T-Station Tuesdays (Crafting at the T-Station Cafe)

This is a new weekly group that meets from 7pm till whenever you've gotten your fill of yarn and friends for the evening. Come and share with us!

All experience levels welcome - new, old, in-between.
All fiber artists welcome - knit, crochet, embroidery/sewing, whatever.

We are a diverse group of chatty crafters who are looking to expand our group, meet new people, share in successes, and trouble shoot problems.  We've been known to teach a Newbie some tricks and in some instance have even surprised an experienced crafter.  Show and tell is a favorite activity and we would love to hear about your finished objects, new projects, and crafting adventures.

This location is bright and open, with plenty of seating.  The menu consists of different blended drinks and delicious Asian food.  It is located on the Northbound side of Aurora Ave (Hwy 99) and is directly across from LA Fitness.

Listed on their website "T-Station Café, a local neighborhood eatery located just north of Downtown Seattle, is a haven for foodies who are looking for tasty Indonesian/Asian treats and Bubble teas."

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  • Daria

    Thank you all for coming. I think we had a blast last night! Starting to warm up to the location.

    1 · March 20, 2013

  • Brenda

    Can't wait to check out the new location!

    March 19, 2013

  • Karen

    Last I checked 132nd St was not "just north of downtown Seattle" Interesting that their website says that. I will try to make this event some time.

    March 13, 2013

    • Daria

      Karen, I agree that it is interesting, and is somewhat misleading. It is technically still in the Seattle ciy limits, on a major Metro route, and is on the North End. It's all in how you spin it I suppose.

      We would love to see you, if you do make it.

      March 13, 2013

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