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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Coming soon: Casual, Elegant Knits Blog Tour.

I hope you will not miss this opportunity to get on a Blog Tour for our new book "Casual, Elegant Knits". The book was released by Martingale & Co. in July and Dawn and I are having much fun with all the things happening around it. We would like nothing more than you sharing with us our excitement.
What should you expect on the tour? Well, let me tell you. We approached 16 incredibly talented designers with different design styles and interests and asked them to open their doors on their own blog for us for a day. We were overwhelmed with their responses. We want to say thank you to all of them.
As you go from day to day to a different blog, you will find out many things about us: our design approach, our inspirations, our goals for the designs in the book, our collaboration with each other, our knitting techniques and their applications, and many more. We will be asked questions by the designers and also by knitters. You will be able to communicate with us in the comments on each visited blog or directly on my or Dawn's blog. We promise to keep in touch with you.

In your travels with us do not forget that you are visiting a blog of a wonderful designer, whose designs are published in books and magazines. Check out what do they have in the plans and feel free to peek on their previous posts. You will have a privilege to visit their virtual studios. I guarantee you will put their blogs on the list of your favorites.

So, without further ado, I give you our tour schedule.

Sept 4th: Lynn Hershberger

Sept 5th: Carol Sulcoski

Sept 6th: Cindy Moore

Sept 7th: Amy Polcyn

Sept 8th: Connie Chang

Sept 9th: Marie Grace Smith

Sept 10th: Susan Lawrence

Sept 11th: Marnie MacLean

Sept 12th: Tikru

Sept 13th: Terry Ross

Sept 14th: Liz Moreno

Sept 15th: Donna Druchunas

Sept 16th: Jennifer Tallapaneni

Sept 17th: Kristi Porter

Sept 18th: Joanne Seiff

Sept 19th: Simona Merchant-Dest

I will keep you posted on what is going on. Keep in touch.

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