My wife is always so jealous of 'crafty' women. You know, the ones who can sew their husbands' Halloween costume? Well, she may consider signing up for the program offered by the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery.

This program gives a chance to explore the history of stitching while learning how to make your own creations.

Fort Collins Museum of Discovery brings you a monthly crafting series featuring museum artifacts and expert instruction in a variety of fiber arts.  Come with crafting curiosity, leave with the knowledge and materials to complete your own handcrafted masterpiece.

Each month we’ll explore a different technique, including: embroidery, knitting, crochet, dyeing, quilting, weaving, and more! Spend your Sunday afternoon at the Museum taking a walk on the crafty side.

Registration is now open -- Sessions begin February 9th

Register here: http://bit.ly/1dDmgU8 or call the Museum at 970-221-6738

February Workshop: Let Your Stitchy Love Light Shine

In the days when pocket watches were popular, amorous crafters who were handy with a needle and thread made tokens that their sweethearts could carry around inside them. Join us at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery this February 9th to learn how to craft your own 21st century version of the embroidered love token –complete with glowing LEDs!

In this Sunday afternoon class you will explore historic embroidered pieces from the Museum collection, learn the basics of decorative embroidery, and receive the materials and instruction you need to create your own Electric Love token.