Tag: Knit Wits

Knit Wits news

Bobbi Forsch The Knit Wits have been very busy during March. Our first Wednesday we had show and tell and many projects were displayed by proud knitters. Several of our members are working on their Tofutsee tee shirt from South West Trading Company and it was fun to see how far everyone has gotten. We…

Greetings from the Knit Wits

Bobbi Forsch Happy 2015 from the Knit Wits. This great group meets every Wednesday morning from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the SaddleBrooke One Arts and Crafts Center, Room No. 4, to knit and crochet. We welcome all skill levels and will even teach non knitters or crocheters the craft if you’re interested. Membership is…

Knit Wits news – February 2015

New 2015 co-presidents JoAnn Ciaciuch and Glenn Webster

Bobbi Forsch The Knit Wits are excited about their first class. Claudia Brust and her Program/Education committee are teaching how to make fingerless gloves and beaded cuffs. Classes are available for anyone interested. You might wonder why so many people knit or crochet. Crafting has so many advantages. Working with yarn can relieve anxiety by…

Knit Wits holiday party

Willie Reich and Helen Nack deliver toys to SaddleBrooke firemen.

Helen Nack Knit Wits kicked off the holiday season with a potluck brunch, toy drive for Toys for Tots, and treats for the fire stations serving all of the SaddleBrooke communities. The brunch included both traditional Christmas and Hanukah fare: Christmas goodies and potato latkes with sour cream and apple sauce. Two antique menorahs were…

Knit-Wits Club supports breast cancer survivors

Knitted Knockers come in all sizes and colors; photo by Bette Stephens

Carol Chiarello The Knit Wits do many things through the year. We are often knitting/crocheting lovely items for ourselves or our loved ones. We also do various projects for donation, such as children’s hats for Kids’ Closet, chemo hats for local cancer centers and baby blankets and hats for veterans, to name a few. With…