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Guild Meeting
Show and Tell Projects, September 2017
September 27, 2017

Lots of beautiful knitting and crochet appeared at the September meeting. First, Monica showed her Heart on Your Sleeve cardigan by Fiona Ellis, with cable panels on the front, back and sleeves. She used Malabrigo yarn. She also showed us […]

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Show and Tell Projects, July 2017
July 26, 2017

Common Cod members were spinning, knitting, and sewing! Sheeri (sheeri) showed us skeins she spun for Tour de Fleece: first Woodsmoke,  318 yards of 4-ply Port Fiber 50/50 yak/silk: Second, Field of Dreams, a 536 yards of 12 wpi Shetland […]

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Show and Tell Projects, May 2017
May 24, 2017

Members shared three projects at the May meeting. First, Sheeri shared her Faster Than Light socks, designed by Mona McLeod, made from Plymouth Neon. Sheeri knit them with the 8 Feet Knit-a-long. Second, Margery showed her Falling Leaves project: she’s […]

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Show and Tell Projects, March 2017
March 22, 2017

Along with Alasdair’s excellent talk, members shared projects at March’s meeting.   Sheeri showed us her Baby Venus by Lucy Neatby, made with Dark Side yarn and Kate Bachus’s rainbow gradient, being modeled by her 1-year-old son.   Mary showed […]

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March Onward!
February 15, 2017

Hey Fiber Folks! We hope you weathered the recent storm with copious amounts of yarn and minimal shoveling! Things have been very busy for Common Cod Fiber Guild. Thanks to Sheeri, our Prezknit, and Alasdair, one of our founders and […]

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FiberCamp
New Rooms and FiberCamp Cancellation
February 3, 2017

In the past few years, MIT has been tightening up their room reservation system. It used to be that it was easy to reserve rooms not in the same department. That has been getting increasingly and increasingly difficult, with more […]

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September Meeting: Elaine O’Donal
September 25, 2016

September brought us the start of another amazing season of fiber learning! We welcomed Elaine O’Donal, or as we’ve been affectionately calling her “Elaine the Tatting Lady” for a lecture and a weekend of classes. Look forward to another post […]

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