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Knit-Ins are held throughout the week at various locations
all over the metropolitan area.
Note (for Guild Members): Unless otherwise
stated, there is no need to get permission to come to a
knit-in, just show up and look for other friendly knitters.
We try to keep our information up-to-date, but note that
knit-in times/dates do occasionally change.
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A Knit-In is a group of Guild members who meet in their
homes or another place such as a restaurant, bookstore,
or library to knit, exchange patterns, help each other with
techniques, and become better acquainted with other members
of the Guild.
Knit-Ins are organized in a geographical area so that members
live close to one another. However, membership in a Knit-In
is NOT limited to members living in that area. A Guild member
is welcome to attend any of the Knit-Ins.
you would like to start a new Knit-In, contact our Communications
VP (listed on page 2 of your phone directory or here),
for information/ advice/ encouragement!
usually meet once a month. Some meet during the day and
may include bringing a sack lunch. If you plan to visit
a Knit-In and are not sure whether to bring your lunch,
check with the hostess or call for directions. Meetings
of Knit-Ins with dates and times are also listed in the
monthly newsletter along with the hostess' name and phone
some Knit-Ins go afield. The members decide to take a field
trip to visit a yarn shop or go out to dinner together.
A Knit-In may take on a special project such as arranging
the favors or program for the Guild banquet. Some Knit-Ins
have a particular interest such as lace, dolls, toys, etc.
a Knit-In is a way to get more involved with the Guild and
gain an extra benefit from your membership dollar. You may
attend as many Knit-Ins as your schedule will allow. The
only requirement for joining a Knit-In is that you be a
Guild member in good standing. Non-members may attend any
Knit-In held at a library, business, or similar place governed
by non-exclusion rules.
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