Program Type:Arts & Crafts, Books & Reading, DIY & Hobbies
Have you ever wanted to learn how to quilt or are you a quilter looking for a new challenge? Join us for our first read along, quilt along. Each month we will listen to a new chapter of the chosen book, learn a new quilting technique with "Creative bug", and make a quilt block inspired by the chapter. By the end of the year, each participant will have a completed lap sized quilt that is inspired by the book. This years book is Lewis Carrol's classic "Alice in Wonderland". This is appropriate for ages 8-100+. You can work on the quilt as a family, or as an individual. Fabric, notions and some machines will be available. If you own a sewing machine, we encourage you to bring it and we can teach you how to use it! Any supplies not used will be made into a kit the following week.
The library makes every effort to ensure our programs can be enjoyed by all. If you have any concerns about accessibility or need to request specific accommodations, please contact the library.
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