Club News


PAYNEHAM KNITTING CLUB held its breakup party on 5th December, and members were asked to bring along something related to Christmas. Everyone brought a plate of food to share, and nearly everyone brought something that they had knitted. A good time was had by all. The club will be meeting again on the first Tuesday in February and it is hoped that everyone returns full of enthusiasm for knitting in the coming year .

PAYNEHAM KNITTING CLUB meets on the first Tuesday of the month from February to December, from 12:30 to approximately 3:00. Bring lunch. Tea and coffee supplied. The meetings are held at the Payneham Community Centre.

Members meet once a month at Clovelly Park Community Centre, York Avenue, Clovelly Park SA 3 rd Monday of the month (Jan to Nov) 10.00am to 2.00pm (All machines) Beginners and experienced knitters all welcome!

Contact the Secretary (Jill Rashleigh) for further information.

Tel 8395 9077 or Mob 0408 379 992 Email

SMITHFIELD MACHINE KNITTING CLUB meets at the Smithfield Bowling Club, but that venue has been sold by the Playford Council, to a retail company, and the club’s tenure finishes in March. The club is negotiating with the committee of the Elizabeth Downs Girl Guide Hall in the hope that they can find a new home (with a lockable room for storage) there. They meet on the first and fourth Mondays of each month from February to November, except when the day falls on a public holiday, from 11:00—2:30 The fourth Mondays are for Passap knitters.

INGLE FARM MACHINE KNITTING CLUB meets on the second Monday of each month, from February to November, unless a public holiday falls on that date. They meet at the Church of the Holy Redeemer on the corner of Montague Road and Roopena Street, Ingle Farm, from 11:00—2:30. Bring your own lunch. On Monday 4th December, Smithfield Club members attended a dinner at the Somerset Hotel. As most of them are also members of Ingle Farm Club, they also attended a luncheon at the Church of the Holy Redeemer on Monday 11th December.

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