The Tybout House offers a number of clubs that fiber enthusiasts can join. This is a great way to form a network of acquaintances that are interested in the same craft that you are. For more information you can call the Tybout House at 814-230-9164. You can keep up-to-date on what the clubs are doing by LIKING or FRIENDING us on Facebook. If you are looking for a place for your fiber club to meet, call us.
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Weekly Clubs: Yarn Over Coffee, and Friday Morning Breakfast
Monthly Clubs: Warren County Fiber Artists, KnitLit Book Club, Sisterhood of the Secret Sock Society, Knit One, Sip One, and Spinning Club
Yarn Over Coffee – Project Help Group
Facilitator: Priscilla Breese
Leave Wednesday morning open on your calendar for your cup of coffee and “yarn projects” with fiber friends from 10am to noon at the Tybout House. This a a great time to get advice from experienced fiber artists. Bring a project and coffee is available at the shop for a donation. Come join the fun!!!
Friday Morning Breakfast Club
Bob Evans Facilitator: Barb Tracey
Time: 9:00 AM
This group shares their knitting and crochet projects, they have discussions of new products they are using and more. Come join us for a breakfast and work on your latest project. No reservation is needed, come when you can and as often as you can.
Friday Morning Knitting at the Shop
Shop Facilitator: Rhonda Bish
Time: 10:00 AM to Noon
This group has the same function as the Breakfast Club, but without breakfast.
Warren County Fiber Artists
The WCFA group will meet monthly starting in September through May at the Tybout House the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30. This club has programs throughout the year and sponsors event for the community.
Membership Required: $10 dues will be collected.
Form more information about the club and the monthly meeting topics: Click Here
Claire Sleeman, President
Rhonda Goto-Bish, Vice President
Priscilla Breese, Secretary
Barbara Tracy, Treasurer
2020 KnitLit Book Club
Facilitator: Priscilla Breese
Time: 6:30-8:30 – Feb., Apr., Jun., Aug., Oct., and Dec
Do you enjoy reading and working with fiber? Then, maybe you would be interested in a Book Club that has a theme of knitting, crochet, spinning, etc. The club would meet the third Monday of the Feb., Apr., Jun., Aug., Oct., and Dec. at the Tybout House. We can sit in front of the fireplace, among the fiber and enjoy some time to talk KnitLit.
People wanting to join in the discussion should email Priscilla Breese at email@example.com. Those people attending should read the listed book before they come to the group. Most of the books are available on Amazon in paperback or digital format or, at the public library.
|February 10||Casting Off by Nicole R. Dickson|
|April 20||Knit One, Kill Two (Knitting Mystery, Bk1 by Maggie Sefton|
|June 22||The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club by Gil McNeil|
|August 17||Things I Learned from Knitting (whether I wanted to or not) by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee|
|October 19||Casting Spells by Barbara Bretton|
|December 21||Knit the Season (Knitting Club, Bk 3 by Kate Jacobs|
Sisterhood of the Secret Sock Society
Facilitator: Rhonda Goto-Bish
Time: 6:30-8:30 – The 3rd Thursday of the month
This club will meet on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 at the Tybout House starting in October. Members will work on a variety of patterns with support from the leader.
Knit One, Sip OneClub
Facilitator: Claire Sleeman
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 – The 2nd Thursday of each month
Bring a project and your BYO beverage for an evening of knitting or crocheting with friends and relaxing, with a few laughs thrown in to the mix. The Knit One, Sip One Club meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 at the Tybout House.
Third Thursday Spinners
Facilitator: Barb Tracey
Time: 10AM to Noon – 3rd Thursday of each month
The Third Thursday Spinners meets from 10am to 12pm the third Thursday of each month starting in October at the Tybout House. Bring your wheel or drop spindle and have a “spin of a good time”. Roving is available for purchase.