Handmade Holidays Prizes ~ Week #2

on November 6 | in Contests & Giveaways | by | with 339 Comments

We have an amazing number of Handmade Holidays giveaways this year! Today’s list includes prizes for the second week. This is just for the second week! Visit and comment each day this week for a chance to win one of these prizes, and add your favorites to your holiday wish list.

Thank you to all of the publishing companies who generously contributed Handmade Holidays prizes this year: STC Craft, Martingale & Company, Wiley, Shambhala Publications, Potter Craft, C&T Publishing, Storey Publishing, F+W Media, Interweave, Lark Crafts and Stash Books.

Thank you, also, to the many shops and artists giving away gift certificates and beautiful, handcrafted items throughout the month: Jennifer Ladd, Candied Fabrics, Peanut Envy, tortagialla, Slightly Biased, That Clever Clementine, KSC Designs, Mister & Mouse, The Silver Diva, Green Bag Lady, QuiltedCupcake, Tenderfeet Stitches, Mrs. Crafty Pants Designs, Dolls And Daydreams, Deux Petites Souris and Gramma’s Linen Closet.

Stitch Magic: A Compendium of Sewing Techniques for Sculpting Fabric Into Exciting New Forms

Author: Alison Reid
Publisher: STC Craft/A Melanie Falick Book

In Stitch Magic, fashion and textile expert Alison Reid teaches sewers how to manipulate and sculpt fabric by using such techniques as folding, cutting, pleating, tucking, gathering, and stitching, creating entirely new surfaces and textures in the process. The resulting fabrics, which look sophisticated and complex but are actually relatively simple and inexpensive to produce, can be used for entire textiles, such as cushions or blinds, or to create fashion accessories or embellishments.

Sewing for Boys: 24 Projects to Create a Handmade Wardrobe

Author: Shelly Figueroa, Karen LePage
Publisher: Wiley

In this innovative boys-only pattern book, you will find 24 projects–ranging from sporty to dapper–to create an entire handmade wardrobe little boys will love. The patterns span all seasons and include a selection of specialty items for playtime, art, and “on the go” accessories. You’ll get instruction and guidance on numerous techniques to add longevity to each pattern–not just for the boy who grows too quickly, but also for his little brother or cousin to wear and cherish later.

Hand Printing from Nature: Create Unique Prints for Fabric, Paper, and Other Surfaces Using Natural and Found Materials

Author: Laura Bethmann
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Discover how to use found natural materials – such as leaves, flowers, feathers, vegetables, fruits, shells, weeds, and wood grain – to print on any surface, from paper and fabric to ceramics, wood, and walls. Simple step-by-step instructions coupled with beautiful photos make it easy and fun to learn the basic techniques. In no time at all, crafters of any experience level will be creating original nature prints on everything from headboards to stationery to jewelry.

Inside the Creative Studio: Inspiration and Ideas for Your Art and Craft Space

Author: Cate Coulacos Prato
Publisher: Interweave Press

Turn your vision of a dream studio space into a reality with Inside the Creative Studio. The professional artists and crafters of Studios magazine give you the tools to create your own one-of-a-kind artistic environment. Learn how to find space in your home, whittle down your stash, maximize your storage and organization possibilities, and manage your stash of supplies and equipment to keep your work space functional and fun to work in. Experts will also show you how to repurpose furniture, integrate recyclables, and showcase vintage items to establish a space with purpose and personality. You will spend less time struggling with your studio, or lack thereof, and more time actually creating in your unique space.

Candy Cane Lane: Quilts and More to Sweeten the Holidays

Author: Melinda Bula
Publisher: That Patchwork Place

If all you want for Christmas is a whimsical, colorful, and perfectly charming quilt, just peek inside this book! You’ll discover five projects sure to make the season merry and bright.

Enjoy all the fun motifs of the season— Holly leaves and berries, snowmen, candy canes, and more. In addition to complete instructions for the sampler quilt, there are smaller projects that you can make using the motifs from the lap quilt, like whimsical Christmas stockings, wall hanging with removable pockets for treats for the little ones (and maybe the grown-ups, too!), and a table runner.

Each project includes detailed step-by-step instructions and full-sized pullout patterns.

Sewing Basics: All You Need to Know About Machine and Hand Sewing

Author: Sandra Bardwell
Publisher: Abrams Books, STC Craft

Sewing Basics is the ultimate encyclopedia for sewing at home. This thorough guide covers everything from choosing fabrics to operating a sewing machine to hand sewing, fitting, fine-finishing, trouble-shooting, and more. Whether the sewer is trying to decipher the symbols on a printed pattern, line a pocket, work French seams, or fit a muslin, she’ll find what she’s looking for here, all precisely explained and illustrated with hundreds of step-by-step photos. Both for beginners learning how to hem and for more experienced sewers who need help mastering advanced techniques, Sewing Basics is an invaluable reference tool sewers will want to keep within easy reach for many years to come.

Craft Challenge: Dozens of Ways to Repurpose a Pillowcase

Author: Suzanne J.E. Tourtillott
Publisher: Lark Crafts

Take the challenge! Craft challenges are all the rage among online crafting communities, and this new series— the first ever on the subject— marries the popularity of repurposing with the appeal of the “new pretty” aesthetic. This time, it’s the common pillowcase that’s undergoing uncommon transformations in 28 beguiling projects, ranging from patterned pinafores and aprons to decorative, embellished boxes and quilts. A friendly and informative basics chapter introduces the key techniques, delicate ink and watercolor illustrations show essential assembly details, and all necessary templates are included. There’s plenty of handholding for beginners plus a wealth of novel ideas for more advanced sewers.

Farm Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of Country Life

Author: Julia Rothman
Publisher: Storey Publishing

What’s the difference between a weanling and a yearling, or a farrow and a barrow? Country and city mice alike will delight in Julia Rothman’s charming illustrated guide to the curious parts and pieces of rural living.

Dissecting everything from tractors and pigs to fences, hay bales, crop rotation patterns, and farm tools, Rothman gives a richly entertaining tour of the quirky details of country life. From the shapes of squash varieties to the parts of a goat; from how a barn is constructed to what makes up a beehive, every corner of the barnyard is uncovered.

A perfect gift for gardeners, locavores, homesteaders, and country-living enthusiasts alike.

Sewn Toy Tales: 12 Fun Characters to Make and Love (US Winners Only)

Author: Melanie Hurlston
Publisher: F+W Media

Melly & Me present a fun and fabulous collection of personality-packed designs that will have readers sewing adorable toys in no time! Each of the brightly colored characters is a joy to sew for all abilities, making them the perfect gift for children or adults, or a trendy home accessory. Projects combine simple sewing techniques with funky fabrics, embellishments and color palettes to add zing and excitement to readers’ sewn toy creations. Easy to follow step by step instructions, quirky photography and full-size templates make this book a delightful gift as well as an irresistible addition to sewing collections.

Fast, Flirty and Fun: Easy Quilts from Fabulous Fabrics

Author: Sarah Bisel
Publisher: Martingale & Co.

For every beginner who’s eyed today’s fabrics and yearned to make an eye-catching quilt—this is the book! Novice and experienced quilters alike will find oodles of inspiration in the contemporary colors and fresh designs of these 11 exciting projects.

* Discover the secrets of color, value, and fabric selection for creating quilts with visual impact.
* Learn a variety of easy methods for cutting, piecing, and appliqué.
* Enjoy whimsical appliqué motifs that include a giant birthday cake, a bird, jumbo circles, and more.

Sewing with Oilcloth: 20 Patterns that Make Sewing with Oilcloth Easy, Fresh and Fun

Author: Kelli McCants
Publisher: Wiley

20 fresh patterns to sew a variety of fun and functional projects with oilcloth.

Sewing with Oilcloth covers sewing with the family of specialty fabrics collectively known as oilcloth. You’ll get easy-to-follow instructions, special tips and tricks needed to get the most out of these fabrics, the unique applications of each, and how to treat and care for the finished pieces.

From home goods to accessories, from baby gear to outdoor decor, you’ll find oilcloth sewing projects that unlock the potential of both traditional choices and new designer prints. You’ll follow along helpful, trouble-free instructions to sew oilcloth projects like a simple tablecloth, garden apron, farmer’s market tote, baby bib, and so much more.

Deploy That Fabric: 23 Sewing Projects Use Military Uniforms in Everyday Life

Author: Jen Eskridge
Publisher: C&T Publishing

Show your pride in our troops every day! All members of the Armed Forces have to buy multiple uniforms, some of which become decommissioned. Learn how to recycle these uniforms and blend in some cheerful, contemporary fabrics to create useful family treasures with one-of-a-kind style. Even if you don’t have a service member in your life, you can make these cool projects using camouflage fabrics or uniforms purchased from surplus stores.

Inspired to Sew

Author: Bari J. Ackerman
Publisher: C&T Publishing

Popular designer Bari J. brings her bright and feminine signature style to 15 new projects-ruffled quilts, a unique tunic and bag, plus sweet decorations and accessories for every room in the house. Readers will appreciate the book’s luscious photography, as well as Bari’s in-depth advice on fabric collage, free-motion stitching, machine applique, patchwork piecing, and simple garment techniques.

Sew Wild: Creating with Stitch and Mixed Media

Author: Alisa Burke
Publisher: Interweave Press

Sew Wild liberates you! Enjoy unlimited freedom to color, pattern, and customize your own fabric with fun, spectacular results. Get wild with printing, painting, drawing, stenciling, and other surface design methods and unique materials such as plastic bags, photographs, and cardboard. Dive into 12 simple sewing projects to make colorful, wearable, and hip designs, including a stunning wall quilt, adorable hats for kids or adults, a pretty wreath, cuff bracelets, and a modern ruffled apron.

Christmas Quilts from Hopscotch Warm and Cozy, Merry and Bright

Authors: Heather Willms, Elissa Willms
Publisher: Martingale & Co.

Quilt the holidays folk-art style, cheery and bright, or both! You’ll find seven warm and primitive projects, seven colorful and contemporary.

* Make holiday tree skirts, Advent calendars, stockings, lap quilts, and patchwork balls.
* Find charming wintry motifs such as gingerbread men, a snowman, feather trees, and stars.
* Two collections in one! Flip over “Warm and Cozy” to find a second rendition of the projects, “Merry and Bright!”

Oliver + S Little Things to Sew: 20 Classic Accessories and Toys for Children

Author: Liesl Gibson
Publisher: STC Craft/A Melanie Falick Book

Home sewers love to dress the children in their lives in garments they have hand-crafted. No one understands this better than Liesl Gibson, who is both a mom and the founder of Oliver + S, a sewing pattern company known for its contemporary yet classically sensible kids’ designs, its precise, easy-to-follow instructions, and its charming paper doll-inspired packaging. In Oliver + S Little Things to Sew, you’ll find 20 accessories for children, such as a hat with bear ears, scarf, vest, tutu, art smock, backpack, and quilt– All impeccably photographed by Laurie Frankel. The book includes two full-size pattern sheets and, as an added bonus, two cardstock paper dolls that can be dressed with “clothing” cut from the book’s jacket– A little something extra to keep young ones occupied while grownups stitch new items for their wardrobes!


Made to Play!: Handmade Toys and Crafts for Growing Imaginations

Author: Joel Henriques
Publisher: Shambahla Publications

Delight young children and encourage play through unique handmade toys. From sewn and stuffed musical instruments to interlocking paper building blocks and wooden animal figurines, the projects in this book are meant to encourage open-ended play. Organized by kid-loving subjects, the toys here follow the themes of Zoo; House; Blocks, Cars & Trucks; Dress-Up; Music; and Art. Overall, the projects here are meant to stimulate imagination, build confidence through success and enjoyment, and enhance the bond between family and friends through the creation of unique, artistic handmade toys and crafts.

Sewing in a Straight Line: Quick and Crafty Projects You Can Make by Simply Sewing Straight (US Winners Only)

Author: Brett Bara
Publisher: Potter Craft

Create an entire world of sophisticated projects using one simple skill. Absolutely anyone can sew in a straight line. And with this one skill and some basic guidance, television host and crafty expert Brett Bara demonstrates how you can make custom home decor, stylish fashions, and one-of-a-kind gifts.

Sewing in a Straight Line is a step-by-step guide to creating 28 deceptively simple projects that look like they came from a chic boutique- far more impressive than you would expect for such little effort! These easy-to-make items offer quick gratification that even the busiest among us will appreciate. From a flirty two-hour miniskirt to the cutest plush toys, many of the projects take only a spare afternoon.

Take 5: Quilts from Just 5 Fabrics

Author: Kathy Brown
Publisher: Martingale & Co.

Quilters everywhere love Take 5 patterns from The Teacher’s Pet, and this book is packed with them! Simply take five minutes to choose five fabrics (one focus fabric plus four coordinating fabrics), stack them, cut them simultaneously, and you’re ready to sew! It’s the relax-and-have-fun way to create visually stunning quilts.

* Choose from 15 designs that look intricate but are very simple to construct– Excellent for beginners.
* Take the stress out of selecting fabrics with Kathy’s straightforward approach.
* Create a lap-sized quilt this weekend– Experienced quilters can finish in a day.

The Burdastyle Sewing Handbook (US Winners Only)

Author: Nora Abousteit, Alison Kelly, BurdaStyle
Publisher: Potter Craft

The BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook is the most comprehensive, hip and creative guide to learning to sew clothes with style. With more than 430,000 members around the world, BurdaStyle is the largest online community of sewing enthusiasts, fashion designers and DIYers. In their first book, BurdaStyle celebrates this vibrant, global community as they teach readers everything they need to know to design and sew an entire wardrobe of fashion-forward looks using the five fully customizable sewing patterns enclosed with the book. Filled with gorgeous photography, step-by-step instruction and contributions by 78 designers from 22 countries, The BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook will be the go-to guide for every fashion sewer.

Stash Happy: Felt: 30 Fun Projects for Felt (and Fabric) Lovers

Author: Amanda Carestio
Publisher: Lark Crafts

Lark’s new Stash Happy series is the cure for the common crafter’s dilemma: what to do with all those scraps and leftover materials!

The 30 fun projects in Stash Happy: Felt feature practical items (a fall-inspired tea cozy), cute accessories (a stylish retro-inspired clutch), unique home décor and holiday crafts (a felt flower bouquet), and adorable kid stuff (a repurposed wool bear cub hat). Everything you need is here, including illustrations, templates, and helpful hints from the designers.

Fig Tree Quilts: Fresh Vintage Sewing

Author: Joanna Figueroa
Publisher: Martingale & Co.

Bring fresh vintage style to your home with five great quilts and a basketful of unique projects ranging from adorable pin cushions and charming aprons to pillows and journal covers.

All feature Fig Tree Quilts’ signature palette of warm, inviting tones.

See how easy it is to personalize each project with the creative use of embellishments such as beads, ribbons, and bows.

For wedding showers, birthdays, or special sewing buddies, you’ll have the perfect gift every time.

Contemporary Irish Knits

Author: Carol Feller
Publisher: Wiley

Celebrate the Irish countryside and create one-of-a-kind knitted projects. The patterns found in Contemporary Irish Knits showcase traditional Aran knitting patterns to create the more fitted and flattering shapes that modern knitters prefer. You’ll get 18 patterns for making one-of-a-kind Irish knits, encapsulating projects for women’s, children, and men’s wardrobe pieces, and accessories like bags, blankets, and shawls. Plus, you’ll get easy-to-follow instructions and guidance on how to construct and enhance your knitting experience to make for a more intuitively put-together knitted item.

Modern Log Cabin Quilting: 25 Simple Quilts and Patchwork Projects (US Winners Only)

Author: Susan Beal
Publisher: Potter Craft

If you think quilting is too difficult or too complicated, you’re not alone. Cutting hundreds of pieces and joining angled seams can be tough work! But log cabin quilting, an artful and simple way to piece strips of fabric around a central square, is different. From the intuitive construction through the straight-line stitching, this style of quilting is simple as can be.

In Modern Log Cabin Quilting, Susan Beal outlines the entire process from start to finish, including basic quilting how-to as well as extensive design, fabric, and embellishment information. Since all log cabin designs follow the same formula, once you master straight lines and right angles, any of the 25 projects in this book are possible. From stash-friendly designs like the Charming Camera Case to more ambitious undertakings like the Vintage Linens Quilt, there’s sure to be a project that will get you into (or bring you back to) quilting!

Bloom Creek Quilts

Author: Vicki Bellino
Publisher: That Patchwork Place

Vicki Bellino, the creator of Bloom Creek patterns, presents 14 of her top-selling designs! Combine traditional patchwork with delightful appliqué shapes in projects ranging from wall hangings to bed-sized quilts–plus a great tote bag and pillow.

* Use precuts; many projects are perfect for convenient 5″ squares, 2 1/2″ strips, and fat quarters.
* Enjoy popular designs featuring fresh, new fabrics for a completely updated look.
* Find something for everyone–quilts are easy enough for beginners and appealing enough for advanced quilters.

The Rhythm of Family: Discovering a Sense of Wonder through the Seasons

Author: Amanda Blake Soule
Publisher: Shambahla Publications

Many of us with busy families yearn for a slower and simpler life with our kids— One that is connected to the seasons and the natural rhythm of the year, one that has our children spending more time out of doors rather than in, one that balances out some of the busyness of our lives— the computers, the televisions, the cell phones— with a deeper connection to the Earth and an appreciation for and understanding of the natural world. The Rhythm of Family is a guide to living such a life for any family.

Following the course of a year through the passing of the seasons, this book explores the ways we can create deep family connections and meaningful memories through living in tune with the cycles of nature. From stomping around in mud boots in the spring to gathering around the wood stove in winter, our activities naturally change from season to season— From the rhythms of the seasons comes the rhythms in our homes, our hearts, our families, and our every day.

For the Love of Hand Stitching with Jan Constantine

Author: Jan Constantine
Publisher: C&T Publishing

* 21 signature applique & embroidery designs from popular designer, Jan Constantine.
* Learn basic applique techniques as well as a range of easy-to-master embroidery stitches.
* Jan’s bold and playful imagery will complement any home.

In this collection of projects, Jan features an inspiring mix of style-romance, nostalgia, patriotism, and celebration. Update your home with elegant new colors and chic accents. Choose from pillows, a quilt, a throw, place mats… Even aprons and totes too!

Sweet Confections: Beautiful Candy to Make at Home

Author: Nina Wanat
Publisher: Lark Crafts

Sweet Confections: Beautiful Candy to Make at Home gives us the opportunity to make our favorite candies (plus new concoctions) right at home! Candy making can be a little trickier than making cookies, but many of the recipes have just a few ingredients and are fairly simple, as long as you own a candy thermometer! Sweet Confections is filled not only with real candy recipes, but tons of eye candy as well!

The author refers to candy as being “the most gem-like of foods” with its jewel-toned colors and the absolutely gorgeous photography by the very talented couple from the White on Rice Couple blog does so well at featuring each glorious piece. In case you are new to creating your own candies, there are step-by-step photos that teach how to temper chocolate, dipping and rolling candies, and how to correctly cook sugar.

The Knitter’s Life List: To Do, To Know, To Explore, To Make

Author: Gwen Steege
Publisher: Storey Books

Knit a traditional gansey sweater with indigo yarn. Tour a spinning mill. Discover five ways to cast on for socks. Use steeking to make a tube into a cardigan. The Knitter’s Life List is a richly illustrated compilation of more than 1000 experiences and adventures that knitters won’t want to miss. You’ll find unusual yarns to work with, classic techniques to master, time-honored patterns to try, innovative designers to know about, museums around the world to see, books to read, festivals and retreats to visit, and much more. Check off each item as you complete it, and move on to the next; you’ll find more than enough knitting adventures to fill a lifetime!

The New Handmade Simple Sewing for Contemporary Style

Author: Cassie Barden
Publisher: Martingale & Co.

In an age of mass-produced fashion, express your individual style! Create handmade projects for your wardrobe and home with only a small time commitment and basic sewing skills. Now you can make fun, useful accessories and gifts with the contemporary fabrics you love.

* Choose from totes and bags, cases and covers, fashion accents, and home decor projects.
* Learn techniques you’ll use again and again, such as installing zippers, using fusible appliqué, and basic machine quilting.
* Mix and match the elements to make each design a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
* It’s fresh. It’s unique. It’s handmade!

The Green Bag Lady has given away over 18,000 free shopping bags! She has a great super-simple pattern to make your own gift bags in this PDF. This week in our Handmade Holidays series Teresa is giving away a set of 12 fabric holiday gift bags to TWO lucky winners!

Prize value: Saving the planet…priceless! ($36/set)

Slightly Biased is a store of unique, handmade bias tapes and quilt bindings made from 100% cotton designer fabric. This week you can win a $30 gift certificate to Slightly Biased to pick out lots of beautiful bias tape in your favorite fabrics!

Gramma’s Linen Closet creates upcycled clothing and accessories from vintage and repurposed textiles. They want to make sure gorgeous vintage clothing and linens don’t stay buried in a trunk or closet! They specialize in custom work using treasured items from your past. This week you can win an upcycled tote from Gramma’s Linen Closet, made from a unfinished quilt top. It’s fully lined, and has an interior pocket. Prize value: $35.

Deux Petites Souris (a.k.a. two little mice) is Cinzia’s shop, a self-taught sewer and designer who likes to create beautiful and useful items with her sewing machine like aprons, bookwraps, bags and– most of all– quilts with a modern edge! She is also a sewing instructor for beginner and experienced sewers. This week Cinzia is giving away a Mini-Quilt Bookwrap in our Handmade Holidays series. She writes, “A great way to keep your favorite novel protected as you toss it into your bag. This book wrap features a handy slot to keep your book from slipping out as well as a built-in bookmark. Book wrap stays attached as you read. Just re-wrap and tie when you’re done. Adjusts to fit any size paperback novel! Makes a great hostess gift, or a gift for booklovers and teens.” Prize value: $25

Visit the Deux Petites Souris blog and shop for more from Cinzia!

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339 Responses to Handmade Holidays Prizes ~ Week #2

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  2. Iryna says:

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  6. anna violette donald says:

    Love all the books!

  7. Sonja says:

    What great giveaways!

  8. dianne says:

    WOW-wonderful items to be given away. Would be thrilled with any one item. Thanks.

  9. Laurie says:

    amazing giveaways! just looking at the covers of some of those books have given me some ideas! thanks!

  10. Iryna says:

    Дove all the books! Thanks!

  11. Emilia says:

    II just love this blog. You people are amazing

  12. Celia says:

    Wow! So much… Sewing for boys is now on my list for sure!

  13. Mariana says:

    Oh I want one! i want one! i want one!

  14. Rebecca says:

    What a great lineup of books! I have a bunch of those on my wishlist!

  15. anna violette donald says:

    Thank you for the Wonderful Giveaway!!

  16. Jerri says:

    This is a fantastic giveaway! So much holiday inspiration!

  17. Aurélie says:

    Amazing!

  18. I nearly started to hyperventilate, just looking at the list of so many terrific books! I’s look ridiculous sitting here breathing into a paper bag … but less ridiculous, I guess, than sitting here with a paper bag over my head.

  19. Sewing Karen says:

    This is one mama who is ready to sew! Bring on some inspiration! Thank you for the giveaways!

  20. Fran says:

    Wow! These books are amazing, thanks for the giveaway.

  21. Iryna says:

    Thank you for the chance!

  22. Emelita says:

    Almost all of these are all in my letter to Santa!

  23. Lena says:

    So many great books. I want them all! Keep my fingers crossed ;)

  24. Ballardquilter says:

    Great books

  25. Mar says:

    Great gifts

  26. Cindy says:

    I am hoping for a win!! Those books are fabulous! Would love any one of them! Thank you for the chance! Cindy

  27. pieceLove says:

    That Knitter’s Life List looks super fun!

  28. anna violette donald says:

    You inspire me! Thank you for the Great Blog!

  29. Rebecca says:

    I just started sewing recently, and I love it! Thanks for your blog, full of so many ideas and tutorials — a precious resource for all sewers, but especially for a beginner like me! I can’t wait for handmade holidays~

  30. Sewing Karen says:

    I’m feeling lucky today…my fingers are crossed!!

  31. Beth says:

    WOW!!! That is alot of inspiration!!! Thanks for the chance at trying my hand at something new. Smiles~Beth

  32. Jill says:

    Wow, so many fun books! Makes me want to start some projects already:)

  33. Ginger says:

    great prizes!

  34. Sewing Karen says:

    The Sewn Toy Tales book looks soooo cute! I love to use scraps to make huggable little friends for my daughter!

  35. Lise says:

    Oh, my gosh, so much inspiring reading here!

  36. Lindsay says:

    These books look wonderful!

  37. Tracy says:

    Look at all the great new ideas!!

  38. mrstn123 says:

    Would love to learn from any of these books! Love connecting with other people who sew. Sometimes feel I’m the only one I know who stitches!

  39. Cinnamon says:

    So many books to giveaway! Wow.

  40. Jodi Wolff says:

    Awesome – Can’t wait to go and check out some of these books.

  41. K-Dee says:

    All these books look so lovely! I can’t wait to get my hands on them!

  42. Danielle S says:

    Sewing for boys looks awesome!

  43. great books!

  44. Cindy says:

    Another entry to win those wonderful books!! Thank you so much!

  45. MARIA says:

    Wow! Great books, I would love to win, sigh…

  46. Christie S. says:

    Wow! I love the holidays.

  47. Sonja says:

    I’ll just say that these are amazing prizes!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

  48. Gail says:

    WOW! What generous prizes! Love your Blog and would love to win any one of the items, they are all wonderful!

  49. Becky Greene says:

    I would love to transform part of the basement using the Creative Studio book – Hope I win!

  50. Melissa says:

    Gosh those bindings from Slightly Biased are just adorable (especially their space invaders one! how cute would that be on a boys quilt).

  51. Carla G says:

    What a lot of fabulous prizes!! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  52. SuZ says:

    how fun is this! good luck to all!

  53. addie says:

    So much inspiration, so little time! Thank you for the giveaways.

  54. Vikki says:

    Wow, what a great collection of prizes. Thank you so much.

  55. aimee says:

    How fun! I’d love to win those Green Bag Lady bags. :)

  56. rebecca says:

    oh man oh man.. there is nothing i like more than books and craft books are especially awesome!!! Thanks for the chance!

  57. Alisa from SEW WILD juat had an adorable daughter last month!

  58. Pat V. says:

    Wow, what a plethora of prizes! You certainly have some awesome giveaways.

  59. Wow, what wonderful prizes! Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

  60. Katrina H says:

    Seriously best prizes ever!

  61. suzee says:

    excellent prizes!!! I see a few.. (many) things I love!!

  62. sheila says:

    Wow so many wonderful prizes , thanks so much for the chance to win!

  63. Nancy D. says:

    Nice prize collection!

  64. Stephanie C. says:

    What amazing prizes!

  65. grace says:

    What a lot of wonderful things!! I love the Green Bag Lady bags – that would really help me out this season!

  66. Laurie says:

    Wow! what a great variety of books!! Don’t know which one I like the best!

  67. Danijela says:

    Wow,this is amazing,so many wonderful books,thanks for the chance to win.Great giveaway!

  68. Debb Lou says:

    What wonderful prizes… I have a few favorites and a few wants… thanks so much

  69. Stacy says:

    I am loving all of the awesome books and things that you are giving away! Thank you for your generousity to all involved!

  70. Maggie says:

    Fantastic prizes!!

  71. Becky Greene says:

    I would LOVE any of the books, but the felting and knitting titles are really calling my name!

  72. Sewing Karen says:

    So much to sew…sew little time! What beautiful inspiration is offered in each book! And the handmade offerings are lovely! Thank you!

  73. Marlene says:

    love the sewing for boys, and several others. Wishing I god get a look inside them right now! very inspiring!

  74. Amy says:

    Sewing for Boys looks great! And why didn’t anyone thing of this sooner? Love it.

  75. Evelene Sterling says:

    Oh Burda style, yes, yes!

  76. Prachi says:

    The prizes are all amazing – particularly the books.

  77. Corrie Swart says:

    fantastic

  78. Corrie Swart says:

    Wow what fantastic books, I am a bookaholic and just love the subjects of your books prizes. What a great opportunity to win.

  79. ems says:

    BurdaStyle and Farm Anatomy look WONDERFUL!!

  80. Peggy Grow says:

    Holy Moly! That’s a bunch of great books! The Burda Style book looks very intruiging…

  81. SewLindaAnn says:

    You all really know how to do giveaways! I have to say though the ideas I get from here are just numerous!

  82. Keelin says:

    Great!

  83. Kelly says:

    So inspired by this website…and great prizes! I just bought a sewing machine (a NICE one!) and have no clue what I’m doing! Books would be helpful! LOL Thanks for all the great prizes!

  84. Camille says:

    Love it all! Contemporary Irish Knits, Burda Style Sewing Handbook, Oliver +S! Such great variety!

  85. Amy Swart says:

    Ooh any of these would be great. I do love the idea of reproducing pillow cases. I think its such a great idea to recycle fabric and give new life to them. Oh but then the Oliver+S things to sew!!! Would love them all!

  86. Jen says:

    Ahhhhh, so many I want!!!

  87. Jen says:

    I don’t think I can pick just a few to put on my list! Maybe if I win 1 I could cut it down a bit!!!

  88. carriem says:

    I loved that Simply Biased prize, how awesome!

  89. Lola says:

    I heard that the book Sewing in a Straight Line is awesome! I would love to win it. :)

  90. kathyh says:

    It would take all day to narrow it down to one choice. Fantastically good prizes.

  91. Lynn says:

    ANY of these items would be a great prize!

  92. Laurel says:

    So much fun stuff! I LOVE the cover caterpiller on Sewn Toy Tales. Thanks for the chance to win an awesome prize.

  93. Brandy says:

    Wow! So many amazing prizes!@

  94. Jan says:

    What great books! Here’s hoping I can add them to my bookshelf!

  95. Nan says:

    So many great books! I need more hours in a day to make all the cool ideas i see!

  96. Rebecca says:

    Anything knitting-related is my passion! And I’m inspired to oil up my sewing machine after years of not being used. :)

  97. Tree Dellinger says:

    Squeeeeee! : )

  98. Beth B says:

    So many great titles. Great prizes!

  99. Kelly says:

    Wow, this is amazing!!! Keeping my fingers crossed!

  100. Nancy Swecker says:

    Wow! What a treasure of ideas and how-to’s are here!

  101. Susan says:

    so many fantastic goodies!

  102. Susan says:

    what a selection of goodies!

  103. JACKIER says:

    OH LORD, I WILL TAKE ONE OF EACH…THIS IS A WONDERFUL SITE…NOW WE NEED ABOUT 10 MORE HOURS IN A DAY TO DO EVERYTHING..SEW MANY PROJECTS, SEW LITTLE TIME !!!

  104. MBMeadows says:

    WOW! I can’t believe how many prizes there are! I can’t choose just one

  105. Barbara says:

    Handprinting from Nature book looks interesting.

  106. Sewing Karen says:

    WOW! I’m a new sewer/quilter this year and have not had the pleasure of emjoying a handmade holiday at Sew Mama Sew yet. This is amazing! I’m looking forward to gathering new ideas for making gifts…thank you!

  107. Gina says:

    Wow! I would so love to win one of these prizes! Some of those books look positively intriguing!

  108. of all sorts of apps vs a rather sad selection of a handful for Zune.

  109. Sylvia says:

    Wow, a great list of inspirational books. Thanks for the giveaways.

  110. Sue Duisenberg says:

    what a wonderful array of new books Love learning new thisngs!

  111. Steve says:

    a well rounded list of books

  112. Sara says:

    Wow what an incredible collection, so many books I would love to have

  113. Cindy says:

    Oh my! I would love these books! What a great gift to me that would be. Thank you for the chance to win! Cindy

  114. Sheree says:

    There are some great books here! My favorites, the pillow case and toy books! Very nice :)

  115. eleanor says:

    I have been needing “Sewing for Boys” so badly!

  116. Pat says:

    What a great variety of prizes, would love to have any one of them.

  117. Sus says:

    I am drooling on my keyboard! I can hardly wait until the weekend to get some sewing started for the holidays!

  118. greta says:

    Fantastic collection!

  119. Marisol says:

    Second comment of the week! love the prizes! fingers crossed!

  120. Mirka says:

    What a selection of books! The felt and confections books look like the most intersting ones for me. :)

  121. Bev laing says:

    Wow, so many good books being published!
    Thanks for teaching and learning crafts, Christmas is the end of the school year here in Australia so we need good crafts for the last days and for the teacher!

  122. WandaFish says:

    What an amazing selection of prizes! Quite a few have gone on to my wish list :)

  123. Barbara says:

    I feel like a 6 year old before Christmas. Sewing for boys–contemporary Irish knits–wonderful bias tape– totes! Amazing collection.

  124. Sarah says:

    Such lovely books!

  125. Janelle says:

    so many great prizes! thanks for the chance to win!

  126. Molly says:

    A cool list of prizes, indeed! Thanks for sharing. :)

  127. Katie says:

    wow.

  128. Carole B says:

    Fantastic collection! Thanks for sponsoring and to the contributors.

  129. Susie H. says:

    Wow, I have some new finds on my wish list! What a great collection. thanks for the ongoing inspiration!

  130. CathyC says:

    Wow, lots of great books!

  131. Jane S. says:

    What a terrific collection of books! I’m always on the lookout for good, inspirational books so it’s a treat to see new lists.

  132. Kerry says:

    These look amazing. Thank you for offering so many great prizes!

  133. Tess says:

    Great prizes. How generous and a wonderful holiday surprise.

  134. caroline says:

    Such a great collection of books!
    Sooo many good ones to choose from.

  135. ems says:

    here we go! fantastic week two!!! who needs sleep when we can SEW

  136. This is a Wonderful blog, very well written and smart, i will definitely follow up again, do keep on writing, Thanks

  137. Amy G. says:

    Wow! They all look great!

  138. Kristin M says:

    Wow Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays in one post.

  139. Kandus says:

    Wow these are great, I have already put some on my shopping list!!

  140. Linda says:

    What wonderful book options. With three grandsons, that “Sewing for Boys” books would be one I would appreciate owning. Thanks very much for the chance to win your generous giveaways!

  141. Jayme says:

    You get some amazing prizes on here!

  142. Kerryn says:

    Oh how I would love to win!
    Thanks!

  143. Candi says:

    What a ton of awesome giveaways!

  144. Judy Stolz says:

    Wonderful collection of prizes, thank you. Guess I need to check out my library again! and/or try to make some of the really neat ideas shown.

  145. Lauren says:

    Amazing collection of books and goodies! I would be thrilled to win any, and several are headed onto my wish list. Thanks for the giveaways!

  146. Susan says:

    wow, what another great group of goodies! Thanks so much for all the chances to win.

  147. evelyn lessard says:

    I love the book about recycling pillowcases. I have some older ones my mother hand embroidered or crocheted on years ago and just had a new granddaughter. So I think I will make her some little dresses with them. Thank you for the ideas.

  148. Ramona says:

    Wow! a wonderful list of prizes. So much fun to be had.

  149. jessicac says:

    Too many fabulous things! Thanks for the chance!!!

  150. moxyideas says:

    It’s like you compiled my Christmas list!

  151. Richelle says:

    How cute does the Sewn Toy Tales book look!

  152. Oh my goodness! There are so many lovely goodies this week. I hope I win something! Thanks for the giveaway!

  153. Lori says:

    Awesome prizes! :) So much cool, crafty stuff!

  154. MarciaW says:

    Wow! Lots of great books, and blogs with handmades and ideas. Thanks for the book list.

  155. Jodi G. says:

    Oh how great and wonderful are the prizes? Thanks to all the Sponsors!!

  156. Carrie says:

    So many good books that all inspire and get me excited to sew. I especially would like the Sewing for Boys!

  157. Dawn says:

    This is a fabulous week 2! So many great books and goodies to chose from. Thanks for this great giveaway.

  158. Brenda Green says:

    Great prizes!

  159. Brenda Green says:

    What great prizes!

  160. Brenda Green says:

    What great prizes! I love books on sewing.

  161. Libby says:

    What a selection of wonderful books!

  162. Rachael Spencer says:

    Great books this time around. I’ve been eying these 4 for awhile: Sewing Oilcloth, Oliver and S Little Things to Sew, Made to Play and Contemporary Irish Knits.

  163. KRisty says:

    Wow! Amazing prizes!!

  164. Joelle Lambert says:

    What an assortment of giveaways!

  165. Jojo Proulx says:

    Lovely!!

  166. Sunny says:

    Wow, I’m really amazed at so many of these. I want waaaay too many of them!

  167. Andrea C says:

    thanks for all these giveaways!!

  168. Denise says:

    WOW!!!!! What a great selection and opportunity. Thanks – fingers crossed

  169. Heather H. says:

    Wow! What an amazing collection of books!

  170. Jennifer says:

    Wow, what a nice selection of prizes. With our first grandbaby on the way and a new sewing machine to use I am all pumped up and ready to go.

  171. Linda says:

    lots of great books!

  172. Melanie C says:

    Wow! The prizes look amazing!

  173. Linda says:

    Amazing selection! Just gets better and better!

  174. Sandy says:

    So many great books, so little time before Christmas!

  175. Carly says:

    I will take one of each, thank you!! :)

  176. Kathy says:

    I love your books, so many to choose from… Bloom Creek I would LOVE to have!!!!

  177. faith says:

    These look so awesome!

  178. Debbie says:

    Wow such great books and bags and such.. Thanks for the chance to win such grea items.

  179. Dawn says:

    These books look so fun!

  180. Marilyn Strain says:

    I can’t believe the number of great books…these are the prizes?? WOW

  181. Anna Hollands Malgeri says:

    Wot a treasure trove of wonderful, glorious things….

  182. Rosario says:

    Oh God, I love the books. My favorite ones are Bloom Creek quilts and For the love of Hand stitching and also the books abot knitting.

  183. Kim says:

    Amazing assortment of prizes- can never have too many books.

  184. Barb Johnson says:

    Wow! All this for just one week? I’m sorry I missed last week. I’ll have to make sure to come back every week!

  185. This is a Wonderful blog, very well written and smart, i will definitely follow up again, do keep on writing, Thanks

  186. Veronica says:

    What lovely prizes.

  187. bridget b says:

    What a great bunch of books. Like the vintage sewing from Fig Tree and Candy Cane lane . I am doing sewing for Christmas gifts and can always use new ideas. Thanks

  188. Cindy Bunn says:

    OMG my two favourite things….books & craft :-)How lucky could a girl get :-)

  189. Lois says:

    Hey, maybe I will get lucky and win something. I never seem to, but this is easy. Besides, I love my Janome machines (yes- I have more than one).

  190. Brenda says:

    I love these books, I don’t knit but I sew everyday. I can’t find how to enter the contest so I hope this counts.

  191. Sherry J says:

    so many books, not enough winners. thanks for the giveaways. I lust after several of these.

  192. Rachel says:

    What great book!

  193. Seanna Lea says:

    Wow. That is an amazing list of books and products!

  194. Melissa Evans says:

    Sewing for Boys is already on my Christmas list. It was be awesome for win one early!

  195. Sharon Meek says:

    Wow!!! What a selection of diverse fun!!!

  196. Becca B says:

    What wonderful books! I’d be thrilled to win any of them!

  197. Kim says:

    Pick me, pick me! Would love any of these books!

  198. Stephanie says:

    I’m gonna have to go look these up in the library :)

  199. Kimiko says:

    So many exciting books! I’m really interested in “Farm Anatomy” and “Sewing In A Straight Line.”

  200. Barbara says:

    Those are great books! I need to get off the computer and to sewing!

  201. Andrea says:

    Wow another wonderful week. I’m looking forward to it.

  202. Jacey says:

    Wow, such great prizes! It would be hard to pick a favorite! I’m interested in Sew Wild, and the felt craft book, too. And the Slightly Biased gift certificate!

  203. Deb says:

    Oh wow, what a selection of crafty goodness.

  204. I had no idea some of these publications were available. LOVE the felt book, as I have a large cache of felt that I wasn’t sure what to do with!

  205. Lorri says:

    Wow! So many great prizes! Exciting holidays! :)

  206. Maeve says:

    I’d love to win any of the books on quilting or cooking. So many wonderful tutes and giveaways – you are outdoing yourselves here this year! Thanks so much!

  207. Marci Girl says:

    So many awesome books!

  208. Christine M says:

    What an amazing list of prizes. Could I be lucky enough to win one!

  209. kathy h says:

    What wonderful prizes. I want to make so many of these ideas for Christmas. I better make a big list.

  210. Barbara says:

    I’d pick so many of theses books…knitting, quilting and embroidery. All of them!!

  211. Lola says:

    So many sewing books make me smile! :)

  212. Lola says:

    So many giveaways are cheering me up!

  213. Lola says:

    So many giveaways are cheering me up!

  214. Glaucia says:

    wow! so many wonderful prizes! maybe one of them would like to live in Brazil ?:D it would be great. Thank you!

  215. laura reich says:

    My stars, that is a lot of giveaways. Thank you!

  216. Garnet says:

    pick me!

  217. Melissa T says:

    This is an amazing list of items!!

  218. Janelle says:

    Wow! That list of prizes is amazing!!

  219. StaceyN says:

    So many wonderful prizes!! Thank you for the chance to win.

  220. Miranda says:

    Wowwee! Another great list of prizes!

  221. Crickett says:

    Wow, that is an AMAZING list of prizes! I do hope I win one!

  222. Marion K says:

    Lots of great ideas to keep me busy through the winter.

  223. Liz says:

    So many amazing things to look at!

  224. Beth says:

    I’m taking notes so I can request these at my local library :)

  225. Annette says:

    Some great ideas – I cannot wait!

  226. Karen says:

    Awesome selection of giveaways!

  227. wendy says:

    Wow!! what a great stack of books! I’ve had my eye on Contemporary Irish Knits for a while… hint, hint ;)

  228. Margaret T says:

    Oh my gosh! So much fun!

  229. AmyG says:

    How fun!

  230. Lori D. says:

    So many possibilities to fill a 2012 crafting to do list!

  231. Alexis says:

    Amazing giveaways. Especially like the bias tape and book on felt projects.

  232. Jess says:

    Wow. I have just discovered this blog while I was starting to think about Christmas present ideas. I don’t want to get off, and it seems like such a happy, pretty place to be online. I like the look of your giveaways, too!

  233. susan says:

    wow. great books!!

  234. Megan says:

    Wow, this is just week 2! They all look great, but I am really curious about Sewing With Oilcloth. It will be the next thing I make for myself, I think.

  235. Emily says:

    What a glorious array of books, patterns and handmades! I am particularly enamored of the handmade (!) bias tape the Modern Log Cabin book. I’m doing many handmades this year – even attempting to get a quilt done in time!

  236. Emily says:

    Wow, what a fabulous array of books, patterns and yummy handmades! I’m particularly enamored by the handmade bias tape and the Mondern Log Cabin book!

  237. How exciting!

  238. Pat Upton says:

    What an incredible number of give aways this week! Awesome! I see several things that I would love to have!

  239. Jessica H says:

    Wow, you guys keep the goodness coming. I’m bound to win something, right!?

  240. Wendy says:

    Holy moly, that’s a lot of prizes!

  241. Samina says:

    What a great list of books – I’ve already purchased a couple of them on your recommendation.

  242. Sonja says:

    Wow! That is an amazing list! You all never cease to amaze me.

  243. Tina says:

    So much fun! Lots of great books! Perfect way to get started making holiday gifts! thank you :)

  244. Kim O says:

    Wow, what an amazing list of prizes, I love the holiday season!

  245. Annie says:

    Wow…I wouldn’t even know which thing to hope for most, all these prizes are wonderful!

  246. Sonya M says:

    what a line up of prizes! I kept scrolling, and scrolling, and…… well, you know what I mean. It’s almost endless!

  247. Danielle S says:

    So much inspiration already!

  248. Katharine says:

    What great prizes! Thanks for the chance to win!

  249. Susan says:

    eeek! So excited and hopeful!

  250. Danielle S says:

    So much inspiration just looking at the prizes!

  251. Mary Pichotta says:

    This looks like a great giveaway. Would love to win one of the books.

  252. Terri says:

    Wow! What a wonderful selection! And just looking at the covers makes me want to start now. The variety is awesome and the inspiration is priceless.

  253. Suzanne says:

    Oh! Love the stitch magic book!

  254. Gina S. says:

    WOW, beautiful prizes! All this for just 1 week, again WOW.

  255. Julia says:

    Ya-Hoo!! I can hardly wait!! Such great books & things :)

  256. Jacque says:

    Wow! Y’all have assembled some yummy books and prizes for us to drool over! Looking forward to all of the upcoming posts!

  257. patricia says:

    That is a bunch of inspiration!

  258. Tez says:

    Ok I want the Anatomy of the Farm book, that looks awesome and I have seen the preview of the new Burda book and would love that one too! What a HUGE list of prizes!

  259. danielle says:

    Wow – what a great list of prizes! Loving the knitting books….saw one that is on my list (The Knitters Life List) but totally loving the recycled tote from Gramma’s Linen Closet!

  260. natasha says:

    Awesome prizes!

  261. Jen says:

    So many of these are already on my list for others!

    (Sewing Basics by Sandra Bardwell is on the list twice.)

  262. Asta says:

    Slightly Biased is a very nice introduction for me. THANKS!

  263. Colette says:

    Wow! There is a lot of goodies to love here!

  264. Sandra :) says:

    Several of these books are going on my wishlist – I love finding new books to check out (Stitch Magic looks particularly intriguing!) – good luck to everybody who enters!

  265. Jen says:

    So many great prizes!

  266. Wow … some amazing prizes …

    I wish everyone Good Luck!!

  267. Steph G. says:

    Wow!! Exciting week! Thanks for the chance to win so many fun things!

  268. Miranda McKown says:

    Oh my goodness! So many GREAT books and products! I have put Sewing With Oilcloth on my Xmas wish list, I also think I need the Sewing Basics book…I’m pretty much self-taught and need to know sewing vocabulary so when I read a pattern, it’s not like reading Chinese! I am SO ordering that bias tape too!

  269. Emily says:

    More wonderful stuff! I’m going to keep trying to win something and keep getting more great ideas for the holidays! Thanks!

  270. Lynn says:

    Love you holiday gift ideas and your prizes! Hope this is my lucky week!

  271. Brenda says:

    I need one of each. I cannot seem to get enough books in my sewing room.

  272. Amy S says:

    Great prizes, once again!! ::fingers crossed::

  273. Mrs. Not the Jet Set says:

    Wow….I’m speechless!

  274. Pat Kelley says:

    Great prizes. I bookmark the Handmade Holidays every year and go back to them during the year.

    Thanks

  275. Katie says:

    WOW!!! Again, I am blown away!

  276. Kelli says:

    maybe this time, maybe this time, maybe this time ; ). Oliver + S…sigh….love them all!

  277. Kelly R says:

    I am not sure how to enter the contest, leaving a comment. So many wonderful giveaways!

  278. Ellen says:

    What a great selection of prizes! I wish I had nothing but time to do all these projects.

  279. Jess says:

    That is an amazing amount of giveaways! Thanks and I’m looking forward to more incredible tutorials!

  280. Tammi says:

    So many great prizes!!!!! I’d love to win the Irish Knits Book or the Sewing with Oil Cloth book!

  281. Julia C K says:

    Wow, a lot of great books! A bunch are already on my Christmas list. Thanks for the giveaway!

  282. Jen says:

    What an amazing collection of books and goodies! Thrilled for you Cinzia! Great giveaway!

  283. Daisy says:

    Wow! I am inspired!

  284. Kathe G says:

    What a selection! Love the book wrap! Thanks.

  285. Pat says:

    Great prizes, would love to have any one of them.

  286. Ashley says:

    What a great selection of prizes! I am adding a lot of these to my ‘wish list’! Thanks!

  287. Jess says:

    WOW! So many great prizes this week!! Thanks for hosting such a fabulous series!!!

  288. Melissa Roeder says:

    Wow! What a great list of prizes, pick me! pick me!

  289. cheri says:

    What a wonderful bunch of prizes!

  290. Chris says:

    The Oilcloth book looks great! thanks to all for the great giveaways!

  291. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    I would love to win the “Sewing for Boys” book…. I have been thinking about purchasing it for myself :)

  292. LeAnn says:

    WOW!! That is an INCREDIBLE bunch of prizes!!

  293. Christina says:

    Ooo, good stuff in there!

  294. Pamela V says:

    Great selection of books!

  295. pammalammadingdong says:

    Farm Anatomy?
    Ha ha ha! It fits in this sewing community, really it does! And I think I want it!

  296. Erika says:

    great group of prizes. I love seeing some of my “wish list” books up for grabs.

  297. nancy says:

    Oh my! So many books to get the creative juices flowing.

  298. Kati says:

    Wow!! Looks like lots of great books!

  299. Anne Marie says:

    Fantastic prizes!

  300. Gina Shelley says:

    I would love to have any of these books to add to my quilting/sewing library.

  301. Lindsey F. says:

    A week of prizes – what fun! Thanks.

  302. Ulli says:

    I’ve been reading your website for a few years now and am so inspired by it. I have never left a comment, or entered a contest, but today is the day. I would love to own any of the items from above. Thank you so much for covering all the bases and showcasing a good variety of hand crafts, not just sewing. I enjoy all of the hand crafts, so your website fills my bill!
    Keep up the good work, Ulli from VA

  303. Suzi says:

    Don’t you just love the feel of felt. Stash Happy: Felt — what a find! Suzi

  304. Alex davis says:

    I would love so many of these books, especially Sewing for Boys and Sewing with Oilcloth.

  305. What a great group of books! Whether purchased or not, those are a great addition to any collection!

  306. Summer says:

    Several of these books are on my Christmas wish list! And the book wrap is precious.

  307. Sarah says:

    Wow, what an amazing number of beautiful things!

  308. beth lehman says:

    Sewing for boys is HIGH on my list – as is the Julia Rothman book! Maybe I’ll get luckY!

  309. I am so honoured to be a part of this greaat line up of giveaways! good luck to everyone!

  310. Sydney says:

    I’m so overwhelmed by the sheer number of things being given away! You guys are oh so generous!

  311. Marisol says:

    Wow such an amazing giveaway! all the books are sooo great! thanks

  312. Kara says:

    yes, yes, yes, please!

  313. zabelle says:

    Wow what a nice collection of books!

  314. Star says:

    Wonderful collection of books, I just Love books.

  315. Sylvie says:

    Wow! This is a great bunch of prizes!

  316. Suzanne says:

    There are TONS of great prizes in this week’s giveaway pile. Wow, what a cache!

  317. JulieD says:

    wow! so many creative ideas in all those books. Would keep me busy for a year.

  318. Carolyn says:

    I love handbags and the New Handmade along with Gramma’s Linen Closet really interest me.

  319. Lynne in NC says:

    Wow! these are awesome prizes. Thank you.

  320. Rebmara says:

    Lovely prizes ffor week 2!

  321. linda says:

    handing printing from nature sounds like a cool book! wow!

  322. DK says:

    And here I thought you’d found all the books in the world last week :)

  323. Charlotte says:

    What wonderful prizes! Hope I can win one:)

  324. Christine says:

    Each one of these books is so special. I would be delighted to win any of them!

  325. Christy Dixon says:

    I would love to win the Repurposing a Pillowcase book! My granddaughter loves pillowcase dresses! Thanks…. For everything!

  326. Tania Mitchell says:

    just having a glimpse of these books is inspiring!! Now I need a cup of tea and a few quiet minutes to have a closer inspection ….

  327. Sew Mama Sew ROCKS! What a great bunch of books to give away! I especially would love both the Stitch Magic and the Creative Studio!

    Keeping my fingers crossed!

    With friendship,
    Lisa

  328. Valerie Boudier says:

    Some beautiful prizes on here – I’d love to win any one of them

  329. Jennifer says:

    I wouldmlove to win bias tape! Or anything! Great books!

  330. Beth T says:

    My gosh–I had no idea there were so many great books I hadn’t heard of. Thanks for bringing this all together, and for inspiring such generosity.

  331. Larissa says:

    Those are all amazing prizes!

  332. anita says:

    so many great prizes!! thanks for the giveaway :)

  333. Alegria says:

    These giveaways are fantastic! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win them!

  334. OzKnitter says:

    Congrats to all of last week’s winners! Looking forward to the posts this week.

  335. carly says:

    I’m gonna have to look into that felt book!

  336. Claudia says:

    Such a lot of wonderful prizes, maybe I’m the lucky girl to win this week???
    Kind regards from Germany
    Claudia

  337. Deborah says:

    Fabulous prizes! I’ve got a few favorites…just a few:

    Bloom Creek Quilts
    Inspired to Sew
    For The Love of Hand Stitching
    Slightly Biased

    Deborah

  338. deborah says:

    could you make me any more weak in the knees? no, not really – all these books really do me in! WOULD LOVE to win. can’t afford to buy any of these on my own right now and have my eyes on several! thank you for the chance.

  339. Elizabeth C says:

    Omg, so many great prizes!

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