I had to post this. It’s a great deal on craft books and you can make all those fiber projects you have been lusting after…now that’s indie spirit!
Interweave Announces Hurt Book and Overstock Sale
Sale starts July 8, 2008; Shop online for 50–75 percent off your favorite craft books
Loveland, Colo., July 8, 2008, 1 p.m. MDT: Interweave announced today its annual, highly anticipated hurt book and overstock sale, beginning today at 1 p.m. MDT at http://www.hurtbooksale.com. More than 100 craft books will be deeply discounted and sold online only on a first-come basis until July
18 or until supplies last.
This is a great time to pick up bargains on both hardbound and softbound books about beading, jewelry making, knitting, crocheting, felting, spinning, weaving, needlework, sewing, mixed-media and other popular crafts.
Hurt books are still in good condition but imperfect in quality and have minor dings such as a scratch on the cover or a bent page. New this year to the sale will be a search engine for sorting books by title or subject and a ticker that will count down the quantity available of some of the most sought-after
Other sought-after titles to be marked down for the sale include Knit Kimono and The Knitter’s Companion by Vicki Square, Crochet Me by Kim Werker, and Mastering Beadwork by Carol Huber Cypher. Very limited quantities of some of Interweave’s latest releases are also available including 49 Sensational Skirts by Alison Willoughby, Step By Step Jewelry Workshop by Nicola Hurst and Double Stitch by Erika and Monika Simmons.
Hurt and overstock books cannot be combined with normal products at check- out and phone orders will not be accepted. All sales are final and books are nonrefundable. This sale is for online customers only and no phone orders will be accepted.