Crafts information at the library can encompass knitting patterns, quilting designs, basketweaving instructions, cross stitch diagrams, fine wood-working techniques, step-by-step watercolor painting, advice for sketching human figures, scrapbooking and cardmaking inspiration and many other crafty topics. Whether you are a novice looking to try something new or a life-long crafter checking out the newest titles in your area of expertise, the library supports your enthusiasm for your artistic hobbies with books, DVDs, magazines and even a database of information on craft topics.
Did you like to draw when you were a child, but stopped? Here are some ideas to start drawing again!
Besides visiting with our Green Fair exhibitors and picking up information, there’s a lot of other things going on at the same time. Here are just a few.
Studies have shown that crafting has effects that are similar to meditation, and it can help folks who suffer from anxiety, depression, or chronic pain.
I spoke with four library staff members whose talents include photography. Here is what I learned.
Exciting new 3-D art and craft works are on display in the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery.
Here come the holidays – time to gather up the art and craft supplies and get busy!
There is something that feels sort of rebellious and edgy about altering books.
There are lots of ways to update your wardrobe – and they don’t all involve sewing! You can go for a look that is edgy, off-beat, casual or haute couture.
Summer is a great time to collect natural materials to use in your arts and crafts.
Explore craft fads from the 1970s with make-and-take activities for the whole family.
The library has quilting resources for traditionalists and newbies alike.