Stitching Circle

***The Stitching Circle has been put ON HOLD at the library until we can re-evaluate in pandemic mode***

A group of stitchers meets every Monday at 5:00 p.m. at the library for the Roslyn Library Stitiching Circle. Some people are working on their own crocheting or knitting projects, embroidering, hand-sewing, even making rag rugs. Others want to learn or re-learn how to stitch.

Other times, the group decides on a project they can all work on together, such as the dish scrubbers they crocheted one year. Sometimes special speakers are brought in to share their skills, such as felting, or to kick off a group project, such as a knitted hat.

The Stitching Circle offers a great way to motivate yourself to start or finish a project, to learn a new craft, to relas, and to meet and chat with others. Please join in at anytime.

(Photo below taken in 2019 - all ages welcome)

Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.