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2nd Wednesday SCV Knitting Meetup

We will be trying two potential locations this month for our new second Wednesday location. This is the closest to Willow Glen that we have found so far. There is a public parking lot to the east as well as street parking. They offer pastries, sandwiches and gelato.

We start around 7pm, break around 8pm for introductions and "show us your Finished Objects", and generally wrap up around 9pm... though the coffee shop welcomes us to stay until their 10:30 pm closing time. We hope to see you there!

Since we have a 5th Wednesday this month, we are investigating another location we can try as well before settling on our new 2nd Wednesday location. (If you have any other ideas for our new second Wednesday location, it's not too late to send them. We are trying to stay closer to the Willow Glen area, but need a place that is open until at least 9 and can seat 10-15 in a group. Unfortunately, the Willow Glen Starbucks is too small, and I understand the Pete's is as well.)


WHO ARE WE: SCV Knitting Meetup is a loosely organized group of knitters who meet around the valley on Wednesday nights to stitch together. New knitters, new members, knitters of all ages, abilities, and inclinations are welcome.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm not feeling well so I won't be coming tonight. Buffy I still have your needles and I will bring them with me next week. Thanks!!

    January 9, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    This is my first time trying to learn how to knit. Any suggestions on what I should buy to start learning? Thank you!

    January 1, 2013

    • Buffy J.

      Go buy some light colored yarn (or at least not black/navy blue) in a worsted or bulky weight (or size "4" or "5"). Buy something you like! Look on the label of the yarn, and it will give you a suggested needle size (or range). Buy some needles in that size (wood is a little easier, but plastic is ok for starting). Scissors are useful too. If you don't want to buy anything yet, I'll have some yarn & knitting needles you can use. I look forward to meeting you!

      January 2, 2013

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