Design and make your own Sherlock-themed t-shirt one of two ways: use fabric markers and stencils to add color to a plain white tee, or go the opposite way and lighten up a black tee with bleach pens. (You bring the shirt, we’ll supply the pens!)
The family that paints together, has fun together. On Saturday, April 6th at 10am, make your own Sherlock-inspired art piece to take home. 4x4 canvas panels will be provided for you to paint and take home to display. Can you solve the mystery?
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Whovians, on Thursday, April 4th @ 6pm, prepare yourselves for a British invasion. In honor of another British great, we’ll be designing and making our own Sherlock-themed tea cups and saucers using Sharpie markers. Stencils, suggested quotes, markers, and cups and saucers will be provided. Take your masterpiece home and bake it to make it last as long as Sherlock Holmes' legacy!
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Do you have a knitting question about a current project? Are you stuck and don't know what to do? If so, come to the Madison Public Library on Tuesday, January 15, at 6:30 p.m. for free knitting help. We will meet in the Reading Room.
Paint a Valentine's Day-themed painting at the Madison Public Library on Friday, February 1, at 10:00 a.m. Each person will have four 4"x4" canvases to paint. Give these to your significant other for Valentine's Day or use them to decorate your home.
This class is open to ages 18+ and the supply fee is $5. Space is limited so reservations are required.
Crystal Kitchens will teach a weaving class at the Madison Public Library on Friday, February 22, from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
In this workshop, you’ll make a round basket. You’ll learn how to handle basket reed, how to start a round basket, and how to shape a basket. The finished baskets will be about 6 inches tall with a 5-inch diameter base. You can use colored reed and beads to decorate your baskets. No experience is required.
For those who know how to make a basket, you have two options: weave a basket over a quart jar (use as a flower vase that will hold water) or weave a double-walled basket.
Basket making is wet work, so wear old clothes and bring a towel. The leader will bring all the tools and other supplies you’ll need to use during the workshop.
This class is open to ages 14+ and the supply fee is $10. Please bring a sack lunch. Space is limited so reserve your spot soon.