Book Launch Party: The Knit Vibe by Vickie Howell and Crochet with London Kaye! (FREE!)
Join us for a free event to celebrate the launch of TWO new books: The Knit Vibe by Vickie Howell, and Crochet with London Kaye ( Abrams, 2019). Come meet the authors and get crafty with a free make-and-take project!
Both authors will be signing books during the party--bring your own copy or buy one at the event at a 10% discount!
This event is free, but please RSVP by clicking "add to cart" above. You will be taken through the checkout process to complete your reservation, but you will not be charged!
We look forward to seeing you!
DATE: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
LOCATION: Brooklyn Craft Company (here’s where we’re located)
About the Authors
Vickie Howell is the creator/host of The Webby Awards Honoree and Tellys People Choice Award Winner, The Knit Show with Vickie Howell, the first studio-quality, community funded, internationally accessible, episodic knitting series. To date the show’s channel has over 350,000 views, and viewers watching from 19+ different countries.
Vickie is well-known as the host of TV shows including DIY Network & HGTV series, Knitty Gritty, host and co-executive producer of Telly Award-winning PBS show, Knitting Daily with Vickie Howell. She is also an internationally recognized blogger, speaker, CreativeLive and Brit+Co. instructor, social strategist, and author. Vickie has produced thousands of hours of programming through a variety of channels including her podcast, CRAFT*ish, and the longest-running Facebook Live series in the genre, Ask Me Monday. Learn more about Vickie here!
London Kaye is a street artist based in Los Angeles, California. Her unique use of crochet to create art pieces made entirely of yarn has brought smiles to communities around the world and has allowed London to create a business out of something handmade.
Born in Los Angeles, California, London received her BFA in dance from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. After graduating London realized that her love for crochet, art, being spontaneous, and bring unexpected joy came together harmoniously when she began using crochet to interact with her environment and surrounding community. London began installing art daily on the street, quickly leading to her work being easily recognized by her community's people and businesses. Learn more about London here!