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  • Discover our Baby Collection hand-knitted with love by grannies
    Discover our Baby Collection hand-knitted with love by grannies
  • And for children...
    And for children...
  • Join our knitting classes
    Join our knitting classes

What we do

Social Knittings

  • Knitting Coffees at the Museum

Since 2014, in partnership with the City Museums, we organise some amazing knitting-coffees, on a regular basis. 
These meetings usually take place on fridays, from 10 to 12 AM, and are open to everyone, whether you know how to knit or not.

Our Knitting-Coffees are amazing occasions to meet new people, to learn an ancient know-how, to chill and chat while knitting and drinking a cup of coffee. If you're lucky, you may even eat a piece of the delicious cakes baked by Jean Michel, Maria, Danielle, Sue or Lilia...

Several well-rounded knitters are available, the 2 hours long, to assist you in your knitting project : just ask them ! 

Next Coffee in 2020 : On February 7 at Villa Vauban. It will be followed by a guided tour of the collections.
On March 6 at Letzebuerg City Museum, as on April 3, May 8, and June 12. The coffee session of June will be followed by a guided tour of the collections.

  • Knitting in the Park

Every year, from July to September, Mamie et Moi answer to the Villa Vauban's call for Villa Plage program. Once a week on Mondays afternoon, Mamie et Moi facilitate a 2 hours knitting-workshop, beneath shady trees. A Luxembourgish's must-attend knitting rendez-vous !
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  • Inclusive Knitting Coffees

Mamie et Moi offers to its members a fantastic occasion to build bridges and links with the "refugees" living in Lily Unden Red Cross Foyer.

Once a month (at least), we organise a Knitting Coffee in the Foyer : our grannies help the residents ( women & children, mainly) to learn or re-discover how to knit; all the material they need to realize their own hat, pull-over or else, is  provided by us and the Red Cross.

Step by step, the residents start talking, sharing experiences, specific know-hows.

If you are interested in taking part of our Inclusive Knitting Coffees, please pre-register at

Next coffee in 2020 : February 13, April 9, May 14, June 4, July 2, from 2 to 5 PM.

They trust us

offre culturelle web

Méli-Mélo 2016 Festival (Belgium): temporary installation made out of yarn + knitting demo by our grannies 

Nuit des Merveilles of Bettembourg 2016 : Oversized traditional living-room replica on place de l'église + XXL knitting demo

Musée d’Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, Nuits des Musées 2014:

  • Realization of a woolen rainbow on poles outside the museum;
  • set up of an event in the elevator of the Museum: a real lounge at the heart of the elevator: about ten grannies were knitting while sitting comfortably on the sofa with a cup of tea in; visitors were surprised, amused and often sat with our grannies for a few moments to discuss and learn how to knit.
  • “Pompon et Tricotin”: Organization of a workshop for small babies.

Luxembourg Red Cross, 2014 Centennial Ball

  • Creation and sale of accessories on the theme of the color “Red” for guests at the gala (bow ties, ties, strips, pins, earrings, pouches and bags, etc.).
  • Auction of a “Yarn Bombing Tree” prize, or a knitted dressing of a tree in a private property.

Just like them, if you wish to submit a project, do not hesitate.  Contact us at !