Botanical amigurumi crocheting workshop

SOLD OUT: Learn how to create an amigurumi crochet character, bringing to life a much-loved plant or flower.

A person uses crochet hooks while sitting next to colourful flours


Spring: 23 May 2024 SOLD OUT

Summer: 6 September 2024 SOLD OUT


10.30am to 1.30pm

Meeting place

Nash Conservatory, Kew Gardens

Nearest entrance is Elizabeth Gate


Members: £55

Non-members: £65

Includes free entry to the Gardens

Join us to learn how to create an amigurumi crochet character with TOFT.

Perfect for the budding gardener, crafter or plant-lover, TOFT bring to life some of the most popular and recognisable plants and flowers in their ‘cro-your-own’ crochet range.

In this exclusive workshop, you will be making a plant directly inspired by the blooms surrounding you at Kew Gardens. With no watering required, the TOFT crochet flower range are low maintenance, always in bloom and are guaranteed to brighten up your home all year round!

The workshop will be led by TOFT founder and designer Kerry Lord with hands on help from the TOFT Team. This workshop welcomes beginners and experienced crocheters as the TOFT team will work through all of the required stitches and techniques during the workshop.

Full kit included.

TOFT kit included:

  • Supersoft pure wool
  • A ‘crochet your own’ project bag
  • Soft grip 3mm crochet hook
  • Black and cream thread for eyes
  • Easy-to-follow postcard pattern
  • Getting started guide and videos
A collection of crochet equipment including coloured wool and hooks
TOFT crochet © TOFT