That doesn't mean I don't have anything to do though!
First, I am no longer with the library. I am now the School Librarian with Andrew Academy, a K-8 charter school on the east-side of Indy. I'm also teaching Social Studies to the middle school students. (yikes!) I am very excited about this opportunity and have a lot of things that I'm looking forward to doing! I'll post pictures of my re-decorating efforts once I finish :)
I believe many of you already know that I've been asked to be a featured artist for Meet the Artist, a big art show sponsored by the Indianapolis Public Library's African American History Committee. I will have items in a display case along with 2 chairs that I've been asked to yarn bomb. It's taken a lot of looking but I finally found the chairs I'll be covering!
My title is The colors of OUR lives: Yarn art inspired by the Motherland.
I was given 122 knitted and crocheted squares by a group here in Indy that I was able to make into 4 blankets that will be going to the Riley Hospital for Children.
I'm adding children's crochet classes to the schedule at Michaels in Avon.
|Fun bracelet and necklace|
|Cool zipper pulls|