Our next meeting will be Sunday February 11. Bring any craft you'd like share or work on. Also I'll have materials on hand for quickie lessons in knitting, spinning and embroidery. No experience or special skill is required-just a willingness to hang out and make stuff. Bring a friend or two or three!
By the way, check out these mentions of the Church of Craft in the New York Times (free registration):http://tinyurl.com/2xm46e
And check out an excerpt of one of Rev. Callie's (nyc flock) sermons in the new issue of Make: Craft
While we're at it, let's start thinking about what we might like to do for the Maker Faire in October: www.makerfaire.com
The mission of the Church of Craft is to promote making and creativity
as a means to be happier and more whole people. Meetings are held the
2nd Sunday of the month. Bring any craft you want, or if you don't
have anything in progress, there are kits and supplies for projects ranging from ceramics and mosaics to beading and beauty products available for purchase at The Workshop.
See you there!
Sunday, February 11, 2pm-5pm
The Workshop Austin
1211 W. 6th St. Ste. 400
(a few blocks west of Lamar)
Charlene McBride firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about the Church of Craft: http://www.churchofcraft.org
Learn more about the Workshop: http://www.theworkshopaustin.com