I’ve written this post specifically to answer any questions you might have about our Knitting Season club (which will open for subscriptions on Friday, 5pm GMT). There’s quite a lot of detail here, so do take your time reading, and if there’s something I’ve not covered, feel free to post a comment and I’ll endeavour to reply.

When is the club happening? How long will it last?
The Knitting Season club will start on January 11th, and run over 12 weeks.

What happens in those twelve weeks?
There’s a pattern release every Friday (in the form of an individual pattern download delivered directly to your Ravelry library) and you’ll also receive an article / essay every Sunday (delivered to your inbox). At the end of the club, you’ll receive two printed books (shipped to any address worldwide). (More about the books below)

How many patterns are there?
Knitting Season is a collection of 13 individual patterns: 8 garments (including a dress); and 5 accessories / items for the home (including a blanket).

What projects will the club include?
The Knitting Season projects are quite varied, with each one speaking in a different way to the club’s central theme of exploring the creative process. Some projects do this by working with a new technique; by experimenting with a novel construction method; by mashing up two different techniques to create something a little different, or by encouraging the knitter to play in their own way with scale, colour, or different kinds of inspiration. There are a few small, simple projects (which knitters of all abilities will find absorbing) and larger projects (some of which might take a few weeks to complete, or others that are more involving and might be enjoyed over a much longer term). There’s also a big collaborative project (which I hope you will find inspiring). You don’t have to knit everything. Some of these projects may not interest you at all. That’s ok. The idea of the club is for you to explore a few ideas, and participate in a way that you enjoy – whether you want to relax and knit something very straightforward, to engage with some interesting new techniques, to make something you really want to wear, to work with your friends to create something amazing, or to take on a bigger knitting challenge.

Which yarns are used?
There are a variety of yarns and yarn weights used in Knitting Season . I’ve written the patterns for Milarrochy Tweed (fingering / 4 ply); Buachaille (sport / DK) and our completely new (heavier-weight) KDD yarn – but you can, of course, knit any of the projects in any yarn of your choice). The new KDD yarn will be released at the beginning of February and will feature in three club projects.

Can you say anything else about the new KDD yarn?
No. It’s a surprise.

What other benefits are there to being in the club?
*There are two types of subscription – standard and limited edition.
*We have a fixed number of “limited edition” subscriptions available, as part of which you will receive a bundle of items (including the Knitting Season Journal) at a special price (posted out before the club begins) in addition to everything that’s included in a standard subscription.
*For the twelve week duration of the club, all members receive a 10% discount on any purchase from the KDD shop.
*All members also receive an ebook and print book of the Knitting Season pattern collection (shipped to any address worldwide at the conclusion of the club).
*All members will also receive a separate printed book, focusing on the club’s central theme of creative exploration (shipped together with the pattern collection to any address worldwide, and more of which below).

Hang on – we get two different books as part of the club?
That’s right. The Knitting Season collection has a particular internal coherence that makes sense to produce as a single book. The second book is a fun, practical (and, I hope, eminently readable) guide to different approaches to creativity, illustrated by Tom, and written by me (and from which you’ll receive extracts, every Sunday, during the club). The aim of this book is to bust some common myths about the creative process (propagated by everyone from art schools to business gurus) and to remove some of the pressure (and preciosity) surrounding ideas of creative making. I promise that this book will not bombard you with decontextualised “inspiring” quotations, banal positive thinking mantras, or complicated exercises that are meant to change the way you do things. But in this book you will find approachable and enjoyable chapters that may help you reflect on – and relax into – your own approach to making stuff, all of which are bound together by a governing idea of creativity that’s both practical and inclusive. This book’s title is Do Nothing: A Counterintuitive Guide to Creative Making.

I’ve been really enjoying working on this book at the same time as I’ve been creating and making the designs included in the Knitting Season collection. So in a very particular way, Knitting Season encapsulates how the two halves of my creative process – the writer and the designer – work in parallel, communicate with, and inform one another.

OK – the nitty gritty – how much do these things cost?

*Limited Edition Subscription bundle includes Milarrochy Tweed sampler pack (15 skeins; 1 of each shade); Knitting Season 8oz canvas project bag; Knitting Season journal and KDD pencil; 12 weekly pattern releases; 12 weekly essays; print book and ebook of Knitting Season pattern collection; print book of Do Nothing; 10% discount in KDD shop for club duration; shipping of 2 parcels (one at the beginning of the club, and one at its conclusion) to any address worldwide – and costs £100. The number of available subscriptions to this bundle are, as its name suggests, limited.

*Standard subscription includes 12 weekly pattern releases; 12 weekly essays; print book and ebook of Knitting Season pattern collection; print book of Do Nothing; 10% discount in KDD shop for club duration; shipping of one parcel (including both books, at the conclusion of the club) to any address worldwide – at a cost of £40. The number of standard subscriptions available is unlimited. You can also decide to take out a standard subscription to the club at any time: in January, half way through the club duration, or right at the end, if you like, and you’ll still receive all benefits.

*Standard subscribers may also choose to add the Knitting Season Journal and KDD pencil to their subscription at a cost of £20 plus shipping.

*If you do not wish to subscribe to the club at all, you will also be able to purchase the Knitting Season Journal independently in the KDD shop as a completely separate item.

What can I knit with the yarn in the limited edition bundle?
Knitting Season includes three projects (released in weeks 5 and 6) which, if you choose to knit them, can use every last skein and strand of the yarn included in the subscription bundle. That said, no one is telling you how to knit, or what to do with your yarn . . .so you might choose this subscription option simply to get a great price on 15 skeins of yarn, with which you can knit several hats from our Milarrochy Heids collection, plus one of the club projects. It’s worth saying that the Limited Edition subscription bundle is a really good deal and represents a huge saving on purchasing all of its components separately (which is one reason why we’ve had to make it limited!).

So when can I subscribe?
Limited edition and standard subscriptions will go on sale in the KDD shop at 5pm GMT Friday, December 7th. The Knitting Season journal will also be available to buy at this time.

Knitting Season is different to what we’ve done with our club in previous years – but in a really exciting way. I can’t wait to show you what I’ve spent much of the past year designing!

I hope this post makes everything clear, and answers any questions you may have. If there is anything else you need to know, pop a query in the comments box. Thank you!

142 thoughts on “Knitting Season

  1. I know I can’t have either money can’t stretch to that expense anymore though I did I admit DROOOOOOOOOOOL a lot…..but cheering you all that have the subs especially the limited……I wish you all great joy in your makes……………….xx

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  2. I don’t understand how it can be in my basket, by the time shipping details were filled out, the basket emptied itself and all the details were gone as well. I do understand that you can only have a limited number especially with print runs and wool stocks on hand, so I will be joining in the fun with a standard subscription before it begins in January.
    Love your products and your blogs. All the best Kate, Tom, Mel, Jane, Bruce and Bobby.

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    1. Sue, the same happened to me – I was so disappointed but I have subscribed to the standard for £40 – bought the book for £20 and the yarn for £70 so it has just cost me £30 more which I feel is still reasonable 😊😊

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  3. So disappointed. Literally could not get away from the stove (I am a Chef) to log in for the Limited Edition. Noticed there was a “wish list” option. Could you possibly be offering more at a future date???

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  4. I’m in Alaska. 5 pm is 8 am our time. I got up early, logged on to my account and waited. Credit card in hand, I waited and was rewarded!! I am super excited!! It feels like I won the lottery. Feel so badly for those that did not win that lottery this morning. Next time!! Thank you Kate for this exciting opportunity!

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    1. Is the standard subscription a one time payment? Disregard my previous comment wrote edition by mistake instead of subscription.

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  5. Soooo excited:) (But also feeling quite priviledged now seeing so many missed out) The time difference here meant setting the alarm for 3am. Of course, just like when I need to get up for the airport early, I didn’t really get to sleep in case I missed the alarm. After spending a good 5 minutes or so trying to find the link with no success it dawned on me – we are currently in daylight saving time and I would have to wait another hour!!! That would have to be one of the longest hours in my life, but so glad that I did it. Early to bed tonight! Thanks Kate for the opportunity, I am really looking forward to each instalment. Cheers, Sharron

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  6. I really don’t quite understand-I was in last year’s club and purchased the yarn. I was so ready and excited to get the new Limited Club this year with it’s perks-I figured out the World Time Converter from Scotland to the Midwest, US. I was at work and opened the website at 11:05am am and it was “out of stock”. Is there any way you can add anymore? I really wanted all of it-

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  7. So disappointed – I got up at 3.30am (5pm GMT), I actually had it “in the bag”, by the time all the shipping details were filled in, I pressed “pay with credit card” button and hey presto – the basket emptied and my details were cleared! Gah! That was at 3.44am, can’t believe it sold out so quickly!
    No, I should have known that, because it offers incredible value for money.
    Still, will get an unlimited subscription in a couple of weeks, that too seems good value for money.
    Don’t ‘spouse you’ve found a spare one Kate for a disappointed South Aussie? Pretty please with sugar on top? 😉

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  8. I was clicking on PayPal and it grayed out! I clicked back to check the order and it was listed as out of stock! It was about 4 mins past the hour. So I ordered the standard and the journal. Oh well. Still I am looking forward to the patterns and essays! Thanks for this creative theme!

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  9. Hello Kate,
    it sounds wonderful! I’m especially looking forward to reading the Do Nothing book, I find “behind the scenes”-themed texts by artists and creative people very enriching and for me you are one of the most inspiring creators. I would certainly not expect any “decontextualised “inspiring” quotations or banal positive thinking mantras” from you but still this information made me even more certain this is exactly the book I need! My question is: will the club weekly essays/articles be reprinted in the book(s) or are they going to be completely different, “bonus” texts? I think the WHW club was more like the former and the Islay club was more like the latter if I remember them correctly so I’m wondering if I might miss anything by just ordering the book(s) some day later without being part of the club. (I have to plan my expenses more carefully this year…) Thank you and congratulations on being so amazingly productive this year!

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  10. Okay…hope I’m reading this right…subscription comes available today at 5pm GMT. Sooooo excited. Hubs and I totally enjoyed last years. Though I haven’t knit a things from it. I’ll jump on the band wagon again. Cuz creativity should not be stressful but enjoyable and that’s what I’m aiming for this upcoming year, starting now!

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  11. I was too late at 5.10pm to get the Limited Edition! Really disappointed but … you can’t win them all! Still have all your wonderful books and I love reading your blogs!

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  12. Love looking forward to your club each year. not sure i can afford the limited sub this year (had to move after 12 years and after losing on four houses had to move to an apartment and still recovering financially)

    i would like to comment on a design element on the club pages … i love the design of your website however the VERY light grey text for the descriptions of items is really hard to read – this is on any of my four monitors and any of my chromebooks and apple mobile devices. could you make that text a BIT darker?

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    1. I completely agree. The pale grey text is most difficult to read, both on a monitor and an iPad. This darker grey is readable. And there is much good to read!

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  13. So happy — I managed to order the Limited Edition subscription. This club is coming at just the right time — the theme on creativity is what I need because mine is currently at low ebb. Thanks so much Kate and all the rest of you wonderful KDD folks! This will be an exhilarating!

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  14. Flipping heck, Kate – too late to join! Was hoping to keep occupied this winter as husband died in 0ctober still will be enjoying blog!

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  15. Dear Kate Davies
    Thank you for this opportunity in receiving something special .
    How very disappointed I was though not to make the Limited Edition Subscription, It was available when I started filling out the ordering information. While I was writing delivery and paying information I got the message that it was sold out. Well, well I am not very quick on the keyboard so I have to take what I get. I have written myself down to a waiting list, and ended up signing up for the 40 pound package. I look forward to receiving that.
    All the best with this wonderful project
    Greetings from Iceland,
    Eyglo Gisladottir

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  16. Mission accomplished – Hurrah! Very much looking forward to this and fingers crossed the recent strike by Canada Post does not delay arrival.
    I’ve never written to you before, Kate, but just want to say how much I enjoy reading your posts, for the knitting, of course, but also for your uplifting words and insights on life. Thank you.
    p.s. I love your “new” hair – it so brings out your lovely eyes.

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  17. So disappointed to miss out on the limited edition knitting season. I was online at 5pm and could not get the page to load until 5.09 pm when it was sold out! 😭

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  18. I am sooo disappointed – this subscription was in my basket but by the time i filled in all the details to purchase … it was gone. How can this happen. Please Kate can you add another one more …..

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    1. Same happened to me . We should have been given enough time to complete our purchases once in the basket they should have been reserved for a tim 5 minutes not enough time to complete the process. Please add some more

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  19. I set my alarm to make sure I didn’t forget at the end of the working week. Hoorah. Can’t wait for the first instalment. Thanks to all for keeping it exciting

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    1. Deeply disappointed – just spent an hour on the website refreshing and looking for the knitting season club, but couldn’t find it. Only after someone mentioned searching for it, I searched and of course, now everything is gone. Very, very disappointed!!!

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      1. I had the same problem. I had a hard time finding where/how to purchase the club even though I made sure I looked at the correct time. These types of limited offers are very discouraging, especially if you work and can’t time it just perfectly.

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        1. Josephine, I agree with you about purchasing a[ a “special” time. There are a number of sites in the US that do this and it was so frustrating, I just gave up on their yarn altogether And some of us do not work at a computer screen. I love Kate’s designs and yarn so much! I hope this will not be a regular occurrence. I did get the regular subscription and the book. Looking to order a heid kit. Still a loyal fan.

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    1. gah! I missed it. despite lurking on the shop since 1655… I couldn’t find it until I hit upon searching for ‘knitting season’ and by then (1712) it was out of stock! Impressive. Next time… sigh…

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  20. I have travelled a lot, across the globe, of the beaten track and you find makers everywhere, at the most remote places (especially there I’d say, outvof necessity). But somehow, of all places I have been, the makers spirit was even more apparent in Scotland. I found it everywhere. In the crofting and crafting, the food, the drinks, the approach to nature. Don’t know if it is because of the landscape or something in the Scottish soul but I’ll suscribe and see what it teaches me. Thank you Kate because you give us more than just designs.

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  21. Looks brilliant. I particularly loved this sentence – “I promise that this book will not bombard you with decontextualised “inspiring” quotations, banal positive thinking mantras, or complicated exercises that are meant to change the way you do things.” Sounds like such a good club.

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  22. This is going to be nerve wracking to see if I can qualify for a limited edition subscription….especially with the time change. Sounds wonderful. Joanie

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  23. Dear Kate,
    This sounds fantastic! I haven’t joined your club before, and I am not on Ravelry, so I have a question:
    Do I have to have a Ravelry account to join this club, or can I receive the patterns in my mailbox?
    Will there be a Ravelry group for this club? (if that is how Ravelry works?) – in other words: Will I miss out on something if I don’t join Ravelry?
    Just want to make sure so that I can be ready for 5 pm tomorrow!
    Best wishes,
    Marianne

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  24. Dear Kate Davies
    Greetings from Iceland
    I am absolutly thrilled to take part in this latest club of KDD Design.
    I have enjoyed knitting from previous books and took part in the last club, with all the wonderful scottish names.
    I have mostly used icelandic and faroese yarns for the knitting projects but am excited to try your Millarochy yarn if I am lucky enough to make the Limited Edition Subscription.
    I will be at the computer at 5 pm tomorrow.
    Thank you for your inspirational projects and encouraging blog-posts.
    Eyglo Gisladottir

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  25. Ooooooooooh, very excited but anxious to get my hands on one of the limited edition kits before they all sell out. This will be a major challenge as I’m running a marathon tomorrow and may not get home until after 5pm……………….will have to run extra fast then!!! ps love that dress Kate x

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        1. Or rather a marathOn done! Still ridiculously over-excited to have bagged the Limited Edition and the thought of missing out certainly made me run faster Kate xxx

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  26. I just don’t know how you can offer all of the for the price!! I am looking at yarn clubs as a way to curb my yarn spending (yes…I have a serious problem!!) and some of them are really not offering a whole lot of value. This one, though…I just have so much admiration for you. You are a woman of true principles and your dedication to creativity is just astounding. Thanks so much for offering us this wonderful insight into your creative process. I would like to ask how many places are available in the Limited Club? Although I will be anxiously waiting at 5pm tomorrow to purchase mine, I want to try to estimate what the odds are that they will sell out within 5 seconds! I guess there’s one advantage to being on GMT…

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  27. I’m all about the dress. I’ve been wanting to make one for some time. I noticed one you were wearing in a recent picture. If that’s the one, it’s beautiful!

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  28. Dear Kate, This has been such a productive year for you I hope you have some time for yourself to breathe. I will be looking forward to the club very much .Thank you for the promise of post Christmas light and joy and wool too of course. Alison

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    1. If you click on the group heading in ravelry search for Kate Davies (love). Click on it to open and then click the join button. You can then find it in your forums section…that will be on the top of your home page to the right. Kate has some really wonderful moderators who help lead the discussions on the various patterns and topics.

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  29. Can’t wait will be a wonderful Christmas/Birthday present to myself. Now the question is do I get up at 3am Saturday morning even though I have a full days work? Get the feeling might have to give the limited edition a miss this year :-(

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  30. Filled with anticipation but have some questions. Received 12 skeins of Milarrochy in West Highland Way Club. Are the skeins the same size and colors of those received in the West Highland Way Club plus 3 new colors? Does the journal come with a pencil holder? Are copies of and patterns in the Heids book part of either club?

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    1. Hi Victoria, Milarrochy Heids is a completely separate project; pencil is separate, not in a holder; skeins are all 15 shades in the palette – so yes, the 12 you’ve tried already plus the 3 released this year.

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  31. Me: no, I’m not going to bother – I’ve got way too much yarn anyway and too many ideas already.
    Me (five minutes later): Who I am kidding, of course I’m going to bother.

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  32. This is so exciting, and just what I need to jump start my creativity in the new year. I’m looking forward to hearing what you have to say about doing nothing! (And super thankful that my mum is getting me the club for Xmas!)

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  33. One more question–if the club starts on Jan 11th, for the limited edition, when are the yarns sent out? I will be out of town from Dec 29th through Feb 1st with good internet connection and these projects and the support will be fun to do in that time period. Of course, being back home will be ok too.

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  34. One thing I’d love to learn is short rows. Do any of the projects have short rows? And I’d love some help on stranded knitting which I do a lot of but haven’t mastered using both hands yet. Would there be some help with that?

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    1. One of the first projects in the club features a short row method, which is simple and easy to accomplish. There are several stranded projects, and no ‘right’ way to strand (many knitters strand with both yarns in their right or left hands, rather than using both). As a first step, you might like to join the KDD Ravelry group, where we will be providing support and help for each project as the club unfolds.

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  35. Hi Kate,

    I love your designs and aesthetics!! As a male knitter who knits mostly for men, I’m curious if any of the patterns will be objects that were designed for men?

    Thanks,
    Keith

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    1. Keith – I have to be honest and say that there are no projects specifically designed for men in the club . . . though you are of course welcome to knit any or all of them! Our “Inspired by Islay” book (have you seen that?) has several patterns in it which I designed with men in mind – Carraig Fhada Vest, Ardmore gansey, Dunyvaig scarf, and Shore Street hat.

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  36. I’m so excited! I loved last year’s club, knitting Strathendrick, Myrtle, and The Observatory, all of which get worn regularly, and Coinneach is still on my TO DO list. My husband is going to give me this year’s subscription as a Christmas present. I have just received the Heids book – it’s even more beautiful than I thought it would be, with such great detail in the photos. And I’ve ordered the packs to make two of the Heids over Christmas. I would like to knit ALL the Heids, but I’m sure I’ll want to knit most of the patterns you’ve got waiting for us in the New Year. All this is a preamble to: How do you do it? The time taken to dream, imagine, invent, design, knit, write patterns, test knit, write essays, and to produce – not one, not two, not three, but six books (I’ve included the journal, West Highland Way, Milarrochy Heids, and Handywoman) for us knitters beggars belief. You are an inspiration to us all. Thank you, Kate, for all the pleasure you give us.

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    1. Hi Marjorie, you can pay with any debit or credit card, except American express. The payments are processed ‘by’ a paypal gateway, but you don’t need to have a paypal account, nor do paypal store your details (its like using Sage or Worldpay or other payment gateways)

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  37. As much as I love yarn and patterns, I am very interested in exploring the creative process. For the first time, I find myself really wanting to join a “club” and trying to work out a plan.
    Thank you for creating this!

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  38. Yippee!!! Can hardly wait for Friday! I am hoping to snag an limited edition subscription. Hmm 5 pm your time is, let’s see,….11 a.m. in New York?

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  39. All I could think of when you describe the book on the creative process is YES!!! I am so happy it is not going to be full of trite inspirational quotes! I absolutely love your yarn and it really does knit up light as a feather and very warm. Your designs and essays are worth every penny. But I am especially interested in the creative process. My inner artistic soul is so happy right now with anticipation. I imagine 5PM in Scotland is 12 noon EST. I will have PayPal at the ready!!!

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  40. I cannot wait for this lift of colour and patterns. I know what my Christmas money will be buying. Kate ive just recieved Milarrochy Heids. Beutiful wait for my yarn pack to arrice from you to start Sambucus. Very excited x Have a fun filled Christmas to you and Tom x

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  41. If the knitting journal is purchased on Friday, 12/7, when will it be shipped? Would it be available for Christmas gifting?
    I am excited for this club, after thoroughly enjoying West Highland Way last year!

    Sandy

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  42. I’ve got a Gumbyhead question but want to make sure I understand correctly. I’ve participated in subscriptions with a bi-monthly fee. Is the cost you’ve listed (which I think will be about $127 US) a one-time fee? I’m having a hard time believing that is possible because of all that is offered in the club.

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  43. Hi Kate
    I’m not a knitter but I avidly read your blog and books because I love the way you write and I’m very interested in your ideas on creativity – so my question is, is it possible to buy the Do Nothing book on its own? No worries if not, obviously :)
    Caroline

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  44. I’m so excited for this. It’s been a horrible year (cancer diagnosis and treatment) and I’m currently stuck at home after major surgery that means I can’t do much for the next few months so I really need things to look forward to each week, and what could be better than your gorgeous patterns? I’m a bit short on cash but will be investing what I have in the limited run (if I can get one before they sell out!) so I get the full package. Wool and books are the things that make me happiest in life so this is ideal! Thanks for finding a way to lift the winter gloom Kate x

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    1. Hi Kate, really sorry to hear about the treatment and hope you’ll enjoy the club. I particularly enjoy the club each year as a way of getting through the winter, and I have many things to say about making things as a way of managing ill health and recovery.

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      1. I was reading ‘Handywoman’ while recovering from my first surgery and so much of what you said chimed with how I felt at the time, although our circumstances were very different. Knitting has long been my haven from stressful times and I’ve used it a lot during my recent treatment as an escape and as reassurance that I am still capable despite feeling so diminished. My recent surgery has left me only able to knit in short bursts as I’ve been told to keep repetitive tasks to a minimum but I’m hoping by Jan I’ll be back to full knitting capability!

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  45. Looks absolutely wonderful. My question is: are you planning to put the two books on sale in your shop after the club has finished? Thank you!

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  46. Sounds amazing! Can’t wait. One question, you say the limited edition one includes 15 skeins of the milarrochy tweed, how big are the skeins? Thanks

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      1. Oh wow so an entire ball of each! So exciting. Thanks for the reply. I honestly don’t know how you find the time to do everything you do and be so creative.

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  47. This is amazing; my calendar is marked! (And my daughter informed about a Christmas gift I’d love.)

    Just one clarification – if you get a standard subscription and add the Journal, it’s the same as buying the Journal with no subscription, right? You pay shipping and it ships right away?

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  48. I am hoping to get the limited edition subscription for my daughter-in-law. What information will I need to have at hand so that 1) I can pay for it and 2) she can receive it? We are both on Ravelry and I would ideally use PayPal. This is a very exciting venture!

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    1. Hi Carol – Paypal is fine. You’ll see a space at checkout to enter your daughter-in-law’s Ravelry username (to ensure she gets the patterns added to her library) and her shipping address (for her club bundles) . If you need to check anything after you’ve made your purchase, just send us an email: info@katedaviesdesigns.com

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