Okie dokie! Here’s a video interview with yours truly, all about the PRIZES for both the blogiversary party and the Kickstarter book backer prizes! Also, there are some interview questions answered, as well as a few more sneak peeks of the projects you can find in the book… 🙂
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I love the answers to the questions Bethany and of course seeing more great projects from your book!!!!! I’m very excited and can’t wait to see more tomorrow 🙂
Thank you Bethany for answering my question about the needle! I am searching the web this week to find a supply for future purchase.
Question of the day: Which type of knitting hook is your favorite. I find some hooks come lose after a while and turn when you lift a loop etc. I have several kinds, but always like opinions on them from others. Never know what you might find that is useful or better than what is being used now. Thank You
Hi Bethany!! Just checking in to say hi and to clarify the Markman Farm Looms prizes & Gift Certificates.
I am offering, for any pledge, under $100.00, one entry into a drawing for a prize of looms & yarn gifts that total $100.00.
For each pledge of $100.00 or more, will receive a Markman Farm Gift Certificate, to shop at our online store, http://www.markmanfarm.com.
For each pledge made, I need a copy of the pledge, that you rec’d from Kickstarter sent to, firstname.lastname@example.org. I enter this information at my Yahoo Group Database. You may join that group at, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Markman_Looms/ .
Pledges need to be honored, that is paid. Proof of payment is sent to: email@example.com.
All prize winners pay postage for their prize. I can afford the prizes, not the postage 🙂
Prize Winners will be announced, at Markman Farm Website, Markman Looms Yahoo Group, and Markman Looms Facebook Page.
Thanks, for your participation! Bethany’s Kickstarter project, will benefit the loom knitting community with her creative patterns and knitting enthusiam, but most of all, her purpose, sense of urgency is to help charities that benefit children. We all win-win! Lynn Markman
Lynn, you are so right! 🙂 The main purpose behind the book is for the support of orphan care and adoption aid. 🙂 I very much appreciate you and all YOU do to help others! Thank you so much for the clarification of the Markman Farm drawing particulars…hugs!
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