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SoCK Meeting – Bye 2021, Hello 2022

As we come to the close of 2021, we will reminisce about the projects and events from throughout the year, and while we look forward to 2022, we will discuss our New Year Resolutions: new techniques, new projects, and more events?!
We are also having a White Elephant gift exchange! This is open to all members and guests! If you would like to participate, please bring a wrapped gift with the following criteria: considered:
  1. Gift should be Knit or Crochet related/themed
  2. Max value ~$20
We hope to see you all in-person for this event; however, there will also be a zoom option for those who are unable to attend live. Just send a note to knitatnightguildsock@gmail.com and we will forward you the dial-in if you are not on our chapter mailing list.

SoCK Meeting – Felting

This month’s program will be led by SoCK member, Jayne, who will present on “Felting

The featured project is a beautiful Fall Wreath (free pattern found here: https://cdn.accentuate.io/…/Knit-Pattern-Fall-Wreath…)
There will be some swatches made to show-off the pattern charts. Handouts will be provided at the meeting!

Materials to Bring:

  • 100% wool yarn (recommended: Lion Brain Alpine Wool in “Olive”, “Chili”, “Cinnamon”, and “Nature’s Brown”)
  • size 10 needles
  • laptop/tablet/device to connect to Zoom (without audio) as Jayne will be presenting remotely

Where: HYBRID Meeting

  • For those comfortable and wanting to meet in-person, the meeting will be held in the Richard and Meg Weekly Community Center
  • For those wishing to stay on Zoom, the meeting also will be hosted virtually
  • If you need an invite, please email knitatnightguildsock@gmail.com


SoCK Meeting – Projects & Programs

Join us on Zoom or in-person as we finish up past projects for September’s meeting!

Bring your donate items and also bring something for Show and Share. We will continue the discussion on Programs for this year!

KIK Zoom Meeting – Knitwear from the movies

As fiber artists, you most likely have noticed knitted or crocheted garments while watching movies, but have you ever thought about trying to recreate one of those garments? KIK member Connie Blakley, a fan of period movies and an avid knitter, recently decided it would be fun to do some research about knitwear seen in movies. She will discuss her findings and show some patterns that closely resemble those garments. Members are encouraged to share their own discoveries of movie knitwear.
Please send an email to KIK President (knitatnightguildkik@gmail.com) if you are not a chapter member and wish to attend.

SoCK Meeting – Baby donations

Please join SOCK as we knit baby items to donate. The votes are in Ravelry: Little Babbity – Preemie Baby Cardigan Jacket pattern by marianna mel and Ravelry: Little Jay – Premature Baby Cardigans pattern by marianna mel. Both patterns are knit with DK weight yarn and size US6 knitting needles. We will be finishing up our shawls and any past projects. Make sure you bring items for show and share.
We will be meeting at the Weekley Community Center and Zoom, so please mark your calendar to be present.

KIK Zoom Meeting – Chinese Waitress cast on/bind off

Program will be presented by Connie Blakley
The KIK program for June will be a demonstration of the Chinese Waitress cast on and bind off stitches. This technique produces a lovely edge that looks the same on the right side and wrong side of your fabric and also looks the same on the cast-on and bind-off edges. It is an excellent choice for exposed edges on garments such as shawls and scarves. If you wish to knit along during the meeting, bring some yarn, knitting needles appropriately sized for your yarn choice, and a crochet hook.
Please send an email to KIK President (knitatnightguildkik@gmail.com) if you are not a chapter member and wish to attend.

CHIX Zoom Meeting – Future of chapter

Calling all Chix members. We must discuss the future of the CHIX chapter. Hope to see you at the next meeting. Let’s see what’s on the needles and off. Let’s show and share.

KNIT Zoom Meeting – Color Theory

Join us Tuesday June 8 at 6:30 via Zoom for a presentation and play about Color Theory with Kyla Crawford from Kyla’s Lab yarns. Kyla will guide us through theories on color as well as through some exercises and play with color. So unleash your mind. And bring a box of crayons – or colored pencils – something you can use to color inside and outside the lines.
We’ll send out a Zoom invitation for the June meeting.
And keep watching your mailbox — we plan to be back in person later this summer. Details to come.