Kim Terry, Director of Marketing and Communications
Published: July 8, 2013
Learning to use a loom is so easy everyone in the family can do it.
You don’t have to know the difference between warp and weft threads, or how a dobbie is different from a Jacquard head to come to the Capitol Hill Library, 334 S.W. 26th Street, “Family Loom: Mommy and Me” program on Sunday, July 14, from 1:30-5:00 p.m. The program is free and all you have to bring with you is an interest in weaving.
“There is a fascination in learning how to weave using a loom,” said librarian Jennifer Jones. “You get the feeling that you have actually created something wonderful out of nothing.”
The emphasis of the program is weaving together as a family activity, and participants will create a bookmark or bracelet as a beginner project. All supplies are provided but the library asks you to call ahead to pre-register. The library’s phone number is 634-6308.
For more information about this or any Metropolitan Library System program, visit the MLS website, www.metrolibrary.org.
The Metropolitan Library System of Oklahoma County includes 14 libraries and five extension libraries. Libraries include Almonte, Belle Isle, Capitol Hill, Patience S. Latting Northwest, Ralph Ellison, Ronald J. Norick Downtown Library, and Southern Oaks in Oklahoma City, as well as Bethany, Choctaw, Del City, Edmond, Midwest City, Village and Warr Acres. Extensions are located in the communities of Harrah, Jones, Luther and Nicoma Park and include Wright Library in Oklahoma City. You can also reach us at www.metrolibrary.org.