The International Guild of Knot Tyers (IGKT) is an association of people with interests in knots and knotting techniques of all kinds.
We have over a thousand members world-wide, from all walks of life, including academics, surgeons, sailors, sportsmen and women, scouters, magicians, farmers, miners and accountants. Membership is open to anyone interested in knotting (whether expert or simply hoping to learn from others).
2019 Spring Symposium and AGM will be over four days
(May 9th-12th) at the Nothe Fort, Weymouth, UK
Full details available soon and they will be circulated with the December Knotting Matters.
Join us for one day or all four.
2019 Autumn Symposium will be in Bremen-Vegesack, Germany
We will be guests of the Vegesacker Geschichtenhaus in this historic waterside city.
The city's oldest port warehouse is a place of history theater, cabaret and photo gallery, all under one roof.
Most meetings and events are shown in the Calendar section - do see if there's one happening near you and come along!
New Addition - we have just started to publish the book reviews from Knotting Matters (see the KM button, bottom left, or click here. We will be adding to these as they arrive with the Editors. All the reviews from the previous 35 years have now been added. Contributions are always very welcome!
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Members please note - a list of email addresses, sorted by country and region is available in the 'Member News' section. Please check your entry. File updated 201711.
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