Friday, June 10, 2016

Yarn bombing at Dover Public Library

Narrow swatch of striped crochet fabric, with a heart symbol and letters spelling 'BOOKS' arranged vertically along it
Image credit:Dover Public Library
In Dover, Ohio: Crafters of all ages and creative ideas are invited, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, to celebrate International Yarn Bombing Day by decorating the front entrance of the Dover Public Library (http://www.doverlibrary.org/yarn-bombing-the-library/). In a news release submitted to the (New Philadelphia) Times Reporter, writer Jim Gill advised that people attending are asked to bring at least one full skein or several partial skeins of acrylic yarn to participate in a yarn swap. Crafters are welcome to knit, crochet, wrap yarn or make pom poms for the project (http://www.timesreporter.com/article/20160610/NEWS/160619957),

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