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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I'm hoping to attend, but the library link said that the event is "sold out".
0 · March 24
Sorry about. I will.ask the library plan another session. You also can request it too.
0 · March 25
Yes, I'll request another session. Smaller group better.
0 · March 29
I look forward to another session. If the next one is a smaller group, all the better! :-)
I prefer smaller group too. But I had a hard time to find a nice location, so have to cooperate with the library. Is there any venue you would suggest?
1 · March 25
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.
good points. I know an informal restaurant where my book club meet.
0 · March 26
Sorry, this event is fully booked in library. I will request library to plan another one. All have RSVPed feel free to join.
Tried to register on above web site and it says ticket sales have ended. Is the class at the library?
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.
hope it is a hands-on class. Thank you for organising. Looking forward to learning to make chinese knots and meeting everyone.
Yes it is handson.
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?
0 · March 23
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.
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