Saturday, December 3rd, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
South Branch of Berkeley Public Library, “Community Room”
1901 Russell Street in Berkeley

Join us on December 3rd for an afternoon of crafting instruction and discussion. Learn knitting and crocheting basics and how crafting can be used to create public art (“craftivism” and “yarn bombing”). No experience necessary!

A limited supply of craft materials will be available for participants to practice with and start projects.

Participants are encouraged to bring craft supplies if possible: knitting needles and/or crochet hooks, yarn, felt, newspaper or magazine clippings for collage, etc.Participants may also bring works in progress or patterns if they have specific questions. Any and all forms of crafting are welcome!

This event is, unfortunately over, but if you wanted to see the PowerPoint Presentation, it is available here: Yarn Bombing and Craftivism

Wheelchair accessible. Please refrain from wearing scented products to public programs.
PLEASE NOTE: This event is not sponsored by the Berkeley Public Library. Groups and organizations may use meeting rooms when they are not being used for activities sponsored by the Library. Permission to use the meeting rooms does not imply Library endorsement of the goals, policies or activities of any group or organization. For more information on meeting rooms at the Berkeley Public Library, visit