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Morehouse Farm Debuts First Instructional Book For Knitting on Amazon
Beloved Morehouse Farm releases first book on Amazon, Morehouse Farm Critter Knits, providing a collection of easy-to-knit critter accessories for animal lovers young and old.
By: Morehouse Farm
Released in early September of this year, it’s no surprise that the popular Morehouse Farm Critter Knits reached three number one spots on Amazon’s book listing for knitting. The book, which is available for only $9.99 on Kindle, has already garnered a perfect 5 stars from previous customers. This is also one of the free kindle books for Amazon prime members, allowing instant download through the kindle app.
Individuals can turn theity into a fun-filled adventure with Morehouse Farm Critter Knits, and learn how to knit a scarf, hat, mittens, and more shaped like animals.
There is no need to have advanced or experienced knitting skills at all to enjoy this product. All they need is just basic knitting skills and a few skeins of colorful yarn. The book includes step-by-step knitting instructions and is written in easy-to-understand English. As an added benefit, it is completely void of the usual knitting abbreviations or cryptic symbols. Each page is packed full of knitting tips to add originality and inspiration, allowing each project to be truly unique in it’s own way.
A verified Amazon buyer, Jane raves about her purchase of this book in her online review stating, “Margrit Loher's knitting patterns are the most imaginative I have ever found and I have been a knitter for decades. Her "critter knits" are especially enchanting and having lots of them gathered in one volume is an absolute delight. The book has clear instructions, creative tips and colorful illustrations. Children will all love these critter knits, as well as any adult with a sense of humor.”
For 30 years, Founder Margrit Lohrer has been the principal designer for Morehouse Farm Merino Knits, a Merino farm and yarn company located in the Hudson River Valley, New York. She lives and works at the farm together with her husband and lots of furry, feathery and wooly critters. Morehouse Farm’s contribution to America’s Merino sheep industry has been recognized by the New York Times, Forbes Magazine, the American Sheep Industry Association, and major TV stations across the country. Publications such as Martha Stewart Living, Country Living, and others have also written about the popularity of Morehouse Farm Merino Wool.
For media inquires regarding Morehouse Farm please contact Margrit Lohrer at 1-888-495-6565 or via email at Merino@MorehouseFarm.com. To learn more about her book or to purchase, please visit: http://www.morehousefarm.com/