Spud & Chloe at the Farm Blog Tour and Book Giveaway!
Get ready for a barnyard full of homespun fun, while you follow along on the Spud & Chloe at the Farm Blog Tour. Get to know the author, Susan B. Anderson, and her inspiration for the designs in this charming book. 

Don’t forget to stop by on April 29th to read my interview with the author, and your chance to win a FREE copy of the book!

The characters in Spud & Chloe at the Farm come alive through a fun knitting adventure, and as we knit and read along, we discover more about Spud, who is an introverted and lovable sheep, and about Chloe, his perky owner.

In addition to the many farm characters, there is also a collection of playful farm props, including a picket fence, bales of hay, dainty baskets and even a three-sided foldable barn.

All patterns are featured in a newly released line of all-natural and machine-washable wool and cotton-blend yarn from Blue Sky Alpacas’ Spud & Chloe collection.

The tour kicks off tomorrow, April 12th and continues through June 7th. Be sure to bookmark the tour schedule below so you don’t miss a single day!

Check out this adorable video of Spud & Chloe at the Farm.
The Tour Schedule: 

April 12, YARN THING podcast with Marlaina “Marly” Bird—LIVE at 11am CT!

April 13, KNITBOT, by Hannah Fettig
Find out how to win the book here: http://twitter.com/artisanbooks
April 20, Kristin Nicholas’ GETTING-STITCHED-ON-THE-FARM
April 29, SPLENDID STICKS, a new site by Kara Gott Warner
April 30, READY, SET, KNIT! podcast with Kathy and Steve Elkins
June 1, NEVER NOT KNITTING podcast with Alana Dakos and blog
June 7, PETITE PURLS—Summer Issue!

See you on the tour!

5 Responses to Spud & Chloe at the Farm Blog Tour and Book Giveaway!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow! This is too cute! I haven't seen all the characters yet, so far my favorite is Spud. I will be making this entire set as I MUST have this for the grandchildren to play with at Grandpa & Grandma's house when they come! Thank you,Susan, for sharing your talent by creating this book and toys and sharing it with us. Sincerely, Cathy Smihula. Happycathy@live.com

  2. Anonymous says:

    Those animals are darling! What a fun thing to knit with all my leftover yarn.

  3. Madi Nayar says:

    Never tried knitting toys & I love to try knitting these beautiful creatures:)!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I can't wait to get my hands on this book! My needles will be quite busy knitting all the characters up, I'm sure, as I have two daughters who just love animals. Making the Farm set would thrill them to no end! Thank you for sharing your creativeness!

  5. Laura Stevenson says:

    This one is cute too.

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