Sewing and crafts


The library holds sewing programs throughout the year using our collection of more than a half-dozen machines. Try your hand at quilting or make a purse or zippered pouch. Programs are recommended for those with basic sewing machine experience. Most require registration. The library also frequently offers “Make It Yourself” craft classes featuring a variety of projects.

Wednesday, June 2 • 7 p.m.

Mason Jar Luminary Garden Ornament

Create a mason jar luminary to display in your garden or on your porch. Supplies can be picked up at the library in advance of the program. Sign up here.

Monday, June 14 • 7 p.m.

Virtual Sew It Yourself: Market Tote

Sew along with us to make a cute, versatile market tote. You will need 1/2 yard each of two different fabrics and 1 yard for the lining; the library will provide the rest of the supplies. You will be notified when they’re ready for pickup. Sign up here.

Online instruction

Start embroidering with a few basic stitches.

Watch the tutorial below for a sewing project you can do at home.

Sewing Assistance

Bring your own materials and supplies and meet a volunteer in the Tech Room Makerspace for one-on-one help with your sewing project or an overview of machine sewing. Registration will close one business day before scheduled appointment times. Click on a timeslot to sign up.

Check back for future sewing assistance sessions.

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