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It's getting chilly out there! Perhaps now is a good time to learn how to knit. Here is a starter video on how to knit a scarf from LoveCrafts. Need supplies, check out the Craft Exchange on the second floor of the Library.
Want to try some of these crafts but don't have the required supplies? Come check out our Craft Exchange on the second floor of the Library. You are free to borrow craft supplies like knitting needles, embroidery hoops, crochet hooks, and take any yarn or floss you need. We also have a collection of craft books in the T section.
Cross stitching is an easy way to get into crafting and once you get going, the possibilities are endless. Need supplies? Check out the Craft Exchange where you can borrow embroidery hoops, needles, and floss for your projects.
Origami is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. This historical art form inspires mindfulness, relaxation, and focus. The following links have free origami patterns that you can do at home at any skill level.
Colorfy invites you to "Color and Relax". Paint beautiful designs from thousands of designs or even create your own with just a snap! Choose from specially designed palettes, apply beautiful filters and share your creations with all your friends. The app is available for both iOS and Android.