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D.C. area book signing - TNCM
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Please excuse me for making a general announcement, but I've had too
many individual inquires to answer one at a time.
Print Run #2 of "The New Carolingian Modelbook: Counted Embroidery
Patterns from Before 1600" will be shipped starting October 15 to
people who are holding back-orders. The publisher informs me that he
will be sending inventory first to dealers, stores and those who have
placed group orders, then be filling single copy orders. He expects
to have all outstanding requests filled by the 25th.
In other news, I've been invited by a mundane needlework store to do a
book signing here in the Washington, D.C. area. The Yarn Shop in
College Park, MD (on Route 1 just past the University of Maryland
campus) is hosting this "event" on Saturday, October 28, from 12:00 to
3:00. I told them I'd be there with some of my work.
I'd like to invite any and all to drop in (with or without your
stitching). I'd be happy to sign books previously purchased, bought
that day; or just to chat about period embroidery.
I'll be bringing garb to display, but not to wear. I also hope to
round up some quasi-official SCA intro literature to help answer
If anyone needs better directions, or has a lead on who might have
flyers or other suitable written materials, please feel free to eMail
me in reply.
Standard mini disclaimer - I have no financial interest in The Yarn
Shop, other than hoping that they sell a ton of my books. :)
Again, excuse me for posting blantant commercialism. I hope that
enough SCAdians show up that we have a stitching circle full of
interest-grabbing period work, and end up finding undiscovered kindred
spirits in mundania.
-Ianthe d'Averoigne firstname.lastname@example.org