I don't know whether it's the rush to turn out more and more knitting books and patterns to meet current demand, or a shortage of good editors; but I do know that mistakes in patterns are epidemic. As a designer, I understand how hard it is to write an error-free pattern. Other designers have told me how they are plagued with those little mistakes that slip through the cracks - either caused by their own "oops" moments or by publisher errors.
Posted in News by Shelly Thacker Meinhardt on Dec 31st, 2004
MKG Cable Gram - Volume 20, Number 4
Our state is graced with an extraordinary number of fine yarn shops - and in this new Cable Gram column, we plan to give you an exclusive, inside peek at every one of them. We’ll find out what makes each shop special and why MKG members might want to visit. We’ve decided to tackle this task geographically: In each issue, we’ll tour the shops of a specific region. So grab a map, hop in the car and join us on A Knitter’s Tour. We begin our travels in the Twin Cities, visiting "South of the River" yarn shops.
We’d like your help! The Guild wants to meet and exceed your expectations as a member, and the MKG Board also wants to provide the leadership you need. Please take this opportunity to give us feedback on "how we are doing" to help us on the road to ensuring excellence.
MINNESOTA KNIT-OUT WEEK 2004 will begin on October 3rd at the Ridgedale Mall in Minnetonka, MN and end on October 9th at the Miller Hill Mall in Duluth, MN. The distance between these two malls is 170 miles (according to Map Quest). In terms that a knitter would understand, this is equal to 299,200 yards (1 mile= 1,760 yards) or 1,670 skeins of Lamb's Pride worsted weight yarn (190 yards/skein) from the Brown Sheep Company.
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.