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!

Thursday, May 31, 2012


Kelley [aka the head sheep aka leader of the flock] has decided that we will celebrate World Wide Knit in Public day at Shain Park, Birmingham.  We'll start gathering at 1PM on Sunday, June 10, in the north-east section of the park.  In sheepish fashion we will follow the sun... or rather, try to stay out of it.  Hope to see ewe there.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Final guild meeting of the year :: May 2012

Our last guild meeting is always a busy one...after a few opening announcements from Kelley and Charli, we cut into the Black Sheep cake—delicious! It's quickly becoming a favorite tradition!
Members showed off a few finished objects: a great charity blanket, a finished April KAL and a felted and embellished bag from the retreat were a few of the inspiring items shared.
The silent auction and the swap and sale took place as well...with many great items available! Our sheep are so talented!
Have a wonderful summer...keep up with the sheep Tuesday nights at Panera...and keep knitting (especially on those great charity blankets!).

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Sheep on Retreat :: 2012

Black Sheep :: May 4–6, 2012 :: Higgins Lake


About half of the attendees did the early start and sidetrip to Stonehedge Fiber Mill for a mill tour and shopping experience on the farm. Arrived back at the RAM Center in time for dinner, followed by a short game of Last Knitter Standing.

Door Prize Gallery
Friday evening we had an amazing display of gorgeous colors and fibers, and members had time to stroll around and enjoy their first glimpse of all the donated door prizes. Asked to cast ballots to vote for some favorites, retreat attendees took it quite seriously and skeins were handled, fiber content inspected and colorways were closely examined. Along with all the beautiful yarn, we were happy to have a few additional items, such as project bags, a book and a great yarn swift. See the list of independent dyers and small businesses at the right who donated — please support these wonderful folk who have been so generous to us!

Notice that we are all wearing the lovely skeins in the group photo...

Members helped run the programs, including embellishing in the morning—needlefelting, beading and embroidery on your choice of project. We made earrings from aluminum knitting needle bits in the afternoon. The KAL coffee cup sleeve is super cute (thanks Mimi!)…and Jennie the Potter bowls with black sheep on them were the swag this year. 

Bad Moon Rising
Well yes, the skein of that colorway donated by Dragonfly Fibers was a weekend favorite, and so was the great moonrise over Higgins Lake Saturday evening. We couldn't resist playing a bit with it. Enjoyed a bonfire by the lake, and then back to the lodge for knitting late into the night.


Be sure to check out additional member photos like these on Ravelry!