Felted Acorns
Oct
2
6:00 PM18:00

Felted Acorns

Fall is here! Celebrate by making a festive garland of felted acorns. The acorns will be wet felted wool balls attached to real acorn tops. Come by yourself or bring your friends and work together on a bigger garland.

Free and open to the public! Registration is required. Contact the Canby Library for more information and to register.

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Freezer Paper Stencils for Teens
Sep
27
4:00 PM16:00

Freezer Paper Stencils for Teens

Freezer paper is a widely available material with miraculous properties. We’ll cut stencils out of freezer paper, exploring the concept of positive and negative space. Then we’ll fuse the stencils to fabric using an iron on a low setting, and apply fabric paint. When the freezer paper is removed, a crisp, one-of-a-kind image appears. All of the materials we’ll use are readily available, and teens will leave the class armed with the skills to do this project on their own at home.

This class is free and open to TEENS. No sign ups are required, just show up and craft with us! More info here.

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Felted Birds for Adults
Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Felted Birds for Adults

Adults! Learn the basics of needle felting by making a sweet little felt bird. I will teach you about the tools and techniques for sculpting wool with a felting needle. This is a great project for beginners.

This program is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

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Felted Birds for Adults
Sep
11
5:30 PM17:30

Felted Birds for Adults

Adults! Learn the basics of needle felting by making a sweet little felt bird. I will teach you about the tools and techniques for sculpting wool with a felting needle. This is a great project for beginners.

This program is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Registration opens August 21th on the library website. If you are a teen-aged person looking for this class, I am teaching it September 1 at St. Johns library.

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Felted Birds for Teens
Sep
1
11:00 AM11:00

Felted Birds for Teens

Teens! Learn the basics of needle felting by making a sweet little felt bird. I will teach you about the tools and techniques for sculpting wool with a felting needle. This is a great project for beginners.

This program is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Registration opens August 11th on the library website. If you are older than 18 and would like to take this class, I'm teaching it September 11th at Albina Library.

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Needle Felted Penguin for Teens & Adults
Aug
10
4:00 PM16:00

Needle Felted Penguin for Teens & Adults

Needle felting is the approachable and addictive craft of sculpting raw wool with a barbed felting needle. Learn to needle felt a cute penguin from artist LeBrie Rich. At the end we will photograph our critters in front of various backdrops.

Ages 12 and up.

More info: https://fvrl.librarymarket.com/events/needle-felted-penguin-lebrie-rich

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Felting Camp For Teens - Belmont
Jul
30
to Aug 3

Felting Camp For Teens - Belmont

Make a variety of soft sculpture food items inspired by Pop Art (like Claes Oldenburg’s giant sewn hamburger). Teens will learn wet felting and needle felting techniques that progress each session. At the end of the series, each participant will have a brown bag lunch with a felt sandwich, carrots and other wooly snacks. Each class will be a self-contained project to accommodate drop-ins.

Free and open to the public but registration required!

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Needle Felted Cute Critters for Adults & Teens
Jul
21
2:00 PM14:00

Needle Felted Cute Critters for Adults & Teens

Needle felting is the approachable and addictive craft of sculpting raw wool with a barbed felting needle. Learn to needle felt a cute critter from artist LeBrie Rich. At the end we’ll photograph our critters in front of various backdrops.

Registration Required! Contact Camas Public Library to register:
http://www.cityofcamas.us/camaspubliclibrary

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Cupfakes! For Teens
Jul
17
4:00 PM16:00

Cupfakes! For Teens

Fake out your friends with Cupfakes - sculpted plaster cupcakes that look deliciously similar to the real thing. We'll use plaster to cast the cakes. Then we'll frost the Cupfakes with a pastry bag and real piping tips, just like a bakery - except our icing will be tinted spackling paste. Various icing techniques will be taught. Sprinkles will definitely be involved. Teens will learn professional cake decorating techniques that can apply to genuine cupcakes in the future.

More info here.

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Felting Fandoms for Teens
Jul
14
2:00 PM14:00

Felting Fandoms for Teens

Are you a superfan of something? Write fanfic? Debate who should ‘ship’ on your favorite show? Come express your love for your fandom through felting! Join crafting expert LeBrie Rich and she will help you felt a Tardis or an owl or your favorite anime character. Free event for teens 11-18.

Registration Required! Contact Cedar Mill Bethany Library to register: .

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Felting Camp For Teens - Woodstock
Jun
18
to Jun 22

Felting Camp For Teens - Woodstock

Make a variety of soft sculpture food items inspired by Pop Art (like Claes Oldenburg’s giant sewn hamburger). Teens will learn wet felting and needle felting techniques that progress each session. At the end of the series, each participant will have a brown bag lunch with a felt sandwich, carrots and other wooly snacks. Each class will be a self-contained project to accommodate drop-ins.

Free and open to the public but registration required!

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Live in a Better World and Give Back for Teens
May
24
4:00 PM16:00

Live in a Better World and Give Back for Teens

Come hang-out with friends and give back to the community. Come craft with your friends at the library while helping your community and learning practical skills sewing skills. We’ll work collaboratively, production line-style, making as many tote bags and other essentials for those who need them. Items made in this camp will be donated to Rose Haven, a day shelter that serves women and children experiencing abuse and/or loss of home. All participants will be sent home with patterns and instructions at the end of each class so you can make more!

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Live in a Better World and Give Back for Teens
May
16
4:00 PM16:00

Live in a Better World and Give Back for Teens

Come hang-out with friends and give back to the community. Come craft with your friends at the library while helping your community and learning practical skills sewing skills. We’ll work collaboratively, production line-style, making as many tote bags and other essentials for those who need them. Items made in this camp will be donated to Rose Haven, a day shelter that serves women and children experiencing abuse and/or loss of home. All participants will be sent home with patterns and instructions at the end of each class so you can make more!

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Live in a Better World and Give Back for Teens
May
9
4:00 PM16:00

Live in a Better World and Give Back for Teens

Come hang-out with friends and give back to the community. Come craft with your friends at the library while helping your community and learning practical skills sewing skills. We’ll work collaboratively, production line-style, making as many tote bags and other essentials for those who need them. Items made in this camp will be donated to Rose Haven, a day shelter that serves women and children experiencing abuse and/or loss of home. All participants will be sent home with patterns and instructions at the end of each class so you can make more!

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Needle Felted Cakes
Mar
27
6:00 PM18:00

Needle Felted Cakes

Using needle felting techniques, we'll create beautiful and intricate soft sculpture cakes, cookies and other confections that you can take home at the end of class. Registration required. Adults and 14 and up.

Contact the Canby Library to register: 503.266.3394

 

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Freezer Paper Stencils for Teens
Feb
27
4:00 PM16:00

Freezer Paper Stencils for Teens

Freezer paper is a widely available material with miraculous properties. We’ll cut stencils out of freezer paper, exploring the concept of positive and negative space. Then we’ll fuse the stencils to fabric using an iron on a low setting, and apply fabric paint. When the freezer paper is removed, a crisp, one-of-a-kind image appears. All of the materials we’ll use are readily available, and teens will leave the class armed with the skills to do this project on their own at home.

This class is free and open to TEENS. No sign ups are required, just show up and craft with us! Call the Battleground Library for more information.

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Valentine Needle Felting for Teens
Feb
10
2:00 PM14:00

Valentine Needle Felting for Teens

Teens: Make a sweet for your sweetheart (or yourself) this Valentine's Day! Using needle felting techniques, we'll create beautiful and intricate soft sculpture cakes, cookies and other confections that you can take home at the end of class. Great for beginners.

https://multcolib.org/events/valentine-needle-felting

 

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Mittens and More - For Teens
Dec
21
1:00 PM13:00

Mittens and More - For Teens

Come and sew yourself a warmly item to keep or give away to a loved one. Artist LeBrie Rich will bring hand-sewing supplies, patterns and fabric ready for you. Extra items that we make will be donated to those in need. Let's craft together! No experience necessary.

This program is for teens only.

Multnomah County Library’s Rockwood Library makerspace is made possible by funding fromThe Library Foundation, a Community Technology grant from Mount Hood Cable Regulatory Commission and Multnomah County Library.

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Felt Mistletoe
Dec
16
2:00 PM14:00

Felt Mistletoe

LeBrie Rich is back to help participants create beautiful felted mistletoe sprigs just in time for the holidays. They’re great as gifts or for hanging over your doorway! All supplies provided.

Class size is limited, so please pre-register by calling 503-655-8543.

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Community Giving Project for All Ages
Dec
14
4:00 PM16:00

Community Giving Project for All Ages

Join the community in making mittens and scarves for those in need. All finished scarves and mittens will be donated to a local charity for distribution. We need all levels of crafting and sewing abilities.

There will be two sessions, one on December 7 and one on December 14.

Free for ages 12 and up in the Tualatin Library Community Room. For more information, visit this link.

 

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Community Giving Project for All Ages
Dec
7
4:00 PM16:00

Community Giving Project for All Ages

Join the community in making mittens and scarves for those in need. All finished scarves and mittens will be donated to a local charity for distribution. We need all levels of crafting and sewing abilities.

There will be two sessions, one on December 7 and one on December 14.

Free for ages 12 and up in the Tualatin Library Community Room. For more information, visit this link.

 

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Craft for a Cause: Cozy Project for Tweens
Dec
5
4:00 PM16:00

Craft for a Cause: Cozy Project for Tweens

Using fabric scraps to do good, teens are invited to work on a special cozy project crafting items to donate to those who need it most.

You will be introduced to the basics of making hats, mittens, mitts and more. Continue making them until our final session and we'll collect everything we made and celebrate our successes. You keep one warmly item for yourself and the rest we'll donate to Rose Haven, a day shelter that serves women and children experiencing abuse and/or loss of home.

This program is for tweens ages 8 and older.

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