April Meeting

So Let’s Talk about Hand Knitting. At April’s meeting, we will take a dive into hand knitting. Where did it come from, where is it going and what does social media have to do with it? So bring some needles and yarn and let’s knit. We will try some new stitch patterns!

For those who crochet, come and show us your favorite stitch patterns!

Our meeting is held at Holy Trinity Church, 15 Still River Road, Harvard, MA from 7 PM – 9 PM. Beginner to Expert…All are welcome! Please come and join in the fun!

March 2022 Meeting

Thank you to all those who were able to join us on Wednesday evening. Jill was just a fantastic speaker and a delight! Each of her patterns have a story behind it, may teach you something new that and many have a new take on every day stitches. Jill encourages BYOD—Bring your own designer – letting the knitter to tap the designer within and make each project being knit thier own. If you missed the meeting, check out Jill’s designs at KnitSisu.com and Raverly.

It was a very special evening. To have Jill and her designs in person with our fellow knitting friends gathered together in the same place, knitting, laughing and just enjoying being together was just magical! Everyone left feeling happier!

Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at 7:00 pm, at the Fiber Loft, 9 Massachusetts Avenue, Harvard, MA. We will be meeting upstairs in the big room.

We had a fabulous speaker this month! Jill of Knit Sisu will be joining us in person. She will discuss her approach to knitware design, instruction, and host a Q & A. In addition, Jill is going to share her trunk show with us!

It should be a wonderful evening! The meeting will be held in person and via Zoom.

All are welcome from those just learning to knit or a seasoned professional it should be a fun evening for everyone!

February 2022 Meeting

Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 7:00 pm, at The Holy Trinity Catholic Parish, (formerly known as St. Theresa, The Little Flower Church), 15 Still River Road, Harvard.

This month Maryanne Cleary we will be doing Twined Knitting, which is a technique of knitting from the Scandinavian countries. See the newsletter for the pattern suggestions.  Materials you will need:  Worsted weight yarn (preferable wool) wound into a center pull ball, size 5 double points or circular needles, and 2 additional double point needles any size.

If you select the two color mittens.  You will need to wind about half of one color into a center pull ball, then the  half of the second color will go on top of the first color to make the 2-color ball.

It should be a wonderful evening! The meeting will be held in person and via Zoom.

Our annual dues is $25. Visitors are welcome! Just learning to knit/crochet or a seasoned professional…Everyone is welcome!