The October program consists of small groups and problem solving.
- How to fix mistakes in a pattern
- How to fix dropped stitches
- How to keep your rows straight when crocheting
KIK is working on two sampler scarfs. “You CAN Do It scarf” and “Weston Sampler Scarf” Everyone at the August meeting could choose which one they wanted to do. The program for September will be a brief review of questions for the sampler scarfs and then a program on “Illusion” or “Shadow” knitting. Please email the President at knitatnightguildKik@gmail.com if you plan to attend. We want to have enough handouts. Materials needed are 2 balls of smooth worsted-weight yarn in contrasting colors and the needles sized appropriate for the yarn. Please no variegated or fancy yarns. The outcome should be a close knit. One color will be the base color and the other will show the hidden pattern. Come join us.
Please bring a knitting – crochet item valued at no more than $10.00 for a gift exchange. We will have a game that goes along with the gift exchange. We will discuss choices for November’s Christmas Ornament. AND we will continue to accept new member registrations and renewals for KANG Membership. Please remember that our dues support the budget for the new KANG year.
We will be discussing a new position available and rewarding members and officers for the 2017-2018 year as well as preparing for the new 2018-2019 KIK agenda. Refreshments will be provided.
Our program will be a road trip to Yarn Store Boutique, 8900 Eastloch Drive, Suite 300, in Spring. 281-430-3770.
Door prizes and small snacks will be provided by Yarn Store Boutique.
Our program will consist of knitting games – details will be provided at the meeting. Please RSVP no later than Friday, April 6th – the RSVP is required for prizes. Crocheters and knitters are welcome and the only supplies you need are your needles. Everything else will be provided by the program coordinator.
No program information available.
For January’s program, we will have a Sock knit along. We will be learning a two-at-a-time on two needles technique.