Monday, August 31, 2009

September Meeting

Tuesday, September 8
9:30 a.m.

~ Show-and-share ~
~What are you reading? ~

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Fun, Food, Knitting

The guild's annual picnic moved indoors this year because of weather, but the enthusiasm and fun was as lively as ever.

There was lots of knitting:

And showing of finished work:

And a raffle:

And Pattie's sewing-together of the blocks we made for the seaming lesson. The result will be a child's blanket that will be donated.

Many thanks are in order:
  • To Pattie, for hosting the group and sewing together our blanket squares.
  • To Joan, for sharing her Sock Summit experiences and for organizing the raffle.
  • To everyone for their yummy food for the potluck and their raffle items.
And, special welcome to our new member, Carole.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

A Better View of Sock Summit

I have deleted my jumbled up last post and now suggest that for some really good photos of Sock Summit you go to visit It's Otrembarific at

Also, if you would like to see the video taken at the Guinness World Record event go to:

(at the very end you'll see a brief shot of me peeking out).

Monday, August 10, 2009


Puyallup Knitting Guild
Annual Potluck Picnic

Tuesday, August 11, 11 a.m.
Pattie's House

(directions included in last newsletter)

~ Food or beverage to share ~
~ An item for a raffle ~
~ Your knitting ~

Not sure what to knit next? Sue L. suggests this as a possibility:

Friday, August 7, 2009

Sock Summit Report

Greetings from Portland. Sock Summit is everything I expected plus more, much more.

There were classes yesterday, I had a one-hour on Hooked on Beads, then the market opened at 4:30 with masses of knitters in line to get in. I had a map marked with booths to visit, but never looked at it... just wandered in a daze. But did get a few skeins of yarn and a book (Cookie A's) to get started.

Last night's Opening Reception was jam-packed with attendees, teachers and luminaries. A very nice hors d'oeuvre buffet was served, then Stephanie and Tina told the story of how the summit came to be in a hilarious tale of how to convince the powers-that-be that this wild, crazy scheme could ever attract ANY attendees! Hah! (I'll have to share the story about my elevator encounter with Barbara Walker before I knew that she was Barbara Walker when I get home.)

Now soon, I will soon return to the convention center to enter the huge room where we will certainly set a Guiness record for knitters knitting in one place for 15 minutes.

Right now I don't have time to play with posting any pictures, but will try to do that tomorrow.