Be sure to check Knitters News for all announcements.
This page contains brief items too short for Knitters News, plus highlights of a few Knitters News items. It does not replace Knitters News.
All meetings for 2020 are now virtual using Zoom. Tips for Zoom can be found here.
Our November Virtual Speaker is Karen Skacel, entrepreneur extraordinaire! Karen will be speaking to the Guild virtually. Check the News Blast in your email inbox for registration information.
Note – The December meeting has been moved to December 1st, so mark your calendars! The December speaker is the long-awaited Xandy Peters!
Stash Sale! The Stash Sale is on and scheduled for Saturday, November 7th. You must have a reserved time to shop. All shoppers must wear masks and gloves at all times – details can be found here
Philanthropy – contact Ginny Newton at Philanthropy@SanDiegoKnitters.com if you still have items to donate.
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 November’s Virtual Show and Share photos here. Send in your October knitting activity – it’s not too late to contribute! See the Virtual Show and Share page for details.
New! Want to see past Show and Share photos, Christmas Fashion Shows, and other Guild photo galleries? Links to older galleries going back three years can now be found in a new drop-down under the Guild Info tab below the banner at the top of the page in the new Guild Photo Galleries page. Or, just click here.
Knit@Nite News – meetings are held via Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Contact Tania Marshall directly for specific date and to receive the Zoom link and invite. As of October, Knit@Nite photos are now included in the monthly Virtual Show and Share.
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 Ravelry Tips have been archived in a drop-down box under the Knitters’ Resources tab, on the green band.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:
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.
The San Diego Museum of Art is offering a monthly lecture series to the Museum members and guests. The series includes fascinating lectures about art, artists, history of art etc. They are enlightening. educational, and often feature living artists and other great speakers. In times of pandemic, the Museum has shifted gears to the online presentations and would like to include as many community members as possible. The series kicked off on the 16th of October (it is the third Friday of the month at 10 am). The lectures are via Zoom, they are free but donations are always welcome. Check the San Diego Museum of Art’s website for details and for other virtual activities and events.
Have information about events around the county which may be of interest to Guild members? Contact the Webmaster@SanDiegoKnitters.com.
–Kerry Nare, webmaster