I received the nicest message from a raveller today:
"Hi - I was in a yarn shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma (!) this morning (I live near Tulsa) and saw your Noro hat knitted up. It had a tag on it with your blog site, so I looked it up as soon as I got home.
I love your blog!!
I’ve been mostly spinning my own yarn, but I love the Noro yarn too.
I think that I will knit this hat next!
ps I also work part time at the Tulsa library. :)"
This is really what makes internet so great: the sharing, the (often nice) feedback and the serendipity of the world. :)
I also want to share some great news:
I am most honored to have one of my patterns in a newly published ebook:
"A Hat in Time, a charity knitting/crochet book with 35 different hat patterns celebrating the work of Save the Children while raising funds for this charity"
I hope it will be very successfull.
More information (also about the soon to be published paper version of the book) on the charity project's blog a hat in time