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A Community Weaving Project at the Museum of Contemporary Craft
Hey, Locals - if you're free any Saturday in July, you should stop in at the Museum of Contemporary Craft. They're hosting a monthlong community weaving project in conjunction with the (really lovely) Laurie Herrick weaving exhibition.
SCRAP has donated a whole bunch of nifty stuff to weave with – yarns and zippers and strips of craft foam and ribbons and so on. These simple cardboard looms work great, and you can take home instructions for making one of your own.
Then, on July 30, volunteers will take all the weaving people have created all month and stitch it into a larger piece that will become part of the Museum's permanent collection.
Cool, right? This freshly-warped loom awaits your creativity. Bring your kids - it's a great activity for them, too!