A space of your own – The Central Library Knitting Circle

Would you like to have a quiet space to work on a craft project in the company of other cheerful crafters? Have you eve wanted to learn how to knit or crochet but have had no-one to teach you? The Wellington Central Library Knitting Circle meets on the last Saturday of each month on the first floor between 1PM and 4PM for craft and chat. Afternoon tea complete with sweets and biscuits is provided.

Our next meeting is this Saturday 28th January, 1-4pm.

Knittinggroup

You can choose to work on your own project or to knit for any one of a number of charities – Foster Hope, The SPCA, the homeless shelters, or Women’s Refuge. Patterns, wool, yarn and knitting needles are available. Current craft books and magazines will be on display and available for loan.

Come, take time for you, be creative and do some good in the world! You can drop by at any time during the knitting circle – stop by for a quick chat, or make yourself comfortable for some serious crafting.

Contact Sue Dale for more information by email: sue.dale@wcc.govt.nz
or phone: 801 4146

After tomorrow, our next meeting will be held on Saturday 25th February, 1-4pm.

Here are some examples of what we have been able to achieve in the past:

Craft-a-thon World Wide Knit in Public Day 2016