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Our members are always producing quality pieces of knitting. Until we have the opportunity to print photos of them in colour in Knit Together, we are providing this page to showcase the work of our members.

Submit your items by e-mailing a photo scanned at 100 dpi resolution or lower in .jpg file format to Canadian Guild of Knitters with the subject "Members' Gallery".

This page is a place for our members to display their work, however, in every issue of Knit Together, we do yarn reviews, which come with black and white photos. We thought it would be good to make colour photographs of the yarn samples available. Scroll down or click on yarn samples to see colour photos of our review samples.


Here is the colour photo of the Hummingbird Garden Vest, designed by Leanne Dyck of Olavia's on Mayne Island, British Columbia.

Marg Salter of Barrie, Ontario created the coats for these two pugs. Photo provided by M. Salter.

This is the adult version of Pythagora's Poncho, the project in the November 2004 issue of Knit Together. Cynthia knitted this full-size project from Patons Shetland Style Chunky yarn, and is modelling it with Zoey, who is wearing a matching coat made from the leftover yarn. Photo: T. Beemer-Cleemo.

At right is the "Carnival Coat" from Cabin Fever's Top Down for Toddlers book. This bold version of the jacket and matching hat were knitted from Patons Astra. Knitted and photographed by C. MacDougall.

In October, 2005, members of Halton Hands in Motion participated in a "Knit for the Cure" event at Georgetown Yarn and Crafts in Ontario. Over $5,000 was raised for Breast Cancer research!

Canadian Guild of Knitters'  knitting bags are available exclusively to our members.

RJ Smith of Picton, Ontario is a 'free form' knitter.  He created this triangular afghan without a pattern.

Dorothy Wood, of Salmon Arm, BC used Noro Silk Garden yarn to make her version of the Pieces sweater from the August 2004 issue of Knit Together.  Dorothy likes the pattern so much, she plans to make it again.

The pattern can be obtained from the designer, Leanne Dyck of Olavia's Hand Knitting Patterns, Members can order the August 2004 issue of Knit Together from Canadian Guild of Knitters."

Since Dorothy made this piece, she has unravelled it and made another sweater from it!

The Montreal Knitting Guild met at the Old Port to celebrate Knit Out 2004.

Full details in the November issue of Knit Together.

Photo: N. Fenton

These are some of the items that were on display at the Knit Out event held in Barrie Ontario on August 25, 2004.

Photo: C. MacDougall

Members of the Barrie Knitting Guild participate at Knit Out on Kempenfelt Bay on August 25.

Photo: C. MacDougall

Here are 2 photos of the completed IMAGINE MUSKOKA handknitted quilt.

This project was worked on by knitters in Ontario’s cottage country over the past year. Each square as designed and knit to show a picturesque scene in Muskoka. It was displayed during August at Muskoka Yarn Connection in Bracebridge, then donated to our local hospital for a draw. Some of the designs are in 3D! Pictured with the quilt is Michele Meadows of Muskoka Yarn Connection.

Photo: T. Chambers

Shi Tzu Old Shale Scarf
This scarf was hand spun and hand knitted by Eleanor Anderson of Collingwood, Ontario. The fibre content is 40% dog fur from a Shi Tzu, 50% Merino wool, and 10% silk, approximately. Thanks to sampling, Eleanor only had about two yards of yarn left over at the end of the project.

Jurate Gertzbein stands on a knoll steps from her house in Iqaluit, Nunavut. The cape she is wearing is her own design. The striping was inspired by the rock formations found near her home. Read about Jurate in the May 2004 issue of Knit Together.

Canadian Designer Ruth Humphreys of North Saanich, BC in her DNA sweater.

Celeste Culpepper of Nelson, BC
pays homage to the Knitting Goddess with an Alice Starmore-designed sweater and a matching hat that is Celeste’s own creation, based on the sweater pattern.

The Shadow Sheep:
Mabel Corlett displays one of her latest designs; a vest knitted in the shadow knitting technique.

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This is the "Too Cool Halter" featured in the sold-out May, 2003 issue of Knit Together.

The pattern can be obtained from the designer, Leanne Dyck of Olavia’s Hand Knitting Patterns, The sample in the photo was knitted in Paton’s Stonewash ribbon yarn by C. MacDougall, and it is modeled by N. Stewart.
Photo: C. MacDougall

The jacket in this photo is the Mohair Kimono Jacket, designed and modelled by Ruth Humphreys of Long View Designs in British Columbia.

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Photo: S. Stoneman

Barbara Geerkins made (and models) a vest inspired by Horst Shultz' book Patchwork Knitting.

It is knitted of worsted weight yarns from Filatura and Briggs & Little, with some red merino.

Photo by F. Geerkins

Featured Yarns

This is a photo of ultra-soft Patons Carmen, reviewed in the August issue.

Patons Pooch, featured in the August issue of Knit Together, is a thick, warm yarn, that contains 27 percent wool.

Louet Sales’ Euroflax Linen in Willow, featured in the May 2005 issue of Knit Together

Silk Boucle from Makalu Yarns, shown in Natural (May 2005 Knit Together)

Sweaterkits’ Merino/Alpaca yarn in the May 2005 issue of Knit Together. The colour is Blue 08.

Bernat’s Candyland in the Rainbowbrite colourway, featured in the November, 2004 issue of Knit Together.

Paton’s Brilliant, in colour 3023 (Pink and Silver), August 2004 Knit Together

Soy Silk ® knitted in natural, May 2004 Knit Together

Shelridge Farm’s Soft Touch Ultra fingering/sock yarn in goldenrod, May 2004 Knit Together.



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