The Knotty Ladies met at Helen Hensley's home on May 15, 2020 for the first time since Mar. 4. With coronavirus restrictions in place we considered a video meeting, but the Phase 1 guidelines made an in-person meeting possible. Lydia Davidson's beautiful patio was the setting for the meeting and masks and social distancing were… Read More.
On Friday, May 8, 2020, the Piecemakers met in the backyard of Kelly's home. Zoom meetings are fun but we missed seeing each other and had a plan to practice safe social distancing. Kelly Leatherwood voluteered to teach us how to dye fabric. With a huge backyard, she was able to place tables out in… Read More.
Part of our group gathered on May 13th and reviewed the book, The Witch Elm by Tana French. It is always interesting to hear how others interpret the books we read, how the author writes to develop characters, did they enjoy their style of writing and would you read any other books that they have… Read More.
On May 5 the knitting group once again met via Zoom to knit and catch up on the latest news. Nancy McGlothlan showed off her "forever long Quarantine tunic".
The Knotty Lady's Quilters meet every month on the 1st Wednesday at our homes. The April 3rd. was supposed to be at Lynn Bakers home, but, due to the Coronavirus shut down. We of course didn't meet. I have been in contact with the Knotty Ladies via e-mail and text. We are very busy making… Read More.
Due to the coronavirus, the knitting group has been meeting via Zoom every Tuesday. We have a great time catching up on our knitting projects and the latest news. Lynn Moore just submitted the attached photo of her finished lap blanket which she successfully completed with 11 inches of yarn to spare!
The Book Club did a group email meeting to discuss a book called, Dear Mad’m. Dear Mad’m is about an 80 year old woman who decided to move to Happy Camp for a year to live in her cabin on her mining claim to see how she would fair on “her young legs”. The host,… Read More.
The Piecemakers met on April 1st over Zoom. The need to practice social distancing came first but we all really wanted to meet. Our fearless leader, Rosenelle, helped us all learn how to join a meeting by sharing you tube videos with us. Easy peasy! We had a great time sharing our current & completed… Read More.
We are not meeting until the current virus situation has disappeared.
We had a wonderful discussion around a fascinating book by Kim Michele Richardson called "The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek". This historical fiction novel follows a young woman, Cussy Mary, during the depression era in 1930s' Kentucky. Cussy Mary is is afflicted with an blood disorder which makes her skin blue. This congenital condition was… Read More.