First Iwould love to share the great news that Mary Beth Temple’s Hooked for LIfe is going into it’s second printing! Hah, we kept saying the crocheters could read! Congratulatoins to Mary Beth Temple on that brilliant good news, and I have to admit that after the review here on the CLF Blog; I have read and read the book at least five times 🙂 Love it!
I WANT MORE LIKE THIS!
By the way, it’s Monday and that means Mary Beth Temple’s LIVE podcast happens at 9pm Eastern/6 Pacific at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mary-beth-temple! Don’t miss her show!
And more information about the competition!
Someone posed this thought/question “Is it not unfair to have lace entered or open work because they automatically drape?”
Nope. It’s not unfair, and one reason is that they do not always automatically drape. I make lace so tight I don’t need starch. And, if you use worsted weight yarn and a g hook you get stiff no matter what, you may end up with a “drapier” fabric that way, but it will not necessarily produce drape.
We want every kind of drape you can think of in crochet: Solid fabric, open work, lace, swatches of all of those…what ever. Send in your photos PLEASE!
The more PROOF we have the better, and I promise a WHOLE BLOG PAGE to the results!
Remember the competition ends August 9th! I want pictures!
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Wow! I just checked where the Crochet Liberation Front First Ever Book stood on Amazon.com’s list of Crochet Books! We come up #17 in the search! WOWOWOWOWOWOWEEE!
That’s beyond cool guys! The more books we sell, the more we can do in the future…I’m hoping the Christmas season influences our “market” a little so that I have money in the bank when we finally get to the place for submissions with book #2 that I can pay for patterns…We’re getting there!
Did you notice the ticker? The $880 is what I need to reimburse my grocery money for contributor copies of the book 😉 After that we get to start the ticker towards 10,000 books! If we get to 10,000 copies I will write a gift check to each person who contributed!
Like I have said repeatedly I will not be satisfied if I am the only one who benefits, it must benefit as many as possible!