Chair: Renate Gyuro – 541-821-8071
Knitting 101 invites members to learn to knit or refresh what they’ve learned years ago. Also welcome are members who have UFOs (UnFinished Objects) hidden in their closet and need inspiration to finish them. We meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 1:00 PM at Renate's ranch, or at one of the knitters’ homes. Expect to spend about 2 hours. You will receive an email reminder on Sunday or Monday prior to each meeting. Please respond to that week’s hostess if you are coming. New members can join anytime.
Twelve crafty ladies got together on July 23, including our newest member, Marijo, who had to leave before the attached pictures were taken. Nancy M modeled her latest hat – can't you hear those birds chirping?
The knitting group met at the home of Renate Gyuro on Tuesday, July 9. We all enjoyed knitting outside on the deck. We took time off from working on our current projects to show off several recently finished projects.
On June 11, the knitting group braved the heat and knitted outside. That probably won't happen again until September/October. Annette finished the blanket for her couch, looking forward to cooler temps.
The knitting group welcomed very accomplished knitter and new EPWC member, Nancy McGlothlan. Some of us are now inspired to knit a monkey or two.
The knitting group met at the home of Renata Gyuro on Tuesday, April 23. We knitted and purled as well as admiring a project Cathi Soreng had finished. Some also visited the Alpacas.
The knitting group enjoyed showing off finished projects at our meeting on January 8.
The knitting group got to look at lots of finished projects for show and tell.
The knitting group met at Renate's ranch on Tuesday, October 23. We enjoyed show and tell of recently finished projects as well the the usual camaraderie.
70 degrees – of course, we were sitting outside on the deck at Alpacas at Lone Ranch on this beautiful fall day. We welcomed a new member to the group, Linda O'Neal. Of course, Cathi Soreng returned permanently to Eagle Point recently and we are happy to have her back. Our most accomplished knitter sent… Read More.
Some lucky babies will be getting booties, hats and blankets. The red item on the left is not a standard hat but one for a tea pot, better known as a tea cozy, an essential item in most English and German households where tea is brewed by the pot instead of an individual bag in… Read More.