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Club of the week

In the Sequim Library meeting room, up to a dozen members of the Crochet Circle visit about projects, techniques, where to buy supplies, summer plans and their families.

Introductions are made and completed or "in process" items are shown. Books, magazine and supplies often are shared. The group is friendly and conversation flows easily. Some members also knit, tat, spin or do other fiber arts.

Newcomers are welcomed, whether beginner or experienced. Those who have been crocheting longer are happy to teach novices. The group exists to have fun, enjoy good company and their crafts.

The club meets at 1 p.m. on the second Friday of the month at the Sequim Library. Call 681-5635 for more information.

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