Adult Craft Programs This Fall

Join us as we express our creativity at the library’s special craft sessions this autumn. Registration is required for all sessions and is limited to Allendale residents.

Pumpkin Needle Felting Class – Onsite at Lee Memorial Library – In person with instructor Christine Hsiao of Woolly Pets

Needle felting is a fun and easy craft that uses a barbed needle to transform wool fibers into 3D decorative objects. In this free, 90-minute class you will learn how to create your own needle felted mini pumpkin. All materials are provided, and no prior needle felting experience required. Ages 18+ please.
Monday, October 18th7:00pm – 8:30pm at Lee Memorial Library

Sew Your Own Library Tote Bag – Onsite at Lee Memorial Library – In-Person with instructor Ellen Lumpkin Brown of Sew It!

Learn or refresh basic machine sewing skills during this 3-hour free workshop. Ellen will guide you through the fun step-by-step process to learn how to sew a versatile, fully lined tote bag with a pocket; sturdy enough to hold lots of books. Sewing machines will be provided for each participant along with a nicely curated selection of fabrics and all materials needed to complete the project. NO SEWING EXPERIENCE NEEDED. You will leave the workshop with your completed project. Ages 18+ please.
Saturday, November 6th 1:00pm – 4:00pm at Lee Memorial Library

Casually Creative® Take & Make Craft Kits are available every other Monday at the library, first-come, first served, while supplies last.  Enjoy at home at your leisure. One per Allendale household please.