Lesa was all smiles.
Cori got the prize for most stitches torn out and redone! Looks beautiful. Looking forward to more information on the crochet slippers class, Cori.
Our February Program will be making socks. Click on the photo above from Knit and Crochet Now! TV for their free crochet pattern.
At our January meeting, Pam Everheart showed us the pair of socks she made using RedHeart, Heart and Sole, self-striping yarn.
The pattern will also be provided to you at the February Guild meeting held at Twist, 607 W. Douglas on Mon. Feb. 15, 2010 from 10:00 a.m to Noon and again at the same location from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Enter through the back doors.
Wow, I can’t believe another year has come and gone. The KS My Stitch Christmas Party was so much fun.
Thanks to Susie and
Jinna organizing the whole thing. Thank you to all that helped and made the party a success. I think everything was perfect and it was very relaxing for me to just sit back and enjoy myself as Jinna and Susie conducted the festivities.
The members started arriving with all of their white elephant gifts, door prizes, and dinner dishes. I do believe we could have fed 40 people with all the good food that everyone brought.
We had a brief meeting with the installation of officers and the new officers are from left to right:
Stephanie Macera (Secretary/Treasurer)
Tamara Gonzales (President)
Pam Everhart (Vice President)
Then we did a word search game with all crochet words in it of course.
Everyone was so generous with bringing door prizes and I think we had enough for everyone to win.
We also had a white elephant gift exchange and that’s where you could participate if you wanted to or not. The rules were to bring a gift related to crochet that you would like to receive yourself. The first person chooses a gift from the table and the next person could either take the gift from the first person or choose another gift. One gift could only be taken twice. It was a lot of fun and I do believe Sheri finally ended up with the very cute crochet hat.