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Wednesday Adult Programs for The Little Blue Library

Today is Wednesday Oct 17 and we had Spin-a-Yarn at 11 am at the Mercer Botanic Center.  It is located at 22540 Aldine Westfield Rd.  For more information on the location, please call Carrie at 832-927-5480. If you like to do crafts, sew, knit, crochet and chat, then this is the group for you.  Then later at 5 pm we will have our Word Crafters meeting at 5 pm in the Starbucks at 1960 & Aldine Westfield Rd.  If you like to write or would like to start, come join us.  We would love to see you there!

SAGE: Yarnspirations!

Join SAGE tomorrow (Tues 7/10) from 10 AM to 12 PM in the Meeting Room for Yarnspirations. Design and share your own knit & crochet projects! Crochet or knit in the company of other enthusiasts. Yarn, pattern samples, & refreshments provided by F.O.L.K. No registration required.

Crochet Cornucopia

Do you know how to crochet or would you like to learn? Crochet is a fun and relaxing hobby that allows you to make anything you can imagine - clothing, decorations, stuffed animals, and much more. This Thursday, October 26 we will be starting a cornucopia project during our monthly Coffee & Crochet program for adults. You are invited to join us at 10:30 am for this fun project, and enjoy a cup of coffee while you work. All materials are provided, some materials are provided by the Friends of the South Houston Library. 

For more information please contact the branch at 832-927-5530.

Handmade at HCPL: Knitting Groups and More

 

Cool weather is here, and you know what that means: before you can say 'credit card limit,' you’ll be racking your ho-ho-hopelessly overtaxed brain for something to give Aunt Tildie that will show her how much you love her, but won’t have you scrounging for every last penny of loose change in the sofa cushions. Why not knit her a festive tea cozy or a set of golf club head covers?

One Skein Away

You just finished a needlework project and have a skein or two of yarn left over.  Do you add it to your pile of hodge podge yarn?  Or do you go to the library and check out a one-skein book for ideas on how to make something useful with so little.  Click here for a list of what we have.

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