Sacramento Public Library employee Lori Easterwood shows one of six new sewing machines that will be available for loan through a new “Library of Things” program.
Sacramento Public Library employee Lori Easterwood shows one of six new sewing machines that will be available for loan through a new “Library of Things” program. Ellen Garrison egarrison@sacbee.com
Sacramento Public Library employee Lori Easterwood shows one of six new sewing machines that will be available for loan through a new “Library of Things” program. Ellen Garrison egarrison@sacbee.com

Borrow a sewing machine? Sacramento Public Library to start loaning more than books

February 01, 2015 07:20 PM

UPDATED December 15, 2015 07:47 AM

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