Sew Your Story

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Embroidery has been used to tell a story by numerous cultures in the Middle East.  Join us to discuss Middle Eastern embroidery, and learn a few Palestinian designs that have been part of telling stories.  You'll learn a simple stitch and have a chance to use patterns or free sew. 

This program is for teens and tweens.  Reserve your space by email at mermgr@sfpl.org  or by phone at (510) 355-2825.

This is a Making & Creative Arts program from SFPL. Create with us- from clothes to robots to so much more.

In recognition of the wealth of cultures and peoples stemming from the Middle East that reside in the Bay Area, the Library offers a diverse array of programs for all ages throughout the month of September.

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