Picnic with the DKG on Monday, June 19th.

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We are having our annual picnic and celebrating another great year of knitting. This will be our last meeting before the summer break. We will resume in September with new officers. We will be selling some of our DKG merchandise (see picture above) so bring some cash. Also if you have anything that you want to sell bring it to the picnic.   Please keep it to Knitting related objects. We will be presenting Barbara with the Log Cabin Afghan we created at Carol Anderson’s Retreat and Wanda with her gifts of appreciation. You won’t want to miss this wonderful event. We will start at 10 a.m. with Barbara leading the DKG meeting. The picnic is a pot luck so bring something yummy to share. Drinks and place settings will be provided by the Dayton Knitting Guild.

See you there.

Heather

KAL starts today…

Mary Shue and Valerie Mosely would like to invite members of the Dayton Knitting Guild and the Wool Gatherers Guild from Plymouth, Michigan, to join us in an Orenburg Shawl KAL (knit along). It will be held in the Dayton Knitting Guild’s Ravelry group. We will open up a thread called something clever like “Orenburg Lace KAL”.

Some of us will be knitting the Diamond Triangular Shawl. The pattern can be found in The Gossamer Webs Design Collection by Galina Khmeleva. You may choose another Orenburg pattern if you wish. The KAL will begin June 1, 2017. You may cast on sooner or join us at any time. There are no prizes and no finish dates scheduled.

The Diamond Triangular Shawl takes about 1000 yards of lace weight yarn. If you need suggestions, suri alpaca, wool/silk blends, non-superwash wool, or wool/mohair blends would work. A natural cream color is traditional but any solid or tonal color that would show the lace pattern would be ideal. A yarn that will hold its shape when blocked is what will work best.
Errata can be found at: https://www.interweave.com/interweave-errata-corrections/.

Please come and join us or drop by the thread to chat. The thread will be active by May 1.
Questions? Contact Mary Shue; willknit4donuts on Ravelry