NEW YORK, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber, whose popular novels include TWENTY WISHES (May, 2008), BACK ON BLOSSOM STREET, SUSANNAH'S GARDEN, A GOOD YARN, THE SHOP ON BLOSSOM STREET and the Cedar Cove series, is one of today's leading voices in women's fiction. An admitted knit-o-holic, Debbie's own passion for knitting has provided the inspiration for many of her books. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080303/LAM036) Now, Leisure Arts, the leading crafting company in America, is proud to announce the introduction of the "Knit Along With Debbie Macomber" Knitting Accessory Line. The line of 12 items, coordinated with Debbie's exclusive designer fabric, includes a collection of patterns, storage options, and other knitting notions. It was designed specifically with Debbie's readers in mind. The accessory line joins Leisure Arts line of knitting pattern books, which have been created to complement Debbie's novels. Just as she has done with the pattern books, Debbie will donate all of her proceeds from the sale of the new accessories to help children around the world. The primary charities which benefit from her Leisure Arts products include World Vision (http://www.worldvision.org), Warm Up America! (http://www.warmupamerica.com), Project Linus (http://www.projectlinus.org), and Guideposts Knit for Kids (http://www.knitforkids.org). The Knitting Notions line includes:
-- Knitter's Pocket Guide (SRP: $21.99) -- The Knitter's Complete Journal (SRP: $32.99) -- The Knitter's Complete Journal Refill (SRP: $3.99) -- Classic Collection Pattern Box (SRP: $21.99) -- Floral Stripe Purse Kit (SRP: $15.99) -- Quilted See-Through Bag (SRP: $8.99) -- Floral Stripe/Blue Accessory Bags (SRP: $18.99) -- Quilted Single Project Bag (SRP: $18.99) -- Large Floral Stripe Tote (SRP: $49.99) -- Quilted Needle Sleeves (SRP: $14.99) -- Quilted Large Needle Case (SRP: $32.99) -- Three-Compartment Hanging Storage (SRP: $24.99) "I love what Leisure Arts has created with this new knitting notions line," says Debbie, who worked closely with the company to develop products that she most wanted to use herself. Look for the "Knit Along with Debbie Macomber" accessory line and pattern books, available on-line at http://www.leisurearts.com and http://www.leisureboutique.com and in a variety of yarn, fabric and craft retailers.
SOURCE Leisure Arts