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Next meeting: May 19 at 4:00

Please join us for our next meeting on Wednesday, May 19, at 4:00 PM, at Harlow Platts Park by Viele Lake in South Boulder. Bring a chair and stay and knit for a bit (weather permitting). We will be knitting a hat and vest set, a Roxana pattern that we have done before. You will need:

Worsted weight yarn:

Color A: 200 yards 

Color B: 200 yards

(Color B can be oddballs of yarn to total 200 yards)

16 inch circular needles in US 7 or 8 for the hat

16 or 24 inch circular needles in US 7 or 8 for the vest

A generous member of our group is taking a break from knitting and has donated a box of yarn, needles and accessories. Everything is high quality, and there's lots of wool for mittens. I'll bring it to the meeting. Thank you, Denise! 


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