Giveaway: Sew Home by Erin Schlosser

It’s giveaway time!

Sew Home 236x300 Giveaway: Sew Home by Erin SchlosserWe’re giving away a copy of Sew Home by Erin Schlosser as seen in the August/September 2017 issue of Sew News:

Transform your dwelling into a space that reflects your personality, your imagination and your dreams. Sew Home, written by a professional interior designer, will teach you the basics of interior design as well as how to make 31 projects for the home. The projects  include window treatments, linens, storage solutions and more in a range of skill levels. Filled with valuable information, this book is the must-have guide for any home décor sewist.

For your chance to win a copy of Sew Home, leave a comment on this post between now and tomorrow, September 8, at noon (Mountain Daylight Time). We’ll randomly pick a winner from among the commenters tomorrow afternoon using Random.org.

Good luck!

 Giveaway: Sew Home by Erin Schlosser
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27 Responses to Giveaway: Sew Home by Erin Schlosser

  1. Carol E says:

    Would be sew fun to get some home decor ideas and try making them. I’ve been a garment and quilt sewist for over 50 year but have only been successful with some curtains and pillows as far as home decorating goes.

  2. Christi says:

    I think I missed this one but looks like a great book.

  3. Katharine Sheppard says:

    This book looks amazing! Love that bright cushion!

  4. Sandy Poulson says:

    Love sewing & trying new projects! Info for storage would be fun to learn about and sew for home use .

  5. Gwen says:

    Love that drop lamp shade, would like to learn how to do it, along with the pillow!

  6. Jill Dean says:

    I love sewing for my home. I’ve done curtains, pillows, cushions, placemats, the list goes on. I would love to read this book and learn some new techniques and new projects! Thank you!

  7. MelodyJ says:

    Looks like a good book.

  8. Michele says:

    Would love to add this book to my sewing library!

  9. Tamra Smith-Wasel says:

    This looks like it’s filled with fun projects!

  10. Karen Ellis says:

    Looks very interesting. Would love to get a copy.

  11. Kathy E. says:

    Sewing for my home (or a friend’s home) is my favorite type of project! I know that it will be used and cherished and that’s all I need to get me sewing! This book would fill me with new inspiration.

  12. marie keller says:

    Wow is that a hanging light on the cover? That totally would solve my lighting dilemma in my gazebo. Thank’s for the chance to win the book.

  13. Nancy Wichtendahl says:

    What lovely projects!!!

  14. Joy E says:

    As a new sewer, I could use some new projects!

  15. Rosemarie Benson says:

    I would truly enjoy this book. Thank You

  16. Karen Harvey says:

    I could sure use this!

  17. Emma says:

    this book is so needed right now! Hope I win!

  18. Beth Griesbaum says:

    Looks like a great book to put some color in your home! Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. Ruth Yoder says:

    Beautiful book! I want to make the round bin!

  20. Virginia Moen says:

    This book looks really fun, I would love to have it!

  21. Shirley Howard says:

    A quite interesting machine cover. Home sewing can be fun and challenging.

  22. Holly Chung says:

    I love to sew things for my home. Don’t do it nearly enough. So much to sew, so little time.

  23. Deb says:

    This sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win!

  24. Catherine says:

    This sounds like a book I could use since I had to move into a retirement home.

  25. Cheryl says:

    Looks like a great book, thanks for the giveaway!

  26. Ginger Barlow says:

    I love all the bright colored projects on the front of this book. I bet the inside is like candy!

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