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MEDIA DIARY ALERT – National Crochet Conference 2024 – in Melbourne, Australia- July 27-29.

Crochet Guild Australia < 1 mins read

www.crochetguildaustralia.org.au/conference


Not so Granny and not so Square

Knitting’s cool and funky little sister is BACK - in MELBOURNE for 2024.

 

Thousands expected to attend the 3 day event - that has the theme:

"CROCHET YOUR WAY TO MENTAL HEALTH"

 

 

LOCATION:        Treacy Centre

126 The Avenue, Parkville

Melbourne VIC Australia

 

DATES:              Thursday 27 June 2024

Friday 28 June  2024

Saturday 29 June  2024

 

PROGRAM:        

  • 35 WORKSHOPS
  • 8 hours of daily PRESENTATIONS COVERING ALL TOPICS ON CROCHET
  • PANEL DISCUSSIONS & AUDIENCE Q&A; Interviews with National and INTERNATIONAL CROCHET DESIGNERS
  • YARN MARKET
  • CROCHET LOUNGE
  • SOCIAL PROGRAM:  NETWORKING DRINKS; Book signing and drinks with Shelley Husband, GALA DINNER; FASHIONS ON THE FIELD

 

TICKET COST FOR GENERAL ADMISSION:  $10 PER DAY 

($5 for CGA MEMBERS)

 

The Conference will provide half and full day workshops from leading Australian and International crochet designers: 

 

 

Crochet Guild Australia is an incorporated not for profit founded in November 2019 and is run by volunteers. 

For further information or interviews please contact:

Andrea Clements – 0417506018

National Conference 2024 Organiser

Crochet Guild Australia

conference@crochetguildaustralia.net.au

 


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Contact details:

Andrea Clements – 0417506018

National Conference 2024 Organiser

Crochet Guild Australia

conference@crochetguildaustralia.net.au 

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