I Can’t Read My Own Book!

The FedEx truck stopped at my house and left an unexpected package from F+W Media (the company that bought Interweave Press last year).

I opened the package to find a few copies of Sock Knitting Master Class. But wait, they changed the cover:

Estonian translation

Turns out that the book has been translated into Estonian! Now, I don’t read Estonian so other than keeping a copy to impress my family, I can’t think what I might do with the others. As much as I think it would be cool to learn another language, I’m realistic enough to know that I won’t get far.

So, if you can read Estonian and you live in North America, respond to this email. I’ll send a copy to the first two people (I’m optimistic) that respond.

I wish I knew how to say “good luck” in Estonian!

 

5 thoughts on “I Can’t Read My Own Book!”

  1. That is so cool, I hope your family is appropriately impressed. I have to confess that I have bought knitting books in languages I can’t read just because the patterns are pretty and there were charts 🙂

  2. Hello Daly,
    Please email your mailing address to me (annbudd@annbuddknits.com) and I’ll put the book in the mail.

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