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KS My Stitch Stars of the Month of July 2011

Name: Linda Gibson
Linda attends mostly morning meetings.

Q: What is your current job or way you spend your time?
A: I am looking for a full time job and I am currently an associate minister for Christian Church-Disciples of Christ

Q: Do you have a Nickname or Ravelry Name?
A: Stitcher

Q: How long have you been crocheting?
A: Since about 5 years old.

Q: What are you enjoying crocheting now?
A: Baby items/afghans/scarves

Q: How long have you been a member of KS My Stitch Crochet Guild?
A: Since 2007 or 2008

Q: How did you hear about the guild?
A: From the founder of KS My Stitch; Lana Bennett

Q: What is something you have crocheted that gave you a sense of accomplishment or pride?
A: A laceweight shawl.

Q: What is a favorite memory or thing you remember about our guild?
A: The first meetings when we met at Lana’s little Hobbit house it was very cool and intimate.

Q: What keeps you coming back to guild?
A: Crocheting fellowship, charity, and the programs.

Name: Lee Ahlstrom
Lee attends morning meetings.

Q: What is your current job or way you spend your time?
A: Retired

Q: Do you have a Nickname or Ravelry Name?
A: Huong

Q: How long have you been crocheting?
A: 2 years

Q: What are you enjoying crocheting now?
A: Very well. (Lee misunderstood the question and I think she meant to say that she likes to crochet very much) 🙂

Q: How long have you been a member of KS My Stitch Crochet Guild?
A: Since 2009

Q: How did you hear about the guild?
A: From the newspaper.

Q: What is something you have crocheted that gave you a sense of accomplishment or pride?
A: Swap (Lee misunderstood the question again, but I think she likes the door prize drawings and loves everything that she wins? I will have to ask Lee next time I see her if that’s what she meant.)

Q: What is a favorite memory or thing you remember about our guild?
A: Karen gives me so much headaches. (Because Karen makes her count.) Ha! Ha!

Q: What keeps you coming back to guild?
A: To learn more. (And she wanted to thank Kay and Karen for helping her learn to crochet and everyone else that has helped her along the way. She wrote the last sentence in Vietnamese and Linda G. did a wonderful job of reading it.)

Name: Kelly Wilson
Kelly attends mostly evening meetings.

Q: What is your current job or way you spend your time?
A: Teachers Assistant at Wichita Montessori School for the last 16 years.

Q: Do you have a Nickname or Ravelry Name?
A: Kelly Belly

Q: How long have you been crocheting?
A: 32 years. My Grandmother & Great Aunt taught me to do the Granny square when I was about 11 years old. That was it until I was out of High School.

Q: What are you enjoying crocheting now?
A: Afghans, hats, shawls, & scarves.
Q: How long have you been a member of KS My Stitch Crochet Guild?
A: Since 2008

Q: How did you hear about the guild?
A: From Tamara; I took a crochet on the double class with her and she greatly encouraged me to join.
Q: What is something you have crocheted that gave you a sense of accomplishment or pride?
A: A Granny square rectangle crochet afghan for my Dad. He was extremely pleased with it.
Q: What is a favorite memory or thing you remember about our guild?
A: The Christmas parties and the white elephant gift exchange; I like how we can steal gifts from others.
Q: What keeps you coming back to guild?
A: Friends, fellowship, and inspiration

Name: Jackie Clark
Jackie attends mostly evening meetings.

Q: What is your current job or way you spend your time?
A: Pattern and Fabric Designer, Grammy of 2 beautiful grandchildren, I’ve been married 30 years, I have 3 grown children, and have been spending a lot of time with my elderly parents; driving them to doctor’s appointments and taking them on day trips.

Q: Do you have a Nickname or Ravelry Name?
A: No

Q: How long have you been crocheting?
A: About 10 years.

Q: What are you enjoying crocheting now?
A: Simple daisy chain flowers.

Q: How long have you been a member of KS My Stitch Crochet Guild?
A: 5 years.

Q: How did you hear about the guild?
A: From Tamara

Q: What is something you have crocheted that gave you a sense of accomplishment or pride?
A: An afghan that was really wide at one end and narrow at the other.

Q: What is a favorite memory or thing you remember about our guild?
A: Show and share is very inspirational.

Q: What keeps you coming back to guild?
A: I just love to see everyone.

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KS My Stitch in Wichita, Kansas, is the local chapter of Crochet Guild of America. Our meetings are held the third Monday of each month, at 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Guests are welcome!

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