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Next Guild Meeting: 16 December, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Virtual Meeting Via Zoom
December Meeting Speaker: Amy Singer of
Amy Singer from will be at our December meeting presenting a fashion show of member projects using patterns from Knitty. This meeting is all about member participation and FUN! Amy will moderate and we will model our garments. Prepare to be entertained with stories and anecdotes throughout the show.  
Click here to access the December Meeting!
October Meeting Recap
The November Meeting was a lovely cozy chat with Fiona Stevenson, Knitwear Designer and Rose Tinapay, Indie Dyer of Akara Yarns. 

Rose and Fiona shared about their friendship and how it interweaves with their work as yarn dyer and knitwear designer, respectively. Despite some technical issues, they soldiered on and gave a behind the scenes look at the development of some fantastic patterns for local fauna, like the beaver and owl knitting patterns. 
Meet your new TKG Board!
Your 2020/21 TKG Board was announced at the AGM in October. We are looking forward to this year together, and here for members like you. Don't hesitate to get in touch.
President: Tammy Elliott
Vice President/Newsletter Editor: Ali Moenck
Treasurer: Sara Joyce
Secretary: Cathy Briant
Past-President: Carol Mather Miles
Registrar: Carol Mather Miles, Acting
Program Coordinator: Cheryl De Ville
Partnerships Liaison: Margaret Bryant
Social Media Coordinator: Simone Sherriff
Content Coordinator: Hannah Phoenix
Webmaster: Vivian Goffart, Ex-officio
Video Editor Needed: Can you help out? 

Cheryl De Ville, TKG Program Coordinator, is looking for someone who can edit the video of the Zoom recording of the monthly meeting and upload that file to the TKG YouTube channel every month. For someone with video editing experience this would be maximum 1 hour of work per month. 

If you're able to help, please contact Cheryl at 

Introducing - our new Member Spotlight series!

Let’s take some time to get to know each other during this time apart, and celebrate each other’s unique making histories. If you are interested in being featured in this series, or if you would like to nominate a fellow Member, please send an email to with the subject line 'Member Spotlight'.

For the first in this new series, we are pleased to showcase longtime Member Ramona Ng:

What’s the first thing you ever knitted/crocheted?

I made the Gaptastic cowl (free pattern on Ravelry) out of some inexpensive yarn from Michaels that was not at all a good substitution for . . .  click here to read the complete post.

Call to Members: Spin Us A Yarn

During this time of separation, we would like to hear from YOU and stay connected with each other as Guild members.

Do you have a yarn-related story to share, perhaps about a particularly memorable year at Rhinebeck, or about a special friendship formed through knitting? A favourite technique you think other Members should know about, or a hilarious knitting disaster story? Please submit your stories in 300 words or less to with the subject line Spin Us a Yarn.

The first post in now live on our members-only hub, by Content Coordinator Hannah Phoenix:

"Tammy White is a shepherdess, natural dyer, farmer, and all around Excellent Human Being, as well as the owner of Wing and a Prayer Farm in Shaftsbury, Vermont. Each year she also runs the New England Fiber Arts Summit, which I was lucky enough to attend at the end of August, 2019." Keep reading at this link. 

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