A Cute Way To Tell Your Friends About KnitFreedom (KnitFreedom Business Cards are Here!)

One of the best compliments I hear from my students is "I tell all my friends about KnitFreedom!"

Lucky for me, I hear it a lot! I'm so grateful to you all for telling your fellow knitters about my knitting videos and video e-books. Soon the whole world will be filled with happy, inspired, Knitting Superstars!

I also often find myself telling people about KnitFreedom. It's so fun to have something original to tell people when they ask me where I work.

KnitFreedom "Mini Moo" business cards with legwarmers

"Oh, I run my own business. I teach people to knit over the Internet using videos!" And out come the business cards.

Would you like to have some of my business cards to hand out to your friends and fellow knitters?

It'll be the perfect response when they swoon over your perfect Continental-knitting tension or comment on how easily you weave in your ends or how you count your stitches so fast...

So the fun new is I just got some super-cute new Moo MiniCards in the mail and I will totally send you some.

If you are interested, shoot me an email, tell me your mailing address, and I'll mail you a little stack.

Thank you all so much for being awesome and helping me share my videos with the world!

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10 thoughts on “A Cute Way To Tell Your Friends About KnitFreedom (KnitFreedom Business Cards are Here!)”

  1. I just wanted to let you know a friend of mine that’s doesn’t currently knit, it starting because of you! She’s seen some of the cute items I’ve made since purchasing your video book and seen how easily I’ve learned complicated techniques. She went to visit her son this past weekend and he said, “Mom, you should learn to knit, it’s really trendy and all of the cool people are doing it.” It’s nice to know I’m one of the cool people thanks to you!

    1. That’s so awesome! Yeah! I’m excited I get to be a part of your friend’s knitting journey from the very beginning!

  2. I would love to pass out your cards. This is pathetic, but back when I was wanting so badly to learn to knit, I’d actually hang around in the yarn department of Walmart (only place to buy yarn at the time in our small town), in hopes that someone would come along to choose yarn, and I could ask them if they knit. It actually worked once. A lady showed me some basics w/ a couple of pencils! ;-) I know there are many out there who’ve not yet discovered you, and I’d love to introduce them to you!

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