Save the date, 2/19 – S&B – Pot Luck

Ladies, Irene has invited us for a Stitch & Bitch – Pot Luck at her home!! She lives in White Plains and has ample parking on her street. Her address is in the contact sheet.

On Friday, February 19th, 1 – 3 pm.

No additional dessert needed …let me know/ post below what you will bring so we don’t have duplicates.

Kathy J – Relish tray

Joan – Tossed salad

Dahlia – Dessert

Barb – Dessert

Kathy F: Turkey Chili

Karna: Gluten free quiche (no mushrooms)

Marcela: Empanadas

Camille: Beverages


Susan W: Sweet and sour meatballs

Bernadette: Nick’s pasta salad

Laura: Appetizers (spanakopita)

Ann: Cheese & crackers

Manju: Vegetable pakora – looked it up, sounds yum!

Cindy: 2 bottles of wine & veggie side


Meet-up on Friday, 1/22

Ladies, we will meet-up on Friday, January 22nd, 1 -3 p.m at Panera Bread


Thank you to all who knit & crochet items year round for “Our Lucille Project“.

Close to 100 items (hats, scarves, & cowls) were donated to the Coachmen Family Shelter this Winter (which is home to 150 families). They were grateful for the donation. 40 were also donated to the Samaritan shelter for women.

Keep stitching ladies, your work is much needed and appreciated.

Donations of yarn by members and others in our community are a tremendous help for all of our charity projects.






Meet-up on Friday, 1/15/16

Ladies, the Stitch & Bitch will meet-up this Friday, 1/15 from 1-3 pm. at Panera


Meet-up on Friday, 12/11

We will meet-up at Panera this Friday, 12/11, 1-3 p.m

Bring in your hats/scarves, etc (for Children & Adults) for our “Lucille Project”. Donations will be going to the Women & Children’s shelter the week of the 21st. The items I’ve collected over the past 6 months will be going to another shelter for adults.

The “Warm Hats” (for newborns at the White Plains Hospital) – collected throughout the year by Lois.

The “NICU” (preemie hats for Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital) – collected by Susan W.

The “Lapghans for Veterans” (lapghans for the Veterans at the Montrose VA home) –  collected by Kathy F.


Thank you – from Susan W

Dear Ladies of Stitch and Bitch,
Your welcome yesterday was overwhelming as were your generosity and caring during my hospital stay.
There were gifts of food, prayers, words of encouragement , calls, cards telling Milt and I what wonderful support we had .
We share our love of yarn and it is what “knits” us together as loving, supportive community .
Thank you for all you have given us.

Happy Thanksgiving to all.
Love, Susan

Holiday Luncheon, 12/4, 1 p.m


Ladies, (new members particularly) once a year all of the members celebrate the start of the Holiday season with a festive luncheon. Uno’s provides a welcoming environment and serves good food. Join us and share holiday cheer!

S&B Holiday Luncheon 12415 pdf

Annual Holiday Luncheon

Come relax & enjoy with good friends & food!

Menu: appetizers, soup, salad, entrée, dessert, coffee, tea, & soda

See below for entrée options and tell me in person your selection

Date: Friday, December, 4th, 2015

Time: 1:oo p.m.

Cost: $20 per person (includes tax & tip)

Location: Uno’s Chicago Grill

4 Martine Ave

White Plains, NY

*FREE parking at adjacent garage*


*Bring a wrapped gift ($5 value) for our fun

gift exchange!*

Payment due prior to the luncheon – see Dahlia

Select One for your entree: 1) Pizza, 2) A Large Salad or 3) Burger

1 ) Entree Pizza: Flat bread/Deep Dish/Gluten free
2) Entree Large Salad:

UNO POWER SALAD Grilled chicken, spinach, tomatoes, carrots, feta, red grapes, goji berries, raisins, soy nuts, almonds, pepitas, dried cranberries and fat-free vinaigrette.

TOSSED SALADS CHICKEN CAESAR Grilled chicken, romaine, grated
parmesan and house-made croutons.

WALNUT, BLUEBERRY & GOAT CHEESE Field greens with goat cheese,
fresh blueberries, honey-glazed walnuts and low-fat blueberry
pomegranate dressing.

CLASSIC COBB Mixed greens, gorgonzola, chicken, diced avocado,
tomatoes, egg, bacon and avocado-ranch dressing.
3) Burgers:

Uno’s Wowza Sauce® infused with Samuel Adams Boston Lager®.

THE UNO BURGER*Topped with ultimate burger sauce.

GUAC-ALICIOUS BURGER*Topped with aged cheddar and house-made



11/6 & upcoming Book exchange/Pot luck Stitch & Bitch, Fri. 11/13

Ladies, on Friday, 11/6th the S&B will meet at our usual place and time.

Our Stitch & Bitch on Friday, Nov 13th, will meet at Barb’s house for a Book exchange – Autumn Pot Luck at 12 (noon).

Kindly confirm your attendance and either post here (or let me know) what you will bring. 

Bring your WIP, a Book(s) and a hot/cold Dish ie: finger food, salad, beverages, etc. Looks like we have enough dessert now!

Barb: Hot soup

Dahlia: Vegetarian Chili

Kathy F: Quiche Lorraine

Karna: Gluten free Quiche

Laura: Cheese & cracker platter

Kathy J: French bread

Maria: Fruit platter

Marcela: Cannoli

Nancy: Stuffed dates

Judy: Dairy free dessert

Lois: Dessert

Vivienne & Camille: Tortilla chips & Salsa

Cheryl: Apple crisp

Sheila: Green salad

Susan Hope: Pate & crackers

Bernadette: Pasta salad by Mr Nick!

Manju: Chole & Bhatura

Lorraine: salad

Meet-up on Friday, 10/30

Ladies, we will be meeting up this Friday, 10/30, 1-3 p.m. at Panera.

The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry (last night) was very nice. They did an amazing job on everything, there was a lot of great baskets and items to bid on, a lot of food (hot and cold) and wine & beverages.

Thank you to all the ladies who came out to support this great cause and to those who donate(d) to the Pet Food Pantry for this event and throughout the year.

A few pics (pre-party):


Upcoming fundraisers (from two of our members: Kathy F and Cindy D)

Tomorrow, Monday 10/26 is the Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry’s Gala at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are $45 and can be purchased at the door.

Location: TH CV Rich Mansion (The Women’s Club) 305 Ridgeway, White Plains, NY 10605.

“Celebrating 5 years of providing free pet food to financially-challenged families thus keeping their pets at home with them and out of shelters.

Join us in celebrating 5 years of helping to keep pets at home with their families and out of shelters by providing them with free pet food.

A wonderful evening of good food, wine, soft drinks, dessert and a terrific silent auction and raffle.”

Located at: TH CV Rich Mansion (The Women’s Club) 305 Ridgeway, White Plains, NY 10605.

On Thursday, November 5th, 7 p.m. is the Gilda’s Club “Stair Climb”

Register to be on Cindy’s team name is: “Stair Warriors” join us in climbing the 18 flights of stairs or you may select to be a “Virtual Climber” and take the elevator stup to join the party on the top floor.
Register, $40

We love supporting our members and the important missions. Please join us!

Meet-up on Friday, October 23 & Important save the date info!!

Ladies, we will meet-up on Friday, 10/23, 1-3 p.m. at Panera.

As some of you know, I’m in the process of updating our member contact sheet which I will send via email attachment once completed. Newer members, be sure to send me your address & number & email info, if you haven’t already done so.

Time is flying…save these dates for some more Stitch & Bitch fun!!

Friday, Nov 13th — S&B Book Exchange & Pot Luck @ Barb’s

Friday, December 4th — The annual S&B Holiday Luncheon

Our trip to: Rhinebeck Sheep & Wool Festival

We arrived just before opening which allowed us the opportunity to ooh & ahh the gorgeous handmade sweaters, scarves, fingerless gloves & shawls – so much amazing talent!!

They’re saying the Rhinebeck Sheep & Wool Festival had record breaking numbers of attendees. By noontime it was bustling!! Aba’s Falafel stand had the longest lines I’ve ever seen! I managed to get one just before the crowds! Me and Alexis made it up to the hill area for the large gathering of Ravelry members group photo op. We’ll have to keep an eye out for it when they post it.

Thanks to Cheryl for a safe and wonderful ride to and from the festival.

I trust Vivien and her passengers had a wonderful time today too.

Some pics of the festival and our goodies.


October 16th is on!

Some ladies will be away/unavailable for a meet-up this Friday and others want to reserve their energy for Rhinebeck, on Saturday.

If anyone is certain they will be available to meet-up this Friday, post here/let me know on our group page otherwise we will meet next Friday, 10/23.

I received a number of yes votes for this Friday

Winter Clothing Donation information

For all who have asked regarding donating Winter clothing:

2015 Winter Clothing Give-Away at Lifting Up Westchester
If you are interested in donating clothing, please note the following

1. Winter appropriate clothing only (wearable/not repairable condition please).
Casual clothing in all sizes
Coats, long underwear, sweaters, slacks, hats, gloves, scarves

2. Please Fold and gender sort clothing and label boxes or bags accordingly.
Seasonal appropriate clothing for men, women, boys and girls

3. Deliver donated items Monday, November 2 through Wednesday, November 4
35 Orchard Street, White Plains, NY 10603 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Donation form attached, please submit with your donation, and you will receive a letter in the mail by January, for your 2016 taxes.
LUW Electronic Estimated Fair Market Donor Form.doc

Thank you in advance for observing the above guidelines, and helping make this a successful event.

Meet-up on Friday, October 2nd – The Sheep & Wool Festival sign-up

Ladies, we will meet-up at Panera, this Friday, October 2nd – 1-3 p.m.

For our members:

We’re planning our annual day-trip to The Sheep & Wool Festival in Rhinebeck. on Saturday, October 17th

Get your tickets ahead of time:
$10.50 online

As usual, we will be carpooling. If you want to be one of the drivers, let me know so I know how many can go.

We have one driver and 3 seats confirmed, so far.

Ladies planning on carpooling will be asked to pay $10 a head (that will go to the driver) for the ride which I will collect ahead of time. Carpool peeps, only buy your tickets once I confirm your seat.

Our trip to Lyndhurst


We had gorgeous weather for the Craft Fair today and enough breeze and shade for a wonderful afternoon outdoors.

It’s a large set up but not impossible to see everything in a day. There is enough seating throughout the field and large tables to spread out,
have lunch & do some knitting  & crochet and leisurely enjoy shopping the over 300 vendors.

A huge thank you to our carpool drivers, Kathy & Cheryl.

Just a sample of pics:

Meet-up on Friday, September 11th

Ladies, we will meet-up on Friday, 1-3 p.m at Panera.

Day Trip! – Fall Crafts @ Lyndhurst on Friday, Sept 18th

Ladies, mark your calendar!

Weather permitting, we’re going to the Fall Craft Fair at Lyndhurst, in Tarrytown. We’ll leisurely enjoy the outdoor craft fair, fresh air and view (no mansion tours).
We will leave White Plains at 11:30.

Bring a WIP for some stitching time and a snack/lunch. They’ll also have concession stands. I inquired and it was suggested we bring our own travel chairs and we can set up “camp”.

Let me know if you are available for carpooling. Anyone needing a ride (who hasn’t already told me) just let me know.!fall-crafts-at-lyndhurst-2015/cwjq

Regular admission: $12
Senior admission (62+) $11

There is no additional charge for parking. Bring cash for admission, etc. Many of the vendors only accept cash.

Click on the $1 off Q link below, fill it out and they will send you a coupon to print. They accept cash/checks at the admission booth.