We meet the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:45 p.m. :: Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Guild Meetings — September through May :: Summer Camp — June through August

LOCATION: Huntington Woods Public Library :: Woods Gallery, lower level :: 26415 Scotia Rd, Huntington Woods, MI 48070

Bring your knitting and join us for an evening — we’re sure you’ll want to become part of the flock!

Friday, July 27, 2007

What Kind of Knitter Are You?

I found a quiz on another blog and thought you'd like to take it! Follow this Link.

I'm a "Knitting Adventurer" leave a comment about what you found out that YOU are!

Meanwhile, check out the details for the Michigan State Fair. If you're planning to submit an item, it costs $12 and you can submit up to 10 items. Look through your stash, what do you have completed? What's close to completion? What are you proud of and want to show off? There are small cash prizes and shiny ribbons to be won. . .what do you have to lose?

You need to download, complete and mail in your application by August 1, so get going and get it done! How cool would it be to have lots and lots of things from BSKG at the Fair? All items need to be delivered Aug 11, 12 or 13 (I'll need a volunteer to drop some things off for me, I'll be out of town still) and can be picked up just after Labor Day. I'll try to find out more info about the "Nimble Fingers Knitting Exhibition" Chris won a rosette last year for her speedy knitting! A member of the Royal Oak Knitters is organizing this competition, and she's also willing to help out with any knitting problems you may have with a project you're working on.

Regardless of whether or not you enter items (but you all should. . .) it's a fun place to go and see what other's around the state are making! With the skill of everyone in our guild, we should be able to win ribbons in every category. . .not that I'm competitive or anything!


Anonymous said...

I guess I am an adventurer too! I certainly feel like nothing knitterly scares me and I want to learn it all! I want to be REALLY good, maybe design, or teach. Or...secrete fantasy...own a knitting shop. Sh!!!! Don't tell my husband! Kim T.

Anonymous said...

I'll try again. my first try vanished into the black hole that eats my tape measures. It would seam that, at my age I'm still a "knitting Apprentice". Still learning, the computer, knitting, cooking-----no! no! no! I hate cooking.

sharonlhagen said...

It's up there on top, above the leave a comment, my comment. Do not what to say it again. I think I'm going down that black hole.

Anonymous said...

I'm still up here!

Kim W said...

I seem to be a knitting guru! who knew? I would never have picked that for me, more like a guru wanna be! LOL

Harriet said...

I also seem to be a knitting guru. I think there may be a flaw in that test. hahaha