Knit the Community

6th Annual KnitMaine-ia Fashion Show

Saturday, October 3, 2015, 2:00PM 

Belfast Boathouse, Belfast, Maine

Celebrating diverse fiber arts traditions with hand-knitted, crocheted and felted garments and accessories both modeled and displayed.

Tickets: $12 – available at the door
All proceeds are donated to New Hope for Women.

KnitMaine-ia Submission Form (DEADLINE: 9/15/2015

  • St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church is located at 95 Court St. in Belfast, ME 04915. Office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 to noon. Items may dropped off. Please contact us if you need to mail your submissions to make arrangements. All items for the show must have an attached form. Donated mittens for the Three Little Kittens Project do not need a submission form and are being accepted at the fashion show. FMI contact Jillian Liversidge ( or Sara Brand-New (978-325-0045)


Knitting Circle will be back in the Fall! First Friday of the month at 4 p.m. in the St. Margaret’s Parish Library.

Community Knit-A-Thons for Fuel Assistance

Bi-annual Knit-a-thons to raise money for fuel assistance are generally held in March and November (TBA). To date $1456 was raised for the Greater Bay Area Ministerium’s Interfaith Fuel Fund.

Three Little Kittens Project Still Seeking Mitten Donations!  +  Hats, Gloves or Mittens for Men at the Re-Entry Center

Please consider donating a pair of mittens to kids in Waldo county. Clean gently-used, store bought or hand crafted mittens are welcome.
Hats and gloves or mittens for the men at the Re-Entry Center. Please turn them in at St. Margaret’s Parish Office, 95 Court Street, Belfast.FMI contact