Frequently Asked Questions
I have yarn, may I donate it to Seattle Knitters Guild?
You are welome to post on our facebook group SKGPliedTogether to get in touch with our members.
SKG board does not take donations of yarn or related supplies. There are a few options that we endorse, Knit for Life, Seattle Recreative, and Goodwill. Yarn donated to thrift shops will find a good home. Many knitters on tight budgets count on these stores for their knitting materials.
Can anyone attend a guild meeting?
Starting November 2020 we will keep the online meetings to only members. We depend on membership fees to cover our speaker fees and other meeting expenses.
I would like to knit for the homeless (preemies, etc.) Do you know of organizations who accept donations of knitted items?
The list of charity knitting opportunities is long and ever-changing. Some charities have one-time events, others have ongoing drives, sometimes with deadlines. Your best bet is to search online for knitting charities in your area.
I am looking for someone to knit an item/repair a knitted item. Is there someone in the guild who can do that?
The SKG focuses on hobby knitting. Your local yarn store is your best resource for finding a profession knitter or finisher. As of June 2018, the following names were recommended to us by local yarn stores:
Kathleen C. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Custom Knitting and Repairs
Daniel Herrera contact through his website www.knittingasylum.com
Custom Knitting and Finishing:
Keith L. at Knits All Done: www.knitsalldone.com
Finishing and repair:
Bazaar Girls Yarn at email@example.com (Port Townsend)