The latest economic news is a bit glum, especially when you consider we’re about to begin the major quilting season. Fall holds great promise with terrific quilt shows and conferences, cooler weather, new projects, and guilds getting back underway after a summer hiatus. What’s a quilter on a budget to do? Don’t despair – it’s Frugal Fabriholic to the rescue!
I’m announcing a program that lowers the price of the Frugal Fabriholic e-book to just $3.99 as long as the national unemployment rate stays above 7%. As of July 2010, it’s 9.5%, so we’ve got a long way to go, and Willow Ridge Press is supporting quilters in this tough economy. Be good to yourself and spend on your quilting passion without breaking the bank, using my 12-step savings plan as your guide to saving more cash for your quilting stash.
The e-book is available for anyone who uses a computer or e-reader:
- Kindle bookstore at Amazon
- iBook store for the iPad
- PC, Mac, or any e-reader device at Smashwords
- My own Quilts & Creativity online store.
Don’t have an e-reader? No problem! You can read the Frugal Fabriholic on your home computer, no matter what kind you have. And for $3.99 – less than one fast food meal, you can learn how to save over $13,000 on household expenses. Learn more about the book at the Frugal Fabriholic website.