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Knit Wits news

Carol Chiarello Yes, we have done it again! In late February, the Knit Wits held the annual baby shower in support of SaddleBrooke Troop Support. Beth came to our meeting to share stories of the vetted families who will receive our baby and mom items. She also brought along Marlene, who volunteers at the Military…

Knit Wits news

Barb Kervin On January 30, members of the Knit Wits Club were given a tour of Kids’ Closet in the Mammoth area. The ladies were given a private tour of this amazing and well organized SaddleBrooke Charity by our own Melanie Stout. Melanie answered all of our questions with pertinent and informative answers. The Knit…

Knit Wits news

Carol Chiarello 2019 is off to a great start for the Knit Wits. We had our monthly “show and tell” which always gives us lots of ideas, especially for the new year. It sometimes also gives us just the poke we need to finish off an old WIP (work in progress) or one of our…

Knit Wits news

Carol Chiarello Greetings in the New Year! Have you considered joining a social/craft club whose members knit or crochet for themselves as well as others? It’s a great time to become a Knit Wit for the incredible price of $12 per year. Co-presidents Tina Marie and Barb are busy cooking up delightful classes and road…

Knit Wits news

Carol Chiarello We have been quite the social butterflies lately. In October, the club welcomed several of our most recent members with a “Newcomers Tea.” Held at one member’s home (thank you, Brenda, you have a beautiful home with such interesting books and décor!), this event includes the Board members of Knit Wits, lunch and…

Knit Wits news

Carol Chiarello Road trip for the ladies! Last month about 20 of our Knit Wits drove out to visit Grandma’s Spinning Wheel, an excellent yarn shop on the east side of town. The group was treated to special instruction, special yarn pricing and then the ladies went to lunch. What happens when you are not…

Knit Wits News

Carol Chiarello The ladies have been busy with baby sweaters. Last month we offered a class for doing a ripple design baby sweater, very feminine for baby girls. Members can knit for one of our charity groups, or their own babies. Most recently, Bette Stephens offered her skills for teaching buttonholes in those sweaters. The…


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