Covid-19 & THE CROCHET CABIN

Handwashing:  The front door is always open (whenever a workshop is on) so you can access the facilities. Therefore, please do feel free to pop in before your workshop if would like to wash your hands, or indeed before you leave.  There is also hand sanitiser in the cabin.  Because hand washing facilities and sanitiser is in place, there’s no need to wear gloves.

Hooks:  Please bring your own hooks, and scissors/darning needle if possible.  I’m unable to let you borrow any equipment at the moment but I have plenty of hooks and darning needles that you can buy. For Learn to Crochet sessions, everything is provided so you don’t need to bring your own.

Refreshments:  Drinks and biscuits etc will still be on offer in the cabin during a workshop;  I will ensure that my hands are clean before making any drinks.  Biscuits will be individually wrapped so that we’re not all rummaging in the biscuit tin!  However, if you’d like to bring your own refreshments, that is absolutely fine. 

Social Distancing:  Places at workshops are limited to 4 people maximum at the moment which means you’ll be 1m + apart.  Where possible, the doors and windows will be open, and if the weather is good, we will sit outside for the workshop.  If you usually feel the cold, please bring an extra layer!  It is up to you if you want to wear a mask.

Cleaning:  The Crochet Cabin will be cleaned thoroughly between workshops.
 
COVID-19 Symptoms:  There are certain circumstances in which I would ask you not to come. These are:
 
If you have a temperature or fever
If you have a new continuous cough
You are currently self-isolating
You are waiting for a Covid-19 test result
You have been identified as being in close contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19

Nicola Coleman (The Secret Crocheter) July 2020