Changes to Trading Post order form

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The changes are only to the checkout process. There are now 4 steps to checking out your order, once you’ve chosen your items:

1. View cart
2. Select postal region
3. Confirm you’re happy to pay the postal charges
4. Checkout your order on the PayPal site

I hope it makes things easier for you, but – as ever – Matt is on hand to help you with any queries. Just email him and he’ll try to answer you within 24 hours (but not on weekends!).

That’s all for now!

Anne”

How do I get a subscription for the US?
Liz Arthur
2009-03-02 13:25:04
I am having huge trouble in login in as l keep getting a message saying that l can’t use my e-mail address this makes no sense to me.

Kind regards Sue Brown

Susie B
2009-02-23 16:09:35
I have just registered and logged in with no problems at all. I love your magazine. Long may it continue.

Best Regards

Avril Kirk

esme48
2009-02-23 18:45:44
Hi Sue
If you email me at technicalsupport@machineknittingmonthly.net with more details of your problem I’ll help you sort the problem out.

Thanks
Matt

communicatedesign
2009-02-24 14:28:04
thank you very much
imma
2009-03-05 10:17:23
Hi Liz
All of our products in Trading Post show prices for UK customers. Simply add items to your cart and then when you check out you’ll be asked to select your postal region and the shipping costs will be added then.

I hope that makes sense.

Best wishes
Matt

communicatedesign
2009-03-02 13:28:25

How was your New Year?

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The exhibitor list is looking good and new additions this month are Carl Boyd coming along with his new patterns and Jane Woodward back in her usual classroom. As we’ve mentioned, Carl is working on a new collection and you may also remember that Jane was on holiday last year and couldn’t make it. She’s back this year with Wendy’s help and the sleeved wrap featured on page 35 is the first of Wendy’s designs for MKM. It’s been much admired, so we snapped it up for the magazine. You can belt it, button it, pin in or let it drape into soft folds and points. It’s a very flattering shape to cover all manner of ‘lumps and bumps’ and the length takes it well past any ‘thunder thighs’!

When I went to the Isle of Wight last autumn, I spent a lovely morning with the Newchurch Knitters. Jan’s coffee and cake went down a treat and Linda showed me lots of her designs. Amongst the goodies was a pile of Tan-o’-shanter hats, which she makes by the dozen for young and old alike. The pattern is ever so easy and you can add a brim or pon-pon if you wish. Best of all, they can be knitted from any oddments and take next-to-no-time. The base of the hat needs to be picked up on a circular needle for eight rows of garter stitch but you can vary the number of stitches you pick up, to fit different head sizes. It’s a fabulous pattern I’m sure you’ll want to cut out and keep.

As the days get longer, spring will soon be here and the cover girl on our latest issue (February 2009) wears a lovely jacket from Anne Baker knitted in Charlotte, from Chris Brennan. It’s very soft yet holds its shape beautifully and, when knitted in Fair Isle, makes a gorgeous warm garment. You can use Anne’s stitch pattern, or chose one of the hundreds you must have stored away. If haven’t used Charlotte before, raid Chris’ stand at Machine Knitting LIVE! (Sorry, he doesn’t do mail order.) At his knock down prices, every cone will be a bargain!

How was your Christmas and New Year break, and what are your plans for the New Year? Let me know by leaving a comment!

All the best
Anne