Wednesday, August 13, 2014

August Meeting

Hot, sunny weather may have slowed down some knitting but did not stop it, as evident by the knitting shown at the August meeting.

Jeannie’s “forever shawl,” a.k.a. Lazy Girl 
Joan’s Begonia Swirl
Naomi’s socks
Sue’s Hitofude cardigan
Barb’s American Girl doll sweater
And we were delighted to welcome four — four! — guests: Sue, Kim, Pat, and Carolyn. We hope to see you again in September.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Sunny Days

Tuesday, August 12
9:30 am - Noon

Bring your summertime knitting and your finished projects — and your summer vacation stories.

And, bring your name tent.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

July Knitting

Even on a hot summer day, knitting was in full force at the July meeting.

Chrisʼs crocheted hotpads
Another Ripple scarf for Karen
Lisaʼs baby sweater

Naomiʼs mitts from her Salt Spring retreat
Sueʼs quilted supply carrier
It was fun to see some of the “regulars” and some of those who are unable to attend regularly. All knitters welcome!

Sunday, June 29, 2014

July Meeting

Tuesday, July 8
9:30 a.m.-noon

Bring your knitting, your finished projects, and your summer knitting plans.

And your name tent.




Wednesday, June 11, 2014

June Meeting Knitting

Many knitting activities are happening in the next several month. Consult the Upcoming Events llist here or Jeannieʼs regular e-mail updates.

Members showed some beautiful knitting at the meeting:

Chris and Jeannie knit some items for Barbʼs
American Girl basket for a USO fund-raiser
Joy finished her big orange scarf and is working
on more projects
Karenʼs Ripples scarf
Lisaʼs Landscape Scarf (Sueʼs all-time
favorite pattern)
Naomiʼs blanket of leftover sock yarn
Karen spent the meeting on some tatting, piquing the interest of many knitters. Contact her if you are interested in learning another fiber skill.

And a special hello to JJ!

Monday, June 2, 2014

June Meeting


Tuesday, June 10
9:30 a.m.-noon

Please bring the pattern name and/or source for the items you show and share.

Remember to bring your American Girl Doll items for the USO auction basket. Thanks, Barb, for giving us this challenge!

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Knitting for American Girls

The USO is a privately funded organization. Guild member Barb is collecting American Girl Doll items for a basket for an auction to benefit the Sea-Tac Airport USO, which her son runs. Barb is collecting an American Girl wardrobe (knitting, crochet, sewing) for the well-dressed doll. If you would like to donate an item, please get it to Barb by August 12.

You can find dozens of patterns on Ravelry.