Guild meets the second Tuesday of each month, September through May, from 7-9 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, 2225 East Fourteen Mile Road, Birmingham, Michigan. see a map »

Bring your knitting and join us for an evening — we’re sure you’ll want to become part of the flock!

Sunday, June 15, 2008

WWKIP




There wasn't any way to keep track of the *visitors* to the KIP tent at Cranbrook..... but they were many! Here's a slideshow



and a message from Linda Lutomski:
"Thank you so much for the support in our demo day! It was 
so great to have so many hands, ideas and reliable people
working for the cause. I am proud to be a part of a guild
with the dedication and cooperative ability to work together
and enjoy each other the way we do. With the public interest
and our terrific looking booth, I don't think that "outsiders"
would have had a clue that we had never done this sort of thing
as a group. It all came together so well. I am off to nurse the
sunburn, but I had to share my excitement and appreciation
for the outcome of our event!"


Here are more pictures taken by L. Goodman.

http://s234.photobucket.com/albums/ee225/lindapf/?action=view¤t=e6a1bfcc.pbw

Monday, June 9, 2008

did ewe know......?

tell us about your first project
Kim T.: my first project was a purple 'fun fur' scarf - I thought I would see if I could remember the "knit" stitch from Girl Scouts - 2 1/2 years ago
Kim W.: a Lion brand 'Learn To Knit' kit in January, 2004

what was your most difficult project?
Kim T.: that's a hard one...I like to be challenged! My Coriolis socks gave me difficulty because I had a hard time navigating the book...
Kim W.: Mystery stole

what was/is your favorite project?
Kim T.: Whatever I am knitting at the moment!
Kim W.: any kind of socks or mittens

salty or sweet?
Kim T.: Definitely sweet!... chocolate croissants or cherry turnovers - almost forgot the Hagen-Das chocolate ice cream!
Kim W.: Both - but if pressed sweet always wins.

tell us something interesting about yourself
Kim T.: I've done lots of stupid stuff! Like the time I went to Guatemala with one of America's Most Wanted!
Kim W.: As an adult I lived in Texas for 3 years.
I played the flute all the way through School until my Senior Year

aside from knitting, what are you passionate about?
Kim T.: I am passionate about my son Christopher. I was very passionate about art - before knitting - painting watercolors and doing pastels. I also love to travel.
Kim W.:
soccor, hockey, and trashy novels





Monday, June 2, 2008


This is Eris ~ owned by a friend in London, England. She was busy this weekend. Do you have a knitting cat?