MIT Stata Center, 7pm
32 Vassar St room 141, Cambridge, MA 02139
An attorney becomes a knitting designer and hand dyer. In some circles, this may not be a completely typical life path, but in the land of yarn and fiber, this is evolution at its finest.
The Guild welcomes the excogitable Carol Sulcoski, who spent her summer cranking out another great new book. We can’t wait to hear about her latest adventures.
Have you perused Sock Yarn Studio, Knitting Socks With Handpainted Yarns or Knit So Fine? Then you have seen her appreciation for fine lines. Perhaps you’ve seen her designs or articles in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, KnitSimple, KnitScene, and Yarn Market News? Here’s where you can get a glimpse of the luscious things that come off her needles. Carol founded Black Bunny Fibers an indie yarn and fiber dyeing business, and rolls around the country, teaching classes.
What a great way to launch our sixth year of programming! Doors open at 6:30 in MIT’s Stata Center, 32 Vassar St, Cambridge, MA. Gina and her crew will be ready to accept membership dues, if you don’t have a chance to sign up before the meeting. Not a member yet? No problem! Guests are always welcome at $5 per meeting.
Want to help spread the word about upcoming meetings? Thank you! We have 201314_CCFG_Program_pc flyers to share and print.