Understanding the basics of sewing is something that can serve you well throughout your life whether you’re a man or woman. Your Abilene Public Library is all about teaching you new things in the community and starting Tuesday, November 7 at 6:00PM, your South Branch Library will lead a new Beginner Sewing Series hosted each month for teens and adults. This program will be led by Lynette Norman, a library employee who happens to be a former Home Economics teacher with the knowledge of being able to explain sewing and how you can get started in creating your own projects.
Again, designed for teens and adults, this monthly series is appropriate for people of all skill levels as we’ll be going through a variety of different sewing projects over time. Such will include instruction in hand sewing, machine sewing, and even embroidery. There’s no need to register to attend, just come out to this program that’s hosted in the evening to be able to accommodate your schedule. All of the supplies and instruction needed will be provided for you, and this session will focus on butterflies.
Sewing has many benefits including teaching you basic skills to be able to make minor repairs to clothing, it can help you to be more creative, it gives you the ability to create something that’s one-of-a-kind, and it certainly can help with your hand and eye coordination, among other things. We invite you to come check out our Beginner Sewing Series at your South Branch Library on Tuesday, November 7 at 6:00PM, to see how well you fit in. For more information about this new program, contact Rachel Jones or Lynette Norman at 325-698-7565, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.