Tuesday, March 26, 2013

S is for Stitch...and another giveaway!!!...


My 13 year old daughter Kassidy and I 
just recently re did her room and ever since...
she has been busy making projects to decorate it:)
When I received this beautiful new book
by my friend
Kristyne of (Pretty by Hand) fame...
Kassidy just had to get her stitchin fingers going right away!

This is Kristyne's first book and I must say that
 she has done a wonderful job!
It's beautifully written and is perfect for both beginners
 and seasoned stitchers alike.
Inside you will find 52 darling little embroidery designs
 to add a stitchy touch to your quilty projects.


They say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree...
  Kassidy loves making hexies as much as I do
so naturally she decided they would be
 the perfect base for some stitching.
She used the 2" hexagon papers that fit perfectly
 with Kristynes design size in her book.
(2" refers to how long each hexie side measures)


To embroider on...
she chose 5" squares from this pack of 
They are perfect for this!
As you can see...
they are basic solids with a bit of textured shade.


She traced the pattern onto the squares  straight from the book...



And she used a cute little 3" wood embroidery hoop when stitching:)



Aren't these designs so cute?



She used a charm pac of It's a Hoot to make a bunch of hexie's.
The 2" paper hexie fits perfectly on a 5" square...
don't you love that?



She didn't even trim it into a hexie shape...
just folded it as she went.
Don't you just love that too?



Done in a jiffy!
Of course she used the
 method that I always use...
the one I did
 on way back.
As you can see there is no stitching
 into the paper...
making it fast and so easy.




So far she has marked... 



and stitched...



four of Kristyne's designs and several hexie's.
Aren't they cute?
I'm sure she will do more but here they are laid out so 
you could see what it's looking like so far.
She thinks she is probably making something for her dresser...
or maybe a large pillow.

She has been having fun with it and I'm so glad
 that Kristyne's book came along when it did.
It's perfect!!!
Thank you Kristyne for letting me ...
(and Kassidy)...
 be a part of your book tour!!!


If you would like a copy of your own...
and believe me...you do:)...
leave me a comment and I'll pick a name! 
Deadline is April 4th.
And guess what?
You have several more chances to win your very own copy of 
S is for Stitch
 by visiting all of the book tour stops:)
YaY!!!
Here is the list...

Allison Rosen @ stashbooksblog.com
Allison Harris @ cluckclucksew.com
Amanda Jean Nyberg @ crazymomquilts.blogspot.ca
Amy Sinibaldi @ nanacompany.typepad.com
Anne Sutton @ bunnyhillblog.com 
Me! @ beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com
Sherri McConnell @ aquiltinglife.com March 27
Kristyne @ prettybyhand.com March 28

Have a stitchy kind of day...
xx
Lori

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Heidi Staples said...

This looks adorable!

Just Sew Sue said...

Your daughter is very talented.

Anita said...

I would love to get a copy of this amazing looking book!. Thanks for the chance.

Pam said...

I do love a well written book and this looks like it fits the bill perfectly. What really appeals to me is the simplicity, I am a novice at embroidery and feel confident that I could do this well.

Paat said...

I like this book, thanks a lot!

Fran said...

Great looking book! Very cute hexies :-)

m said...

Looks like a great book (and certainly one that I would like to use!). Thanks for being part of the blogtour! :-)

Claire said...

Oh please pick me, pick me, pick me! I would REALLY like for my daughter to have a go at making something from this book. Thanks for the give-away and a chance to win.

Ruth K said...

I have a new grandchild arriving in September. These would be great in the quilt I am planning. Nice job Kassidy!
rmk815 at gmail dot com

Country Maison (Eva) said...

Love those project you have shown here.
Would love the chance to win a copy (e-book) in my case !!

Thanks
xEva

Sandra (Cherry Heart) said...

I'm sticking my hat in the ring for a chance to win!

S x

marygabriella said...

Bellissimo!! Posso partecipare?

Aida said...

Wow, those little hexies are to die for and of course the book is a must have. I would realy need one of my own. And your daughter is amazing.
Love and kisses, Aida

Karen M said...

Am I first? Oh well. This is sew cute. Kassidy has had a good teacher. Thanks so much for the chance to win this book. I can think of so many things I can make for my 3 year old granddaughter.

Donna Taylor said...

This is such an awesome book - thank you for a chance of winning it.

Unknown said...

Thank for the chance to win.

Filiz

Filiz.kaplan@gmail.com

Anne D said...

What gorgeous stitching. The book looks beautiful.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Jeanie said...

The book looks really nice.... I love a quick stitchery! And Kassidy is doing a great job!

Kathleen said...

lovely designs, and well done Kassidy! hexies look gorgeous :D

Joan and Kevin said...

The book looks great!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Christine said...

I would love this book. Adorable hexies!

dwright33055 said...

a copy of that book would be wonderful for my grandchildren when they come to visit we embroidery together....

Quiltsmiles said...

Luck Me I'm the first to comment. Your daughter's project looks great. How nice that she enjoys the craft too. Jane

trish said...

Kassidy's stitches are absolutely perfect! Thank you for sharing this lovely book with us. :o)

Annerose said...

Das ist ein wunderschönes Buch. Ich hüpfe mal in den Lostopf, vielleicht habe ich Glück.
Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland Annerose

Annerose said...

Das ist ein tolles Buch, ich hüpfe gleich mal in den Lostopf, vielleicht habe ich ja Glück.
Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland Annerose

Michele said...

Look at your girl go! Looks so pretty.

lauraluvsloons said...

I have so enjoyed this blog tour of S is for Stich book. I want a copy: maybe I can win, otherwise I better buy one. Thanks for the tut reminder for hexi's. They showcase the embroideries perfectly. How old is Kassidy? She's doing a great job.

Michele said...

What a great project.Thanks for the chance to win.

Michele said...

What a great project.Thanks for the chance to win.

Sara said...

I have been seeing this book everywhere and it looks to be wonderful!!

nonniescedarchest said...

You are right~looks like an awesome book. Your daughter is doing a wonderful job with her hexie project.

Kristin said...

Your daughter's progress looks great! I'd love to be entered for the book. :)

~Kristin
sewtechnicolor (at) yahoo (dot) com

Carol said...

Lori, These hexies with the embroidery on them are soo cute! Kassidy is talented like you are! I sure would love to have this book! Thanks for all your wonderufl inspiration and the giveaway!

Michle said...

They say the apple does not fall far from the tree. Lovely hand stitching by your daughter! Please put my name in the hat for your giveaway.

Thanks
Michke

Quilting Babcia said...

This sounds like a fun book, right now for me to make sweet little things for my granddaughters, and later to teach them some stitchery! How nice that your daughter is interested in stitching and quilting - that's fabulous!

ELNM said...

You have a very creative daughter! I hope you share a picture of her finished project. Many thanks for the chance!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

Ellyn said...

I've been eyeing up this book! wonderful idea to stitch them in hexies! thanks for the chance

Fiesta said...

Lori thank you for the chance. I follow Nana's adorable blog. She makes the prettiest and tiniest things.

Rachel said...

That was a neat hexie project with the stitched ones . I had a similar idea percolating for a triangle quilt with some embrodiery on some of them! Right after I finish the current projects

karen said...

Kassidy is doing a marvelous job on her piece. But, then, she has such a good role model.

Margaret Doro said...

I just love hand stitching and would love to win a book for more ideas...thanks for the chance to win.

Michelle said...

Love the book! Have an 11 year old
Granddaughter and would we have fun together with this book!


Esther said...

This a nice book! Thanks for a chance!

Kathy said...

Very cute designs and you have very pretty stitches Kassidy! I wouldn't mind winning this book myself. Might give me the push I need to get back into embroidery :)

annemarie said...

Oh would I love to win this book - thanks for the chance.

Susan Smith said...

I lOVE it! And your daughter is so creative--she is doing a fantastic job!

Elizabeth said...

Love the new book and looks like easy instructions! Think I'll join the hexie parade!

CAlili said...

It looks like I am number one! That has never happened before! Is it good luck??? We'll see. Thanks for the chance to win the S is for Stitch book. I've been coveting it :)

Cherilyn said...

Cute hexies Kassidy!! I just recently made my first hexie. i can see why they are so popular. I really like your stitched hexies. I'll have to try that next. I would love to win a copy of that cute book!

grapenutquilter said...

Would love a copy of this book! Ideas are churning in my head as I type.

M.W. said...

I would love a copy of the book. I haven't done embroidery in years and would love to start again.
Shawn

Vickie said...

Such a sweet book! Your daughters efforts are beautiful. Would love a copy of the book. Thank you!

Peggie said...

This looks like a really great book! Thanks for the chance.

Patty said...

Her project is darling. I'd love to learn how to embroider.

vicki said...

Thats what I want to do with hexies! I wanted to do them, but wasn't sure what to do with them. Thanks for the inspiraton and the giveaway! vickise at gmail dot com

cbooth said...

So cute! Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

Katie Cohagen said...

So cute! I would love to learn how to do this! It would add another element of adorable to the baby quilts that I sell! Thanks!

Margaret said...

I have wanted to try to learn to stitch like this. I would love to win this book. Thanks. And her hexes are adorable.

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

What a sweet book! You must be so proud of your daughter!

Jeanenne Nielsen said...

I love what your daughter has done with the book and the hexes. I would love to try making something like that with my granddaughters. Thanks for the give away.

Christi said...

I love the Hexies...and thanks for the tutorial. I think it is cute too to see the fingernail polish and that it isn't PERFECT! This makes it so real :)

Julia said...

I haven't stitched in forever but the pictures make me want to start stitching again!

Jacqueline said...

Whoo Hoo.. I can see me and my grand daughters doing some of these projects.

Thanks for a chance.

Julie Barkley said...

This book would come in handy for my2 girls who are wating to learn stitching! My oldest is 13 and my youngest is 8!

Dee D said...

Such cute little designs. Your daughter is doing a great job!

Judy W said...

What a cute way to embellish hexies! Lots of inspriation here!

Lynn said...

Love this! What darling designs. My daughters are much younger but I just scooped up some school days fabric with the dot to dot characters to teach them how to sew. I would love to have this in my stash to share with them.

LJ said...

"...leave me a comment and I'll pick a name!" I read this and thought, "You will? You will pick MY name." Then, I reread the sentence and realized I'd forgotten to read a most important word - 'a'! LOL Sometimes, I just read too fast. :) Love Kassidy's hexies - I'll be looking forward to seeing her completed project.

KaHolly said...

Lori, you must be so proud of your daughter! When mine was young, I couldn't stimulate her interest at all!! (now that she is older, she is very crafty, however). Kassidy is doing a beautiful job!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us! ~karen

Erica Toole said...

I just found your blog and I have to say, I love it! What a creative and talented daughter you have. I love the cute little designs from the book, perfect for adding a touch of something special to each project. Its awesome that she is decorating her space with things she created just like her mother. Love the website, love the book...adding you to my favorites now.

Erica Toole said...

I just found your blog and I have to say I love it! What a creative and talented daughter you have. I love how she is decorating her space with things she makes. I love the book, cute little stiches to add a personal touch to every little project. Adding you to my favorites now so I can check back on all your projects.

JudyCinNC said...

An easy-to-follow book from all the wonderful reviews providing opportunity for creativity and fun. I really like these blog reviews by people we trust - thanks for yours.
Judy C in NC

Terri Mosier said...

Kassidy ROCKS!!! She's doing this well now, imagine how good she will be by the time she gets your age! I would say she would be better than her Mama after starting at such a young age, but I don't think it gets any better than your designs and work! Thanks for the chance :)

Pam said...

Great Idea!!

Cotton Blossom said...

Super Cute! Love what Kassidy is doing. My daughter has stitched a little. I wouldn't say she has the bug just yet. Maybe this book would inspire her too! Thanks!

Kelly L. said...

I have to say I would pick the cupcake pattern too! It is adorable! Thanks Kassidy and Lori for sharing. I would love to get this book. Hmmm, I think I will make a hint hint to my hubby for my birthday!

ladyfingers said...

After 45 years of NO hand sewing, I have finally found a re-newed love of hand embroidery! I made a baby quilt using Betsys Closet pattern and am now working on Witches In Stitches Bootique. Although my stitches aren't even close to what my Grandma and Mom tought me, I keep plugging along....(but I still can't do a French knot)!
This looks like the perfect book for me...and even if I don't win it, I may just have to shake the moths out of my wallet and buy my own!!!

dwylie said...

The designs are all so cute. Thanks for the giveaway!

April said...

I love her hexies! I've been working on two hexie quilts in my spare time and mostly when driving in the car long distances. I need to handstitch a few when I do some larger hexies. Thanks for the great idea!

Terry said...

It looks like a lovely book! Thanks for the chance! :0)

legato1958 said...

Oh the stitching and hexies are so lovely! And inspiring1

susie
legato1958@aol.com

Meri said...

Kassidy's hexies are quite lovely! The book sounds great and I'd love to have it in my library...thanks for the chance to win a copy!

Mary said...

I used to embroider and cross stitch more when I was a teenager than I do now! So great to see your teenager learning. I'd love to teach my girls to do the same and Kristyne's book looks like it has some adorable patterns for beginner girls!

heidiabc said...

Best post EVER - what an accomplished young lady! Kudos to Kassidy for a job well done. :)

Teresa Higgins said...

I'd love to have that book! My daughter is slowly getting into sewing too, we'd have fun with that!

Remembrances said...

CUTE project! That book looks awesome. My Mom taught me to embroider when I was around seven years old (EONS ago!) and I still love handwork.

Mrs T-W said...

Kassidy's project is lovely! Well done to her!

Marsha said...

Your daughter is very talented and I like her color choices. Would love to win the book.

ladyfingers said...

After 45 yars of doing NO hand sewing, I have finally developed a new-found love of hand embroidery. I have just finished a quilt using Betseys Closet quilt pattern and am now working on Witches In Stitches Bootique. Although my stitches are nothing Grandma and Mom tought me, I keep plugging along, (even though I still cannot do a French Knot). This looks to be the ideal book to help me along.....

Deb C. said...

Your 13 year old is doing all that? How wonderful. I have always loved embroidery, and with quilting, it just makes it feel complete.

Jennifer said...

Love Kassidy's project! And this book. Thanks for the chance.
sdjg(at)pacbell(dot)net

Beth said...

Hoorah for Kassidy! Her stitching is lovely and she is combining creativity with initiative. (Sounds like her mama.)

Jusmom1 said...

I would love to win this wonderful book! Thanks for the chance to own it!

Maria M said...

I love the hexies and the giveaway!

Vickie said...

That is so great that you and Kassidy get to sew together ! The book looks full of fun things to make. Thanks a bunch for having a giveaway !

Maria M said...

I love the hexies and the giveaway. I would love to win.

darlene said...

It is so nice seeing your daughter doing something you and she will always be proud of. Good job!!

sandi s said...

Looks like a great book. How fun to share it with your daughter. Her project is really cute.

Leslie said...

You and your daughter are spending such wonderful time together due to this book. I would love to have a copy and share it with my daughter also. Thanks for the review and ideas.lagpeterson@gmail.com

Regina Anne said...

Hexies and sweet little stitches - can't wait to see the finished project -- and, maybe start my own stitching too !

Sonia B said...

What a fun book. Thanks for the chance.

Vicki H said...

Your daughter is doing an amazing job. I'll be watching for her finished project. Thanks for the chance to win, maybe it would inspire my granddaughter.

supersara20 said...

The hexis are cute as can be. I'm going to have to check out the tutorial on how to hold them on the form without stitching through the paper.

Jules said...

Such a talented daughter you have! What a great mother you are... teaching her such wonderful things! Thank you for all the creative inspiration!

Debby said...

I've been stitching since I was 6-MANY years ago. It's so heartwarming to see young people stitching! Would love to have a copy of Kristyne's book!
dlcrabbit@netzero.net

Babychaser said...

I love those hexies. I have to admit... I've never quite gotten the rave of them, but yours are so fun, I may have to try them myself!

Thanks!

Stamper D said...

It is so good to see this art form being passed on to another generation. Kassidy is doing a fantastic job! This is a wonderful book and I appreciate the opportunity to win a copy.

Kathy L said...

Looks like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win.

Nancy in IN said...

Such a great job with the hex's. I love hand stitching so this is a great idea and book for me. Thanks for sharing.

sherryberrybim said...

I am getting interested in doing simple embroidery projects and this looks like a good book to help.

Nedra said...

I've seen Kassidy's stitching up close, and she is as good as her mother:) A great way to use the book. Love it!

Stacey Napier said...

Thanks so much for the chance to win - I would love this book!!

Ann Boehm said...

It must be fun having a daughter interested in the things you like. I would love a book!
Ann - boehmja@yahoo.com

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Kassidy chose such fun embroidery designs for her hexies!

qltmom9 said...

OH! I Hope I win! I am loving finishing up my row quilt.

Lucy~

Christa Marcotte said...

Your daughter and you make beautiful things! Very inspiring!! Thanks for the chance to win and equally awesome book!

mean sarah jean said...

My mom would love this book!

Janelle said...

I love hexies! This book would be fun to have! :)

Baye said...

I so want to do a crib quilt with the
alphabet designs!

Phyllis said...

Great book! Love the hexies!

Zarah said...

Lots of comments! But hey... I could be the lucky one, right? The hexies are adorable.

Barbara said...

Kassidy is doing a great job stitching.......there are so many designs! What fun!!!

Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net said...

I think the book could be used to make a really cute baby quilt.

Ramona said...

What an adorable book. I think making a hexie is on my bucket list and how perfect that the designs fit right inside one hex! Thank you for being so gracious and generous.

Golfheader said...

Pick me, please!

Wendy Ouellette said...

I would love the book. Embroidery is in my blood. I used to sit and stitch "fancy work" with my grandmother as a young girl.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

What a fun project--love the embroidered hexies!

Jennifer Bell said...

Amazing Kassidy...you rock!

grandmapapers said...

Looks like a fun book. I am just learning to do hexigons & I love how your daughter mixed the embroidery with the hexigons.

Sheri Salatin said...

This is super cool! (do I sound like a teenager? ha!)
But seriously, I've been following Kristnye's blog for a while now and I'm excited to get a copy of this book.
Just this weekend I tried my hand at embroidery - first time ever - and was very pleased with the results.
I'm posting pictures of it tomorrow on my blog. :)

Thanks for hosting this book and by the way, I'm a lurker on your site too - the ROW ALONG is amazing!!
I'm considering joining in "late" but as you said, you can start any time, right?
Thanks for the great instructions!!
Sheri

Rhonda said...

OMG, what a great book. I'm love a chance, please!!

Pat said...

What a great idea for the hexies. I would love to have that book. It looks as if you could do many things with the patterns, like maybe a baby quilt. Hummmm!!!!!

Sowing Stitches said...

What fun! Perfect for spring and summer projects! Looks like there are tons of possibilities and creative inspiration! Thanks for sharing! :)

Cynthia said...

Kassidy is as alerted as you are! The he dies are sew cute!

Cheryl said...

Yeah, Kassidy. I'm so pleased when the younger generation gets involved in sewing and handwork. I love the book and it would be a great one to share with my grandkids.

Erin said...

Love the project!!! It's inspiring me to do a hexy/embroidery project of my own!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Abbie Reads said...

I would love to win this book to review for my Embroidery Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America.

Abbie Reads said...

I would love to win this book to review for my Embroidery Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America.

Kathleen said...

I am so impressed with your daughter! Wow. That book looks awesome. I love the alphabet blocks with the letters, picture and word!

Bonnie58 said...

Looks like a great book. I'd love to win a copy. Thanks for the opportunity
bonnielarson58@gmail.com

monthlady said...

another great project! love the fabric and the patterns.

slopez45s2000 said...

Thanks for the chance to win this book. I have been trying to get my daughter to expand her creativity base, this is perfect for us both to create something to share.
Thanks again.

KurtzCrafts said...

I love hexies!!! That is going to be beautiful, whatever Kassidy decides to make.

maggieinthemountains said...

What a fun book giveaway!

maggiecolorado@gmail.com

Judith said...

What a great idea with the hexies! Thanks for the chance to win.

Diane B. said...

The illustrations remind me of our old workbooks from school. I love the designs. Kassidy is a very lucky girl to have a mom like you -making the same wonderful memories that you have of your mom and grandma. It's nice to know there are still little girls out there that appreciate the talents of their mom! I really would love to win this book.

Kathleen OGrady said...

I would love to have a copy of this book. Your daughter's project is adorable, would love to see it when completed.

Grandmasewnsew said...

This looks like a great book and thank you for the hexi idea!

Bolo heads said...

Kassidy is just as awesome as her mother. It is just so cute.

Elsa said...

Kassidy is doing some lovely work on her hexagons. Love the little embroidery here and there.
I love doing EPP also and never thought to include a few embroidered pieces in my hexie quilt. Darn.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Heather said...

What a brilliant idea! I love to embroider and am inspired to now incorporate my work into a functional piece using hexagons...kind of like an I Spy quilt for a baby. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

quiltonia said...

I never thought of using embroidery designs on hexies~how clever. Thanks

Megan said...

This book is super cute! I would love to win a copy!!

Anita said...

Oh my gosh I would love to add a copy of this book to my sewing library. I just love embroidery. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

Sally Hurst said...

Love your blog, and thanks for all the tutorials. Thanks for the chance to win!

Nanbon44 said...

what a great job Kassidy

Laurel said...

Embroidery on hexagons, genius. So cute. I would love a copy of this book.

Sandy said...

Have just gotten into hexies and the embroidery is a great idea. Great job Kassidy! The book looks awesome and I know i have room for another awesome book.

Patty said...

What a great Idea! I love making hexes, and used to embroider. I guess I need to get my thread out and start again. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

Podunkpretties said...

Awwe...you brought back memories of my daughter when she was young and wanted to be like momma...those days have long past! Now she says "Mom make that for me!

Margaret said...

What a great idea. I would love to have a copy of this book

Lorene Holbrook said...

Oh please put my name in the hat! LOVE your blog!

Rosemary said...

I like that book ... lots! I've been embroidering almost since I could hold a needle. Great giveaway and if I don't, I'm going book shopping!! Thanks for sharing!!

Barbara Pavlas said...

Would love the book. I like everything with a vintage look/feel. Thanks for the giveaway.

lynneatw said...

Looks like a wonderful book. Would love to add it to my collection.

Sherry said...

This book looks like a winner, I love to stitch and have three granddaughters who are anxious to learn. April 4th is my birthday, hmmm, I wonder if that matters.

lynneatw said...

Looks like a wonderful book. Would love to add it to my collection.

Cathy S said...

LOVE THESE! fun to make...thanks for the give away!

Brenda said...

What a great book for a young stitcher. I would love a chance to win!

Marlena said...

Would love to win a copy of this cute book!

lindag1947 said...

Nice project. Linda Gerig

Doreen B said...

I love stitching and this book looks like fun! Thanks for the chance to win.

syocom said...

The hexi's are adorable. I didn't think to add embroider to the blocks. Such a cute idea. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book

Kathie said...

I love these quick little stitcheries. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Pattie Crum said...

It is heart warming to see your daughter love handwork and quilting. I hope you treasure it and the time you spend together.

Donna~~ said...

Looks like fun!

Alyce Rodriguez said...

I am looking to start embroidery, so this book would be a great help. Thanks! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

Lisa said...

Thanks for doing this giveaway.

Liz Horton said...

Please pick me! I would love a copy!

Nita said...

I just might need to borrow your clever daughter's idea! All I need is the book!

Connie said...

Lori, I would love to win a copy. I just took two classes on embroidery hand stitching. Went and bought the hoop and now I am ready to go. This book would be perfect right now. connie c.teasley@yahoo.com

Deb said...

What a great book - thanks for the give-away!
Deb
dr392809@gmail.com

DH said...

This is adorable! Thanks for sharing!

Deb said...

What a great book - thanks!

corinne said...

Cute ideas in the book, I love the heagon blocks. I just started doing English paper piecing again.Thank you for a chance to win

LeAnn H. said...

What a darling way to use those cute embroidery designs. Love it!!! Thanks for the chance to win this great book : )

Louise said...

Love combining embroidery and piecing..I see some lovely ideas coming from this publication.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Looks like a fun book...and your daughter's work is great (hope you'll show the finished project)! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

flourgirl said...

I would love a copy. Thank you!

Karen said...

Everytime I see this book I want it more and more! I just may have to borrow the hexie idea!

Lorna McMahon said...

Thank you for sharing your daughter's project with us! I wish I could convince my daughter to develop and interest in sewing, too. Perhaps, if we had this book, she could be encouraged to give it a go. Thanks for the opportunity!

Patti said...

Your daughter is doing an amazing job and boy does this grandma want this book please.

Carol said...

just started my first hexie project--love them and hand stitchery as well! would have never thought to combine the two, tho.

Sherryl said...

I'm itchin' to start stitchin' just like your lovely daughter! Thanks for the chance to win.
- sunshdws at yahoo dot com

TS said...

I love your daughter's combination of the embroidery and the hexies. I knew I would...I love most everything you do :)

stephanie said...

I would love to win this book! Thanks for the chance!

Chris S said...

What a cute project. The book looks great!
chrissherman1669@yahoo.com

Regena said...

awesome giveaway!
rrregena@aol.com

kathiquilts said...

LOVE the embroideries with the hexes!!!!!

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