CRAFTERIA - The Crochet Corner

Crafteria is a combination of the English word “Craft” and Spanish – “tería”, which means a place/hub where something is done.

Crafteria has not only served as a platform for talented instructors to share their passion for the arts but has also functioned as a gathering place for those interested in exploring various art forms. It provides an opportunity for art enthusiasts to connect with like-minded individuals, giving themselves two hours per week for some personal time to unwind, reduce stress, and focus on hands-on crafting, which can have a positive impact on their overall mental well-being.

In this Crafteria project series, we offer unique arts and handmade crafts workshops for youth, from craft coffee, candle making, Pastel Nagomi Art, leather work, bread making to crochet making.


  • To build a craft hub to appreciate, respect and explore different forms of handmade craft.
  • To discover a craft idea that cheers up people.
  • To learn about the idea and the techniques of crocheting.


September 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2024
(Every Thursday)

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Deadline for Registration:
August 29, 2024 (Thursday)


Location: Across U-hub
(232 Hood Road, Markham)


Age 16 or above

Capacity: 10

How Much?

$80 for 4 lessons

Materials, tools and equipment being used in the workshops will be included.

Please refer to What will the workshop include? section for content of workshop.

First-time Joining CRAFTERIA Workshop

Returned CRAFTERIA Participants

What will you learn?

From a crochet making workshop, you can learn:

  • basic crochet techniques and pattern reading,
  • explore colorwork,
  • design principles,
  • material selection,
  • the use of tools and supplies,
  • different crocheting styles,
  • inspiration for creativity and self-expression

What will the workshop include?

  • 3 crochet products:
    Granny Square Coaster, Small Pouch and Pen Holder
  • Materials, tools and equipment being used in the workshops will be included.

* Please bring an empty and cleaned tin that is at least 7.5 cm diameter.

Who is the instructor?

Shuky Lam


  • Cantonese
  • English