Chinese Knotting Basic

  • March 30 · 3:00 PM

Learn how to create beautiful Chinese knotting patterns with author, Sue Chen. Adults only. Limited room.  

Please register in Sunnyvale Library's Website: http://www.sunnyvalelibrary.org 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm hoping to attend, but the library link said that the event is "sold out".

    March 24

    • Sue

      Sorry about. I will.ask the library plan another session. You also can request it too.

      March 25

    • A former member
      A former member

      Yes, I'll request another session. Smaller group better.

      March 29

  • Wendy

    I look forward to another session. If the next one is a smaller group, all the better! :-)

    March 25

    • Wendy

      I'm in East Bay, so I'm not familiar with (free) venues in your area. However, it has been my experience that craft groups usually end up at one of 2 places: (1) someone's home; or (2) an informal restaurant/cafe that has a large enough space to accommodate 15-20 people sitting together. But in that case people usually are sitting at long tables (knitting, etc.), so I don't know how successful that would be for teaching -- unless you could configure the tables in a big "U" shape, or walk around to groups of 3 and 4 people at a time, and teach that way. If we wait until the weather gets warmer, we can meet outside on a lawn or at a park with picnic tables and benches.

      March 25

    • Sue

      good points. I know an informal restaurant where my book club meet.

      March 26

  • Sue

    Sorry, this event is fully booked in library. I will request library to plan another one. All have RSVPed feel free to join.

    March 25

  • Linda H.

    Tried to register on above web site and it says ticket sales have ended. Is the class at the library?

    March 24

    • Sue

      I told them the session is limited to 30 people. Library emailed me yesterday there are more than 40 registered already. That is why it close.

      March 25

  • Ros M.

    hope it is a hands-on class. Thank you for organising. Looking forward to learning to make chinese knots and meeting everyone.

    March 24

    • Sue

      Yes it is handson.

      March 24

  • Wendy

    Is this a hands-on class? Or more of a show-and-tell presentation? If it's the former, do we need to bring materials?

    March 23

    • Sue

      Yes. It is a hands-on. The library organize it. I will bring in the materials. That is why you need to RSVP. Certainly, you can bring in your own materials too because I will only bring one or two colors.

      March 24

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