Attach long strip in the middle of the flat side of the boat
Trace your hand on a piece of construction paper (This will be your Flag!)
Glue the your hand print to the top of long strip
Googly eye with shank
Cut the sock in half. Aim for right above the heel to keep a straight edge.
Sew on the eye with the thread; and the mouth with the embroidery floss. Note: If your stitching is uneven, it makes the monsters look more scary.
Cut from the piece of sock you aren’t using for your monster (or another kind of fabric ) to make hair/horns, etc. Fold the cut edge of the sock inward 1/4″ and sandwich the horns/hair between the opening. Double your thread and hand-stitch across the top.
Fill your Sock Monster with polyfill, and tie the bottom shut with embroidery floss.
COVID-19 PREVENTION UPDATE: The Biblio Wakefield Library is fully open again. Patrons can browse the shelves and use the public computers. Enter via the ramp on the side door (towards the playground). Masks, santizing hands, and signing in are still mandatory.
To order books, call 819-459-3266 during library hours, leave a message after hours, or email email@example.com
Return any overdue library books before ordering new ones. All books must be returned via the outside dropbox (no book donations).
Thanks to all our amazing volunteers for making this possible.
Use the library computers or bring your own.
Our small bookshop is an ongoing, successful fundraiser for your local library. There are an eclectic bilingual selection of fiction and non-fiction for all ages. Adult books: $5, Ado and Kids books: 2 for $5.
38 ch de la Vallée-de-Wakefield
Wakefield, Québec J0X 3G0
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