August 30, 2017

Introducing Crafternoons with Mia Stendahl

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September 14th at 3pm

Crafternoon is a fun and creative monthly class for adults. Classes are instructed by Mia Stendal and will feature a new skill in the arts, crafts, and handwork areas. Registration is required at or stop by the library. Classes held the second Thursday of month. A materials fee of $5 is due at the time of registration. All fees will go directly to offset supplies.

September craft: Basket Coiling with Recycled Grocery Bags
Learn how to make beautiful coiled baskets out of all those plastic grocery bags clogging up the cupboard. We will use colorful yarns to wrap the bags and coil our creations. Please bring your own stash of bags.

October 12th: Create your own Zine
We will explore the counterculture world of zines, the handmade magazine movement. Using your own unique knowledge and interests, we’ll use paper, pens, and other art supplies to complete a small 8-page zine. Come equipped with ideas!

November 9th: Winter Lanterns

Winter is coming! The days are getting colder and darker and it’s time to bring some light and color back into our homes. We will use glass jars, tissue paper, and tea lights to create bright, warming centrepieces. If you have a jar you’d like to use, please bring it!


Mia Stendahl is a fiber arts enthusiast and Handwork teacher at the Well School in Peterborough where she teaches knitting, weaving, and hand sewing among other skills. A lifelong love of art, craft, knitting and sewing led her to the costume shop at Keene State College where she studied costume design and construction. Mia grew up in downtown Peterborough where as a teenager she taught herself embroidery out of books at the Peterborough Town Library. Check out some of her work at






Author: Corinne Chronopoulos
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