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Fibernate’s Spring Fiber Farm Market

Mark your calendars! Join us on March 30 for Fibernate's Spring Fiber Farm Market  1-5 pm at the brand new Vienna Community Center:   Check out details and the great list of vendors here: Fibernate List . Come learn about our programs.     Shop for a cause (PK yarn,...

Snack, Sip, Shop & Support

Join us at the Fiber Night Market for a fun, festive evening of knitting, snacking, sipping, and shopping on Wednesday, December 19,  from 6:30 to 8:30, at Next Stop Theater in Herndon, VA.  Thank you to our hosts The Fiberists !    We’ll be there with our Special PK...

#ShareTheWellness on #GivingTuesday

  Have you ever…         Used yarn as therapy?  Knit to de-stress?  Crafted to keep calm?Joined a knitting circle to feel part of a community? Then you have experienced the wellness of knitting.  On November 27, you can #ShareTheWellness and spread the impact Project...

Give the Gift of Giving

Join Project Knitwell at two Alternative Giving Fairs this December, in Takoma Park on December 1 and 9, and in Arlington on December 8.  Shoppers will have the chance to support both Project Knitwell's work in hospital and community settings, and the work of other...

Dine for PK

Dine at Lost Dog Cafe on Columbia Pike on Saturday October 27. Come in anytime between 11 am and 10 pm, mention Project Knitwell, and Lost Dog will generously donate 20% of sales to support ongoing programs at Project Knitwell. Please RSVP to the event HERE. To make...

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After our inaugural blog piece about knitting during Covid-19, I suggested “summer knitting” as a topic because, after all, it is July. However, I didn’t realize we would be weathering a 19-day marathon heat wave of over 90 degrees. I am talking about it being so hot...

Knitting my Way Through Covid

By Diana Solymossy What would I do without my Coronavirus-quarantine-knitting? It’s keeping me sane! I love feeling productive, and the rhythmic click-click-click of knitting is soothing. Some of the first things that I knit were these Coronavirus stress balls. I...

Programs on Hold

On March 13, 2020, Project Knitwell placed a hold on therapeutic knitting sessions in observance of the public health recommendations designed to decrease the spread of coronavirus. We will be contacting our volunteers and partners when this status changes.

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