As seen in

When you pick up the most recent issue of Knit Simple, turn to page 10. You’ll find a little write up on The Red Collection! I heard about it from Joanna, who tweeted that she had seen the magazine. I spent the next 5 days visiting book stores waiting for it to show up somewhere (impatient, much).

I was so excited when my B&N finally called to tell me they had the magazine that I drove to the shop and bought two copies, which now seems a bit ridiculous. Nonetheless, it is so very exciting to see my book in a national knitting magazine!

Read carefully, and you’ll notice the write-up mentions “intricate intarsia”. I’m a little bummed out by that, because of course, there are no projects that use that technique (not this time, but the next book will be ALL INTARSIA…mwahahaha). But hey, it’s press, and I’m still totally excited. I’ve always wanted to add a Press page on my blog and dudes, now I can!

17 thoughts on “As seen in

  1. Got my copy in the mail this week. Saw the blurb! I assumed that you guys knew when they were going to feature your work. I guess not. Surprise! I felt like such an insider that I already knew all about your snappy designs. :-)

  2. Congratulations! I’ve been reading your blog for a couple of years now, and it has been fun watching your ideas and knitting evolve. I wish you much success!

  3. From someone who’s read you since you first began Zigzag Mommy… I’m impressed, amazed and super proud of you accomplishments! You’re an inspiring mama/artist/writer. Looking forward to seeing MORE!

  4. So exciting! But, reading this has totally made me want to check out the patterns from your book because I totally assumed they were all intarsia and I HATE intarsia. I’m adding patterns to my queue right now!

  5. no intarsia? how do you create the beautiful motifs like the bird on the fence?? it’s beautiful but scares me after a recent transformers hat full of intarsia and stranding and everything else that was tricky and time consuming. i’m intrigued!

  6. can I be proud of someone I don’t actually know? Well, I’m super proud and happy for you! And the snippet on buying your own book in the store just makes me laugh! :)

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