Laika

May 05, 2011

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I’m impatiently waiting for book proofs to arrive tomorrow but in the meantime Julie has been working on the pdf version and she gave me one of the patterns as a single file even though she’s not done with the whole thing.
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And since this is way too exciting to keep to myself, I figured I’d share it. The Laika pattern just went out to everyone who has pre-ordered, but if you haven’t yet don’t worry you’ll now receive the pattern automatically when you place your order. The patterns will be available individually in the future but for now this is a thank you perk for those who ordered the book

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