook, small amount of yarn, and helpful guidance. In this one-hour kid-friendly class, your child will learn to hold a crochet hook, do the chain stitch, and walk away with a cute necklace or bracelet they can proudly wear. Suitable for ages 8 and up. Parents are encouraged to attend and support their child.

If you’re keen, you should pre-register here—just a few early spots are available. Not ready to commit just yet? You can register in person on a first-come-first-serve basis at the Faire. You can also read the full list of workshops here.

But wait! There’s more! You can also participate in a Guinness World Record attempt for the most people simultaneously crocheting. For more information on the planned attempt, to register and to learn more about the Maker Faire, Be Part of a Crochet Guinness World Record.

Hope to see you there!

♥ Natalie of Nattypat Crochet



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