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

    • 09/09/2017
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Jefferson County Fair Park, 503 N. Jackson St, Jefferson WI

       WALK & KNIT RELAY    

    Saturday, September 9 4pm

    Join a team and extend your fun at the Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival

    ***Team registration closed 8/14**

    There is still time to volunteer

    Contact Jane Grogan:janegro@yahoo.com

    Sign up to get a spot on an official MKG team.  Cost is only $5 (members and non-members, no paypal surcharge)  You can find three friends and create your own team, or get a random assignment to a team.

    Each team member will walk one lap (approximately 100 yards) while knitting in stockinette stitch on circular needles.

    Team points are awarded based on the number of stitches knit and on the  time to walk the course and then points will be deducted for errors (dropped stitches, etc). 

    You do not need to be either a fast walker or fast knitter to participate.  You do need to like to have fun!

    Besides being a source of great fun and laughter, this event raises money to fund wool activities at the Festival for kids. 

    If you like to have fun but don't want to do the walking & knitting, contact Jane Grogan (janegro@yahoo.com).  There are many "behind the scenes" opportunities.

    Mark your calendar and plan to come watch the event.  Don't miss out on this fun!


     

     

    • 09/11/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: Amazing Reversible Cables    


    Speaker: Melissa Leapman


    Melissa Leapman is the author of more than 25 books on topics in knitting and crochet, a prolific designer (more than 900 designs in print!), a highly sought after teacher and presenter, a frequent guest on televised knitting and craft shows, and one of Craftsy’s most popular instructors. MKG is partnering with the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival to bring Melissa to Wisconsin. Melissa will present to MKG on “Amazing Reversible Cables.” Melissa plans a hands-on presentation that requires a bit of homework, so be sure to join us for the fun. [See page 3 of the August 2017 newsletter for the homework instructions]. Registration for Melissa’s classes at Wisconsin Sheep and Wool is now open on the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival website. For more about Melissa and her work, visit Melissa's Ravelry or Melissa's Website.


    Vendors:

    Community Projects:

    • ­­Hats for children, ages 4-11

    • Mittens for children, ages 4-11

    • Keyhole scarves for children, ages 4-11

    • Scarves/cowls (lightweight fashion) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Welcome Back Open House - Open Knitting



    • 10/09/2017
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • 1194 Nancy Nicholas Hall, First Floor, Lynn Meclenburg Reading Room, 1300 Linden Drive, Madison, WI 53706
    • 13



    Class Title: Helen Allen Textile Collection Tour


    Description: Join Natasha Thoreson, Assistant Director and Curator for the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection for a small group tour of knitted items in the collection.  A variety of historic and ethnic knitted textiles will be available for viewing.


    Location: 1194 Nancy Nicholas Hall, First floor, Lynn Mecklenburg Reading Room, 1300 Linden Drive, Madison WI, 53706


    Group Size: Limit of 20 attendees per session



    • 10/09/2017
    • 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • 1194 Nancy Nicholas Hall, First Floor, Lynn Meclenburg Reading Room, 1300 Linden Drive, Madison, WI 53706
    • 16



    Class Title: Helen Allen Textile Collection Tour


    Description: Join Natasha Thoreson, Assistant Director and Curator for the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection for a small group tour of knitted items in the collection.  A variety of historic and ethnic knitted textiles will be available for viewing.


    Location: 1194 Nancy Nicholas Hall, First floor, Lynn Mecklenburg Reading Room, 1300 Linden Drive, Madison WI, 53706


    Group Size: Limit of 20 attendees per session



    • 10/09/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: Wartime Knitting


    Speaker: Rebecca Keyel


    After a fascinating trip to the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection at the UW School of Human Ecology with Lucy Neatby this spring, I prevailed upon their staff to prepare a presentation especially for MKG. Rebecca Keyel will offer our membership a talk entitled “Wartime Knitting,” which will be based on her current research on this topic. What an inspiring part of our knitting history! Visit Rebecca's Website!


    As an accompanying activity, the Helen Louise Allen collection curator has agreed to offer two private, docent-led, small group tours of selected items from the collection on a sign-up basis to MKG members in the afternoon on Monday, October 9, in conjunction with this presentation. Collection items include a fascinating historic and intercultural selection of knitted items. While we are able to offer this activity at no cost to our members, attendance will be limited to allow access to the collection. Registration is open now!


    Vendors:


    Community Projects:

    • Hats for children, ages 4-11

    • Mittens for children, ages 4-11

    • Keyhole scarves for children, ages 4-11

    • Scarves/cowls (warm) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Neighborhood Knits



    • 11/12/2017
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ballroom A, Wyndham Garden Hotel, 2969 Cahill Main, Fitchburg
    • 19



    Class Title: Introduction to Double Knitting


    Instructor: Alasdair Post-Quinn


    Objective: To learn double-knitting and reversible colorwork techniques.


    Class Description: Double-knitting is a unique method of making a fabric with no "wrong" side and a built-in reversible colorwork pattern. Significantly different from the standard intarsia and Fair Isle colorwork that are so well known, double-knitting is a labor-intensive but wholly worthwhile technique to have in your repertoire. In this workshop, you'll learn my 2-color cast-on for double-knitting, get comfortable with the techniques involved, then move into colorwork. At the end of the workshop, you should have a motif swatch and be confident that you can tackle a larger standard double-knitting pattern.


    Overall Skill Category: This is an advanced technique, but you need only be comfortable with the long-tail cast-on and basic knit and purl; previous experience with colorwork is also helpful but not necessary.


    Materials fee: none


    Supplies to Bring to Class:

    ·         2 highly-contrasting colors of plain yarn in the DK to worsted weight range

    ·         A pair of straight or circular needles in the proper size


    Pre-Class Assignment: none


    Class Size: Limit of 24



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



    • 11/12/2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Ballroom A, Wyndham Garden Hotel, 2969 Cahill Main, Fitchburg
    • 21


    Class Title: Two Pattern Double Knitting


    Instructor: Alasdair Post-Quinn


    Objective: To take your existing knowledge of double-knitting techniques and push its limits by working two radically different patterns on either side.


    Class Description: So you’ve learned to love the reversible magic that is double-knitting, and perhaps you want to make a gift with a unique personal touch. You chart out the name of that special someone, but when you double-knit it, the opposite side is all in mirror-image letters! With planning and a little bending of the rules, you can avoid this. In this workshop you’ll learn how to build, follow and knit a two-pattern double-knit chart so that you can make letters readable on either side – or even make two completely different patterns. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the structure of double-knit fabric and learn the possibilities (and limitations) of two-pattern double-knitting, along with a really clean double-knit selvedge and a bind-off that mirrors the cast-on.


    Overall Skill Category: Previous double-knitting experience required -- you should either have taken Alasdair’s Introduction to Double-Knitting workshop in person or on Craftsy, or have done some other double-knitting colorwork on your own or in another workshop. You should also have some basic familiarity with knitting charts.


    Materials fee: none


    Supplies to Bring to Class:

    ·         2 highly-contrasting colors of plain yarn in the DK to worsted weight range

    ·         A pair of straight or circular needles in the proper size


    Pre-Class Assignment: Bring a chart on graph paper of a letter or some other asymmetric design at 15 rows by 15 columns or less. If you forget, I'll have a few letter charts you can use.

    Also, if you’re not already familiar with my cast-on, please learn it before the workshop so we can move right into new techniques. The cast-on we'll be doing is subtly different from the one currently online but it's best if you have a solid foundation. You can find a video tutorial on Youtube at http://double-knitting.com/caston-video. Also, please bring a sample or photo of your previous double-knitting work, if handy.


    Class Size: Limit of 24



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



    • 11/13/2017
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 20



    Class Title: Multi-Color Double Knitting


    Instructor: Alasdair Post-Quinn


    Objective: To take your existing knowledge of double-knitting techniques and push its limits by adding more colors.


    Class Description: Bored with only two colors in your double-knitting? Add a third – or a fourth! With more than two colors per row in double-knitting, the rules change a bit – learn how to choose a color rotation and maintain it throughout a three-color pattern. In this workshop, you’ll get to play with three-color single-pattern as well as two-pattern double-knitting – and open new doors to design possibilities that were previously impossible (or at least improbable). You’ll also learn how to integrate the third color into a foolproof double-knit selvedge, and a bind-off that mirrors the cast-on.


    Overall Skill Category: Previous double-knitting experience required -- you should either have taken Alasdair’s Introduction to Double-Knitting workshop in person or on Craftsy, or have done some other double-knitting colorwork on your own or in another workshop. You should also have some basic familiarity with knitting charts.


    Materials fee: none


    Supplies to Bring to Class:

    ·         3 highly-contrasting colors of plain yarn in the DK to worsted weight range

    ·         A pair of straight or circular needles in the proper size


    Pre-Class Assignment: If you’re not already familiar with my cast-on, please learn it before the workshop so we can move right into new techniques. The cast-on we'll be doing is subtly different from the one currently online but it's best if you have a solid foundation. You can find a video tutorial on Youtube at http://double-knitting.com/caston-video. Also, please bring a sample or photo of your previous double-knitting work, if handy.


    Class Size: Limit of 24



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



    • 11/13/2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Promega Corporation, 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    • 20



    Class Title: Double Knitting Off the Grid


    Instructor: Alasdair Post-Quinn


    Objective: To take your existing knowledge of double-knitting techniques and push its limits with single and double increasing and decreasing techniques.


    Class Description: Knitting is so often just one row of stitches on top of another – and double-knitting doubly so. In the pursuit of more interesting shapes, sometimes you need to go … off the grid. In this workshop, you’ll learn a whole host of double-knit increases and decreases – you can use them for shaping later, but I prefer to use them to make colorwork that almost seems to be embroidered onto the fabric. If you combine this technique with double-knit cables, whole new worlds will open up before you. As with the other advanced workshops, you’ll also learn a really clean double-knit selvedge and a bind-off that mirrors the cast-on.


    Overall Skill Category: Previous double-knitting experience required -- you should either have taken Alasdair’s Introduction to Double-Knitting workshop in person or on Craftsy, or have done some other double-knitting colorwork on your own or in another workshop. You should also be comfortable with some type of increase and decrease in single-sided knitting and be able to follow them in charts.


    Materials fee: none


    Supplies to Bring to Class:

    ·         2 highly-contrasting colors of plain yarn in the DK to worsted weight range

    ·         A pair of straight or circular needles in the proper size


    Pre-Class Assignment: If you’re not already familiar with my cast-on, please learn it before the workshop so we can move right into new techniques. The cast-on we'll be doing is subtly different from the one currently online but it's best if you have a solid foundation. You can find a video tutorial on Youtube at http://double-knitting.com/caston-video. Also, please bring a sample or photo of your previous double-knitting work, if handy.


    Class Size: Limit of 24



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



    • 11/13/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: Adventures in Double Knitting

    Speaker: Alasdair Post-Quinn

    Hold onto your hats, it is time for extreme double knitting! Alasdair Post-Quinn has been bending the limits of this technique with his mind-blowing design work and will astonish us all with his presentation “Adventures in Double Knitting.” In conjunction with his meeting presentation, Alasdair will offer four half-day classes. “Intro to Double Knitting” will be held in the morning and “2 Pattern Double Knitting” in the afternoon on Sunday, November 10. On Monday, November 11, Alasdair will teach “2 Color Double Knitting” in the morning and thrill us with “Double Knitting Off the Grid” in the afternoon. Watch the MKG website as classes will be opened for on-line registration August 15. For more about Alasdair and his work, visit his website.  


    Vendors:


    Community Projects:

    • Hats for children and adults

    • Mittens for children and adults

    • Scarves for children and adults

    • Very warm hats and scarves for homeless men

    • Scarves/cowls (warm) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Mini Skein Swap



    • 12/11/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: Trade Show


    Speaker: Shira Blumenthal (Lion Brand Team)


    For our December meeting, we will celebrate all things yarn. First, that night is traditionally our Second Chance for Second Harvest Yarn Sale to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank. Second, we will be joined by Shira Blumenthal and the Lion Brand Yarn staff. This is always a fun event, and we look forward to welcoming Shira and her colleagues to Madison again.


    Vendors:


    Community Projects:

    • Hats for children and adults

    • Mittens for children and adults

    • Scarves for children and adults

    • Very warm hats and scarves for homeless men

    • Scarves/cowls (warm) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Second Harvest Sale: Yarn sale to benefit Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin, Inc. and donations of toiletries



    • 01/08/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: Knitting of Southern Sweden


    Speaker: Carol Rhoades


    We will welcome in the New Year, and we will also welcome our own Carol Huebscher Rhoades for a presentation titled “The Knitting of Southern Sweden.” In addition to her independent design work, Carol writes and publishes on topics including spinning, crochet, and historic and ethnic Scandinavian textiles and has numerous articles and designs in print. She is one of the best respected translators of works on Scandinavian textiles and knitting, and she has collaborated with authors such as Anna Marie Sundbo and Arne and Carlos to help bring their work to an English speaking audience. For a quick peek at some of Carol’s independent designs, check her Ravelry page.


    Vendors:


    Community Projects:

    • Dishcloths

    • Slippers

    • Scarves/cowls (warm) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: War Knitting/War Knitting Books



    • 02/12/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: European Knitting Travel Destinations (and what you’ll find there!)


    Speaker: Amy Detjen


    Amy Detjen will join us to tempt us with travel. With her presentation “European Knitting Destinations (and What You’ll Find There),” Amy will have us all dreaming of faraway yarns (oops, lands!). Follow Amy and her travels here.


    Vendors:


    Community Projects:

    • Baby Items

    • Blankets (fleece or knit)

    • Hats

    • Socks

    • Scarves/cowls (warm) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Children’s Knitting Books


    • 03/12/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: From the Isthmus to the Front Range


    Speaker: Elizabeth Prose


    Elizabeth Prose will return to Madison to relate the story of how an MKG member wound up working for one of the most influential publishing houses in the area of fiberarts. Elizabeth is an MFA graduate in design from UW-Madison and is currently working at Interweave Press as assistant editor for Piecework and Spin-Off magazines. Elizabeth has also taught classes on knitting, spinning, crochet, papermaking, and bookbinding since 2006. Her presentation for MKG will be titled “From the Isthmus to the Front Range.” We look forward to hearing about her journey!


    Vendors:

    Community Projects:

    • Baby Items

    • Blankets (fleece or knit)

    • Hats

    • Socks

    • Scarves/cowls (warm) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: To Be Determined...



    • 04/09/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711


    Program: Reimagining Knitting


    Speaker: Nicky Epstein


    Nicky Epstein will be joining us to present to the April Guild meeting. Due to her popularity as a speaker, this meeting will be restricted to MKG members. A true “Knitterati,” Nicky is one of the most beloved knitting designers and teachers working today. The author of more than 25 books, Nicky has turned her creative talents to such varied topics as edgings, knitted embellishments, flowers, high fashion knits, knitted “critters,” and doll clothes. For more about Nicky and her work, visit her website.


    While she is in Madison, join Nicky for one of her wildly popular half-day classes. Nicky will be teaching “Knitting Block by Block” and “Knitting Cord Class” on Saturday April 7. “Edgings/Flowers” and “Knit a Square, Create a Critter” will be offered on Sunday, April 8. We expect Nicky’s classes will fill quickly, so plan ahead.


    Vendors:

    Community Projects:

    • Scarves/cowls (lightweight fashion) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: To Be Determined...



    • 05/14/2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Promega Corporation 5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy Fitchburg, WI 53711



    Program: Annual Meeting

    • Members' Stash Sale

    • Board Election

    • Brown Bag Exchange reveal

    • Door Prizes

    • Etc.


    Speaker: none


    Vendors:


    Community Projects:

    • Toys (critters, balls, etc.)

    • Scarves/cowls (lightweight fashion) for women who have experienced domestic abuse or who are homeless


    Knit Connections: Small pre-meeting discussion in Room 122 from 5:45 - 6:15. This month's topic: Brown Bag Exchange Return



Past events

08/14/2017 Summer Knitting
08/05/2017 STITCHES MIDWEST
07/17/2017 Summer Knitting
06/16/2017 STITCH 'N PITCH WITH THE MALLARDS
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
03/04/2017 MAD ROLLIN' DOLLS ~ ROLLER DERBY BOUT
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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