Lace at the Library (maybe the Lions will knit too… but something tells me they’re more suited to hairpin… such LOCKS!)
Hand-Made Crafternoon: October 15, 2011
Join crafty librarian Jessica Pigza of the Rare Book Division and Crafternoon author Maura Madden for a free DIY day at the Library. Our special guest will be the crochet and knit designer (and opera singer) Lisa Daehlin, who will share her knowledge of–and love for–knitted and crocheted lace designs (hairpin, broomstick, and Tunisian lace crochet, as well as yarn-over lace knitting). She will demonstrate some beginners’ techniques for making knitted and crocheted lace. We’ll have a limited amount of supplies and tools to share and try out that day, but if you have the following please bring: DK or heavier weight yarn, a size G or H crochet hook, size 50 knitting needles, and a hairpin loom. And as usual, we’ll have a selection of books on lace from the Library’s collection for browsing too.
Here are the details on this event:
- This is a FREE event, but reservations are welcomebecause we have room for just 96 crafters. To reserve your spot, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the date of this event.
- What to bring: We’ll have some supplies and tools to share and try out that day, but if you have the following please bring: a ball of DK or heavier weight yarn, a size G or H crochet hook, size 50 knitting needles, and a hairpin loom
- Where: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Margaret Liebman Berger Forum (on the Second Floor, Room 227)
- When: Saturday, October 15, from 2:00 to 4:00pm (doors open at 1:30pm)
- Check Hand-Made at NYPL for additional details as the event nears.