As the days grow shorter and cooler, it can mean only one thing: it's time to get stitching!
Join librarian Jessica D'Avanza on Zoom for a 1/2 hour of listening to an episode of the Fiber Nation podcast and a 1/2 hour of catching up with your stitching neighbors. All forms of slow-stitching are welcome.
This group will meet every other week from Oct 6 to Dec 15 from 7:30 to 8:30 pm.
Register for each week you plan to attend and a Zoom invitation will be sent to your inbox.
This registration is for Tuesday, November 17.
This week will we listen to: Godey's Lady's Book. Sarah Josepha Hale's day job was editing the largest magazine of its time, Godey’s Lady’s Book. Combine Vogue, Vogue Knitting, and Martha Stewart, and you have Godey’s. She helped build the Bunker Hill Monument and found Vassar college. She invented Thanksgiving, right down to the turkey we eat. If that isn’t enough, she also wrote “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” (I suspect she did so during a bathroom break because I can’t figure out when she had the time.) Today almost no one has heard of her. --from episode description