The Travel, Trips and Retreats Committee has planned another event for MKG members! Come and join us from March 18-20 for a weekend of knitting in a cozy lodge atmosphere just north of Brainerd at beautiful Knutson Point Retreat Center!
The retreat runs from Friday evening, March 18, through Sunday morning on March 20. The schedule (what schedule?!) is as action-packed or action-free as you want it to be. There will, of course, be knitting, eating, and sleeping.
The cost is $130 and includes lodging and 5 meals.
Download and print out the PDF of the registration form, which is available below.
Complete the registration form and make out a check.
Mail the completed form and a check for the complete amount to the address on the form via US mail.
Your registration, with payment, must be postmarked before January 6, 2011. Any registrations postmarked after these dates will be processed only if there are still spaces available.
Once you're signed up for the event, you'll receive an email with a map and all the details about the weekend.
The Travel, Trips and Retreats Committee has planned another event for MKG members! Come and join us March 18-20 for a weekend of knitting in a cozy lodge just north of Brainerd at beautiful Knutson Point Retreat Center!
SAVE THESE DATES! Surface Design Association and Textile Center present CONFLUENCE INTERNATIONAL SURFACE DESIGN ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE Minneapolis - St. Paul, Minnesota, USA Key Conference Dates: Pre-conference workshops: June 4 - 8 Exhibition Day: Thursday, June 9 Conference Sessions: Thurs, June 9 - Sun, June 12 Post-conference workshops: June 13 - 17
Every year Textile Center has the privilege of awarding members of our textile community the Spun Gold Award for a lifetime of dedication to the textile arts. The Textile Center Board of Directors would like to ask for your help in identifying those who you believe are deserving of such an award.
Spun Gold Awardees will be selected by the following criteria: 1. Years of experience 2. Innovation 3. Contribution to the greater community 4. Recognition by peers 5. Preeminence 6. Excellence in the field
Where will you find alpaca, wool, angora, mohair and silk; fiber, yarn, clothing and gifts this weekend?
Try the Upper Midwest Alpacas 2010 Fall Fiber Festival this Saturday, November 6, from 9 to 4 at the Eisenhower Community Center, 1001 Highway 7 in Hopkins.
This is a great opportunity to buy locally produced fiber treats directly from producers in Minnesota and surrounding states. Many of these yarns and fibers are not carried by our local yarn stores, so this is one of the few chances to see, touch, and buy them.
In addition to all the great fiber, there will be clinics, demos, and classes on knitting, crocheting, spinnning, weaving, and felting. If you already spin, you can join the spinning circle.
One of the great things about living in Minnesota is that our locally produced fiber is gorgeous, high quality stuff. If you're thinking of making a one-of-a-kind gift for someone here in Minnesota or far away, why not start with yarn and fibers available nowhere else?
Come on out to the Fiber Festival! Bring your knitting!
Get the most out of your love of knitting! Membership benefits include pre-registration for Yarnover, a subscription to our quarterly Cable Gram, organized public service projects and camaraderie with fellow knitters. Annual dues are $30.