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Published: Wednesday, 5/14/2008

LOST ARTS? NOT IN THE HANDS OF THESE EXPERTS

NBRN lost15p  Linda Kruzynski, of Temperance, spins wool into material for a scarf. The Monroe County Library System presents Lost Arts IV, with demonstrations of arts from the past, at the Bedford branch of the  library in Bedford, Michigan on May 10, 2008. Exhibits include woodcarving, weaving, quilting, spinning, etc.  The Blade/Jetta Fraser NBRN lost15p Linda Kruzynski, of Temperance, spins wool into material for a scarf. The Monroe County Library System presents Lost Arts IV, with demonstrations of arts from the past, at the Bedford branch of the library in Bedford, Michigan on May 10, 2008. Exhibits include woodcarving, weaving, quilting, spinning, etc. The Blade/Jetta Fraser
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The Bedford Branch Library in Temperance provided a place for experts to showcase their skills in what are called the lost arts. Linda Kruzynski of Temperance spins wool to make the material that will be knitted into a scarf.













NBRN lost15p  Harry Schroeder, of Temperance, hangs the hem of a sock using a sock knitting machine which he says is 80 years old.  The Monroe County Library System presents Lost Arts IV, with demonstrations of arts from the past, at the Bedford branch of the  library in Bedford, Michigan on May 10, 2008. Exhibits include woodcarving, weaving, quilting, spinning, etc.  The Blade/Jetta Fraser NBRN lost15p Harry Schroeder, of Temperance, hangs the hem of a sock using a sock knitting machine which he says is 80 years old. The Monroe County Library System presents Lost Arts IV, with demonstrations of arts from the past, at the Bedford branch of the library in Bedford, Michigan on May 10, 2008. Exhibits include woodcarving, weaving, quilting, spinning, etc. The Blade/Jetta Fraser
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Harry Schoroeder of Temperance hangs the hem of a sock using a knitting machine reminiscent of those from the 1800s. Other activities included woodcarving.













Jim McConnell of Jenison, Mich., rushes a chair.









Tyler Marsh of Swanton, holding his cousin, Brody English, 3, of Temperance, talks with weaver Terry Benore of Monroe.







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