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15 Meetup Groups match “Yarn” near Arlington, VA
A warm and friendly knit and crochet group in Upper Marlboro, MD. Our meetings are held at the Alpaca Yarn & Fiber Shop at Pax River Alpacas, a working alpaca farm. Anyone who is friendly, likes to socialize and loves to knit and/or crochet in a country setting is welcome to join. Our meetings always begin with a visit with our alpacas. You can feed them, pet them, have your picture taken with them, or just enjoy watching them. Other knit/crochet groups are invited to hold a meet up at ou …
This group meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:30 pm at Parnea Bread in Waldorf, MD. I may try to do a meetup on Saturday morning at Parnea in the near future, If I see a need for one. Meet fellow Crocheters and Knitters near you to share patterns, tips, and techniques! Come to a local Crochet/Knitting Meetup to work on your projects and share tips on crocheting and knitting. Get your yarn together and come have fun! Anyone who likes to needlepoint or bead is more than welcome to co …
This is a new group for people in their 20's and 30's who want to get together to knit, meet new people, and have fun whether you're an experience knitter or crocheter or a beginnner. Knitting has become trendy and more popular in the past few years and for good reasons - it's relaxing, challenging, and fun. While it's an individual activity, it is much more enjoyable to do among other people. We'll try and meet up once a week or once every other week in the DC Metro area and will try to change …
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Want to learn how to knit, crochet or sew better? Interested in making new friends and be a part of a real Stitch N Bitch community? Me too! Meet, mingle and trade yarns with local knitters--come to a Meetup and have fun comparing patterns, sharing techniques and trading tips on stitches, sweaters and hats, etc. Whether you knit, crochet or sew, you're welcome!
We are a group of adults of all ages and skill levels who love to knit, crochet, and socialize. We plan to meet once a week for a knitting group. We will also have additional trips to yarn shops, classes, festivals, and other fiber events. We meet on Thursday evenings at Wegman's in Fairfax. We welcome new members! You do not need to RSVP, just drop in and join us.
This is a group designed to get knitters and crocheters together at least once during the month and share our projects and skill set. Beginner and Advanced needle workers are welcome. I am pretty good at crocheting and welcome anyone who wants to help with the knitting aspect of the group.
This group started on a Wednesday night way back in October 2006 and we used to meeting in a locations called Border's Bookstore in Columbia (now Books-A-Million). Wednesday night attendance grew and grew till Borders just could not hold us any more and we moved to Panera's Bread. Shortly after the move the Saturday group was created for those that could not join us on Wednesday nights. Then Tuesday morning's were added to the calendar and Friday afternoon's were added in the Fall of 2012. Ever …
We meet every Thursday evening at the La Madeline Restaurant at the Mid-Pike Plaza on Rockville Pike to share knitting and crochet advice projects, new patterns, yarn, show-and-tell our WIP's (works-in-progress) and FO's (finished objects), and talk about just anything. Feel free to bring other needlecraft projects, too, and don't let problem projects keep you away. Bring them too - there is always help to be found at our meetings.
A group of friendly knitters and crocheters who meet on H ST in NE DC. We are happy to give advice and pointers, but it's best if you know the basics and bring your own project. Attendance is small, so please check the website to make sure the meetup is still scheduled. If fewer than three people have RSVP'd 24-hours before the meetup, it will be cancelled. I don't want anyone left all alone.
Heart to Hand's mission is to donate hand knitted and crocheted items to organizations who service those in need. We are a volunteers. No money will be collected and items will not be sold. Information about specific organizations/charities that need these items will be given out at each meetup. If you know of an organization who also needs donated items, please let me know. There is a need for all kinds of items including baby blankets, chemo hats, blankets for sheltered animals. In addition, …
This group meets to spend time knitting and crocheting at the Walter Reed Community Center. This is not an instructional group. Bring your current project and meet your Arlington neighbors.The address of the Walter Reed Community Center is 2909 16th Street South, Arlington, VA 22204. It is located near 16th Street South and South Walter Reed Drive, just south of Columbia Pike and South Walter Reed Drive. The group meets in a multi-purpose room. The person at the front desk can direct you. Time: …
Looking for a knitting/crocheting/needlework group in or near Falls Church City, accessible by public transportation? Me too! So I decided to start one. We'll begin by meeting at the Panera at 450 West Broad Street in Falls Church City, on Sunday afternoons from 3pm to 5pm, and can talk about changing the location and/or day/time as we go. First meetup will be 3/24/13. All skill levels/flavors of yarn or needlework welcome! Hope to see you there!
Inn Stitches at Peralynna offers a tranquil setting for the enjoyment of all your favorite fiber arts - knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving, embroidery, and more. Relax and rewind in the beautiful Columbia Inn at Peralynna. Inn Stitches provides an encouraging and supportive atmosphere. Instructors from a wide range of fiber disciplines present retreat-like workshops. Regularly scheduled physical wellness seminars are targeted specifically to hand crafters needs. Please note that in consider …
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This is a group for anyone interested in learning how to design knit wear. My recent travel to New York to study for a Knit Certification Program sponsored by the Craft Yarn Council has inspired this new Meetup Member to start this group. My instructor from the Fashion Institute of Technology will be willing to teach the classes. The classes would be taught on a weekend schedule monthly over a two or three month time period. However, the specific class scheduling is not finalized. I'm looking f …
Spindles & Wheels is a group for handspinners. Wheel, drop spindle, supported spindle, e-spinner - it doesn't matter. Come join us and share your love of the fiber, your triumphs, and your tangles. With both day and evening "spins", there's a time for every schedule.
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