Centenary Stitches Nominated for an Award

Northern Lace Press’s book of World War 1 knitting patterns has been nominated for Best British Knitting Book in the Best of British Knitting Awards 2015.

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It is a huge honour to have been nominated, especially as the book was published by a small press, not one of the major players.

But now we need your help!

The award is voted for by members of the public. That means YOU (and all your friends!)


Over 100 people were involved with the project, putting in thousands of hours work. It would be great if we could make a good showing.

To vote, click here. You need to vote for other categories too, but that should be easy enough! Jamison and Smith were one of the companies who gave us yarn for the project, so a vote for them would not go amiss!!

I would be very grateful if you would vote, and tell all your friends and relations about it.  If you haven’t seen the book, there are more details on the Northern Lace Press website here.  Thank you.

The last day for voting is 5th September.


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