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Yorkshire group

For KAS knitters who live in Yorkshire, or are exiles in some other part of the world, but who count Yorkshire as home.

Website: http://knit-a-square.com/group/Yorkshire
Members: 16
Latest Activity: Sep 15

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Yorkshire Landmarks

Started by marion m Sep 15. 0 Replies

Unusual places to knit -Yesterday I spent a WHOLE DAY knitting (a square and a beanie) at the Hardraw Scar Brass Band Contest. A whole day sitting outside in the wonderful Yorkshire Dales listening…Continue

Tags: Bands, Brass, Dales, Yorkhire, Knitting

Autumn projects

Started by marion m Aug 25. 0 Replies

Nights are drawing in, less time for gardening, and more for knitting.  Are you Yorkshire knitters making  squares ? A neighbour has just donated an enormous bag full of yarn, so I am busy making…Continue

Tags: postage, squares, autumn

Welcome new Yorkshire members

Started by marion m May 2. 0 Replies

Oh welcome new Yorkshire members,good to know that there are more KAS knitters who love or live in Yorkshire. Do share some photos of your squares, Don't be modest ! This is such a creative thing to…Continue

Where do you knit ?

Started by marion m. Last reply by Stephie Simpson Mar 20. 3 Replies

If you are a Yorkshire knitter, do join this group and share your projects whether for KAS or yourself.And Where do you knit ?I am known locally as the lady who knits on the bus .... and it leads to…Continue

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Comment by Kate Scott on September 3, 2014 at 12:27am

Thank you for the welcome :-) Most of my yarns have come from Texere at Bradford. I'm using up my pinks at the moment for these squares as I never seem to use pink!

Comment by Susan wakefield on September 2, 2014 at 6:52pm

i think Boyes is great for yarn too Heather lots of choice and reasonable prices, i went yesterday to get some yarn for the September challenge . 

Comment by Heather Mensah on September 2, 2014 at 8:38am

I joined the group last year but haven't posted much since. 

I get most of my yarn from Boyes in York. The manageress is very kind and saves all the old, unlabelled yarns for me instead of throwing them away. 

Comment by marion m on September 2, 2014 at 2:41am

Welcome Susan and Heather, thank you for joining. So which are your favourite places to shop for yarn ?  Like Susan, I also am addicted, and do some knitting every day. For my own garments I shop at Knit Owl in Richmond, but for KAS various people donate yarn to me (so kind). And you are so lucky Heather to live in York. My MOST favourite city in the world.

Comment by Susan wakefield on September 2, 2014 at 2:17am

 Hello to the Yorkshire group ! i have just joined my name is Sue and i live in Hull . I have been knitting for KAS May and have sent two parcels up to now and am currently knitting away towards my next parcel i just love knitting with a purpose and since i joined have become addicted ! i knit squares and teddies and just love the thought that my enjoyment benefits the children they go to 

Comment by Heather Mensah on September 2, 2014 at 2:07am

Hello to all new(ish) Yorkshire members! I'm in the beautiful city of York and knit/crochet for KAS in any moment I get! As well as that, my husband and I run the York City Gospel Choir - so look out for us in and around Yorkshire! 

Comment by marion m on September 1, 2014 at 10:16pm

Welcome Evelyn and Kate, glad that you ahve found the Yorkshire Group, which is fairly new, do spread the word amongst any knitters with Yorkshire connections. I knit in Richmond and am about to send off another package of Squares to KAS. Although I have other projects to get on with, it is just too addictive to do another square ....

Comment by EVELYN kilvington on September 1, 2014 at 9:20pm

Hi Heather Mensah,still busy I see.

Comment by EVELYN kilvington on September 1, 2014 at 9:18pm

Although I have been working for KaS  for over four years I do not get on the website often,so the Yorkshire group is new, yay.

Comment by Kate Scott on August 30, 2014 at 2:32am

Hello, new member here from Knaresborough, I'm onto square number 2 and so happy to be a part of this :-)

 
 
 

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