I was not real sure what this ebook was so I called Zinio.com and they explained how it works. I had it in my mind that it was for the Kindle or the Sony Reader. This is not the case, it is a book you download using their free reader and have it on your computer. Back to the Free Felt Holiday Toadstools that they are giving us a free tutorial to see a snippet of what the book “Fa La La La Felt” hold for us. You can go over to Amanda Carestio blog “digs and beans” for the download “One Long Thread”
Amanda Carestio: I’m so very excited… remember that “felt mystery project” I was working on over the summer? Well, mystery revealed: I was feverishly creating projects for this book: Fa La La La Felt. Lots of hard work on a crazy fast schedule, but so worth it! This book is Lark’s very first ebook, available for purchase at Zinio.com. It’s also coming out in its print version early next fall, but instant gratification is so nice, especially this close to the holidays. I had such a fun time getting acquainted with felt (especially the whole easy-to-work-with bit)… and the book is chock full of super cute designs, both traditional and indie. And what a smashing collection of designers! Here’s one of my designs as a sneak preview; maybe it’s my quilterly ways, but I couldn’t help but bring a little fabric into the mix. Wanna get a free project from the book? Try Cathy Gaubert’s totally rad Holiday Toadstools on for size. I want to make about 62 for our Christmas ficus!
By Linda Lanese
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