The Dayton Knitting Guild, established
in 1986, promotes interest and skill in the art of knitting,
encourages high standards of quality and workmanship,
and encourages the use of those skills for the benefit
of others. Membership is open to all skill levels and
Check out the calendar of summer fiber events at this LINK
Guild Event Calendar—Updated
The Dayton Knitting Guild holds meetings once a month
except for July and August. We also present workshops
and hold an annual spring retreat. Click
here to check out our schedule.
Other Fiber Events—Updated
Click here to keep
up with special events, yarn sales and other guild
Visit Our Donors—Updated
Each year, generous companies and individuals donate
items for our retreat prizes. Click
here for links to our donor websites.
The Dayton Knitting Guild membership is open
to all. In addition to having first choice for special
events and access to our video lending library, members
receive a quarterly newsletter, Call of the
Wool. Click here
for more information.
Community Service Projects—Updated
The Dayton Knitting Guild encourages the use of our
skills for the benefit of others. Click
here to read about our ongoing projects.
We offer free patterns for our community service projects
and other items. Click here
to browse our pattern list.
We will be adding photos of special interest to this
page. We also offer FREE monitor
walpaper for download and use on your monitor. Click
here to browse our wallpaper catalog.
Member Shops and Links—Updated
A number of shops hold membership in our guild
and sell their items at our meeting and retreat yarn
markets. Click here for our
list of member shops and other sites maintained by our
A note about our guild icon
2003, Dayton, Ohio celebrated the 100th anniversary
of the Wright brothers first flight, an event commemorated
on the Dayton city flag at the right. The sculpture
at RiverScape in the photo below from the Dayton-Montgomery
County Convention and Visitor's Bureau depicts the
Wright Flyer. We used the Wright Flyer as our guild
icon because it is identifiably Dayton.