Day 12 Giveaway–One more chance to win!

Yesterday,  we asked how you like to identify yourself, i.e., as a sewist, designer, quilter, or another term altogether. Our lucky winner is Cindy f., who replied “I describe myself as a fabric artist. I do a lot of heirloom sewing, as well as garment sewing, quilting, and crafting. My most favorite part of sewing is the embellishing part. I try to add some type of embellishment to every project.” Great answer, Cindy, and enjoy The Gentle Art of Quiltmaking!

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For the 12th and final day of the 12 Days of Giveaways, we have Sharing Stitches: Exchanging Fabric and Inspiration to Sew One-of-a-Kind Projects by Chrissie Grace (F&W Publications). I love the concept of this book and it has some really unique and inspiring projects. To enter to win, answer this question: What is your sewing resolution for 2011? Submit your comment by Monday, when we’ll announce the winner!

We hope you’ve enjoyed the 12 Days of Giveaways as much as we’ve enjoyed reading your excellent answers! We wish you a warm and wonderful Christmas!

 Day 12 Giveaway  One more chance to win!
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53 Responses to Day 12 Giveaway–One more chance to win!

  1. Brenda Payne says:

    My goal for 2011 is to pass on to my 11 year old granddaughter what my mother and grandmother gave me as a girl; the joy of creating one of a kind projects through sewing, quilting and crafting. She already has a keen eye for color and textures, and shows an interest in sewing. I feel it is important to share ones knowledge and passion.

  2. Lucille Beck says:

    I also crochet and knit and have to divide my time so as to keep all my projects heading toward completion so I can get to my sewing machine, serger and yarn stash without getting lost in the stacks of projects underway.

  3. Pamela Richardson says:

    My resolution is to complete at least two projects a month. That will cover all birthdays and Christmas in 2011. My hope is to have a stress free holiday season and enjoy some Christmas crafting.