January 27, 2005
|After knitting for more than 20 years, I confess that I'm still a bit intimidated when it comes to choosing colors for a new project.|
I've tried reading books on the subject, but most of them are so technical that they put me to sleep within just a few pages. There is one exception, which I review this week: Deb Menz's information-packed Color Works: The Crafter's Guide to Color.
In the KR Boutique: More Cards on Sale
Your wonderful response to our KR notecard sampler pack sale tells me you like having a choice in your cards. That's why this week I've put our KR correspondence card sampler pack on sale, so you can have even more fun playing with our cards. Enjoy!
In the Forums: Proof that You're Hooked?
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