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Skip the Xanax and pick up a ball of yarn next time the pangs of anxiety take hold.The shop offers lessons for beginners of all ages, as well as friendly advice for special projects, from blankets to baby clothes.Ranging from simple beading and stringing to advanced metalworking, most of Ibrik's students come with a specific design they want help executing.But many of Ibrik's students stick around after their beginner classes and have also created a virtual community through the studio's Facebook group, where former and current students often post status updates on their projects and seek help from others. Jewelry making takes some skill and hand-eye coordination to progress, Ibrik said. The new shop even has a separate area for adults who want to paint in a more peaceful environment.Founder and manager Fouad Madhoun said that while many children enjoy the activity, the shop's recurring customers are often older people, who choose to paint useful items, such as mugs or plates, in creative ways.Reach Ibrik from Jewelry Making with Rana at 03-061-596; and for Ceramics 'N More, call 70-202-723 .
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