Registration is for Conference Attendance Only
Attendance includes access to class enrollment, pop up events, vendor marketplace featuring 50 vendors, shopping tote, conference book which includes five patterns, coat and package check (additional fee for these services), and gathering/lounge spaces.
Classes are in addition to attendance, and may be requested/added on in the registration process.
Registration is complete after payment & receipt of confirmation email.
Registration Form - if you would like to print and mail back.
8:30AM - 4:30PM on Saturday
8:30AM - 4:30PM on Sunday
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday options
All Day (9AM - 4PM, an hour break for lunch)CONFERENCE EVENTS:
Morning (9AM - noon)
Afternoon (1PM - 4PM)
In addition to all of the regular fun (knitting lounges, wonderful shopping, friends in fiber), Knit In 2015 features demos & artists in residence, a Cowls on Parade Fashion Show, photo booth fun, interactive Nancy Drew Knit Along scavenger hunt, and a variety of pop up events throughout the weekend.
Join the fun for the full weekend and stay at Clarion Suites! Make your reservations today by calling 608-284-1234 or visiting clarionmadison.com. Use the reservation code "MKGKnitIn2015" for special room rates & to assure your woolly welcome packet will await you upon check in!
COMMUNITY KNITS DRIVE:
Support newborns in need by donating to MKG's March Community Projects! Stitch up a project or two and bring it with you...every project makes the wider world a warmer, cozier, and better place for these precious new lives. Plus, how much fun will it be to toss it into the Hat-O-Meter? Let's see if we can fill it past "WOW", "AMAZING" and "KNITTERS ARE THE GREATEST SHARERS!"
- Baby blankets for the Women's and Childbirth Services at the hospital in Columbus, WI Baby blankets of all sizes are needed as some of the mothers have nothing to wrap their baby in when they go home and will really appreciate your gift.
- Newborn hats (band width 12-13 inches with gentle stretch) and booties for the midwives in Tanzania This is a project sponsored by the School of Nursing, Edgewood College. Hat and booties provide warmth to increase the survival of newborns who may otherwise not survive due to hypothermia.