Red Collection News

The Red Collection

I mentioned a while ago that I was going to be making some behind the scenes changes around here. One of the biggies, and the first that I’m getting around to, is that I’m changing how I offer my book, The Red Collection. In an effort to streamline my business before I really start school full time next fall, I’m simplifying things for myself. The bad news is that the book will no longer be offered in print. The good news is that I have a few copies left that I can sell to you. The other good news is that if you buy it from me, you’ll get the digital version, too, which has been updated to include the full text of the print copy.

If you’re interested in purchasing a copy before the book goes out of print, you can find all the information on The Red Collection page. I’ll be offering the last copies for one week, until March 15th. Thank you!

The Red Collection is now available exclusively in digital format! Find more information on The Red Collection page.


Cozy Sunday

Book Signing!

I’m headed down the road on Sunday for a book signing and trunk show! If you’re in the Triangle, please come visit Cozy Yarn Shop in Durham, NC on Sunday, January 16th from 12-2. I’ll be signing books, displaying knits from The Red Collection, and helping to host a yarn giveaway!

For more info, check out this post on the Cozy group on Ravelry.
Call the shop for details: 919-286-3400
Their address: 770 9th Street, Durham, NC 27705

See you there!

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!