Get your knitting needles ready and join us on the Knit the Alphabet blog hop! We’ll be talking to author Claire Garland about her cute and versatile knitted letters, plus there’ll be reviews from top knitting bloggers and giveaways where you can win a copy of the book!
The Knit the Alphabet Blog Hop!
We’ll be visiting top knitting bloggers for reviews of the book, interviews with Claire and other features. Lots of the blogs will be hosting giveaway competitions as well, where you can win your own copy – make sure you visit each stop on the blog hop so you don’t miss your chance to win!
Sun 2nd –
Knit the Alphabet is featured as the March giveaway over on iMake! Enter now for you chance to win a copy of the book!
Mon 10th – Dot Pebbles
Author Claire Garland kicks off the blog hop over at her lovely site Dot Pebbles.
Thur 13th – Crafts from the Cwtch
Stop by Crafts from the Cwtch where Sarah interviews Claire about her knitted letters, plus another giveaway!
Fri 14th – CraftSanity
Jennifer at CraftSanity will be featuring the patterns on her gorgeous blog.
Sat 15th – Yarn Demon
Get the low-down on Knit the Alphabet with this review from Yarn Demon, who are also offering a giveaway.
Tue 18th – Never Not Knitting Podcast
Knit the Alphabet is being featured on the amazing Never Not Knitting podcast, and they are also giving away one copy of the book to a lucky visitor. Plus, check out the gorgeous knitted letters Alana made using Knit the Alphabet!
Wed 19th – Stitch Craft Create
Our very own @CraftyJen interviews Claire about the book and her gorgeous knitting designs.
This fantastic book is available for pre-order now from Stitch Craft Create and contains quick and easy knitting patterns for all 26 alphabet letters, plus an ampersand, star and heart motifs. Each of the knitted letters can be made up in 3 different sizes, and come with variation colourways. Perfect for making cute homestyle items or to give as gifts to friends and family.
Why not knit your name, or any word that you want to knit, take a photo, and upload it to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #knityourname – we always love to see what you make from our books!