An in-person class with Heather Arnold teaching 2 Color Brioche. Think beautiful, fluffy, double-sided scarf, warm and squishy hats and mitts. Heather's recommended supplies for the 2 Color Brioche class: DK weigh yarn and US 4 circular needles, 16" is best. Two colors of yarn in hight contrast. Hanging stitch markers. Fix-it-stick is helpful but … Continue reading September Program: Brioche
Need to know why your neck or shoulders hurt? And why your wrists are sore, as well as your aching back? Woohoo!!! We have the knitting ergonomics expert, Carson Demers, to explain why and what to do! In video, that is. (You won't be disappointed). Along with Carson's practices, our humble Program Committee will endeavor … Continue reading August Program–Carson Demers
"Hallo" is hello in Norwegian so please say hallo to our guest speaker and new member, Bruce Fihe, who will enlighten us with his extensive knowledge of Norwegian knitting. He has taught numerous Norwegian crafts and skills at the Sons of Norway Language and Culture camps. In addition to knitting, Bruce is skilled in nålbinding, … Continue reading July Program-Norwegian Knitting
June Gloom? No, not on our watch!! You'll be bursting with ideas to keep your knitting fun and make your days bright even when the sun doesn't shine. I Want to Know What You Know all the little knitty tricks and hacks that get you through rough spots and awkward movements. We ask you to … Continue reading June Programs
Here’s a clue: rib + cable. And what does that make? A reversible cable. Think scarves, blankets and the fronts of open jackets that allow the reverse side to show. Never knit a cable? Don’t be timid. We’ll divide into groups with hands on help for all levels. For this knitting adventure, CO 16 stitches. … Continue reading May: Ever Knit a Ribble?
Polish your needles and fluff your yarn because we are headin' for a good ole time at the Grange and you can feel the excitement in the air!!! Meet-ups have been fun but couldn't take the place of our regular Guild meetings, especially in cold and windy weather. You've had two years to accumulate more … Continue reading Big Yarn Giveaway
What do YOU call it? That stuff you cram under the bed or hide in the freezer so it will go undetected to the roaming eye? Do you have a stash? Or do you have a SABLE??? The March meeting will begin our Stitch Every Month program to alleviate you of your excess yarn baggage and elevate your knitting to a premiere level. Yeah, … Continue reading March – Stitch Every Month
Knit Alongs are everywhere and for good reason. They're fun, interesting and often informative especially when you knit along with a group of friends. That's the program inspiration for choosing a KAL as our first presentation of the year. The Knit Along delves into Slip Stitch and Mosaic knitting techniques. Two delightful, but quick, videos … Continue reading February Knit Along
International Knitting: Kaffe Fasset – England/California Have you ever seen knitting designs in wild colors and wondered about the inspiration for those? Did you ever wonder if those designs are available and wish that you could knit something like that, if nothing more than a cowl or a pillow? Would you be surprised to know … Continue reading January 2022
The Knitting Guild Annual Holiday Party will be Tuesday evening, December 14 at 6:00. (Paid members only) The Board is planning a live, in person meeting at the Live Oak Grange, 1900 17th Avenue in Live Oak, December 14. 6:00 PM to 8:00. (The Live Oak Grange is a large, open, green building with a … Continue reading December-Holiday Party!