The Mid-Michigan Knitters Guild is a group of fiber enthusiasts who love getting together to talk about our adventures with fiber and improve our skills. 

We meet on the third Tuesday of the month from September through May at the Haslett School Administration building on Franklin Street - please see Meeting Locations for more information. Other Tuesdays we meet at the home of a member for dinner, laughs and a little knitting - please see Calendar for more information.

We welcome everyone to join us for our next meeting.  Just drop by!  So take some time to learn about us here. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Recent Announcements

  • February 19, 2019 Meeting Topic History of Knitting – Into the 21st Century with Meg Croft, Woven ArtOne of our best-loved speakers returns with the final installment. This session is not to be missed!   Charity: Cat mats
    Posted Feb 19, 2019, 2:54 PM by Kate Wilcox-Leigh
  • Yarn in the Making - Carol Densmore Our next program is Yarn in the Making by Carol Densmore of Cross Wind Farm, LLC. www.crosswindfarm.comCarol Densmore’s passion of farm yarns began when the first small flock of sheep started to graze the pastures at Cross Wind Farm. The fiber animals, farm chores, new lambs, shearing, and selective breeding involved with the production of these yarns are a grass roots fiber story. Carol will bring a wide variety of samples at each stage of the yarn making process. This presentation will take you through yarn making from pasture to purl stitch.
    Posted Feb 13, 2018, 5:14 PM by Kate Wilcox-Leigh
  • Updated Charity Projects for 2017/2018 meeting year. KNITTING FOR CHARITY Catherine Hula/June Raad   Local Charities that MMKG members can knit for: Sparrow Hospital will accept:                 Hats for Chemo patients (all ages and sizes, very soft and washable)                 Baby items (extra small preemie to newborn, soft and washable- no embellishments, please)                 Warm hats/mittens/gloves/scarves for Emergency Room patients needing warm clothes   Haslett Public Schools will accept:                 Hats (mittens) for children in Pre-School, Elementary, and Middle School (whatever size/material/color/design you wish, washable is preferred - please label anything that cannot be machine washed).  We make these in return for the use of the meeting space at the Haslett                 Administration Building.   Sticks and Strings will accept:                 Lap robes for Hospice (washable/adult size, crocheted ...
    Posted Sep 17, 2017, 6:04 AM by Kate Wilcox-Leigh
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Current Officers

President: Elizabeth B.

VP/Programs: Rita B.

Secretary: Pam R.

Treasurer: Mary J. 

Hospitality & Door Prizes: Rita B.

Newsletter: Irene A.

Knitting for Others: June R. & Catherine H.