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BARB’S PERUVIAN CHULA HAT HAS BEEN MISSING SINCE THE SEPTEMBER MEETING. ITS RED AND GREY, HAS EAR FLAPS, IS OHIO STATE GREY AND HAS THE NAME KEIRA ON IT. KEIRA ALREADY CALLED BARB BEFORE GOING TO SCHOOL TO ASK FOR HER HAT BACK. If anyone knows of its whereabouts please call Barbara right away.

imageOn Saturday, October 18th Lynn McCown will be teaching a class on cables from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at St. Mary’s Center.  Please contact Christine Hall (see directory for contact info) if you are interested and she will send you the materials list. Lynn usually does these classes in her home in Yellow Springs. So basically it’s a Knit-in at St. Mary’s Center.

The Dayton Knitting Guild is having a T-Shirt contest. We want you to design a new image or picture that will go on the front or the back of the T-shirt. If we pick your new design for the T-shirt you will win admittance to the 20th Dayton Knitting Guild Retreat. Contact Heather Janney when you have your design completed. Her phone number is in the DKG directory. You must be a member of the Dayton Knitting Guild to enter the contest.

Don’t forget about the first DKG meeting of the fall season. It’s this Monday at
10 am and 7 pm at St. Mary’s Center. The program is called, “Is this a map or what?” The inside story of reading charts and patterns for knitters.

Don’t forget to bring something for show and tell.

Can’t wait to see everyone.

Yours Truly,

Heather

 

I am looking for ways to recruit volunteers to work with third graders at a
historical park in Beavercreek this Fall. It’s a 13 day program where we
introduce about 30 kids per day to skills of early 1800 settlers. We make
butter, rag dolls, do finger knitting, sew a quilt square, dig a potato, and
spin wool.

The chaperoned students come to “help with these chores”. Each session
lasts 25 minutes and is repeated six time in the morning beginning at 9 a.m.
until noon.

The program, sponsored by the Beavercreek Historical Society and Beavercreek
Parks, is called Living History. It’s part of the third grade curriculum
and is in it’s 23rd year. It’s held in the cabins and barn at Wartinger
Park on Kemp Road. This Fall it will run from the 16th of September through
the 10th of October.

I will meet with anyone interested in the program at my home or at the park
to demonstrate the activities. You can either help out for one day or many.

Thanks,

Becky Jarvi
Director, Fall Living History
427-1751

Ok, we’ve now got a plan. After working very hard to sort out all of the stash from Maggie’s estate – it’s time for the YARN AND CRAFT SALE!

We have 2 dates scheduled.

The first date is Monday, September 1st – Labor Day from 9 AM to 4 PM.
This day is intended for the DKG members and friends – serious knitters ;->.

The second sale date is Wednesday September 3rd from 9AM to 4PM
This sale will be advertised to the public – all are welcome!

Location: 3918 Villanova Drive
Kettering, OH 45429

Arlene Rivard has graciously agreed to handle the cashier’s desk both days. Shelley S, Kim K, Monica M, Sherry, and others have agreed to help one or both days. We would love to get additional helpers if anyone is available – there’s a LOT of yarn and other craft items. Maggie had a prodigious collection of yarn – everything from lace weight to bulky weight yarn, wools, to wool blends, silks, cottons, synthetics, and novelty yarns. She also had a large number of embroidery and quilt items, a large collection of fabric, and a variety of books and magazines.

Workshops by: Patty Lyons
Teacher-Designer-Author

Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30am-5pm
Fundamentals of Sweater Design

Sunday, Sept. 7, 1pm-8pm
Slip Stitch & Mosaic Knitting
Knitting and Purling Backwards
This class is divided up into 2-3 hr classes

Fees: $60 for both days- $40 for one day
Non-members- $75 for both days $55 for one day

This is a reminder to all Guild members. You got a registration form in the mail last week. Please fill it out soon and mail it to the address on the invitation.

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