12 Days of Giveaways, Day 12! Win one of 12 books!

Well, we made it to day 12! Yesterday’s winner is Tonja C. who won a copy of Heart-Felt Holidays.  She answered the question “What handmade gifts are you sewing this holiday season?” by saying:

“I ordered Tim Kaufman Grinch fabric and made my daughter and her fiance Christmas Stockings featuring the Grinch and colored bells. As I was sewing a neighbor stopped by and told me about 3 children whose parents are struggling so I am making three more but these will be Rudolph themed as that was the only child oriented fabric I could find locally. I will be filling them up too. I will also be making some for my best friends children.”

Thanks to Tonja and everyone for reading the post yesterday and responding.

12.21 1024x768 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 12! Win one of 12 books!

Today, as it is the final day of the giveaway, we are giving away 12 books! That means we will have 12 winners today! Your chances of winning are truly fabulous today, so be sure to post your response. These books come from some of our favorite publishers, including Andrews McMeel Publishing, Cico Books, Martingale & Company, Schiffer Books, Taunton Press and more.

Answer the following question in the comments section below and we will randomly choose a winner next week. For the final question, we want to know: What is your favorite holiday tradition?

I know in my family, my favorite tradition was playing card games after Christmas Eve dinner. There were so many people in the house we made up new rules to try and include everyone in the game.

From all of us at Sew News, we wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season! Thanks for reading!

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113 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 12! Win one of 12 books!

  1. Andrea Chmura says:

    Making pierogies with my mama.

  2. Millissa says:

    My favorite tradition is we always light a candle for our loved ones who have passed away and gone to Heaven before us. It comforts our souls at Christmas knowing they are in Heaven but always with us in our Hearts and our memories.

  3. Emily C says:

    I love decorating for christmas with all the fun ornaments and wreaths.

  4. cherita davis says:

    Christmas means FAMILY. Merry Christmas to all. Sure would LOVE to win those books. Thanks.

  5. Beth says:

    I love our family Christmas party with talents, kids craft,white elephant gift exchange, presents and dinner. Most memorable and so fun!

  6. Regina Doyle says:

    Making sure that at least some of your family are with us at Christmas to enjoy a meal no fighting and plenty of laughs.

  7. KJ says:

    My favorite tradition is having the grandkids at my house on Christmas Eve to open their presents. They’re grown now but they still get so excited!

  8. Emily F says:

    We gather together as a family with my inlaws and have christmas eve dinner together and all the grandkids get to open one present of christmas pjs. And then on christmas we go over to my folks and eat christmas dinner together. So I guess my favorite Christmas tradition is gathering together around a nice meal.

  9. Karen A says:

    My favorite Christmas tradition is going to the Christmas Eve services at our church.
    We attend the “family” service at 7:00 and the Candlelight service at 11:00.

  10. Linda says:

    Making Christmas ornaments. When the kids were younger they often made ornaments in school. Now that the youngest is out of the house, making ornaments is another reason to get together each year.

  11. Evelyn says:

    My husband and I make spiced sugar every year to give to family and friends.

  12. Chuck says:

    As much as I hate wrapping the gifts, takes up to a couple of hours, it`s such a joy watching the youngins rip them open in a matter of a few seconds.

  13. Rena Marr says:

    Playing cards and putting together insanely huge (50,000+ pieces) puzzles together on the card table.

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