Hello, everyone. I haven’t fallen off the face of the Earth. Thanks to those of you who have expressed concerns. I appreciate knowing that you’ve missed me. I feel like I owe you an explaination, so here it is:
I’m working on a pretty major craft-related work project that I hope will become a regular feature, so I’ve been spending my evenings designing prototypes and writing project instructions. This is an exciting oppotunity that I think you folks are going to enjoy.
Even though most of you who frequent this site live outside of West Michigan, you’ll still be able to benefit from my crafty work project because it will be available online. I’ll post links as soon as it’s up and rolling, so stay tuned.
Here’s the good news: I’m planning to release a new CraftSanity episode this weekend. It’s an interview with Sabrina Gschwandtner, the author of “KnitKnit: Profiles & Projects From Knitting’s New Wave.” We had a great chat and I can’t wait to let you listen to it. If you haven’t already, check out Sabrina’s book. It’s beautiful, inspiring and a great read, too.
If you like Melanie Falick’s “Knitting in America,” you’ll love this collection of profiles and projects by notable knitters from around the globe. I’ll be running a contest to give away a copy of “KnitKnit”, so be sure to check back here for contect details. Speaking of contests, I’ll be annoucing the winner of Amanda Blake Soule’s book on the next podcast.