KIK’s meeting will be on Zoom, September 19th at 10:00 am. KIK Chapter members, please watch your email for a Zoom invitation. Members of other KANG Chapters are welcome to join us; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invite to join our meeting. Members should send pictures of their finished projects by Thursday the 17th for […]
KIK is having their zoom meeting on August 15 at 10:00 am. Everyone is requested to send in pictures of completed projects for a show and share. They should give the pattern name and yarn used.
KIK will be meeting via Zoom July 18 at 10:00 am. We met for the first time in June and really enjoyed seeing each other. We are all anxious o meet in person.
The KIK meeting for March has been cancelled.
Saturday, February 15 will be a show your love day. What tools do you love? What yarn do you love? What patterns do you love? Show your love through charity knits. Knit preemie hats for Kingwood Medical Center NICU to show your appreciation for the use of their room.
For January’s program, Connie Blakley will review various techniques for casting on and binding off, and how to match your cast-on/bind-off stitches. For those who would like to try some new techniques, we will knit a couple of swatches. Bring some worsted weight yarn in a solid, light color, size 8 knitting needles, and a […]
KIK is having a party on December 21, Saturday, at 10:00 am. Bring finger foods (no utensils) to share and a gift not to exceed $15.00 to exchange. The chapter will provide drinks and a fun game.
Gloria Stafford will show us easy and creative ways to give cash as Christmas gifts. Materials to bring: knitting needles or crochet hooks your favorite color yarn, no specific weight Gloria will provide the containers and ribbon.
Have you ever wondered why the yarn you chose for a project didn’t seem to work? Sometimes we substitute yarn for what the pattern recommends. Come to the KIK meeting Saturday October 19th. Our program will be “The Difference Fiber and Weight Make To Your Project” presented by Doris Scott, owner of The Yarn Store Boutique.
Have you missed a ,*( ) in reading a pattern? A chart can be a visable way to read patterns. They are available with a lot of patterns and can save you time. KIK’s program this month will be “Taking the Mystery out of Reading Charts”, presented by Connie Blakeley of the KIK Chapter.