The Prescott Public Library:

Adult Crafts-to-Go Kits Available

The Arizona State Library, a division of the Secretary of State, recently awarded Prescott Public Library a grant of $4,000 for Crafts-to-Go kits. Adult Services Librarian Rosemary Medrano wrote the grant “to provide adults the opportunity to participate in a fun craft activity without a major investment of time or financial resources.”

Adult Crafts-to-Go kits are thoughtfully curated boxes for adults ages 18 and older to create a stylish craft project at home. Each month brings an opportunity to learn a new technique.

Past crafts have included a marbled painted mug, a macramé plant hanger, and string art. The kits include all the supplies needed to make the craft and instructions for crafters of all skill levels.

The kits are available to pick up starting on the first day of each month (while supplies last) at the Ask a Librarian Desk on the 2nd floor of the library.

Prescott Public Library’s Crafts-to-Go kits include:

  • A reusable custom branded cardboard box.
  • Supplies and instructions needed for a craft.
  • A themed book list.

July’s craft will include color block candles and August will feature a handcrafted bound journal. Follow along with our “how-to” videos on the library’s YouTube channel, then share your creation with us on social media using #pplcraftstogo. For questions please contact the Ask a Librarian desk at 928-777-1526.
This project is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.