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Celebrating our 13th year

About Us

KnitKnights is a lively band of knitters crocheters and fiber fans who enjoy sharing our skills and spending time together. Beginner to advanced knitters and crocheters of all ages are welcome.  If you would like to be a part of this cheerful group, just come to the library any Monday evening at 6:30 with (or without) your yarn and needles or hook.  We have supplies on hand to get you started, as well as some experienced knitters happy to lend a hand in either craft.  


As a library sponsored group, there is no fee to join us or become a member. We do however maintain a kitty to fund regular expenses such as coffee/tea and snack supplies plus our 4th Monday birthday cake. A freewill contribution of $1 per week is suggested. The Kitty is held by our Treasurer. When spending needs arise, everyone present is asked for their approval. 


We knit and chat until 7:30, time for Show & Share. S&S gives each person a chance to introduce themselves and show us what they are working on.  Mini-workshops and/or knit-alongs often spring from group interest in someone's project. 


Do check our website often to see what we're up to. Find upcoming events and relevant links. Download our free patterns. Join our activities. Your participation makes us thrive. 


We welcome you, online and in person, to KnitKnights.

Charities We Support

Hat project 

St. Matthew's Parish Prayer Shawl Ministry
Project Linus Blankets
Knitted Knockers
Project Amigo afghan squares

Wrapped in Hugs for Gift of Life Donor Program
Knitted horses for Ivy Hill therapeutic riding

Food Pantry, Colonial Neighborhood Council


Past Projects:
Booties & stump covers for Veterans

Burn Camp Blankets

Caps & bags for Seaman’s Institute

Comfort Bears for first responders

Duulan Sweaters for children

Gift baskets for Conshohocken Elementary PTO

Helmets for the troops 

Knitting Peace at Merriam Theater
Project H.O.P.E 5k run/walk
Preemie Caps for HUP
Scarves for Special Olympics

Join us at KnitKnights on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30

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Peggy O'Neill, Coordinator

Conshoocken Free Library, 301 Fayette Street, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428