We meet the second Tuesday of each month from 6:45-8:45 p.m. :: Doors open at 6:15 p.m.
Guild Meetings — September through May :: Summer Camp — June through August

NEW LOCATION: Lower Level :: Huntington Woods Library, 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!

Sunday, June 15, 2008


There wasn't any way to keep track of the *visitors* to the KIP tent at Cranbrook..... but they were many! Here's a slideshow

and a message from Linda Lutomski:
"Thank you so much for the support in our demo day! It was 
so great to have so many hands, ideas and reliable people
working for the cause. I am proud to be a part of a guild
with the dedication and cooperative ability to work together
and enjoy each other the way we do. With the public interest
and our terrific looking booth, I don't think that "outsiders"
would have had a clue that we had never done this sort of thing
as a group. It all came together so well. I am off to nurse the
sunburn, but I had to share my excitement and appreciation
for the outcome of our event!"

Here are more pictures taken by L. Goodman.


Monday, June 9, 2008

did ewe know......?

tell us about your first project
Kim T.: my first project was a purple 'fun fur' scarf - I thought I would see if I could remember the "knit" stitch from Girl Scouts - 2 1/2 years ago
Kim W.: a Lion brand 'Learn To Knit' kit in January, 2004

what was your most difficult project?
Kim T.: that's a hard one...I like to be challenged! My Coriolis socks gave me difficulty because I had a hard time navigating the book...
Kim W.: Mystery stole

what was/is your favorite project?
Kim T.: Whatever I am knitting at the moment!
Kim W.: any kind of socks or mittens

salty or sweet?
Kim T.: Definitely sweet!... chocolate croissants or cherry turnovers - almost forgot the Hagen-Das chocolate ice cream!
Kim W.: Both - but if pressed sweet always wins.

tell us something interesting about yourself
Kim T.: I've done lots of stupid stuff! Like the time I went to Guatemala with one of America's Most Wanted!
Kim W.: As an adult I lived in Texas for 3 years.
I played the flute all the way through School until my Senior Year

aside from knitting, what are you passionate about?
Kim T.: I am passionate about my son Christopher. I was very passionate about art - before knitting - painting watercolors and doing pastels. I also love to travel.
Kim W.:
soccor, hockey, and trashy novels

Monday, June 2, 2008

This is Eris ~ owned by a friend in London, England. She was busy this weekend. Do you have a knitting cat?