Shelley Martella, owner of Threads & Ewe, will speak about fiber festivals from the vendor’s side of the table. Her online shop sells both yarn and quilting fabric, and she will bring some of each to sell. Members who want something specific may contact Shelley prior to the meeting so that she can bring what they want. www.threadsandewe.com
This month’s program on Hand-Dying Yarn With Natural Dyes is being presented by Penny and Peggy of Sky Loom Weavers in Cat Springs, Texas. Penny and Peggy will talk about the process they use to create beautiful yarn using flowers, plants, and other natural materials, and show us how we can do it at home. They will also be bringing hand-dyed yarn from their shop that will be available for sale.
Quick – Easy Gifts
* Member discussion ideas
* Members will make soap covers (Knitted & Crochet)
The first clue in the Guild’s Mystery KnitALong is released!
The February program will be a sockathon, so bring a sock pattern, needles and yarn as we all knit socks. Helpers will be available to those first timers. Ann Furlough will teach casting on for 2 at a time socks, cuff down. For this you will need a 47″(or longer) circular needle.
Chix will have Tamara Gooderham as our guest speaker. Tamara will begin her presentation at 10:10 am. Please be prompt.
- the knitted stockinette stitch square
- more yarn in the same color
- 4 stitch markers to put in the corners
- a crochet hook half a metric size larger than the needle size used
- (If you use size 7 / 4.5 mm needles bring a size 8 H 5mm crochet hook).
At this month’s meeting, Janet Lauland will present a program for us on Blocking Lace Knitting. Janet will be discussing techniques and tools for blocking lace. We will also be observing the 20th anniversary of the Knit at Night Guild (KANG).
Many of us arrive at the restaurant early to have dinner together. Everyone is welcome to join us.
Have you gotten stiff hands after knitting? Wished you could finish that shawl, but your fingers just ache too much? Then you might need to see a chiropractor. Dr. Susan Bradshaw will be teaching stretching techniques for knitters. Come learn how to knit happy and healthy! If you have any specific questions for Dr. Bradshaw, please send them to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, we will be celebrating KANG‘s 20th Anniversary! Here is the party food menu: Whole wheat zucchini walnut loaf, Bacon Cheddar and Thyme muffins, Gluten free Blueberry Struessel Cake, Seasonal Fruit, Coffee, and Tea. Please RSVP to the Facebook event or to email@example.com so we know how much food to make. :)