Guild Events

Below is a calendar of events that are offered by the guild.

Cancellation Policy: There is no refund on registration fees. While we understand that circumstances may arise that cause your plans to change, we must adhere to a business policy. Because it is impossible for Madison Knitters Guild to favor one individual situation or circumstance over another, we adhere to our policy in all situations and make no exceptions to our cancellation policy. We offer a forum where you can post notices to find a substitute. 

Upcoming events

    • 09/26/2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (CDT)
    • Fitchburg Library, 5530 Lacy Road, Fitchburg, WI 53711
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    Learn the basic Entrelac technique.  We will also discuss various projects for the Entrelac technique.

    Suitable for beginners.  

    No homework required.  

    Required Supplies - Bring to class: Light colored yarn and US 8 (5mm) needles (straight or circular)


    Teacher: Sandy Gordon


    You can provide feedback on Neighborhood Knits classes by clicking the link and answering a few questions:   review this neighborhood knits class


    • 10/07/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Wyndham Garden Hotel- Ballroom A
    • 12
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    Stitch maps

    Traditional lace charts can be tricky to decipher, especially if they contain “no stitch” symbols. But stitch maps are different. These special grid-free charts unlock the secrets of lace patterns, exposing landmarks and other aids to successful lace knitting. Learn about stitch maps, and become skilled in using them to minimize mistakes while knitting. Practice in class by designing and starting a simple lace scarf.

    Duration: 3 hours

    Skills required: some experience knitting lace is required; experience reading charts is helpful but not required

    Materials: smooth, light colored yarn in DK weight, fingering weight, or lace weight (please do not choose lace weight if you have never worked with it before!); needles of a size appropriate for your yarn; clip-on stitch markers; highlighter pen

    Homework: none

    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 10/07/2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Wyndham Garden Hotel-Ballroom A
    • 16
    Register

    Imagine starting a lace shawl with just a few stitches, and “growing” in pattern until your shawl is big enough, with no worries about matching gauge or loosely casting on oodles of stitches. Picture choosing from a variety of shapes – triangles, squares, circles, semi-circles, and more – each composed of a series of lace “wedges,” sections that gradually grow wider as the knitting progresses. Take this class to learn how to grow a shawl of your own design. Pick from a selection of lace wedges, and see what shapes you can create by knitting your shawl from the top down or the center out. Learn how to estimate how much yarn you’ll need, or – if your yarn supply is limited – how large a shawl you can create from the yarn you have. By the end of class, you’ll be well on your way to a new, unique shawl.

    Duration:                3 hours

    Skills required:         knitting lace and reading charts

    Materials:Fingering-weight, DK-weight, or lace weight yarn for starting a shawl project (please do not select lace weight if you have never used it before!); needles of a size appropriate for your yarn; stitch markers

    Homework:             none


    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 10/08/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Promega Center, Room 122
    • 17
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    Patterns

    Set-in sleeves give a sweater a crisp, tailored look. And for easy knitting, you just can’t beat sleeves knit from the top down. Pick up stitches from the body, shape the sleeve cap with short rows, and you avoid the bulk of a seam and the fuss of easing a sleeve cap into an armhole. Learn to adapt an existing pattern to this approach, or to design according to your measurements.

     Duration: 3 hours

    Skills required: experience knitting sweaters (Intermediate Class)

    Materials: smooth, light colored, worsted-weight yarn (400 yards, if you want to complete the class sample sweater); US size 7 (4.5 mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge of 20 sts = 4" (including dpns, two circs, or a long Magic Loop circ if you wish to knit the lower sleeves in the round; otherwise, straight needles are fine); clip-on stitch markers; smooth, contrast-color waste yarn; crochet hook roughly US size G/6 (4 mm)

    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 10/08/2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Promega Center, Room 122
    • 21
    Register

    Yachats

    You can use nearly any stitch pattern for ordinary socks. But for fantastic socks, you need stitch patterns that have enough “give” for a snug but comfy fit, that allow for easy re-sizing, and that flow seamlessly into coordinated stitch patterns on the cuff, heel, and toe. Take this class to explore Socktastic patterns, to learn what makes a pattern shine in hand-painted yarn, and to see how to combine basic building blocks and tweak existing patterns to come up with your own Socktastic creations. Socktastic Stitch Patterns is available online at Craftsy as Socks My Way: Stitch Pattern Savvy.

    Duration: 3 hours

    Skills required: experience knitting socks and reading charts

     Materials: your favorite sock yarn; needles appropriate for your yarn; pencil and eraser (graph paper will be provided); stitch dictionaries (optional)

    Homework: none

    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 10/08/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


      


    StitchMaps.com / Wedge Shawl Design

    Speaker: JC Briar



    Vendors:  TBA


    Community Projects:

    • Hats for children and adults
    • Mittens for children and adults
    • Scarves for children and adults
    • Lightweight scarves for DAIS


    Knit Connections: TBA

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    The October 2018 newsletter will have more information.
    • 10/10/2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (CDT)
    • Fitchburg Library, 5530 Lacy Road, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 2
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    Learn the basic mitered square technique, discuss methods to use the technique in your knitting.

    Suitable for beginners.  

    No homework required.  

    Required Supplies - Bring to class: Light colored yarn and US 8 (5mm) needles (straight or circular)


    Teacher: Sandy Gordon


    You can provide feedback on Neighborhood Knits classes by clicking the link and answering a few questions:   review this neighborhood knits class


    • 10/21/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fitchburg Public Library, 5530 Lacy Rd, Fitchburg, WI 53711, USA
    Register


    KAL Kickoff Meeting #2!

       

    To co-ordinate with our October and November speakers, JC Briar and Romi Hill, the theme of this year’s Knit-ALong (KAL) is Lace! We’ll be offering two KALs in parallel: one for a “true” lace project and a second for a “not-quite-lace” project. 

    "True" Lace KAL

    In October, we'll introduce the “True” Lace KAL. Led by Ruth Cadoret, this KAL will focus on any pattern by Romi Hill or JC Briar. You can do one project or many.

    Romi Hill has so many gorgeous patterns to choose from! Check out her Ravelry page at https://www.ravelry.com/designers/rosemary-romi-hill.  Yarns used for Romi’s patterns range from laceweight to Aran-weight, and there is a pattern for all skill levels and interests. Even if you are new to lace knitting, there is a Romi Hill pattern right for you and the KAL is a great way to learn lace knitting skills.

    JC Briar also offers a variety of patterns, many of which utilize lace designs. In addition, JC has created a new way of charting, called stitch maps (Stitch-Maps.com), which is especially wonderful for knitting lace patterns. So, join the KAL and try one of JC’s patterns, either in “conventional” or stitch-map format. Check out JC’s page on Ravelry at https://www.ravelry.com/designers/jc-briar for a look at her designs.

     See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This also allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

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    The September and October newsletters will have more information!

    • 11/10/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Wyndham Garden Hotel- Ballroom A
    • 13
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    “Learn about some of the many and different shapes that a shawl can come in!  Romi will cover several ways to shape shawls, and how to increase and decrease to arrive at the desired shape.   Romi will provide instructions for casting on several shapes of “sample shawls” to be practiced in class. If time permits, feel free to bring your own copy of a Romi Hill pattern, and cast on for your shawl in class! 

    Materials:  Sock weight (four-ply) or similar yarn for samples , Knitting needles in appropriate size for selected yarn weight,  Standard knitting supplies such as scissors, tape measure its (Optional:  Romi Hill pattern and appropriate yarn and needles for that pattern)

    homework: none


    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 11/10/2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Wyndham Garden Hotel- Ballroom A
    • 15
    Register


    “In this workshop, not only will we discuss how to avoid mishaps, but also how to fix them!  Participants will learn how to rip back a section of lace,( or even lace and cable) and how knit it up row by row without having to rip out the entire project!  Students will be given charted knitting “homework” to be prepared prior to class (2 swatches in lace and lace and cable with mistakes) which will be “operated on” during class! 

    Materials: Homework Swatches, double pointer needles at least 2 sizes smaller than used to prepare the homework swatches, crochet hook in size similar to the DPN’s, small foam core board(or something else to pin swatches to) T-pins, point protectors, PATIENCE!

    Homework:  Prepare 2 swatches as per instructions


    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 11/11/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Wyndham Garden Hotel- Ballroom A
    • 19
    Register


    Join us as Romi teaches her favorite lace tips and tricks in this hands-on class.  Learn about materials for lace knitting, the best cast-ons and bind-offs, tricks for keeping edges loose when switching colors, managing charts, avoiding heartaches, using markers, managing beads and many other tips to make your lace life easier!  If you have a tip that you want to share , or a question that you want to ask: bring it on!  The more, the merrier!

    Materials:  Fingering weight  to worsted weight yarn (tip: bring light-colored yarn that doesn’t split easily) You should have a range of needle sizes to try that are appropriate for the yarn, making sure to bring needles in larger sizes than recommended on the yarn ball band.  Smooth cotton waste yarn (fingering or sport weight), Crochet hook in a size appropriate for the waste yarn, Small size steel crochet hook to fit through size 6/0 beads (such as a size 8)

    Homework:None

    materials fee:$2 payable to instructor


    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 11/11/2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Wyndham Garden Hotel- Ballroom A
    • 18
    Register


    Have you ever had a difficult time starting a lace project from the center?  In this class, Romi show you how! We’ll start by covering some great cast-ons, like Emily Ocker’s center start and the “Belly Button”, and move on to learn how to keep your project's center from “poking out”. Finally, we will close with some great loose bind-offs including a crochet bind-off done with a crochet hook or a knitting needle, a stretchy bind-off that can be used on any project, and a lovely picot bind-off.

    Materials:  Fingering weight through Worsted weight yarn (tip:bring light-colored yarn that doesn’t split easily), You should bring a range of needle sizes to try.  Be sure to bring at least one set of 2 of any size circular needle to use for knitting in the round (eg: 2 x US sz 4 circular needles) as well as double -pointed needles.  Be sure to bring needles in larger sizes than recommended on your yarn’s ball band.  Smooth cotton waste yarn (Fingering or Sport weight), Crochet hook of a size appropriate for the waste yarn.

    Homework:None



    *The Madison Knitters' Guild has a no refunds policy.*

    • 11/12/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711

          

    From Inspiration to Print

    Speaker: Romi Hill

    Vendors: TBA
     

    Community Projects:

    • Warm hats and scarves for homeless men
    • Hats for children and adults
    • Mittens for children and adults
    • Scarves for children and adults

    Knit Connections: TBA


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    The November 2018 newsletter  will have more information.
    • 11/18/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fitchburg Public Library, 5530 Lacy Rd, Fitchburg
    Register


    KAL Meeting #3

     See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

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    See the most recent newsletters for more information!

    • 12/10/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


          

    What's New in the Knitting Pipeline

    Speaker: Paula Emons-Fuessle



    Vendors: TBA


    Community Projects:

    Second Chance for Second Harvest Yarn Sale


         Plus:
    • Donation of toiletries
    • Warm hats and scarves for homeless men
    • Hats for children and adults
    • Mittens for children and adults
    • Scarves for children and adults


    Knit Connections: TBA


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    The December 2018 newsletter  will have more information.
    • 12/16/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fitchburg Public Library, 5530 Lacy Rd, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    Register


    KAL Meeting #4

     See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

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    See the most recent newsletters for more information!

    • 01/14/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


          

    A Hometown Yarn Company Makes Good

    Speaker: Jaala Spiro



    Vendors: TBA


    Community Projects:

    • Dishcloths
    • Military hats


    Knit Connections: TBA


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    The January 2019 newsletter  will have more information.
    • 01/20/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • TBA
    Register


    KAL Meeting #5

     See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

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    See the most recent newsletters for more information!

    • 02/11/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


            

    Making Something of It: Knitting, Writing, & Avoiding Injury

    Speaker: Chloe Benjamin



    Vendors: TBA


    Community Projects:

    • Baby items:
      • Blankets (fleece or knit)
      • Hats, socks, sweaters, etc.


    Knit Connections: TBA


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    The February 2019 newsletter  will have more information.
    • 02/17/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • TBA
    Register


    KAL Meeting #6

     See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

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    See the most recent newsletters for more information!

    • 03/11/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


          

    What If...OOOPS!

    Speaker: Tracy Purtscher



    Vendors: TBA


    Community Projects:

    • Baby items:
      • Blankets (fleece or knit)
      • Hats, socks, sweaters, etc.


    Knit Connections: TBA


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    The March 2019 newsletter  will have more information.
    • 03/17/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • TBA
    Register


    KAL Meeting #7

     See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

    ======================================================

    See the most recent newsletters for more information!

    • 04/08/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


            

    The Banjo Knits Project: Increasing Kindness & Patience in the World, One Knitter at a Time

    Speaker: Angie Jordan



    Vendors: TBA


    Community Projects:

    • Lightweight scarves & cowls for women who have experienced domestic abuse or are homeless


    Knit Connections: TBA


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    The April 2019 newsletter  will have more information.
    • 04/21/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • TBA
    Register


    KAL Meeting #8

    This is the last meeting of the 2018-2019 KAL.
     
    See KAL (Knit-A-Long) for a full description of this KAL.

    Questions? E-mail kal@madisonknittersguild.com

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    Registration for this event is requested, but not required. This allows us to notify you of any updates to this information. No need to cancel if you can't make it. You can also attend without registration. Handouts will be available at all KAL meetings.

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    See the most recent newsletters for more information!

    • 05/13/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    ANNUAL MEETING


    • Board Election

    • Brown Bag Exchange & Reveal

    • Door Prizes

    • Etc.


    Vendors: TBA


    Community Projects:

    • Toys (critters, balls, etc.) for the Monona Library Program.
    • Lightweight scarves & cowls for women who have experienced domestic abuse or are homeless

    Knit Connections: 5:45-6:15 PM, Room 122, Brown Bag Exchange & Reveal


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    The May 2019 newsletter  will have more information.

Past events

09/20/2018 Bind Offs: firm, loose, stretchy
09/16/2018 2018-2019 KAL: Lace (& Lace-ness)
09/10/2018 September Guild Meeting
08/13/2018 SUMMER KNTTING AND MEMBER SALE
08/04/2018 STITCHES MIDWEST 2018
07/09/2018 Summer Knitting
07/06/2018 Summer Music in the Park
06/19/2018 Entrelac Basics with Sandy Gordon -
06/13/2018 Short Rows – How to execute and implement - with Kim Langley-
06/11/2018 Summer Knitting
06/08/2018 STITCH 'N PITCH WITH THE MALLARDS
05/19/2018 Cast On! - Useful Cast On Techniques -
05/14/2018 May Guild Meeting--MEMBERS ONLY
04/28/2018 Learn Steeking! -
04/14/2018 Short Rows – How to execute and implement - with Kim Langley-
04/09/2018 April Guild Meeting-MEMBERS ONLY
04/08/2018 Knit a Square, Create a Cuddly Creature
04/08/2018 Edgings/Flowers/Embellishments
04/07/2018 Fantastic French Cord (aka:I-Cord)
04/07/2018 Knitting Block by Block
03/16/2018 MKG Knit-In 2018
03/12/2018 March Guild Meeting
03/03/2018 MAD ROLLIN' DOLLS ~ ROLLER DERBY BOUT
02/12/2018 February Guild Meeting
01/19/2018 Winter Retreat 2018
01/08/2018 January Guild Meeting
12/11/2017 December Guild Meeting
12/03/2017 Bohus KAL Meeting
11/19/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Finishing help in time for the Holidays!
11/13/2017 November Guild Meeting--MEMBERS ONLY
11/13/2017 Knit Connections: Mini-Skein Swap
11/13/2017 Double Knitting Off the Grid
11/13/2017 Multi-Color Double Knitting
11/12/2017 Two Pattern Double Knitting
11/12/2017 Introduction to Double Knitting
11/05/2017 Bohus KAL Meeting
11/04/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Math for Knitters with Mary Hamel
10/24/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Mitered Squares with Sandy Gordon
10/14/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Portuguese-Style Knitting with Mary Jo Harris
10/10/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables with Sandy Gordon
10/09/2017 October Guild Meeting- MEMBERS ONLY
10/09/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Taking our Measurements with Margy Blanchard
10/09/2017 Helen Allen Textile Collection Tour
10/09/2017 Helen Allen Textile Collection Tour
10/02/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Double Knitting with Mary Jo Harris
09/30/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Lace: How to Read a Chart with Barbara Rottman
09/24/2017 Bohus KAL Kickoff
09/11/2017 September Guild Meeting
09/09/2017 WALK & KNIT RELAY
08/14/2017 Summer Knitting
08/05/2017 STITCHES MIDWEST
07/17/2017 Summer Knitting
05/08/2017 May Guild Meeting -- Members Only
05/08/2017 Member Stash Sale
05/06/2017 SPRING SAFARI 2017
04/10/2017 April Guild Meeting
04/10/2017 Stories in Stitches Sampler
04/10/2017 Lithuanian Beaded Wristwarmers
04/09/2017 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Socks
03/26/2017 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Socks
03/17/2017 Knit-In!
03/13/2017 March Guild Meeting -- Members Only
02/22/2017 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables
02/19/2017 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Socks
02/15/2017 Mad Rollin' Dolls Knitting Session 2
02/13/2017 February Guild Meeting
01/25/2017 Mad Rollin' Dolls Knitting Session 1
01/22/2017 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Socks
01/20/2017 Winter Retreat 2017
01/09/2017 January Guild Meeting
12/12/2016 December Guild Meeting
12/11/2016 Deck the Halls
12/11/2016 Embellished Knitting
11/14/2016 November Guild Meeting
11/13/2016 Math for Knitters
11/13/2016 5 Knit Buttonholes You Need to Know Now
11/06/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Mittens
11/05/2016 Neigborhood Knits - Crochet for Knitters
10/23/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Mittens
10/17/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Mitered Squares
10/15/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Getting Started with Double-Pointed Needles
10/10/2016 October Guild Meeting -- Members Only
10/10/2016 1-Day Sequence Knitting Workshop
10/10/2016 Brown Bag Exchange: 2-Color Knitting
10/09/2016 1-Day Sequence Knitting Workshop
09/27/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Two Color Knitting
09/18/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Two Color Knitting (Sweater) AND Mittens
09/12/2016 September Guild Meeting
09/10/2016 WALK & KNIT RELAY
08/07/2016 Stitches Midwest
06/17/2016 STITCH 'N PITCH WITH THE MALLARDS
05/11/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks - The HEEL
05/09/2016 May Guild Meeting (Members Only)
05/09/2016 Member Stash Sale
05/04/2016 Neighborhood Knits - Mitered Squares - 2016
04/29/2016 Neighborhood Knits -An Introduction to One-Color Brioche Knitting
04/27/2016 Neighborhood Knits -Introduction to Sock Darning
04/11/2016 April Guild Meeting
04/11/2016 A Taste of Lace with Andrea Jurgrau, Bad Cat Designs
04/03/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
04/02/2016 Spring Safari to the Vesterheim
03/18/2016 Knit-In 2016
03/14/2016 March Guild Meeting
03/13/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
02/21/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
02/20/2016 MAD ROLLIN' DOLLS ~ ROLLER DERBY BOUT
02/13/2016 Mad Rollin' Dolls Knitting Session 2
02/08/2016 February Guild Meeting
01/22/2016 Winter Retreat 2016
01/13/2016 Mad Rollin' Dolls Knitting Session 1
01/11/2016 January Guild Meeting
01/10/2016 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
12/14/2015 December Guild Meeting
12/13/2015 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
12/09/2015 Neighborhood Knits -Mittens-Let's Knit a Little Thumb
11/30/2015 Neighborhood Knits -Ravelry 101
11/18/2015 Neighborhood Knits -3 Ways to Create Buttonholes
11/16/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Crochet an Ornament Cover
11/15/2015 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
11/09/2015 November Guild Meeting
11/04/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Head's Up--Hat Knitting Skills
10/29/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Provisional Cast On
10/23/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Double Knitting
10/18/2015 Knit Along (KAL) Top Down Sweater
10/14/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Kitchener Secrets
10/12/2015 October Guild Meeting (Members Only)
10/12/2015 The Edge of Color
10/12/2015 Embellishing Knits
10/06/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables - October 6, 2015
10/03/2015 Vogue Knitting Live! Chicago Bus Trip
09/19/2015 All About the Scalloped Edge: Finishing a Traditional Haapsalu Shawl or Scarf
09/19/2015 Nordic Color--Roositud, An Inlay Technique From Estonia
09/18/2015 Estonian Cuffs
09/17/2015 Traditional Estonian Mittens
09/14/2015 September Guild Meeting
08/22/2015 Secrets of the MKG Website or Everything you wanted to know but didn't know how to ask . . .
08/05/2015 Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection Private Showing
07/07/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Making Magic Balls
06/26/2015 MKG Stitch 'n Pitch with the Mallards
05/11/2015 May Guild Meeting (Members Only)
04/28/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Crochet a Snowflake
04/18/2015 Knitting Safari - Spring 2015
04/13/2015 April Guild Meeting
03/28/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (2 of 2)
03/21/2015 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (1 of 2)
03/09/2015 March Guild Meeting
02/20/2015 2015 Knit-In
02/09/2015 February Guild Meeting
01/12/2015 January Guild Meeting
12/14/2014 Knit Along - Sweater Shaping
12/01/2014 December Guild Meeting
11/20/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Magic Loop Method for Socks
11/17/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables
11/16/2014 Knit Along - Casting on our Sweaters
11/10/2014 November Guild Meeting
11/10/2014 Fresh Fair Isle
11/09/2014 Scandinavian Colorwork
11/09/2014 Two Color Knitting - Let's Begin
11/05/2014 Neighborhood Knits - I-Cord Cowl: An Introduction to I-Cord (class 2 of 2)
10/29/2014 Neighborhood Knits - I-Cord Cowl: An Introduction to I-Cord (class 1 of 2)
10/25/2014 Vogue Knitting Live in Chicago
10/20/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Math for Knitters
10/19/2014 Knit Along - Checking our Swatches
10/13/2014 October Guild Meeting (Members Only)
10/13/2014 Lace Techniques
10/12/2014 The Final Touch: Finishing Class
10/10/2014 Design Master Class
09/21/2014 Knit Along - Taking our Measurements
09/08/2014 September Guild Meeting
08/11/2014 August Bonus Guild Meeting
08/09/2014 Stitches Midwest
06/28/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Summer Shawl Party
06/18/2014 MKG Stitch 'n Pitch with the Mallards
06/07/2014 Knitting Safari 2014 Minneapolis
05/31/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Portuguese-style Knitting
05/12/2014 May Guild Meeting (Members Only)
05/03/2014 Double Knitting Inside Out
04/29/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Cables
04/22/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Magic Circular Cast-On
04/19/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Mobius Cast On
04/15/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Judy's Magic Cast On
04/14/2014 April Guild Meeting
04/13/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Getting Picked Up!
04/08/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Mitered Squares
04/07/2014 Neighborhood Knits - The Essential Hat
04/05/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Jogless Knitting in the Round
03/14/2014 A Night with Franklin Habit
03/14/2014 2014 Knit-In March 14-16
03/12/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Keep Calm and Cast On - Teaching Others to Knit
03/10/2014 March Guild Meeting
02/27/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (2 of 2)
02/20/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Socks (1 of 2)
02/15/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Mattress Stitch
02/10/2014 February Guild Meeting
01/22/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Principles of Color For Knitters
01/19/2014 Neighborhood Knits - Kitchener Secrets
01/13/2014 January Guild Meeting
12/09/2013 December Guild Meeting
12/08/2013 Knit Along - Fit to Flatter
11/13/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Beginning Lace
11/11/2013 November Guild Meeting
11/02/2013 Vogue Knitting Live! Bus Trip
10/14/2013 October Guild Meeting
09/09/2013 September Guild Meeting (Members Only)
08/10/2013 Stitches Midwest Bus Trip
06/12/2013 MKG Stitch 'n Pitch with the Mallards
06/01/2013 Knitting Safari - Summer 2013
05/13/2013 May Guild Meeting
05/05/2013 Neighborhood Knits - 2-Color Knitting with Ease!
04/25/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Portuguese Knitting
04/16/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Provisional Cast On
04/08/2013 April Guild Meeting
04/06/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Basic Crochet Animals
03/11/2013 March Guild Meeting
03/08/2013 2013 Knit-In
02/28/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Double Knitting
02/18/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Choices from the Beginning!
02/11/2013 February Guild Meeting
01/25/2013 UFO Retreat
01/15/2013 Neighborhood Knits - Brioche Knitting
01/14/2013 January Guild Meeting
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