September 2019 Program: Hats in a New Direction

Do you knit hats? Do you get tired of knitting them around and around and around? Did you ever wonder if there is another fun way to knit hats and have them be stunning and different? Yes, there is!

We will again watch a Fruity Knitting podcast interview and this time it will be Wooly Wormhead. Wooly knits only hats and has been a leader in developing new ways of knitting hats. She will talk about her process for design, head and face shapes, finding a hat shape that looks good on you, hat knitting techniques and types of yarn to use.

In addition, we will be able to examine Wooly’s types of hats up close. This is a program that is very appropriate to lead us into holiday knitting and to determine if the knitting style appeals to you.

Note: We will also have the book exchange at this meeting. Please bring no more than 10 books to sell, proceeds to the Knitting Guild.

Prices – Paperbacks: $.50, Hardcover – $1.00, Magazines and patterns – $.50,

Knitting Books – as marked

Leftovers will be donated to the Capitola Library store in the Mall.

Dates and Locations:

The NIGHT MEETING will be on Tuesday evening, September 10, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Fireside Room at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, 2500 Soquel Ave. (Dinner beforehand for those who wish at Jeffery’s on Soquel.)

The DAY MEETING will be on Thursday, September 19, from 10:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at Vintage Faith Church (aka The Abbey), the large brick church at the corner of Mission and Highland. From Highway 1 North, Highland is the first right after the light at the top of the hill where Highway 1 merges into Mission Street.  Parking lot is the first right turn off Highland. From Highway 1 (Mission Street) South, turn left at the light on Walnut to Escalona.  Turn right on Escalona to its end at Highland. Parking lot is across Highland.  Enter through the Office; our meeting is straight ahead in The Fireside Room. (Lunch afterwards for those who wish at Zachary’s downtown on Pacific Avenue.)

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