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Interested in Membership?

Guild chapters are located in the
following cities:
Lew's Lacy Crew, Roseville, CA
The Mary Schiffmann, San Francisco
Bay Area
Queen Anne's, Fort Bragg, CA
Sequoia Lace Knitters, Redwood City, CA
The Puget Sound, Seattle, WA
The K3TOGINC, Boise, ID
The Strait-Laced, East Northport, NY
To attend one of our monthly meetings,
please send a message to the Lacy
Knitters Guild using the form on this
page. An LKG member will respond to
you as soon as possible.

The Lacy Knitters Guild is an international organization dedicated to the joy and preservation of lace knitting. Membership provides an outlet to share the passion and promote the art of lacy knitting.



  • Quarterly Newsletter includes patterns, lacy knitting news and events

  • Shared resources with over 200 members worldwide

  • Contribute to the only international lacy knitting organization

  • Volunteer to test-knit patterns for the Newsletter

  • See patterns in our upcoming Newsletter

  • Review patterns from past Newsletters


Registration Fees

Memberships are yearly, January to December.  If you join late in the year, you will receive back issues of the Newsletters that you have missed.  Registration fees are
US $25 per year for US residents and US $35 per year for international members.  The fees cover printing, mailing, Guild archive upkeep costs, and other Guild expenses.


Join Us

To join us, download and print the LKG Registration Form. Send your completed form along with your check to the address indicated on the form.



Should you have any questions regarding membership, including where to send paper membership applications, how to submit photos to the Members' Gallery, and member requests for back issues of the newsletter, fill out the form below. An LKG member will contact you via email.


Thank you for your interest,





To introduce lace knitting to knitters of all ages


To keep the art of lace knitting alive for those who love it


To restore and update historic patterns so modern day knitters can enjoy them


To research the history of patterns and discover as much information about them as possible

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