Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Broken Circle: Behind the Scenes With the Photo Shoot Crew

Yesterday we wrapped up our photo shoot for the Broken Circle Companion Pattern Book.  One of our web guys came along to give you some behind the scenes shots plus a short video.This was a full day shoot at 4

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The Broken Circle Photo Shoot Day One

Our first day shooting the photos for the The Broken Circle Companion Pattern Book took place at The Merlin Tree, a spinning wheel shop in West Glover, Vermont. Owners Dave and Cathy Paul  have a seven acre compound that looks like it could have

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Taking Photos in Beautiful Vermont

Here’s a sneak peek from our photo shoot-Indigo Rose’s Fingerless Gloves. Some of the patterns from Book 1 of the Potluck Yarn Trilogy will be available on the Supersock Store Labor Day Sale, including the Potluck Hat pattern for our

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What do you do about writer’s block?

Last week, someone on Twitter asked me, “What do you do about writer’s block?” Before I wrote for business, I used to think there was such a thing as writer’s block.  Now I know better.  In fact, a few years

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Author Cheryl Potter Answers Potluck Yarn Trilogy Pre-order Questions

What are the advantages to Pre-ordering Book One of the Potluck Yarn Trilogy? When you pre-order The Broken Circle: Tales of the Knitting Witches with The Broken Circle Companion Pattern Book you get both for one price which is 30% off retail. We also

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Potluck Hats Knit Along

We just got the first set of Potluck Hats back from our sample knitters at The Knitter’s Edge, the shop of JoAnne Turcotte, who is the inspration for the character Smokey Jo. These hats are perfect for our first Knitalong–they

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