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A NYC Weekend-Ebook Sales from this Pattern Book Go to Hurricane Sandy Relief

Thank you all so much for those who have already purchased some of my patterns for Hurricane Sandy Relief. All proceeds are going to World Vision to help with the relief efforts in the tri-state area!

The offer for the earlier patterns has expired so we have just launched an ebook called A NYC Weekend featuring patterns that would not only be great to donate to those affected by Hurricane Sandy but also great for everyone on your gift list. The yarn used is NY owns Lion Brand Yarn Company.

The ebook includes 9 great patterns and including both knitting and crochet patterns.
Knitting Patterns:
1) Central Park Knitted Cowl
2) Opening Day Baseball Cap
3) White as Snow Scarf
4) Rockefeller Center Ever-Warmer

Crochet Patterns:
1) Central Park Cowl Crochet Version
2) A Walk in the Park Hat
3) Union Square Brim Hat
4) His Brim Hat
5) Weekend Scarf

We hope that you enjoy our new ebook. It is a great way to give to the Hurricane Relief effort. Great to give as a gift to your favorite stitcher this holiday season as well!

All proceeds from the sale of the ebook goes to World Vision for Hurricane Relief until December 1, 2012.

Here is the link to the ebook on Ravelry
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/a-nyc-weekend

We would love to hear more opportunities for stitchers that are giving back for Hurricane Sandy Relief!

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About East End Home Arts

I am a knitter, crocheter and craft enthusiast. I have an etsy shop www.eastendhomeartts.etsy.com and am also on twitter @eastendhomearts and dont forget to follow me on pinterest

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