PORTSMOUTH, R.I. \u2014 In honor of its 3rd anniversary, Stitchery will host their second annual free craft supply swap.\n\nThe event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 29, from 1-4 p.m. However, members of the community are welcome to drop off their unwanted, but in good condition craft supplies anytime from now until Feb. 28.\n\nThen, on Saturday, Feb. 29, from 1-4, all are welcome to help themselves to anything they would like to take for free.\n\nA donation jar will also be available with proceeds going to the Portsmouth Free Public Library.\n\n\u201cGive us any usable craft supplies that you no longer need, and we will open our doors to the community on the 29th,\u201d said Karen Katin. \u201cTake anything you like for free! If you don\u2019t feel right taking items for free, we will also have a donation jar whose proceeds will go directly to the Portsmouth library.\u201d\n\n\u201cThis event was so successful last year that we are excited to host again this year. Bring us yarn, scrapbooking paper, fabric, thread, knitting needles \u2014anything that\u2019s unbroken that is just collecting dust in your basement,\u201d said Traci Vaspol.\n\nDrop off items whenever the studio is open for classes (check the website for hours). Not sure if an item is acceptable? Email email@example.com to ask.\n\nKatin added, \u201cAdmit that you\u2019re never going to get around to making the curtain from fabric you bought 15 years ago. Maybe someone else attending the swap will be inspired to sew the perfect pillow with it.\u201d\n\nStitchery: A needle arts studio offering sewing classes for children and adults taught by Karen Katin of Dancing Threads RI, and knitting classes, taught by Traci Vaspol of Britstitchery.\n\nTraci and Karen are proud to have offered classes in their community for three years, and look forward to many more to come!