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Serendipity Spinners will be spinning at Emma Prusch Park on March 16, 2019. We start gathering after 10 with a goal of being set up around 11. We have a short business meeting around 11:30 then Show & Tell. The afternoon is spend socializing, sharing fiber related tips, and demonstrating for whoever stops by. We generally disperse some time between 3 and 4.

Join us or stop by and say hello. We meet on the grass near the children’s play area. It’s a beautiful place to meet with chickens and peacocks wandering around the grounds. We welcome spinners who just want to drop in and spin, as well as members of the public that walk by and are curious about spinning.


Meeting Notes – February 2019

We had a very small group today due to the rainy weather. We were fortunate enough to get an indoor location for the meeting. The Treasurer gave her report and then we had a brief show-and-tell. Carol brought her spinning wheel while Aviva and Laura brought knitting to work on. Patti was crocheting coasters and Kelly was finger-picking alpaca.

Upcoming Stitches was discussed as well as Hidden Villa in April. Kelly will be the “coordinator” for Serendipity at Hidden Villa. Ideas for demos were talked about. Also a very basic flyer was made to have at demos for those who are interested in spinning and the guild.

Meeting Notes – December 2018

We had our annual holiday pot luck this month. It was a good turnout with plenty of yummy food and fun gift exchange. Patti told us about Bethlehem and their record number of visitors! We had show and tell and collected our annual dues. We discussed making up fliers for spinning demos to give out to those that are interested.

Meeting Notes – October 2018

We had a small but pleasant gathering this month with very nice weather. The Lambtown Sheep To Shawl contest earlier this month was discussed. Sounds like it was a good time had by all!

Cookie shares her project containers made from water bottles.

Ginger showed off her lap afghan made from crochet and cross stitch.

Kelly shared her pumpkin made from woven fabric from her hand spun with wet felted leaves.

Meeting Notes – August 2018

We had a nice turn out this hot summer day.  We were able to keep cool under the shade of the trees with a slight breeze.

Our discussions included the upcoming Wool Auction at the Monterey County Fair on September 3rd; Spinning demos at Antique Autos at History Park in San Jose on September 23rd; Lambtown at Dixon and the Sheep to Shawl contest October 6 & 7.

Our meeting under the trees

Cookie shared her Mini EEL electric spinning wheel from Dreaming Robots.

Yarn from Scotland

Mule fiber from Bunloit Woolery, Scotland

A sample of hand spun woven fabric to be turned into a holiday garment.

Woven straps

Meeting Notes – June 2018

This month’s meeting was met with high winds and cooler than expected temperatures! Upcoming Sheep To Shawl for Convergence – Reno in July and at Dixon in October was discussed. Several bags of free alpaca fiber from a farm in San Martin were also brought to the meeting.

One of our members shared her WIP of 2-at-a-time socks.

A lovely collection of knitted fingerless mitts.

One of the local chickens found our bags of alpaca fascinating and stayed there for quite some time.