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The Knit at Night Guild was formed in August 1996 by Denise Winter and Jane Sheppard. The guild was designed to accommodate knitters who work during the day and rapidly grew to 90+ members from the Greater Houston area and beyond.  Our membership now numbers over 250.

There are currently six chapters including KANG which meets in the Galleria area, Knitters North of Town (KNOT), KNOW which meets in the Katy area, Chix with Sticks which meets during the day and Knitting in Kingwood (KIK). Our mission is to promote education and communication, and to advance the quality and workmanship in the members' knitting.


The guild includes both hand and machine knitters; as well as crocheters, spinners, and weavers. Skill levels range from beginner to intermediate to advanced knitters. Some of our members have been trained and registered as knitting instructors by the Craft Yarn Council, or have completed 1 or more levels of TKGA's Master Knitting Program. The guild has two special interest groups with their own meetings:  a lace group, The Lone Star Lace Knitters and the Master Knitter Support Group.

Regular workshops, retreats, and knit-ins provide an environment for members to learn and advance their knitting skills. We are looking forward to knitting workshops with instructors Susanna Hansson, Lucy Neatby, Nancy Bush and Cheryl Oberle.
About KANG