Teens can sew a winter craft at SOKC Library

The Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library will present a Teen Sewing Workshop at 6 p.m. Thursday, December 14. Teens in grades 6th through 12th will be able to sew their own winter craft to take home! Don't worry if you don't know how to sew. This is a beginner-level program and we'll show you how with our sewing machine STEAM Powered Maker Kit. All supplies will be provided by the library, and registration is required.

We've also got a list of items you can check out if sewing is your thing!

Get Started: Sewing by Hilary Mandleberg

OverDrive eBook and Adult Nonfiction call number 646.204 SE

From learning to thread a needle to designing a gorgeous patchwork craft, this book gives you the skills you need to sew more than 30 beautiful step-by-step projects. 

 

Sewing Made Simple by Tessa Evelegh

Adult Nonfiction call number 646.2 EV

This comprehensive book breaks down all of the terms, tools, and skills necessary to become an expert seamstress. More than 500 color images inspire while a detailed visual glossary outlines fabric types, sewing notions, and finishing stitches. Crafters will learn how to master the machine, hand stitch, and work with patterns in no time!

 

Doodle Stitching: The Holiday Motif Collection by Aimee Ray

Adult Nonfiction call number 746.44 RA      

Provides holiday-themed motifs for embroidery, including designs for such holidays as Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Halloween, Dia de los Muertos, and Hanukkah.

 

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