Book Blog Bonanza 10/11/10
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 signed copies of Anna Maria Horner's Handmade Beginnings to FIVE lucky winners.
THE WINNERS FOR THIS ROUND ARE:
This looks like a great book. I'm usually a knitter, but have recently dug out my sewing machine and am looking to sew some things for my kids.
Lately I've gotten into giving handmade gifts. I'm afraid that some of my friends have gotten experimental projects before I'd honed my skills so their bags and aprons aren't as nice as the ones I eventually made for myself but I don't hear them complaining.
Commenter: Abby K
I have a two year old and a new baby niece that I can't wait to use this book and sew goodies for! Thank you!
Commenter: ANDREA B.
I love to give handmade gifts and they usually always include personalization of some sort. Even the young ones seem to enjoy them. It is always from the heart :)
I make handmade gifts for people I know well. I try to suit their needs and not just satisfy my craving to do a specific project. I like things to be used- so I tend to avoid heirloomy stuff, unless it's family. Otherwise, I'm giving a diaper cake! (I guess that counts as handmade, too, though eh?)
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: Do you usually give handmade gifts? If so, what kind?
The deadline for entries is today, October 11, 2010 at MIDNIGHT ET.
Winner will be picked at random and announced sometime Tuesday, October 12, 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.