Knitting, weaving, scrapbooking, wood turning and jewelry making.

Students at York Suburban High School were introduced to those and a number of other crafts this week, as part of American Craft Week.

Teacher Karen Fornadel invited around a dozen crafters to the school to mark the week. Some demonstrated their skills, and others displayed their work in the school library.

Students were able to participate in some of the activities, such as drawing with illustrator Mitch Miller, a York Suburban alum, and scrapbooking with Joan Clark.

American Craft Week aims to spotlight the work of American artists and their handmade goods. Learn more at americancraftweek.com.

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