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. Susie Doty says:

    I would love this book! I would dress up kitchen curtains and potholders to match! I hope you pick me.

  2. Victoria Butler says:

    I would use them on the quilts I’m making for my two daughters for Christmas.

  3. angela cianfaglione says:

    I would like to make decortive pillows for family members. I think they would make nice Christmas gifts.

  4. Martha Barrell says:

    I would use them on a coat I am making, and some baby items I am going to be making for some of my friends.

  5. zapper45701 says:

    I’m working on some applique on my latest clothing project.

  6. Crystal C. says:

    I would use the techniques to embellish purses, clothes, wall art, home decor, etc….
    I would love to learn new skills with adding this book to my library.

  7. jessica Stubbs says:

    I would love to embellish the dresses i make for my daughters!

  8. Cathy Howell says:

    I would love this book. With the designs I would do quilt block centers. TOO CUTE!

  9. Laura Smith says:

    Oooo yeah, I would use them on an oversized clutch bag.

  10. Diane says:

    I would use these on the things I make for my granddaughters!

  11. Sandra Coronado says:

    I would make some wonderful gifts for my new granddaughter and for my daughter. As a new mom, you tend to not feel so beautiful and glamorous and having some fun ideas to make gifts for her would brighten her day!

  12. jerri thompson says:

    i have been making stockings and keychains for a funriser for arthritis awareness. Do you know that Kids Get Arthritis Too. it can be life threating. i would love a book to my the stocks and keychains really unique of to make another craft.

  13. Nancy says:

    I would love to start working on some Christmas gifts and I know my girls would love some family cloth napkins…i would embroider a cloth napkin for all the members of their families… I also plan to make some laundry bags for family members and could personalize them with a fitting motif…

  14. Peta says:

    Oh pick me please and brighten up my horrid wet and windy Scottish summer’s day!!

  15. Gale Rowland says:

    This would be a wonderful book to have when doing projects to introduce the grandchildren to sewing and crafting. I would love to have it!!!

  16. Lori Moody says:

    I’d embellish wall hangings and tote bags as gifts for teachers at our elementary school.

  17. Sue Penn says:

    Baby Gifts! Definitely baby gifts! And hopefully I will be a grandma one day soon. Can’t wait!

  18. Kim N says:

    I cross stitch everything but would love some ideas on embroidery!

  19. Rosemary says:

    All I can say is Grandchildren!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. beckee says:

    I would use them on quilts for my nieces!

  21. Barbara Ann says:

    I would use it to finish off a dress jacket I’m making for the holiday’s

  22. norma velasquez says:

    i would love this book bcause i want to make a dress 4 my grandbaby. i hope u pick me : )

  23. Dell M says:

    I love to add a cute embroidery to the bodice of little girl’s dresses I make. Love finding new designs.

  24. Elizabeth says:

    If I had this book I would embellish EVERYTHING lol, I have to girls and I love to add cute embellishments and accents to the things I make for them.

  25. Doris says:

    It would really be cute on a baby t-shirt or tote bag!

  26. Sara Garman says:

    I love hand stitching, embroidery and cross-stitch. Dish towels and hot pads or decorative pillows are favorite projects.

  27. Laura Kealey says:

    Looks like I’ll get lots of ideas from this book. I might be able to do more than bags, dresses and lavender sachets. So in answer to your question, if it doesn’t move fast enough I’ll try and embelish it ;-)

  28. Kathy says:

    Oh the things that I could do if I had a book like you! I would make embellished bath towels, kitchen towels, beach towels and don’t forget the sunny beach umbrella for our beachy weather! Oh and what about potholders, wine bottle holders and beer snugglers too! Oh the things that I could do if I only had a book like you!!

  29. Alvine Creamer says:

    I would embellish doll clothes that I make for friends, grandchildren and great grandchildren as well as baby quilts I make as gifts and charity items.

  30. Susan Nagel says:

    I would love to embellish towels, clothing, baby items , quilts and alot more. The book is filled with wonderful stitching that makes my head spin just thinking about all the applications. Would just love to have it!

  31. sharon mim says:

    I would use these designs for my new grandchild!

  32. Pam says:

    I see purses in my head, every fabric I see my brain fashions into a purse, so I would love to use some of the motifs and techniques to decorate those purses I’ll be making. Also, I am teaching my niece sewing techniques and hand embroidery is one in which she shows particular interest.

  33. Michelle Steelman says:

    I would love to embellish the various different clothing designs I am working on creating

  34. Colleen Elston says:

    I am just teaching my granddaughter to hand embroider and would love to share it with her.

  35. Judy says:

    I have one grandson and another grandson and granddaughter on the way. I think I could use EVERYTHING in the book! Thank you for the contest and prize give away. And, let me say congratulations to they winner.

  36. Anna Marie McGowan Channel says:

    that would be a wonderful book to add to my collection as i teach crafts and quilting at a Sr.Ctr.

  37. Tyrinda Hendricks says:

    I would definitely monogram my kids clothes so they will stop being “unidentified objects” in the school’s lost and found! And maybe even do something special on the bodice of my dresses. The possibilities are endless…

  38. Diane K says:

    I would embellish a pair of overalls for our grandson with a train!

  39. Patty Chambers says:

    I would love to have this book, I adore embellishing. Grandbaby’s clothing.

  40. Allie says:

    I love to get an early start on Christmas gifts for my family and hubby’s family. I would use these new designs on kitchen tea towels and cloth napkins, blankets for friends with new babies. I would also love to start adding embroidery to my clothing! Thank you for the chance at this giveaway! :)

  41. Cheryl Maynard says:

    Baby clothes, bibs, burp cloths, table cloths, quilts, and on and on and on. . .

  42. Ooohh, what great ideas. Count me in.

  43. Zaida says:

    So many projects so little time. Gifts, gifts, gifts, for family and friends.

  44. renee carney says:

    my grand-daughters jumpers and dresses! and christmas stockings!

  45. Mary Ebert says:

    I have a brand new premature granddaughter. I would embellish some keepsake items for her.

  46. Carol Gartrell says:

    On items I sew for my grandchildren. They would love it!

  47. Linda says:

    I would love, love this book!!! I sew for my grandchildren, especially the grandaughters!!! Neat things to do!!!

  48. Darlene says:

    I would use them on some new fall outfits that I am making for my daughter.

  49. Bianca Springer says:

    I would use them to embellish the nursery bedding I am making for my son to be born in November :) .

  50. Mary Beth says:

    I would embellish some of my daugters clothing and bedding. It would be great to learn to hand embellish some of their camp clothes as well!

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