Want to start a new hobby? Grab a needle and thread
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University of Michigan alum’s LEGO Ann Arbor campus goes viral
ANN ARBOR – University of Michigan alumnus and current employee, Adam Mael, has been a fan of LEGO since he can remember. A couple hours later the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan reached out and asked if they could share the pictures on their social media pages. Mael estimates that 30,000-32,000 pieces of LEGO make up the model, which measures roughly 3.5 by 3.5 feet. He estimates he has up to 200,000 LEGO pieces in his collection. He said if the times were different, he would be showing it at the Ann Arbor District Library’s Annual LEGO Contest.
Looking for a new hobby? Try quilting!
Whether you’re an experienced quilter, or just looking for a new hobby during quarantine, We Do Quilts has all the supplies you need to create your own work of art. Jane Cwiek started her online business over eight years ago as a way to give her more flexibility to spend time with her children and elderly parents. Cwiek sells patterns, quilt kits, pre-cuts, pattern books and more. Beginner quilters can try out quilting by picking up a kit to help guide you through a design. Cwiek showed off an animal-themed baby quilt made from a kit which she said would be a perfect project for beginners.