Kippen from Three From The Top
Sorry! It has been a bit quiet here for a while, hasn't it?
Kat and I have been frantically spinning plates as we entertained children during the school holidays and put the finishing touches on several new projects in preparation for Wonderwool - on 23rd and 24th April (not August as I said in the newsletter! Whoops!)
Callander from Three From The Top
The biggest project we have been working on is our new book: Three From The Top. It is a collection of three simple, seamless cardigans, worked from the top down.
We want to make crochet cardigans accessible to everyone so we have made the patterns simple, the sizing wide and the yarn costs reasonable. There is lots of additional information in the book to help you follow crochet patterns, choose the right size and finish your cardigan beautifully.
The book will cost £12 in print or £10 as an ebook.
The book will be coming to Wonderwool with us (along with some new exciting kits and printed patterns and a very fancy new banner.) If you are going, please head over to see us in Hall 1 at stand B6. You can chat all things crochet with us and see the cardigans in the flesh!
Aberfoyle from Three From The Top
If you aren't lucky enough to be heading to Wales at the weekend and want to get your hands on a copy as soon as possible then you need to head over to our Etsy shop. We have fifty copies available to pre-order for immediate shipping after the show. You have until Thursday 21st to place an order if you would like it to be sent out the week commencing 25th April. If you don't grab one of the first fifty by then, it will probably mean your copy will ship in early May.
We have let the newsletter subscribers have first go at the orders and they are selling fast. (the kerching of the etsy app has been a pleasing musical backdrop to my work today!) If you would like to sign up to the newsletter so you get first dibs in future then you can do so here.
We will be introducing each design in turn, here on the blog, over the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, if you would like the technical details, head over to the Ravelry page. (This will be where you can pre-order/buy the ebook as soon as we sort out a couple of technical difficulties.)
Hope to see some of you at Wonderwool at the weekend!