Are you a multi-tasking knitter who loves to read? Great. So is Kathy Goldner.
Kathy is the founder of Knitting Out Loud, a new company that produces audio knitting books so you can listen to stories about your favorite craft while you click those point sticks.
Tune into this week’s episode of CraftSanity to find out how Kathy started this crafty business nearly a year ago and how she finds the talented voices to read these knitting gems.
Also, Kathy was kind enough to let me play clips from five of her audio books during the show, so settle in with a project and let the audio book sampling begin.
Win An Audio Book! Have a favorite knitting book that you’d like to listen to while knitting? Recommend a title for Kathy to make into an audio book and get in the random drawing for an audio copy of “A History of Hand Knitting” by Richard Rutt. To enter, simply copy your post into an e-mail to Jennifer@craftsanity.com. Please include your mailing address in your e-mail so I know where to send your prize if you win. The deadline is Saturday, March 8. Good luck everyone!
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