Welcome to The Dayton Knitting Guild Web Site
The 2020 DKG May meeting and June picnic are cancelled
With gatherings still limited to 10 with social distancing as a means of slowing the spread of the Coronavirus, the board has cancelled the 2020 DKG May meeting and June picnic.
We are continuing to plan new programs, workshops and retreats and will meet later in the summer to decide on fall programs depending on how things play out. Please reach out to your fellow knitters through technology or in small groups observing social distancing guidelines.
We should have lots of projects to share when we next meet!
The DKG Board
The Dayton Knitting Guild, established in 1986, promotes interest and skill in the art of knitting, encourages high standards of quality and workmanship, and encourages the use of those skills for the benefit of others. Membership is open to all skill levels and geographic locations.
The Dayton Knitting Guild membership is open to all. In addition to having first choice for special events and access to our video lending library, members receive a quarterly newsletter, Call of the Wool. Click here for more information about Dayton Knitting Guild membership. A printable membership application form is available here. Use the Contact Us form below to send us an email.
Monthly meetings are held the 3rd Monday of the month September through June at St. Mary Center (see inset at right for a link to the map). In the spring, the guild holds a retreat at the Bergamo Center for Lifelong Learning. Our currently scheduled programs and workshops are here.
The Dayton Knitting Guild encourages the use of our skills for the benefit of others. Click here to read about our ongoing projects.
We offer free patterns for our community service projects and other items. Click here to browse our pattern list.
Each year, generous companies and individuals donate items for our retreat prizes. You will also find a list of guild officers and committee members here.
A note about our guild icon:
In 2003, Dayton, Ohio celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers first flight. The sculpture at RiverScape in the photo below from the Dayton-Montgomery County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau depicts the Wright Flyer. We used the Wright Flyer as our guild icon because it is identifiably Dayton.