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Pre-order Little Red in the City

by ysoldateague December 23, 2010

Pre-order Little Red in the City
I’m so excited to announce that pre-orders are now open for Little Red in the City.There’s still a little while before the finished book will be available. The final layout, proofing and printing is a pretty long process and we want to get everything right, but it will be shipping in March. Click here to find out more about it and place your order.

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From the drafts I’ve seen so far the book is going to beautiful, my wonderful graphic designer Julie has made it so pretty. If you’re shopping for a gift she’s designed the perfect little card that you can print out for the recipient. Wrap it with the info sheets included in your pre-order so they can start planning their new sweaters. Thanks Julie!
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Thank you to Amandafor your wonderful modelling, to Hannah, Jess and Rebecca for all of your help with the photography, to Alison and Laura for checking everything a million times and to Mel for your incredible ability to knit to the tightest of deadlines. And, last but not least, thank you to Sarah, without whom I’d probably have collapsed under a pile of unfinished sweaters and scribbled notes by this point.

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