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December 12th's Handmade: Crafternoon.


 437700. New York Public Library Interested in quilts, handmade clothes, and what goes into the work of fabric and pattern design? Then mark your calendars to come to December’s Handmade: Crafternoon and meet some modern women of craft who work wonders with textiles.

Heather Ross, author of Weekend Sewing; Denyse Schmidt, author of Denyse Schmidt Quilts; and Liesl Gibson of Oliver + S, will all be on hand to talk about their creative work. And as usual, we’ll have lots of Library books to look at, as well as a spread of materials on hand so you can get started stitching if you wish.

Here are the details:

Date and time:
Saturday, December 12, 2009, from 2:00 to 4:00pm

Location: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
42nd Street and Fifth Avenue
Margaret Liebman Berger Forum (Room #227, located in the northeast corner of the second floor)

Question? Please leave it as a comment! Maura and I look forward to seeing you on the 12th!


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Do you need to reserve a

Do you need to reserve a spot to attend the Handmade: Crafternoon or do you just show up? Looking forward to it, please let me know if I need to reserve. Thank you.

Thanks for your

Thanks for your questions--No, you don't need to reserve a spot. Just come along and grab a seat and enjoy the company and the creative project of the day!

Ditto, does one need to

Ditto, does one need to reserve space to attend?

this sounds wonderful!

this sounds wonderful!

Will materials be provided?

Will materials be provided? I'm excited about the idea of practicing making a quilt! Thanks :)

Will it be a sew along type

Will it be a sew along type event? Like bring your own projects? That would be awesome!!! Barbara

Early next week I'll be sure

Early next week I'll be sure to post details on any suggested supplies you should bring next week, so please stay tuned. And if you want to bring along your own needlework-in-progress, feel free!

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