Giveaway: Stylish Wraps by Yoshiko Tsukiori

It’s giveaway time!

Stylish Wraps 242x300 Giveaway: Stylish Wraps by Yoshiko TsukioriWe’re giving away a copy of Stylish Wraps by Yoshiko Tsukiori, as seen in the December 2017/January 2018 issue of Sew News:

Japanese fashion designer Yoshiko Tsukiori created this collection of lightweight wraps to be easy to sew and look fantastic. Five included patterns are used to make 22 timeless wraps, including capes, ponchos, jackets, coats and stoles. The versatile patterns are easy to adapt to suit your personal style, and the soft loose lines are flattering on any figure. Whether your tastes run to feminine, classic, both or other, this book has something for you.

For your chance to win a copy of Stylish Wraps, leave a comment on this post between now and Friday, Jan 5, at noon (Mountain Standard Time). We’ll randomly pick a winner from among the commenters Friday afternoon using Random.org.

Good luck!

 

 Giveaway: Stylish Wraps by Yoshiko Tsukiori
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79 Responses to Giveaway: Stylish Wraps by Yoshiko Tsukiori

  1. Marya says:

    Would love to add this to my library!

  2. Sunnie says:

    Thanks for the giveaway, that’s a lot you can make with this, with the 22 styles!

  3. Suaan Miller says:

    Beautiful wraps!

  4. Margy Holloway says:

    Would love to make this–very stylish!

  5. Susan Spiers says:

    Looks like a wonderful must-have book! Thank you!

  6. Chris Coladonato says:

    What a great way to start the new year…with an awesome and practical giveaway! The book looks fantastic…would love to have a copy!

  7. Beverly Doeschot says:

    Wow! This would be perfect to use with my 4-Hers! We have 4-Hers from ages 8-18 who love to sew! Several are wanting to sew with wool!

  8. Anne Cole-Fairfield says:

    Trendy, simple and WARM! Love it!

  9. Sueann Walter says:

    The wrap looks lovely as does the book.

  10. carmen says:

    Que bello, me encanta los pochos abrigo..! Saludos desde Venezuela

  11. Lorene says:

    Classic, stylish, versatile, what more could anyone want? This designer knows how to design clothes. That is so refreshing to see.

  12. Kim says:

    Love a good wrap!!

  13. Russelyn Anderson says:

    It’s chilly inside of church and that would be awesome to create

  14. Suzanne Sullivan says:

    These look like beautiful patterns that would be fun to make!

  15. Marie says:

    Ooo! Looks like a book full of things I’d actually make and wear! So beautiful!

  16. Amanda Burgess says:

    This is beautiful- love to make this

  17. Victoria Woods says:

    I was taught to sew by my Japanese mother and would love to have the opportunity to sew with this designers ideas.

  18. Sharon says:

    If you would be willing to send this book to someone in England, I would be thrilled to receive it.

  19. Cindy says:

    Love these styles and this book. Love Japanese designers! Thanks for the opportunity!

  20. Barb Bryson says:

    Looks interesting…and can always use a wrap during Michigan winters.

  21. Mary says:

    Japanese designers seem to create simple, interesting home sewing patterns — like these!

  22. Carla Vachowski says:

    Currently snowed in and dreaming of cozy clothing!

  23. Therese Velde says:

    Exquisite! I love the Japanese esthetic.

  24. Pat W says:

    I love these styles! This collection of patterns would be an incredible book to own. And make!

  25. Christy says:

    What a great book! I would love to have it. Capes are perfect for San Diego weather.

  26. Kathy Zachry says:

    What a nice giveaway prize! Thanks, I’d love to win it.

  27. Katy says:

    I would love a copy of this book! I’m always looking for something warm and nice looking to wear out up here in Upstate NY.

  28. Debbie says:

    I think the wraps are very creative!

  29. Angela Anthony says:

    I would love to win and make some creative wraps!

  30. Marybeth Horne says:

    I have just started looking at wraps, etc. This looks so playful and elegant. Would love to win .

  31. Linda Baldwin says:

    Love the designs. Would love to win.

  32. Rosalind says:

    Capes and wraps are my favorites for comfort and style.

  33. Christianne McCall says:

    I love all Japanese sewing books. Would love to have this. Thanks for the chance!

  34. Penelope Jimenez says:

    I would love to win! Thanks for the giveaway!

  35. Maria Merante says:

    Size-free and pretty? Perfect!!!

  36. Sheila Liddle says:

    I love wraps and capes. I made my first one when I was 18 -50 years ago. I was trying to earn some money while at college. The lady was a nurse and was delighted

  37. Irena says:

    Looks amazing!

  38. Kathleen H says:

    Stylish ways to stay warm!

  39. Edie Scott says:

    I’d love to have these patterns! Capes are my favs!

  40. Love this cape, I love wearing capes always looking for new ideas.
    Have 3 granddaughters who love them.
    My youngest asked me to make her a red one.
    She has worn so many times.

  41. Brenda B says:

    I love Wraps. Perfect for many occasions. Think I would make one from old denim jeans first for daywear while running errands. Then, an elegant wrap for evenings out and formal wear would be so pretty and easy to make lovely fabrics. Would love to add this book o my library.

  42. Terri C says:

    Oh I’d love this, have wanted to sew these for a long time! This would get me started!

  43. Melanie Headland says:

    These are beautiful!

  44. Marsha says:

    I love this style in fashion! Clean, simple lines show off a great fabric and no fitting or adjusting patterns! The cape on the cover is exceptional with the bow. Looks very modern for 2018. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  45. Mimi says:

    It would be great to have all the in style options for keeping warm.

  46. Caitlin says:

    Oh! I’d love to make these for my mom and I! Cold offices are a struggle.

  47. Jessica Bailey says:

    Chic looking! These kinds of garments can hide a multitude of sins and highlight some great fabrics. I hope I win!

  48. Nicole says:

    Love to ein this book

  49. Jill Miller says:

    I love these styles!

  50. Daisy says:

    I work in an old office building where the heating system works when it wants to. A wrap would provide much needed warmth and the wrap on the cover of the book would not only be warm but also beautiful.