Craft it up @ the Library

  For all you artsy and crafty types out there craving some inspiration, look no further than the arts and craft section at the Tea Tree Gully Library.
Why not make some awesome vintage style bags and ribbon rosettes with Emma Brennan’s book “Making vintage bags”?


Cover that boring old diary or note book with some fun fabric, as inspired by Rebecca Yaker’s “One-metre wonders


Make a felt friend to adorn a tea towel with Nelly Pailoux’s quirky book “Felties



Sew yourself a one in a million skirt with Francesca DenHartog’s “Sew what! skirts

Come on crafters of Tea Tree Gully! Give it a go, borrow a book and see where inspiration takes you.

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About Tea Tree Gully Library

Located at the City of Tea Tree Gully Civic Centre, the Tea Tree Gully Library has a range of collections and services to meet the diverse needs of our 60,000 registered borrowers. We have a collection of over 130,000 items including books, DVDs, CDs and magazines. We are committed to staying in touch with our registered borrowers and now provide news, insights and information through our library blog “Off the shelf”.

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  1. Cath Kidston’s sewing books are also very popular, if for nothing else she uses gorgeous fabrics.

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