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Topic: TRYING to start a school club for crafting... cross your fingers.  (Read 242 times)
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« on: September 09, 2005 05:55:49 PM »

I still need to find an advisor, but that shouldn't be a big problem.

I knit all the time in school and people always want me to show them how or make them stuff. Since I don't have time to give private lessons, I figure it would be a good way to bring together people that already know how (not that I know of anyone besides me...) and people who want to learn. Plus I want to do Craftster-inspired projects and swaps.

Any suggestions on how to run it? We would only meet in school once or twice a month. That gives plenty of time to work on projects, but doesn't allow for very many meetings.
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