July 10, 2007


Shop online for 50–80 percent off your favorite craft books

Loveland, Colo., July 10, 2007: Interweave Press announced today its annual,
highly anticipated hurt book sale, beginning today at 10 a.m. MDT at
http://www.hurtbooksale.com/hurt. More than 125 craft books will be deeply
discounted and sold online only on a first-come basis until inventory runs out.
This is a great time to pick up bargains on both hardbound and softbound
books about beading, jewelry making, knitting, crocheting, felting, spinning,
weaving, needlework, and other popular crafts.

Hurt books are still in good condition but imperfect in quality and have minor
dings such as a scratch on the cover or a bent page.

The savings run deep and some books will be combined for greater discounts.
For example, the knitting titles Scarf Style and Wrap Style from the popular
Style series will be available at 50 percent off individually ($10.98 each) or for
$15 plus shipping if ordered together—that's over 65 percent off the retail

Other sought-after titles to be marked down for the sale include The Beader's
Companion by Jean Campbell and Judith Durant, The Knitter's Companion by
Vicki Square, Felted Knits by Beverly Galeskas, and Beaded Embellishment by
Amy Clarke Moore and Robin Atkins, as well as rarer titles such as the
Weldon's Practical Needlework volumes—the perfect gift for needlework
history buffs and a fantastic value at 50 percent off the original price of $30

Hurt books cannot be combined with normal products at check-out and phone
orders will not be accepted. All sales are final and books are nonrefundable.

About Interweave Press LLC

Interweave Press, a unit of Aspire Media, is one of the nation's leading craft
media companies, with businesses in magazine and book publishing,
interactive media, broadcast programming, and events for craft enthusiasts.
The Interweave Press Publishing Group features 14 subscription magazines
and many more special interest publications. Interweave Press has more than
200 books in print and annually publishes about 30 best-selling, how-to craft
books on the same subjects as the company's magazines. Additionally,
Interweave Press operates eight annual craft enthusiast events and has an
extensive Internet presence that includes nearly 30 websites. Linda Ligon
founded the company in the 1970s when she began publishing Handwoven
and Spin-Off magazines. Since then, the company has grown to employ more
than 100 people throughout the country, with corporate headquarters
located in Loveland, Colo. For more information on Interweave Press, please
visit www.interweave.com or call (970) 669-7672.


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