Guild Events

   Below is a calendar of events that are offered by the guild.

Upcoming events

    • 09/27/2016
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Alicia Ashman Branch, 733 N. High Point Rd, Madison WI 53717
    • 0

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    TWO COLOR KNITTING

    with Mary Jo Harris

    Do you look at items knitted in more than one color and want to knit them, but feel intimidated? Well this is the class for you. In this class we will discuss:

    • types of two color knitting. Student interest will determine which types will be taught. Types may include stripes, two kinds of double knitting, intarsia, mosaic, stranded, fair isle, etc)
    • various two color knitting techniques (as determined by student interest)
    • how to read a two color pattern and chart
    • how to make a two-color sampler using one or more of the techniques covered in class

    Skills needed: know how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, and join in a circle

    Materials needed: 

    • 2 or more very different colors of basic worsted weight yarn (no novelty yarn)
    • needles in a size appropriate for your yarn
    • Paper for taking notes
    • Pen or Pencil
    • Stitch markers appropriate for your needles
    • Usual knitting supplies

    Homework: None

    Materials Fee: None


    • 10/09/2016
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 0

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    Class Title: 1-Day Sequence Knitting Workshop

    Instructor: Cecilia Campochiaro

    Overall Skill Category: Advanced beginners through to very experienced knitters.

    Class Description:  This all-day workshop with Cecelia Campochiaro, author of Sequence Knitting, will start with an introduction:

    • Concept of Sequence Knitting
    • Why Sequence Knitting is fun
    • When Sequence Knitting makes sense
    • How to read sequence knitting instructions and charts
    • Common mistakes and how to avoid them
    • Creating swatches using Sequence Knitting methods
    • Yarn choice: gauge, hand, colors and working with variegated yarns

    Materials fee: None

    Supplies to Bring to Class2 balls of yarn in contrasting colors with appropriate needles for swatching, plus yarn, and needles of the student’s choice to begin swatching and planning their own Sequence Knitting project.    

    Recommended: A copy Cecilia's Sequence Knitting book

    Pre-Class Assignment: None

    Class Size:  Minimum of 12, maximum of 24 students

    • 10/10/2016
    • 05/08/2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711

    Brown Bag Exchange

    Join the fun!

    Join the popular Brown Bag Exchange where you knit a project for a mystery member and someone else knits for you!  Pick up a mystery bag at the October 10, 2016 Guild Meeting.  All will be revealed at the May 8, 2017 Guild Meeting.

    Register here so that you receive regular updates, reminders and news about the Brown Bag Exchange. 

    For more details, see the October 2016 Kniters Knews newsletter.


    • 10/10/2016
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 10
    Class Title: 1-Day Sequence Knitting Workshop

    Instructor: Cecilia Campochiaro

    Overall Skill Category: Advanced beginners through to very experienced knitters.

    Class Description:  This all-day workshop with Cecelia Campochiaro, author of Sequence Knitting, will start with an introduction:

    • Concept of Sequence Knitting
    • Why Sequence Knitting is fun
    • When Sequence Knitting makes sense
    • How to read sequence knitting instructions and charts
    • Common mistakes and how to avoid them
    • Creating swatches using Sequence Knitting methods
    • Yarn choice: gauge, hand, colors and working with variegated yarns

    Materials fee: None

    Supplies to Bring to Class2 balls of yarn in contrasting colors with appropriate needles for swatching, plus yarn, and needles of the student’s choice to begin swatching and planning their own Sequence Knitting project.    

    Recommended: A copy Cecilia's Sequence Knitting book

    Pre-Class Assignment: None

    Class Size:  Minimum of 12, maximum of 24 students

    • 10/10/2016
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Members Only Meeting

    Speaker: Cecilia Campochiaro

    Cecilia Campochairo will be speaking to MKG members on the topic of Sequence Knitting.  Reviews of her recently published and well-reviewed book “Sequence Knitting: Simple Methods for Creating Complex Fabrics”  describe this technique as a new approach to creating knitted fabrics though use of repetitive stitch sequences.  In addition to her talk to the guild, Cecilia will be offering two all day classes on Sequence Knitting techniques on 10/9 and 10/10/2016.  

    Vending:
    Knitcircus Yarns
    Brew City Yarns

    Community Projects: 
    Hats, mittens, and keyhole scarves for children ages 4-11 

    Year Long: Scarves/cowls (fashion or warm) for women entering domestic abuse shelters 

    Knit Connections:
    Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Brown Bag Exchange and Mitten KAL kick-off


    • 10/15/2016
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N High Point Rd, Madison WI 53717
    • 10
    Learn basic skills (and some “tricks”) of using double-pointed needles (dpns): casting on, distributing stitches, working in the round, avoiding “ladders” between needles, binding off.  Extras: how to work pattern stitches easily with dpns, trick for working stripes in the round (how to attach new yarn successfully and avoid the “jog” between stripes)


    Skill level: Adventurous beginner with basic knitting skills on straight or circular needles, including: cast-on, knit, purl, bind-off

    Required Materials: knitting worsted yarn, set of 5 double-pointed needles (dpns) in size US6 or US7, locking stitch marker (or scrap yarn in contrasting color)

    Optional Materials: a straight (or circular) needle the same size (or slightly larger) than the dpns; “regular” ring-style stitch markers; a second ball of worsted yarn in a contrasting color for lesson in knitting stripes.

    • Note: Aran- or bulky-weight yarn may also be used for this class, adjusting upward in size of needles
    • Tip: Wood or bamboo dpns are highly recommended (even for experienced knitters) as these are less “slippery” than most other materials and easier to use as dpns [I do not recommend plastic or acrylic dpns as they are too “sticky”]. Also, 6” or 8” needles are easiest to start with (as opposed to 5” needles).

    Teacher: Ada Lai
    • 10/17/2016
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Fitchburg Library, 5530 Lacy Road, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 3

    Learn the basic mitered square technique.  We will also discuss various projects for mitered squares. Suitable for beginners.  

    No homework required.  

     

    Required Supplies - Bring to class: DK weight yarn with corresponding needles (straight or circular).


    Teacher: Sandy Gordon
    • 10/23/2016
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fitchburg Library 5530 Lacy Road, Fitchburg 53711
    • 65

    October 2016 KAL Meeting

    We will meet to continue working on the sweater and mittens KAL for the year!

     

    Those knitting a sweater:

    We will be collecting our measurements.  Wear a form fitting - but not tight top and supportive underwear.  Bring paper and pencil.  Bring your sense of humor.  Bring a pattern you want to knit.

     

    Those knitting mittens: 

    You can bring your own pattern or download the No Swatch, No Gauge Mitten pattern by Jean Gifford from the MKG website.  Bring yarn, appropriate needles and your good humor.

     

    We will have fun getting started on our projects. 

    • 11/06/2016
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Middleton Library 7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton 53562
    • 68

    November 2016 KAL Meeting

    We will meet to continue working on the sweater and mittens KAL for the year!

     

    Those knitting a sweater:

    Bring your questions.  We will help each other with collecting measurements, or answering questions on your gauge swatch.  Or perhaps we will admire the progress you are making on your 2 color sweater!

     

    Those knitting mittens: 

    You can bring your own pattern or download the No Swatch, No Gauge Mitten pattern by Jean Gifford from the MKG website.  Bring yarn, appropriate needles and your good humor.

     

    We will have fun knitting on our projects. 

    • 11/13/2016
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 18

    Class Title: 5 Knit Buttonholes You Need to Know Now

    Instructor: Edie Eckman

    Overall Skill Category: Beginner to Intermediate. Basic skills needed include knowing how to: knit, purl, increase, decrease, cast-on and bind off stitches.

    Class Description: Buttonholes can be tricky things. Getting them just right—tidy and tight—can be a challenge. One type of buttonhole doesn’t work for all situations. What do you do with giant buttons? Tiny buttons? Yarn that won’t hold its shape? These five buttonholes will see you through almost every situation and give you what you need to achieve symbiosis among the button, the band, and the design of the thing that you want to button up.

    Materials fee: None

    Supplies to Bring to Class: Light-colored sport, dk or worsted-weight yarn, appropriate needles; optional: buttons

    Pre-Class Assignment: Using the yarn you'll use in class, knit one or two stockinette stitch swatches about 6" square, blocked.

    Class Size: Maximum of 20

    • 11/13/2016
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 20

    Class Title: Math for Knitters (Where Do They Get Those Numbers?)

    Instructor: Edie Eckman

    Overall Skill Category: Beginner to Intermediate. Basic skills needed include knowing how to: knit, purl, increase, decrease, cast-on and bind off stitches.

    Class Description: This class will take the mystery out of those pesky math calculations you have to do when designing, altering or knitting a sweater. Math-phobics are welcome, and you don’t have to raise your hand in class. While drafting a basic sweater, we will calculate yarn amounts, figure rates of increase/decrease along single row, how to shape V-necks and sleeves, and stitch pattern placement. You’ll learn how a swatch can tell you how much more than what your gauge is, and what happens when your gauge is not on target. We will NOT cover sleeve cap shaping.

    Materials fee: None

    Supplies to Bring to Class: Calculator, paper, pencil

    Pre-Class Assignment: None

    Class Size: Maximum of 20 students.

    • 11/14/2016
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 19

    Class Title: Go Bi-Textural: Combine Knitting & Crochet

    Instructor: Edie Eckman

    Overall Skill Category: Beginner to Intermediate. Basic skills needed include knowing how to: knit, purl, increase, decrease, cast-on and bind off stitches. Also basic crochet skills.

    Class Description: Break out of your knitting rut by blending techniques. We’ll combine the best properties of knitting with the best properties of crochet to get designs that wow and knits that fit! See how to use crochet techniques to make your knits fit better, create the perfect buttonhole, insert a crocheted motif into a knitted fabric, and other tips.

    Materials fee: None

    Supplies to Bring to Class: Smooth, light-colored dk or worsted-weight yarn in two or more colors, and needles and hook(s) in appropriate sizes. Optional: 5mm Tunisian  crochet hook.

    Pre-Class Assignment: Using smooth, light-colored worsted weight yarn and a size H (5.5mm) hook, make one crocheted square, as follows: 

    Simple crocheted Square

    Ch 4, join with slip st to form ring.

    Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc), 2 dc in ring, ch 2, *3 dc in ring,  ch 2; rep from * two times, join with slip st to top of ch-3.

    Rnd 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc in next 2 dc,  *(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in next space**, dc in next 3 dc; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, join with slip st to top of ch-3.

    Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc in each dc around, placing (sc, ch 1, sc) in each corner space, join with slip st to first sc. Fasten off.

    Class Size: Maximum of 20 students.

    • 11/14/2016
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Speaker: Edie Eckman

    Once upon a time, Edie Eckman owned a yarn shop. She found that she was more interested in helping customers explore their Yarny Side than in keeping shop, so she closed the store and turned her energies to enabling crocheters and knitters. As a Professional Yarn Enabler, Edie encourages crafters to learn both the "how" and the "why" of new techniques, building self-confidence in making decisions, and leading to happier project outcomes.  

    This Professional Enabling takes many forms, including: 

    • teaching in person nationwide, and online at Craftsy.com and Creativebug.com 

    • writingarticles and books, including The Crochet Answer Book and Around the Corner Crochet Borders 

    • designing for yarn companies, magazines, and her own line of patterns 

    • editing fiber arts books and serving as technical editor for knitting and crochet patterns 

    • serving as Master Teacher for Craft Yarn Council Certified Instructors Program 

    As a lifelong learner, Edie knows that it can be challenging to learn new skills: patience with ourselves is an important key to stress-free learning. Whether teaching, designing, writing or editing, Edie's goal is to help every knitter or crocheter to become calm, comfortable, and confident with their craft.  

    Find Edie online at www.edieeckman.com, on Facebook, Instagram, Ravelry, and Pinterest

    Vending:
    Kaleidoscope
    Wild Haven Fiber Company

    Community Projects: 
    Hats, mittens, scarves for children and adults
    Warm socks for men (can be purchased)

    Knit Connections:
    Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122  5:45-6:15 pm. This month's topic: How to Add Photos to MKG Ravelry Forum and Win a Community Projects Prize

    • 12/12/2016
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Speaker: Charles Gandy

    A Life in Creativity With Fiber

    Vending:
    Ewetopia
    Twister Fiber

    Community Projects: 
    Hats, mittens, scarves for children & adults; warm socks for men (can be purchased)

    ALSO IN DECEMBER:
    • Donation of toiletries
    • Yarn sale to benefit Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin, Inc.

    Knit Connections: 
    No Knit Connections; join us in Room 122 for the December Yarn/Notions sale

    • 01/09/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711

    Speaker: Theresa Schabes

    Fashion Forecasting for Knitwear

    Vending:
    The Cat & Crow
    Jenny Blasen Pottery

    Community Projects: 
    Dishcloths

    Knit Connections:

    Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Knit-In Preview.  Learn all about speakers, classes and special events offered at the MKG Knit-In March 17-19.






    • 02/13/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Speaker: Laura Ricketts

    Knitting of the Sami People

    Vending:
    Susan’s Fiber Shop
    Hearthside Fibers

    Community Projects: 
    Women's scarves/cowls, and slippers

    Knit Connections:
    Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Measure to Fit Socks (forum) and Sock KAL kick-off

    • 03/13/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711

    Members Only


    Speaker: Lucy Neatby

    The Nautical Knitter

    Vending:
    Firefly Fibers
    Five Oaks

    Community Projects: 
    Shawls, lap blankets, tactile balls

    Knit Connections:
    Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Magic Loop (sock swatches), 2 circs and DPN's




    • 03/17/2017
    • 03/19/2017
    • Alliant Energy Center, Madison WI


    An annual winter event hosted by Madison Knitters' Guild.

    Registration opens November 1, 2016 for Guild members and November 15, 2016 for non-members.

    Click here for details.


    • 04/10/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Speaker: Donna Druchunas

    Lituanian Knitting

    Vending:
    Knit One, Purl Two
    Bleating Heart Haven

    Community Projects: 
    BABY ITEMS: bibs, blankets, sweaters, hats, socks, etc.

    Knit Connections:  
    Small pre-meeting discussion in
    Room 122 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Yipes: Stripes, Magic Ball and other Color Tricks



    • 05/08/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711

    Members Only

    Program:   Annual Meeting

    Members' Stash Sale
    Board Election
    Brown Bag Exchange reveal
    Door Prizes
    Etc...

    Speaker: 

    None

    Vending:

    None

    Community Projects: 

    CRITTERS, CRITTERS, CRITTERS for the Monona Library Reading Programs

    Knit Connections:

    Brown Bag Exchange -- Return your bag and retrieve yours in Room 122 between 5:45 and 6:15.  Fashion Show to follow in auditorium.


Past events

09/18/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Mittens
09/12/2016 September Guild Meeting
09/10/2016 WALK & KNIT RELAY
08/07/2016 Stitches Midwest
06/17/2016 STITCH 'N PITCH WITH THE MALLARDS
05/11/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks - The HEEL
05/09/2016 May Guild Meeting (Members Only)
05/09/2016 Member Stash Sale
05/04/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Mitered Squares - 2016
04/29/2016 Neighborhood Knits -An Introduction to One-Color Brioche Knitting
04/27/2016 Neighborhood Knits -Introduction to Sock Darning
04/11/2016 April Guild Meeting
04/11/2016 A Taste of Lace with Andrea Jurgrau, Bad Cat Designs
04/03/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
04/02/2016 Spring Safari to the Vesterheim
03/18/2016 Knit-In 2016
03/14/2016 March Guild Meeting
03/13/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
02/21/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
02/20/2016 MAD ROLLIN' DOLLS ~ ROLLER DERBY BOUT
02/13/2016 Mad Rollin' Dolls Knitting Session 2
02/08/2016 February Guild Meeting
01/22/2016 Winter Retreat 2016
01/13/2016 Mad Rollin' Dolls Knitting Session 1
01/11/2016 January Guild Meeting
01/10/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
12/14/2015 December Guild Meeting
12/13/2015 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
12/09/2015 Neighborhood Knits -Mittens-Let's Knit a Little Thumb
11/30/2015 Neighborhood Knits -Ravelry 101
11/18/2015 Neighborhood Knits -3 Ways to Create Buttonholes
11/16/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Crochet an Ornament Cover
11/15/2015 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
11/09/2015 November Guild Meeting
11/04/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Head's Up--Hat Knitting Skills
10/29/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Provisional Cast On
10/23/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Double Knitting
10/18/2015 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
10/14/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Kitchener Secrets
10/12/2015 October Guild Meeting (Members Only)
10/12/2015 The Edge of Color
10/12/2015 Embellishing Knits
10/06/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables - October 6, 2015
10/03/2015 Vogue Knitting Live! Chicago Bus Trip
09/19/2015 All About the Scalloped Edge: Finishing a Traditional Haapsalu Shawl or Scarf
09/19/2015 Nordic Color--Roositud, An Inlay Technique From Estonia
09/18/2015 Estonian Cuffs
09/17/2015 Traditional Estonian Mittens
09/14/2015 September Guild Meeting
08/22/2015 Secrets of the MKG Website or Everything you wanted to know but didn't know how to ask . . .
08/05/2015 Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection Private Showing
07/07/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Making Magic Balls
06/26/2015 MKG Stitch 'n Pitch with the Mallards
05/11/2015 May Guild Meeting (Members Only)
04/28/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Crochet a Snowflake
04/18/2015 Knitting Safari - Spring 2015
04/13/2015 April Guild Meeting
03/28/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (2 of 2)
03/21/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (1 of 2)
03/09/2015 March Guild Meeting
02/20/2015 2015 Knit-In
02/09/2015 February Guild Meeting
01/12/2015 January Guild Meeting
12/14/2014 Knit Along - Sweater Shaping
12/01/2014 December Guild Meeting
11/20/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Magic Loop Method for Socks
11/17/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables
11/16/2014 Knit Along - Casting on our Sweaters
11/10/2014 November Guild Meeting
11/10/2014 Fresh Fair Isle
11/09/2014 Scandinavian Colorwork
11/09/2014 Two Color Knitting - Let's Begin
11/05/2014 Neighborhood Knits - I-Cord Cowl: An Introduction to I-Cord (class 2 of 2)
10/29/2014 Neighborhood Knits - I-Cord Cowl: An Introduction to I-Cord (class 1 of 2)
10/25/2014 Vogue Knitting Live in Chicago
10/20/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Math for Knitters
10/19/2014 Knit Along - Checking our Swatches
10/13/2014 October Guild Meeting (Members Only)
10/13/2014 Lace Techniques
10/12/2014 The Final Touch: Finishing Class
10/10/2014 Design Master Class
09/21/2014 Knit Along - Taking our Measurements
09/08/2014 September Guild Meeting
08/11/2014 August Bonus Guild Meeting
08/09/2014 Stitches Midwest
06/28/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Summer Shawl Party
06/18/2014 MKG Stitch 'n Pitch with the Mallards
06/07/2014 Knitting Safari 2014 Minneapolis
05/31/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Portuguese-style Knitting
05/12/2014 May Guild Meeting (Members Only)
05/03/2014 Double Knitting Inside Out
04/29/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables
04/22/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Magic Circular Cast-On
04/19/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Mobius Cast On
04/15/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Judy's Magic Cast On
04/14/2014 April Guild Meeting
04/13/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Getting Picked Up!
04/08/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Mitered Squares
04/07/2014 Neighborhood Knits - The Essential Hat
04/05/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Jogless Knitting in the Round
03/14/2014 A Night with Franklin Habit
03/14/2014 2014 Knit-In March 14-16
03/12/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Keep Calm and Cast On - Teaching Others to Knit
03/10/2014 March Guild Meeting
02/27/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (2 of 2)
02/20/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (1 of 2)
02/15/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Mattress Stitch
02/10/2014 February Guild Meeting
01/22/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Principles of Color For Knitters
01/19/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Kitchener Secrets
01/13/2014 January Guild Meeting
12/09/2013 December Guild Meeting
12/08/2013 Knit Along - Fit to Flatter
11/13/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Beginning Lace
11/11/2013 November Guild Meeting
11/02/2013 Vogue Knitting Live! Bus Trip
10/14/2013 October Guild Meeting
09/09/2013 September Guild Meeting (Members Only)
08/10/2013 Stitches Midwest Bus Trip
06/12/2013 MKG Stitch 'n Pitch with the Mallards
06/01/2013 Knitting Safari - Summer 2013
05/13/2013 May Guild Meeting
05/05/2013 Neighborhood Knits - 2-Color Knitting with Ease!
04/25/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Portuguese Knitting
04/16/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Provisional Cast On
04/08/2013 April Guild Meeting
04/06/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Crochet Animals
03/11/2013 March Guild Meeting
03/08/2013 2013 Knit-In
02/28/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Double Knitting
02/18/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Choices from the Beginning!
02/11/2013 February Guild Meeting
01/25/2013 UFO Retreat
01/15/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Brioche Knitting
01/14/2013 January Guild Meeting
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