Circular Sock Machines
Did you know that sock machines were popular 100 years ago as a knitting home industry? CSMs began to reappear on the scene in the 80s and have become so popular that they are again being manufactured. Come see – and try your hand at knitting socks on a CSM.
10 am and 7 pm
St. Mary Center
March 4 and 18
at Lynn McCown's home
Warwick Hat KAL
225 N Main St., Dayton, OH
Lynn McCown will be leading a KAL on the fair isle Warwick hat pattern
St Patricks Day Knit In
Come celebrate the holiday at Lynn's house. Main dish and drinks provided. Bring a side dish or desert to share.
10AM to 3PM
Lynn McCown's house
We're delighted to welcome Arenda back to the DKG! Arenda is the President and Executive Director of The Knitting Guild Association (TKGA). She is a master knitter, and a wonderful teacher.
There will be a mini workshop after the morning meeting limited to 20 students. $10 holds your spot. Homework is required to be done before the workshop. Bring food to share for lunch.
10 am and 7 pm at
St. Mary Center
The Yarn Shop, Columbus, Oh
Silk Road Textiles, Cincinnati, OH
Let's All Go to the Fair
The Yarn Shop
Joyce has been judging knitting at the Ohio State Fair for a number of years now. She will share with us how to enter items and what criteria they look for when judging knitted items. We have some fabulous knitters in the Guild. Let's try to get more member representation in the local fairs!
Ohio State Fair | July 26 – August 6, 2017
No vendors for this meeting because they will be at Retreat that weekend!
22nd RETREAT AT BERGAMO – April 21-23 2017
My Knitting Mission
Barbara is the former editor of Creative Knitting, a past president of the Indianapolis Knitting Guild as well as a teacher and mentor since 2004. She will be offering us a collection of stories of encouragement, support and friendship that have woven their way into her life from knitting.
Centerville Knit and Crochet, Washington Twp, OH
Annual Indoor Picnic and Yarn-Over Sale
This is your chance to sell, trade, or share your yarn, books, UFOs and other knitting paraphernalia. You can bring in your stuff and maybe bring home something new-to-you. You will have the summer to finish, rip apart or design a new project. Evening meeting attendees are encouraged to come early - have supper and partake in the last meeting of the season and share yarns and tales. Come sit-a-spell.
NOTE: This is our all-day KNIT-IN. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bring: Covered dish, soup, salad or dessert to share.
The Guild will provide drinks and table service.
* * * NO MEETING IN JULY AND AUGUST * * *