Join SoCK to design a button. Jenny Quattlebaum will be working with us to design a button for our chapter. Bring your ideas for the words and help choose a design for the button. If you have started a Pre-K Hat, bring it to continue working on it. Please save the date Saturday, October 6th for our next Charity Knit-In. SoCK will be planning this event. Also bring your current project for Show and Share.
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.
We are continuing our Hot Christmas Knitting KAL – bring a project that you are working on for Christmas. Don’t let the holidays sneak up on you this year! Some of our members are working on the Christmas Tree Advent Garland pattern, found on Ravelry, but any holiday knitting works for this KAL. Enjoy the cool air-conditioning in our meeting room and knit for cooler days.
At our KNOW meeting on September 24, well-known Katy artist and knitting instructor Sony Hartley will present a program on Decorative Cast-on Techniques. During her presentation, Sony will teach three different ways to cast on a knitting project: The I-cord Cast-on, Picot Cast-on, and Flower Cast-on. In order to participate, bring worsted-weight yarn, dpn’s or a circular knitting needle size 8-10, or a crochet hook size C or smaller. Sony will supply beads and flowers for our use. Please plan to attend what promises to be a fun and interesting meeting.
At our meeting on Monday, August 27, expert knitter and longtime Guild member Nancy Polychronopolous will present an extensive program on Blocking. If you want your knitting to look professional, your lace projects to be beautifully perfected, and your stitches to be smooth and even, this is the program for you. Nancy will describe different types of blocking suitable for our various types of knitted items. Be sure to plan to attend this essential, very informative meeting.
Marilee Belanger will be teaching the Italian cast-on and various places where it’s a good one to use. Please bring some scrap yarn and needles of the appropriate size to use for this cast-on. There is no homework.
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.
Come share where you have been this summer. Welcome to all our new members, and a call out to our SoCK membership – it’s time to plan the next year of programs! Bring your ideas and help plan. Also please bring a kitchen scale to weigh yarn, left-over acrylic soft yarn, size six and seven dpns or circular needles. Bring what you have, but no worries if you don’t have any of these things. We will be working on the Pre-K Headstart Hats. Looking forward to seeing everyone!
We will finish The Peace Pals project. For homework finish and bring the rectangle for the Peace Pals dolls. Fuzzy yarn for hair and stuffing will be provided at meeting. Also, we will briefly discuss plans for future programs. The link for the patterns are: Pocket Peace Pal and Pocket Peace Pal with Skirt.