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August 20, 2011


Denise in PA

Congratulations Glenna! That is just an awesome achievement - and I can imagine how you feel. Good luck - I hope it sells a gazillion copies!! o:)


So cool, congratulations. I am forwarding this to my sisters who are knitters.


Okay. How cool is this?!?!?! Congratulations!


Congratulations on the book Glenna!!! I am so happy for you. I know you have poured your heart in this.


Congrats Glenna! The knitters on The Preemie Project board on Ravelry are super excited about your book!

Nancy in IN

I am very excited. I have it on order through Amazon. If there is a long delay I will also order it from Leisure Arts but I only wanted this and their shipping was pretty expensive.

I am very excited for you and can't wait to own this.


Thank you so much everyone! I really appreciate your passion for "our" babies and your enthusiasm!

Robin Armstrong

Your hats are wonderful. I am the volunteer director at Arkansas Children's Hospital and we have a project called Knitting for Noggins. Since 2006 we have given almost 200,000 handmade hats away. If you would like to share one of your patterns we would love to have you one of our featured designers. You can check our project out knittingfornoggins.org. I would love to give you more information on our project.


I knit for charity and can't wait to get a copy of this! The patterns will be a big hit with the hospitals I send to!


Thank you all so much! I love this little love community of knitters!

Robin--I talked to my contact with LA and she said they were working with you on that...(?)


I am really looking forward to using the patterns in this book to make donations to our local NICU in honor of my 25 week micro preemie nephew. Thank you so much for your hard work and heart in this area.


Thank you Clarissa! It's such a blessing to me in every way!


Hi Glenna,
I bought your awesome book!
I am using your basic beanie to teach pregnant and teenage moms to knit. One of my students was looking through the book and asked about the hat with the curly tassels. We couldn't find the information on how the piece actually curled. Can you please help?


Patricia--Thank you!
I love that you're teaching others to knit--that is awesome! Btw, if you could send me pics, I'd love to highlight your work (and their work!) on my other blog Knitting for the NICU (www.afridgefulloffood.typepad.com/knittingforthenicu).
The curls are easy because you don't have to do anything at all. By casting on and binding off so quickly it curls automatically. I don't know why, exactly, I just know that it works--no work! :-)

Lisa Nowka

Dear Glenna,
My daughters go to a small Christian school which has given me permission to run a charity knitting program during the students' study hall. The girls are going to learn how to knit and then use the rest of the semester to make as many preemie hats as they can. I am so excited about your book, because your basic paper bag hat will allow them to turn their very first knit strips into cute little hats!...add a couple more skills and they will be knitting "turkey feathers" (which is about the cutest pattern I've ever seen!)
Our youngest daughter was 2 months preemie so I know how much it means to parents when they walk in and see something cute on their baby. I have been making little hats for years and your pattern collection is the best I've seen. Thank you!


Thank you so much for all the kindness. I'm so excited for your group! Please keep me updated with how you guys are doing. I have another blog called Knitting for the NICU just for the knitting. Would love to feature your group sometime! The addy is www.afridgefulloffood.typepad.com/knittingforthenicu. Please keep me in the loop!

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