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Upcoming Blog Tour: IMagical Seasons by Anna Koval



Imagical Seasons - Crochet Couture for Kids 2-12/Spring 2015 AND Imagical Seasons - Crochet Couture for Kids 2-12/Summer 2015.  These books are adorable and whimsical and perfect for the crocheter who loves making custom children crochet garments and accessories.  The books will be available for pre-order mid-June and will officially go on sale early July, Etsy being one of several sites where they can be purchased.

Return here on July 15 to read my complete review during the Blog Tour of the first two volumes for Spring and Summer. Below is a complete schedule of the talented bloggers who are participating on the tour. Check in often to read varying takes on the books, chances to win prizes and in-depth interviews of the author, Alla Koval!

Alla Koval Blog Tour 2015

July 13:  Knitting and Crochet - Amy Solovay
http://knittingandcrochet.net/

July 14:  Faina’s Knitting Mode – Faina Goberstein
http://fainasknittingmode.com/blog

July 15: Crochet Queen: Royal Ramblings – Gwen Blakley Kinsler

July 16:  Crochet Concupiscence – Kathryn Vercillo

July 17:  Petals to Picots - Kara Gunza

July 18:  Stylish Knits – Simona Dest Merchant

July 19:  Craft Gossip – Sarah E. White

July 20:  Positively Crochet – Mary Jane Hall

July 21:  Magic with Hook and Needles - Vendula Maderska

July 22:  Cute Crochet – Jocelyn Sass
http://crochetcafe.blogspot.com/

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