Free Stuff Friday!

Happy Free Stuff Friday! Today we’re giving away a copy of Sweet Stitches from the Heart, which includes more than 70 Project Ideas and 900 Stitch Motifs for hand embroidery and cross-stitch. To enter to for a chance to win, answer this question: What items or projects would you embellish using the techniques and designs featured in the book? Enter your answer in the comments section below, and we’ll announce a winner on Monday! Good luck!

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84 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Lynda Verdenik says:

    I love to embelish baby and toddler clothing in soft, creative embroidery stitches. This book would give my daughter and myself many hours of fun.

  2. PDXPam says:

    I would use it on clothing made for my 5 granddaughters!

  3. Linda Paine says:

    I would use the ideas and designs to make gifts for my newest grandchild who is due to arrive just before Christmas this year and for the babies big sister who just turned 2 and moved to her new “big room” which needs curtains and other decorations.

  4. Barbara says:

    I would love to use the designs to embroider on shawls for Christmas gifts !! Please pick me…..

  5. rozevelyn says:

    I would embellish clothing, gifts, children’s clothing, and even gift wraps. I am just learning how to embroidery so this book would be invaluable to me.

  6. karen says:

    My son is getting married and I am looking forward to grandchildren. I so want this book.

  7. Teri says:

    I would use them to decorate, clothes for the grandchildren, then do kitchen decor and what ever other ideas might come to me when I get started….I would love to have this book. I am sure that Iwould be able to find many of birthday and Christmas gift ideas…

  8. Vicky Rhoton Kelley says:

    Fun stuffed toys, stockings and felted hats.

  9. Mary W. says:

    I would use these ideas on anything I can get my hands on. I have been cleaning, cleaning, cleaning at my house and my sewing room is finally getting the attention it deserves.

  10. Kathleen Graas says:

    Sweet Stitches belong on EVERYTHING. Today’s fashion says, “Embellish it All!”

  11. Linda Henzler says:

    Quilting …..that is my passion. I’m still a newbie.

  12. Brenda Green says:

    It would be great to make something for my three grandsons and soon to be little adopted granddaughter from China.

  13. Maria says:

    I like to use embroidery on quilts and wall hangings.

  14. Catherine says:

    I would definitely use this as a creative guide for embellishing plain old sweaters and linens.

  15. Margaret says:

    This book looks very intriguing! As much as I’d enjoy winning it, I may just have to splurge as it seems full of projects I’d like to try. Thanks for putting this together!

  16. I would embellish my mothers sweet shirts I cut down the middle and ad a zipper or button. She loves wearing them.

  17. Shirley Casciola says:

    Pillows and baby clothes.

  18. Jackie says:

    I would definitely use the designs on outfits I sew for my grand daughter, as well as on baby gifts.

  19. Cheryl says:

    I would embellish the world making it a prettier, happier place for mankind. Now do I win the Mrs. Embellish America crown?

  20. Meghan says:

    I would embellish anything and everything! Pillows, blankets, quilts…..

  21. Gloria Hemmen says:

    The doll clothes I have planned for Christmas gifts would be spectacular with the embroidered designs from this book!

  22. baby gifts and christmas gifts. how fun!

  23. Anita Seery says:

    My grandmother recently gove me some linen from when she was a child in Latvia, i would use these techniques to turn them into beautiful table clothes for special occasions so that the memory of her lives on allong with my heritage.

  24. sue says:

    I’d definitely be using the cross stitch patterns to embellish things for my 3 grand daughters – they are THE MOST fun to sew for and make them unique and special

  25. SewLindaAnn says:

    Right now I’m into making little cards to enclose in swap packages, and just to say hi in the old form so I’d use some for that. I also have cross stitched many small and tiny projects to eventually make a wall hanging or collage out of that would work as well.

  26. Charlene says:

    Oh my, so many things to stitch and embellish!! I would have to say that if it doesn’t move….it’s getting embellished!! I love to sew and craft. Having this book to arm me with more knowledge would be such a blessing! Thank you

  27. Gail M. says:

    I would use for personalizing small christmas gifts for my quilting buddies. I made these amazing functuional needle cases from the Art to Heart Sew Necessities book and the hand stitched motifs can be easily used on these small projects. Please pick me….I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

  28. Regina says:

    I have a new grandson on the way; October 11th!! My first grandbaby’s new wardrobe would be embellished with all sorts of fun things!! I’m having a ball sewing for this little guy! :)

  29. I enjoy adding something extra to the items I make.
    They would look good on sweat shirts, jackets,children clothes, and on quilts.

  30. Grace says:

    I’m very much into making books right now, so I’d use the techniques to embellish book pages or covers. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. Kathy Nelson says:

    I would use the beautiful embroidery ideas to make matching outfits for my granddaughters and their American Girl Dolls. They are 2 yrs old and 8 yrs old and love to dress alike. It is one of the reasons that I sew, it is hard to find beautiful outfits in such a wide range of sizes. My grandson loves matching shirts too! Thank you for the beautiful inspiration!!!!

  33. Jeanne G says:

    Since I only machine embroider, I would have to ask my best friend Sue W. of Chicago what items or projects she would embellish — because I would happily send this book to the most creative and inspiring seamstress I know.

  34. Elizabeth Gray says:

    I would be using the ideas for decorating gifts for my 3 greatgrandaughters for
    christmas and birthday presents

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