Lake County Library Offers Craft Classes in December

Lakeport, Calif. (November 26, 2022) – Just in time for the gift giving season the Lakeport Library will present two craft classes in December. Giving hand-made gifts is a wonderful way to surprise and delight friends and family during the holidays. 

Both classes will be presented by Amy Patton at the Lakeport Library at 1425 North High Street in Lakeport. The classes are free to attend and all materials will be provided. Supplies are limited though, so registration is required by calling 707-263-8817.

The first class will begin on December 3 at 10am. Participants will learn how to create a shell necklace with fabric scraps. Anyone who has extra fabric scraps at home or enjoys other fabric based crafts would enjoy making this beautiful necklace. This craft will demonstrate making fabric twine and tying two different styles of knots.

The second class is on December 17 at 2pm. At this class participants will learn how to create a snowflake crystal with beads for use as a necklace or as an ornament. This necklace is constructed with pearls, crystals, and seed beads to simulate the elegant beauty of an icy snowflake.

Anyone who is interested in giving out a unique gift is encouraged to contact the library and register for one or both of these crafting classes. Both classes are great for beginning crafters, but advanced crafters can pick up some new skills as well. 

For more information, contact the Lake County Library by calling the main branch in Lakeport at 707-263-8817, emailing [email protected], or visit

Christopher Veach
County Librarian, Lake County Library
(707) 263-8816
[email protected]