Lamond-Riggs Library Hosts First of Sewing Series Workshops

Lamond-Riggs Library

Lamond-Riggs Library Hosts First of Sewing Series Workshops

Sessions Geared to Various Ages

Hours before an historic blizzard, excited customers came to the library to engage in a creative sewing collective. Women from ages 11 to 60 learned how to do a basic running stitch, whipstitch, sew a button, and create a pocket to fit a pair of glasses. The majority of participants completed their eyeglass cases. They were proud to have made an artistic case that is used daily.
 
Sewing and Crafts workshops will be held monthly at the Lamond-Riggs Library.  Each workshop will build on skills learned and create a new sewing project or craft to take home that day.  Our next sewing class will take place on February 18, 2016 at 7 p.m. for teens & adults, and on February 27, 2016 for kids ages 5 and up. 

Lamond-Riggs Library also has several sewing, arts & crafts books available for check out. The books are a great resource for projects you can create at home or school. For instance, consider: