... and now it's here! The Fall 2009 Interweave Knits magazine, of course :)
Everyone has been wanting one, and I finally have a few copies in stock now. It is a great issue this time, primarily because of the article about our own Mary Jane Mucklestone, who worked at Unique One, and who is now a fabulously famous knitting designer! We always knew she was talented. So come on in, if you still haven't found your very own copy of the Fall 2009 Interweave Knits magizine.
The Winter issue of Interweave Knits will be available just before Thanksgiving, and I plan to order copies on November 21. That is, unless the fall sales take a big nosedive like they did last year. Man, I can't believe how bad October 2008 was for me. Hopefully this fall will be better! So be on the look out late in November for the Winter issue of Interweave Knits.
I also got a couple of copies of the new Homespun, Handknit book and also of Amy King's new book, Spin Control: Techniques for Spinning the Yarns You Want.
Amy King is the genius behind Spunky Eclectic, and you all know how I love Spunky Eclectic anything. Her book is destined to be an instant classic reference for spinners everywhere, and you can bet I snapped my copy up right out of the box. It is everything you ever wanted to know about spinning pretty much any kind of yarn, and it really makes you feel very empowered.
The new Homespun, Handknit edited by Amy Clarke Moore is similar to the original book by the same name, showcasing great projects that can easily be made with handspun yarn, but you can, of course, use commercial yarn if you choose to. Both books are here -- I only have a couple of copies of each of them -- so stop by if you want to see them.