Using up your stash

Posted on Monday, January 27, 2014 by Arts_and_Crafts

50 yards of fun As knitters, we always have leftover yarn around. It’s too nice and too much to throw away, but it’s hard to find projects that use minimal amounts of yarn. Rebecca Danger to the rescue! In 50 Yards of Fun, Knitting Toys from Scrap Yarn, she has written patterns that use approximately 50 yards of yarn to create the cutest little critters, some real and some . . . more »

Mommy (or Daddy) & Me: Sewing Together

Posted on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 by Arts_and_Crafts

creature camp Looking for a fun way to introduce your kids to sewing basics? Check out Creature Camp by Wendi Gratz, a whimsical journey into the world of creating stuffed animals, monsters, and other cuties. This new title in our Axis 360 eBook collection covers a lot of ground. Through clear, step by step directions, kids will learn how to sew on a button, put in a . . . more »

Furoshiki Maker Program at the Campbell Library

Posted on Monday, January 6, 2014 by Arts_and_Crafts

Make Anything - January Program Furoshiki Wrap For further reading check out these books: Furoshiki the art of wrapping with fabric by Kumiko Nakayama-Geraerts Furoshiki fabric wraps by SImple, Reusable, Beautiful Wrapagami by Jennifer Playford . . .