2019 is going to be an exciting year in the Guild. Here’s the schedule of speakers and workshops for our monthly meetings. Details will be posted in the Calendar and in Knitters News as they become available. Click on the calendar to see all.
Click on the Scroll to Read Brief News Announcements for July.
Stash Sale Recap. Your generous support of the Stash Sale allows the Guild to continue to provide the wonderful programs and guest speakers each month. Click on the photo to read more.
Guild Winners! Thanks to all our members who volunteered their time to promote our Guild and the art of knitting at the San Diego County Read more
The August 19-22, 2019 Retreat is Full! Balances for the August Retreat are due by July 18. (Please disregard if you have paid in full.) Balance for Read more
Click on the Scroll to Read Brief News Announcements for June.
San Diego North Coast Knitters Guild Minutes of the General Meeting Tuesday, June 4 2019 Temple Solel President Tina Rounsavell called the meeting to order Read more
NEW! The Guild Now Accepts Credit and Debit Cards. Beginning this July, the Guild will accept payments via credit or debit cards in addition to Read more
PHILANTHROPY in the News! You will be amazed at the lovely baby sweaters and blankets contributed by your fellow guild members. If you are one of Read more
West Coast Fiber Arts Exhibition at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery Sept. 13 – Oct. 4, 2019 This juried exhibition is a focus on Read more
Guild member Rita Kahn recently passed away. Read about Rita’s participation in the Guild by clicking on her photo.
This looks like fun! San Diego’s New Children’s Museum announced its newest art commission: Whammock! by internationally renowned textile artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam. Whammock! resembles a Read more
Come to the July Meeting for Fun and Games!! Don’t miss out on the fun at our July 2nd meeting! We will have games, (all knitting related), Read more
Deborah Jarchow’s Visit to the Guild. Deborah Jarchow presented a program titled “Working with Yarn the Weaving Way”. Deborah is a knitter, as well as Read more