Of course, by now you have received and have read about our exciting Seminar weekend. There is a Page called Spring Seminar on our website for easy access as well as a Page specifically on Seminar Registration for your perusal. I have attached the Registration form in PDF on BOTH of these Pages of our website for your convenience. And, [HERE] it is again. “In PDF” means you can click on that link, the form pops up, and you can print up that form to send in with your payment. It’s meant to be easy. Make sure when you send in your payment, you make very clear what specific classes you are interested in. Do not send in payment without this indication. And, as our website indicates, an email confirming your class(es) will be sent to you. If you do not receive a confirmation email, there is a glitch in your registration. This full circle communication is very important keeping all parties in-the-know, so be looking for this after your payment and of course, write to us if you have any inquiries.
FEBRUARY MINI CLASSES
You know that THIS Thursday, February 2nd is our evening of mini classes.
Continue reading “Excitement is in the Air; February Agenda included”
For the New Year We Wish For You To
Try New Things
See the Good
Say “I Love You” More
Forgive More Readily
Read More Often
Choose to Be Happy
Become Your Best You !
We wish you Your Best and Most Inspirational New Year!
Please notice the January/February Newsletter is attached to your email as well as attached to our Newsletters Page.
JANUARY MEETING AGENDA
For our meeting THIS Thursday, January 5 please remember to bring:
- Any item you have already made for our furry friends
- Your giving heart and a decision whether you are going to knit for a dog or a cat
- scrap yarn, needles, and basic supplies
We look forward to seeing you!
PS The on-line fashion show from the November meeting as well as last week’s blog entry took a hiatus due to the holiday. We will resume all activity this week.
The last blog post was a recount of the second part of our November Program. You can revisit it [HERE]. We mustn’t forget the first half of our November meeting. We would like to extend a rousing applause of appreciation to Sue, our teacher who is leading us out in this year’s Knit Along (KAL).
Sue has organized her lessons in themes and brought to us the theme of Textures at the November meeting. These squares include: Moss Heart, Texture Tree, Moss Spot Square, and Box Square. These are similar in that, when completed, the knitted fabric has a sort of bumpy feel to it.
Continue reading “Continued November Thanks and December Agenda”
We are writing today to ensure and remind readers that the November meeting is NEXT week, November 10. Also, to whet your appetite for our meeting. We share:
KNITTING FOR MY COUNTRY
presented by Historian, Mary Ann Colopy
Knitting Historian Mary Ann Colopy returns to the Guild to discuss knitting during times of war. You may remember her from last year and how we enjoyed her presentation so that we’ve asked her back. Please see below a pattern from days of WW1. This pattern and directions allow us to consider knitting over the years, how knitting has obviously changed but in some aspects, remained the same. Wristlets aka fingerless gloves? Old concept, new name?
The directions are right in the newspaper clipping. “This one has the virtues of the original document being easy to read and having easily understood knitting directions. I will be sharing links to patterns in my talk next week, as well,” explains Mary Ann.
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This will be the last blog post before our October meeting, our highly anticipated author talk, Writing About Knitting presented by Ann Hood. Included here are some final details on this evening.
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The Knitting Guild of Greater Buffalo is off to a roaring start with its first meeting at the exciting Hyatt Place location! We not only have a new home, we have an updated attitude regarding everything cyberspace! Imagine a website that is filled with links to resources we will need throughout this Guild season! Well, we have that! We have open communication with our blog and you can find us on a variety of social media sites. We have a system for weekly updates that will keep us informed with the present as well as the future.
We are now able to reflect and say, “WOW! We had a BUSY summer!” And then we realize with a team of hard workers who are willing and able, it makes it possible for these things to happen.
Continue reading “Agenda for September Program”