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The ears have it! Get down to the Lismore city library and make yourself a pair for the winter. Photo supplied.
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Get your fingers in a knot – or not – depending on how quickly you pick up the art of finger knitting. This month teenagers are invited to head down to the Lismore library and learn the art of finger knitting.

‘It is fun and easy to do,’ said Shonelle Piggott from Lismore Library.

‘It is quick and you can easily make something out of your work from a scarf or wrist band to a head band with ears.

‘It is something different to try and learn.’

Finger knit yourself a scarf. Photo supplied.
Finger knit yourself a scarf. Photo supplied.

The event organisers will get some pizzas in for a snack and the evening provides a relaxed environment where teenagers can have a chat and learn something different in a friendly environment.

‘We do different things each month from making things with duct tape to finger knitting with different people coming to different activities.’

So if you are interested in getting involved book in on 02 66212464 – so they know how much pizza to order – or pop along to Lismore city library 110 Magellan Street, Lismore on Thursday 18 May, 5.00pm – 6.30pm.

‘We certainly aren’t going to turn anyone away,’ laughed Shonelle.


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