Sit and Stitch for a Bit This February 12
Sewing is a useful and practical skill. Not only can you use it to extend the life of your clothing, it can be used for DIY crafts projects. It allows you to make your own custom stuff, which is pretty fun. If you’re really good at sewing, you might even do embroidery or more complicated sewing tasks. Whether you’re just a beginner or a pro sewer, it’s more fun when you have other people to sew with. Find them at the Sit and Stitch Event at the Iroquois Library this February!
Sit and Stitch
The Sit and Stitch event is hosted by the library. Here, you will find a quiet space to sit and work on sewing tasks with others. You can possibly exchange ideas and talk about sewing, look at each other’s projects and have a pleasant time being social while you work on the sewing tasks you need to do anyway. Bring what you’re working on and enjoy yourself!
Sit and Stitch is open from noon to 1 pm and after, stay in the library and enjoy being here as much as you want. After all, the library is for everyone. Find it at 601 W. Woodlawn Avenue. That’s in the Iroquois Park area, a part of town known for its many rolling hills and beautiful green grass and tall trees. You will see lots of lovely nature on display in the park. And close to the park, you will find the Hazelwood neighborhood.
Head Over to Hazelwood
Hazelwood is a neighborhood that really has a little bit of everything. There's a big medical center nearby, so residents have access to great facilities. The huge Iroquois Park is just blocks away of course, and there's a fun center right outside the neighborhood. Hazelwood is close to the Iroquois Golf Course, one of the popular courses in the city, and there are many restaurants in nearby Beechmont, an area well-known to foodies. There are little shops all around and many schools nearby, too.
At the heart of it all is Cloverleaf, a mostly residential neighborhood that’s mostly full of charming homes in bungalow designs. Made with siding in pretty colors and extra details inside, these are historic homes with a lot to offer. You might find a brick accent wall, beautiful flooring, gorgeous custom tiles or other little details and touches here. These are hidden treasure homes. Once you discover this gem of a neighborhood, you won't forget it.
Go see Cloverleaf this February and go see how much you like the homes here.
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