Book Blog Bonanza 10/05/10
Hello, readers! Who doesn't love to win prizes? We sure hope you do, because every weekday from now through October 15, 2010, we'll be giving away great books to build up your sewing library!
Today, we're giving away copies of Amy Butler's Style Stitches with autographed bookplates to FIVE lucky winners.
THE WINNERS ARE:
Commenter name: Sarah
What a beautiful book. Amy's projects are so fun and creative. My
sewing insight is to always enjoy your sewing :-) Really, every time
I'm in a bad mood and I start sewing, bad things start happening -
broken needle, crooked hem, the list goes on. So I've learned to make
sure I'm in a good mood if I plan on sitting down to work on a project.
Commenter name: Meg M
i used to sew a lot more than i do now (made my prom dress my junior
year of high school). i don't typically make a ton of sewing projects
in a month or year, but lately i've been knitting and felting purses
and sewing linings and zippers into them. i really think the zippers
and linings give the purses a professional, finished look. i've been
considering making a Halloween costume this year...i would LOVE to sew
some purses using this book! thanks for the chance to win!
Commenter name: Pam
What great projects to use specialty fabrics!
Commenter name: karenI sew when I have time.... so sometimes there are a couple of projects
a month, and sometimes tons. Of course, it depends on the SIZE of the
projects too! I'm mostly a quilter, so they take quite a bit of time!
Commenter name: tuhraycee
I'm a newbie so I'm proud if I finish one or two small projects a
month. I read dozens of tutorials a day though to build up my
Leave a comment on this post and share your sewing insights! Talk about this book, tell one of your favorite stitching tales, or answer this question: How many sewing projects do you typically complete in a year? A Month? A Week?
The deadline for entries is today, October 5, 2010 at MIDNIGHT ET.
Winner will be picked at random and announced sometime Wednesday, October 6, 2010.
PLEASE NOTE: To be qualified, you must create a user name if you haven't already. Anonymous posts cannot be considered for entry. One entry per person, please. Duplicate entries or multiple entries from the same user may be deleted. Thanks!
*If you experience technical difficulties posting your comment, you may email your comment to blog(at)fabric.com to be included in the random selection process.