Birthdays in September:
Kelly is a knitting designer and teacher from Silverton, OR. Kelly also manages Apples to Oranges shop in Silverton. Besides the standard knit items, Kelly also designs knitwear jewelry.
Kelly shared many of her designs and patterns with us. Kelly also invited us to join her at Main Street Bistro in Silverton on September 18 from 6-8:00 pm for Pints & Purls.
Pints & Purls Special Guests: Leann & Toni
Leann from Silver Falls Fiber Company and her dyeing partner Toni of Farm Girls will be joining us this Wednesday, September 18 at Pints & Purls.
This dynamic duo create beautiful hand-dyed yarn and spinning fiber. They will be sharing a little bit about their process as well as an assortment of deliciously colorful items with us.
Please come out and support these very talented local artists!
You can see more of Kelly’s designs on her website: https://www.kisdesigns.net
Check out her blog at: www.kellykisdesigns.blogspot.com
Sue Munson reported on the finances of the Guild for the April – June quarter.
- Guild’s general account balance: $335.15
- Beach Retreat account balance: $2,186.44
Patterns for September/October
Additional agenda items:
Currently the Retreat is full. A waiting list has been established. The Retreat is open to Guild members only until December 1, 2019. After December 1, if there are any openings, others may apply.
Checkerboard Slippers – Ginny Floyd will walk us through the making of these slippers during next month’s meeting. Please print out the pattern and bring it to the meeting if you are planning to make the slippers with us.
Show and Tell
- Joyce is making another Pincha Shawl – pattern is available on Ravelry. She also shared a bowl that she made. The pattern is in the book Sewing Pottery By Machine and is available from several companies on the internet.
- Debbie was wearing her recently completed summer shell. The pattern was from a Creative Magazine several years old.
- Patty is doing a mystery knit-along (MKAL) called “Oh, Gnome, You Didn’t” available on Ravelry.
- Teresa finished her Bubble-icious socks with the Solar Flare yarn.
- Val is knitting (and knitting) on her Endless Wrap shawl.
- Nancy was wearing her Pebble Beach Shawl.
- Ellen was wearing her Hitofude sweater.
- Sue Munson shared her scarves that she made during her three-week fishing trip. (She’s not going fishing again any time soon.)
- Mary showed two of her recently completed projects – On the Road Shawl and Across the Generations.
- Laura showed us her Crazy Hair hat that she made for a celebration. She is currently working on a Southwest Sunrise Shawl.
- Kathy is working on her third Hitofude sweater, the same one that Ellen was wearing today.
- Sue Tyvoll has made a knitted market bag. She has several that she crocheted, but this is the first one she knitted. The pattern is from Red Heart.
- Cindy hopes to have at least one pair of socks done by the end of the year. She shared two sock toes in progress (from two different pairs).
- Marcia is working on a kit that she purchased from Teresa Ruch (our presenter from the August meeting). The pattern is available on Ravelry.
- Kathy G. has been knitting with some of the yarn donated to the Guild. She’s completed 17 hats and will credit the Guild for donating to the Assistance League. Here’s a link to a chart for hat sizes.
- Mary won a basket from the Knitting Bee Shop during the Rose City Yarn Crawl. She showed us the Birds of a Feather shawl she made from yarn in the basket. She also shared a pair of mittens.
Presenter: Ginny Floyd
Yarn and straight knitting needles will available if you are needing some for the slipper workshop in October with Ginny.
Snacks: Kelli Bold and Sue Munson
Set-up: Patty Scruggs and Patty Locicero
Clean-up: Teresa Furnish and Patty Scruggs
Hope to see you there!
NEXT MEETING IS OCTOBER 12
TERRACE LAKE COMMUNITY CENTER
2120 ROBINS LANE
AT 10 AM