With the holiday season on the horizon (yes, the holiday decorations have arrived at Costco ... and Ikea), it might be time to bring out your crafty side with the help of some local talent.
4. Tight Knit Tuesday at a.ware Studio and Store
3. Up-Cycling Gift Wrapping at Art Intersection
2. Open Knit at Practical Art:
All knitters are welcome to bring their current knitting projects to an Open Knit on Saturday, October 22 and 29 from 2 to 3 p.m.. The meet-up is free to attend, is open to all levels of knitters (it's OK if you're an amateur, or if you have super knitting skills). Practical Art is located at 5070 N. Central Ave., and for more information call 602-264-1414.
1. Recycled papermaking at a.ware Studio and Store
Bring some of your old junk mail to a.ware on November 6, and be prepared to leave with pretty paper. The creatives at the Phoenix art studio/storefront say the class can get a little messy, but that the results can be used in gift wrapping, book binding, and countless other projects for the holidays and beyond. The class is from 1 to 4 p.m, and costs $45.
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