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Need Catchy Names for "Knit Clubs"
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Aug 4, 2011 08:47:40   #
ghosking
 
Hi All:

We are expanding our knit clubs all over town, and need to come up with some "catchy" names.....any and all ideas will be appreciated and considered :) THANKS
 
Aug 4, 2011 09:34:08   #
Leonora
 
Knit n Knatter Club; Niffty Knitters; The Quick Knit Club; Purls of Wisdom; Crafty Knitters, that's all I can think of just now. Leonora.
Aug 4, 2011 10:20:53   #
ghosking
 
They are great to start with :) Thank you hun
Aug 4, 2011 11:34:23   #
Homeshppr
 
Needle Nuts
Knittie Bitties
Stitches Witches
Stash Busters
Wooly Wonders or Wooly Women
Sock Rockers
Kneedle Knockers
Cable Mabels
Garter Grannies
Knitten Kittens

Cast-Ons
Row Counters
Stitch Makers
Flying Needles
Aug 4, 2011 11:47:31   #
Leonora
 
You're evry welcome. Leonora.
ghosking wrote:
They are great to start with :) Thank you hun
Aug 4, 2011 13:02:12   #
RookieRetiree (a regular here)
 
How about Twisted Stitchers? Purls of Wisdom? Cable Grams?
 
Aug 4, 2011 13:34:02   #
knittykitty
 
How about

Slipped Stitches

Knit 2gether

Purls Will Knit
Aug 5, 2011 06:03:50   #
MarciaV
 
I belong to one called "Knit Wits"
Aug 5, 2011 07:08:17   #
pfallon44
 
How about Knit Wits?
Aug 5, 2011 07:09:32   #
maried
 
Knit Wits; Knit & Bitch, Knitting Corner, String of Purls.
My contribution, Marie
Aug 5, 2011 07:11:29   #
Sheila_T
 
If there are only women, an idea is 'Chicks With Sticks'. I love the other ideas added as well.

Sheila
 
Aug 5, 2011 07:13:34   #
jbagnall
 
knit wits, natter and knit. purls of wisdom :lol:
Aug 5, 2011 07:17:10   #
GGailS
 
Hi - hope you are in the Toronto - East York area re the Knitting classes.
Catchy names:
K1P2
Needlewear
Pick-up Stitches
Knitting Bee
The House of Wool (or Knitters)
Stitching (not stitches as this is a brand name)
Ewe Can Knit
Stasher's Circle (or Club)
Aug 5, 2011 08:01:22   #
dolores angleton
 
We call our the" Walnut street needle nuts "
also located on Walnut street in town.
Aug 5, 2011 09:00:51   #
Homeshppr
 
knittykitty wrote:
How about

Slipped Stitches

Knit 2gether

Purls Will Knit



Aww....Knit 2gether makes me smile :wink: Good one.
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