5.24.2016

Lace Stricken

Last week I received some very good happy mail. It's my book - in German!
It's a dream come true. I'd been hoping that my books would one day be translated into German. I sell a good chunk of my self-published patterns to knitters in Germany and I've had a few of them join my Ravelry group and share projects they've knit. I'm happy that now my book can reach even more German knitters!
This translated book is actually Sock-Yarn Shawls and Sock-Yarn Shawls II combined into one book. The book has 30 patterns. Only Demeter from Sock-Yarn Shawls II was left out.

It's been fun flipping through the book, seeing if the names of the shawls have been changed or not. And while I can't read it, it's interesting to see how things are formatted a little different in German patterns.
 
If you have friends or family in Germany (or you are a knitter in Germany), you can order the German translation of the book online here.

It's so awesome that I can bring sock-yarn shawl knitting goodness to knitters around the world

2 comments:

  1. Congrats. I am knitting a Juniper in lace weight right now. On the short rows. Can't wait to finish.

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  2. That is so awesome, congrats Jen! I am really loving your new book, Cozy Stash Busting. Way to keep knocking out great work!

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