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Rhinebeck — book signing

by ysoldateague October 16, 2013 1 min read

Hello from Heathrow! I hope everyone is nearly finished with their Rhinebeck sweater(s)! Mine just needs the finishing touches — ends sewn in, buttons sewn on and pockets sewn in. We have some exciting news about the book, tomorrow we’ll receive the first copies from the printer and they’ve managed to make enough in time that we’ll be able to do sell some at the festival in addition to those that have been pre-ordered.

Book signing

Ysolda will be signing books between 3–4 on Saturday afternoon at the Green Mountain Spinnery building 22D booth 22.  If you haven’t purchased your book yet Green Mountain Spinnery will have copies available to purchase.

Pre-order pickup

If you have pre-ordered the book and are planning on picking it up at the festival we’ll see you on Saturday or Sunday just after the Ravelry meet-up in the same location. Please bring your paypal receipt to make things easier for us.

See everyone soon!

 

ysoldateague
ysoldateague



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