From today’s Boston Bulletin:
Boston Library is holding a series of classes for those wanting to learn how to crochet. The classes will be held over four Saturdays – January 9, 23 and 30 and February 6 – between 1pm and 2pm and will give beginners an introduction to this fascinating and useful craft. Those who have learned to crochet before but have let their skills get a little rusty are also welcome to take part.
The classes will be led by an experienced teacher of knitted crafts, Jonica Copestake, and will cost £10 per session, or £30 if you book all four sessions at the same time. All materials are provided for the first session and a pack can be bought from Jonica for the other sessions. Crafters can also bring their own hooks and yarn. Those who attend all four sessions will work towards creating a lovely warm cowl, perfect to give as a gift or to wear with pride.
Alison Wade, Library Team Leader, said: “We are delighted that Jonica will be holding these classes at the library and I am looking forward to seeing the wonderful crafty creations”. She added, “We would love to see more creative groups take place here and I would encourage anyone with an idea to call in to the library and speak to me about setting one up.”
Anyone who is interested can get in touch with Jonica directly to find out more and to book a place by calling 07538 061544. For more information about the range of events going on at Boston Library and in libraries across the county, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/libraries or call 01522 782010.