Monthly Archives: May 2011

AMKM: Tension Problems, Part 1.

For my second ‘Almost Master Knitter Musings’ post, I’ll talk a bit about tension problems.  Not in your shoulders and back, but in your knitting. 🙂 For many knitters, the tension on knit rows is tighter than the tension on … Continue reading

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Volunteer knitting opportunity – Thompson Child & Family Focus

The School at Thompson Child & Family Focus is looking for folks to come out this summer and teach knitting (or crocheting) to kids 6-12 years old. It would be weekdays 12:30-2 p.m. You can pick your days. We have … Continue reading

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Sweater Knit Along?

At a recent meeting, we realized that several of us have yet to knit our first sweater. We thought that it might be fun to organize an informal sweater KAL starting sometime this summer. We could help each other, discuss … Continue reading

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Join the Charlotte Knitting Guild as we knit with hundreds of other knitters around the world on the same day! Ravelry Event Link Where: Books A Million, Cotswold location (corner of Sharon Amity and Randolph Rd) When: June 11 from … Continue reading

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