Using an Asian-style side stab binding stitch, participants sewed their calendar pages between a front cover made of watercolor paper to allow it to bend, and thus open, and a back cover made of board, to keep the calendar pages from bending.
Once they had completed the labor of putting the pieces together, the proud makers proceeded to embellish their creations with zeal!
Teen Council members served as assistants, and participants! We were so lucky to have them.
In a digitized world, working with our hands becomes even more precious.
Mom looks on….
Grandma gets into the act!
A family of sisters.
A family of makers.
Caring and devoted Children’s Librarian Stephanie encourages a happy family to proudly share their calendars with the camera.
2020 is off to a good start.
Happy New Decade!