Every Friday night, in the middle of the CBD, getting crafty is as easy — in fact, it's as easy as taking a trip to the Museum of Brisbane. Whether you're eager to unwind by thrashing a couple of knitting around, or you're just keen to learn a new creative skill, Making at MoB is the end-of-week inner-city crafting session you didn't know you needed.
Running until July 28, each session steps through the art of making beautiful things with your hands, with a different field covered in each class. Embrace the wonders — both fashionable and therapeutic — of crocheting, or whip up your own lace jewellery. If rustling paper is more your style, discover how to make paper cut portraits (without suffering from a paper cut yourself, ideally), or expand your mind with accordion scrapbooking.
Classes kick off at 5.45pm each Friday, run for an hour, and cost $20 per session.