All meetings for 2020 are now virtual using Zoom. Tips for Zoom can be found here.
Our October Virtual Speaker is Krista Ann, who knits for Hollywood! Krista will be visiting the Guild virtually.
Stash Sale! The Stash Sale is on and scheduled for Saturday, November 7th. You must reserve a time to shop – details can be found here.
Philanthropy – has drop-off points and times for your donations here.
Retreat News – The January Retreat for 2021 is full and no more reservations will be accepted.
Additions to the Guild not appearing in the 2020 Directory – check here for updates.
See October’s Virtual Show and Share photos here. Send in your September knitting activity – it’s not too late to contribute! See the Virtual Show and Share page for details.
Knit@Nite News – the September meetings were held via Zoom – see a Virtual Show and Share show here.
Ravelry Tip of the Month is on hiatus. Ravelry Tips have been archived in a drop-down box under the Knitters’ Resources tab, on the green band.
Volunteers are needed! The San Diego North Coast Knitters Guild runs on volunteers – without membership participation our wonderful Guild cannot survive. Volunteers for open board positions for next year are now being actively sought.
Other Items of Interest:
Podcasts to Knit To – Read Nancy Nevin’s new article regarding podcasts. Her original post What is Your Favorite Knitting Podcast? is still available.
Speaking of Podcasts – Eileen Adler just shared this with me – Fiber Hooligan. It’s been on hiatus for five years, and now Benjamin Levisay (head of XRX) is back with a number of interesting fiber-related interviews. The older ones may be available.
Visions Art Museum – Visions is a great quilt and textile museum in Liberty Station. While its focus is largely on art quilts, there have been other fiber art exhibits, including lace, knitting, and crochet. Find them on the web at VisionsArtMuseum.org.
Have information about events around the county which may be of interest to Guild members? Contact the Webmaster@SanDiegoKnitters.com.
–Kerry Nare, webmaster