Sew Fun! Make a Bento Bag @ 6:30 pm

Bento bags, also known as azuma bukuro, are popular in Japan, where they are used as lunch bags, gift wrapping, produce sacks and more. Join us on 9/26, and learn how to make 2-3 different styles of bento bag with instructor Afton Salas. BYO fabric if you want (half a yard should do; bring more if you'd like to make more than one bag), or use some of our stash.


Note: Please sign up for ONLY the number of machines you/your party will need. (So if you're a mom and you're bringing two kiddos--but you all plan to share a machine--you need only sign up for one spot.)

 This class is FREE, and supplies--even sewing machines!--are included. This offering is brought to you by Common Threads, NKCPL's makerspace for sewing and textiles.

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