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We have a new UPPERCASE magazine giveaway today! I went on about my sincere love for the creative, bright, impassioned publication a few months ago. Issue 20 celebrated five years of UPPERCASE with a broadcasting theme, full of creative manifestos, posters, public art and so much more. Sprinkled throughout are fun looks at sewing notions, yarn bombing, vintage haberdashery… UPPERCASE always delights me in unexpected ways; I loved the piece about vintage ham radio radio cards, for example.

As I mentioned last time, my entire family finds things to love in every issue of UPPERCASE. It prompts us to talk color, ideas, pattern and what it means to live a creative life. With each UPPERCASE issue we pick up and pour over, we make connections. We think about what surprises us or what makes us want to learn more and we relate it to the artful, everyday happenings in our family.

As much as I love Issue 20 I’m always even more excited about what’s to come just around the corner when UPPERCASE arrives in my mailbox. Issue 21 focuses on surface design! Lotta Jansdotter! It includes a special Surface Pattern Design Guide featuring 100 surface pattern designers! Goodness gracious…


    Explore the world of surface pattern design in our form, function and ornamentation issue. Whether you’re a crafter, a hobby photographer on Instagram, a part-time blogger or a parent with a creative child — you play a daily role in decorating your world. Be inspired to consciously shape your surroundings with our 116 pages of gorgeous images and uplifting content.

UPPERCASE has a special subscription price this week! You can use the code springsale and save $10 off your subscription through Sunday, March 9.

UPPERCASE is also once again generously offering a giveaway copy to one Sew Mama Sew reader (Canadian and US residential addresses only this time, please). To enter, tell us how you decorate your world, whatever that means to you. (My daughter prefers to have just about every surface covered in pink stripes, as you can see in the photo above.)

Oh, Issue 21… I can’t wait!