Book Blog Bonanza 10/08/10
October 8, 2010
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 Joel Dewberry's Sewn Spaces to FIVE lucky winners.
THE WINNERS FOR THIS ROUND ARE:
Commenter name: Angie
One home decor tip I have has to do with holidays. I have seasonal
quilts that I switch out with each holiday so it gives a festive look
to our room but also keeps the style of the room the same.
Commenter name: Danielle
One word. Piping. Once I learned how to make bias-strip piping I added
it to everything I make for the house. It gives a finished look to
Commenter name: Mountainquilter
I change my pictures, quilts, wallhangings, pillows with the seasons.
Makes the whole house look different!
Commenter name: Elaine
I'm not sure it's a best home sewing tip, but it was cheap! When we
rented our first home with no draperies, our landlady loaned me a bunch
of wooden rings. I bought yards of burlap (and it was pretty raw and
horrible.....but about $.50 a yard), and I made curtains. Think we
used dowel rods to hang the curtains. They actually looked pretty
sharp, but I had to give the rings back when we moved.
Commenter name: Beth R
I took a look thru the table of contents for this book - it looks like
some great info in there, would be lots of fun.
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: What's your best home dec sewing tip?
The deadline for entries is today, October 8, 2010 at MIDNIGHT ET.
Winner will be picked at random and announced sometime Monday, October 11, 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!
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