“Tropical Islands Quilters & Crafters”, is a newly formed group in town.
“Description: Quilting with a focus on the use of Tropical, Hawaiian and oceanic print fabrics. Crafts utilizing sea shells, beads, fibers and more to create wall hangings, fabric baskets, jewelry, etc. Sharing creativity along with experiences and ideas using a wide variety of craft supplies and techniques.”
Bring a project or share a project.
Bring a snack and come join the fun!
When and Where: the fourth Friday of the month starting on July 30th at the Himmel Library (near Speedway and Tucson Blvd at 1035 N. Treat Avenue) from 1 to 4 pm.
July 30: “We plan to share quilting and craft ideas with each other. Show-and-tell is encouraged, as well as exchanges of fabrics and craft supplies. You can bring your sewing machines and/or teach others how to make a small project. Food and drinks are allowed so feel free to bring snacks or light lunches. We will also discuss plans for the August meeting.”
For more info: contact organizer Joey Nakagawa at firstname.lastname@example.org.