The Knitgrrl Guide blog tour
This month, The Knitgrrl Guide to Professional Knitwear Design is hitting the virtual road! Keep tabs on this post or on my author page at BookTour.com for the latest additions to the schedule. You’ll want to visit every site on the tour, because each one is giving away a copy of the book! Here are the dates:
- 3 July, Annie Modesitt, @modeknit
- 5 July, Diane Gilleland, @SisterDiane
- 7 July, Natalie Zee Drieu, @craft
- 9 July, Marnie MacLean, @MarnieMacLean
- 11 July, Daniella Cortez/Craft Culture, @danidocrafty
- 13 July, Kim Werker, @kpwerker
- 15 July, Marly Bird/Yarn Thing, @yarnthing
- 17 July, Ellen Gormley, @GoCrochet
- 19 July, Kerrie Allman, @yarnforwardmag
- 21 July, Vickie Howell, @vickiehowell
- 23 July, Melissa Wehrle, @neoknits
- 25 July, Julie Holetz, @skamama
- 27 July, Donna Druchunas, @druchunas
- 29 July, Amy O’Neill Houck, @plainsight
- 31 July, Jasmin Canty/Knitmore Girls, @knitmoregirls
- 2 August, Stefanie Japel, @stefaniejapel
For the Twitter tour with Kim on the 13th, you’ll want to visit us at @kpwerker and @knitgrrl from 7:00-9:00 p.m. — don’t forget the #knitgrrlguide hashtag! What’s a hashtag? (Well, it is explained in the book…)
See you here, there and everywhere!
updated to add: you might also be interested in Diane’s guest post over at Cooperative Press: “Why Your Favorite Indie Books Need You” — it’s genius!
update #2: just added! Stefanie Japel on the second of August…
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Shannon – just wanted to let you know how much I’m enjoying the book. It’s great to have all your knowledge distilled into such an easy-to-digest package! I’m ordering another copy for Libby. I’m enjoying it as an obsessed amateur, but she is determined to find a way to make a career the knit-a-sphere. She’s going to be a fantastic tech editor and thanks to your book, she’ll have a mountain of great advice on getting started! Thanks so much and congratulations on a fantastic book.
P.S. Really looking forward to your presentation for the Northcoast Knitting Guild on September 13 on using sewing patterns to design knitwear. Guests welcomed!! Check out our group on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/northcoast-knitting-guild.
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