Sept 25: Donna Druchunas

“Finding My Roots Through Knitting” with Donna Druchunas.

Donna Druchunas is obsessed with her family history and the history of knitting. In addition to writing this column about Our Knitting Roots, she is also running a book club for knitters who want learn to appreciate the people, places, and cultures behind the stitches of their knitting projects. She is the author of many knitting books including her newest titles: How to Knit Socks that Fit and Lithuanian Knitting: Continuing Traditions. Donna has taught knitting workshops in the United States, Canada, and Europe and she has five knitting classes on Craftsy.


July 24 Program Night

The July program will be our annual indoor summer picnic. Please bring a dish to share, either a main course or dessert. Tableware, coffee and water will be supplied.

We are also having a yarn swap to help members reduce and/or refill yarn stashes. Simply wrap any unwanted yarn in banded skeins in a plastic bag and label it with your name and the price you are asking.

We will have books and knitting supplies for sale to benefit the Taconic Knitting Program.