Heart Felt Holidays Giveaway

March 15, 2012, 10:21 am  Posted by needlearts

It’s the middle of March and you know what that means–it’s the holiday season! Well, maybe not THE holiday season. But it is certainly full of fun and festive occasions.

Amanda noticed it while putting together Heart Felt Holidays: There’s just so much excitement from March to May as things warm up. To help you celebrate, we’re giving away a copy of Heart Felt Holidays along with its sister book Fa La La La Felt and a bundle of felt!

Here’s a brief look at some of the things you could make. If you’re excited about St. Patrick’s Day, there’s the Leprechaun Finger Puppet you saw last week. Of course there’s also Easter, so you may want to make the Bunny Bunting, some Easter Egg Tree Ornaments, or even the Bunny Pal you see on the cover. And specific holidays aside, you may want to celebrate the joy of April showers and May flowers–perhaps something like the Mushroom Love Brooch, the April Showers wall hangings, or the May Flowers Garland is up your alley!

To enter for a chance to win a copy of Heart Felt Holidays, a copy of Fa La La La Felt, and a bundle of felt, please leave a comment on this post by 9 p.m. EST on Friday, March 16. Any comment is fine—though we’d love to hear what holiday you’re looking forward to! One winner will be selected at random from among all eligible entries and notified by Monday, March 19. Cara is the winner!

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60 Responses

    I can appreciate any holiday that gives me a day off work to sew! :) But especially Christmas and New Years, because of the time with family and friends, and a chance for a fresh start.

    NellyKelly says:

    Wow, thanks for the opportunity. I’m just starting some felting projects, this would be a great resource!!

    SewLindaAnn says:

    I know seasons aren’t a holiday, but I’m really looking forward to some sunshine in Spring/Summer. Holiday wise I’m looking forward to Christmas. I’m making a whole bunch of stuff this year, and even have some things cut out already. I’ve never been good at starting early and I’m trying to change that.

    I like Memorial Day because that seems to be the start of bbqs and the 3-month period when it’s ok to leave work early.

    Drmithome says:

    Christmas is my favorite holiday.

    kathrynn polfer says:

    I love Easter, the start of spring

    Lbknutson says:

    Right now I’m looking forward to Easter!

    MFFielder says:

    halloween is coming!

    lisa says:

    That’s such a great giveaway!  Thanks for the chance to win. 
    There’s really not any holiday that I’m looking forward to.  We
    don’t really celebrate holidays due to MIL’s religion.  She lives
    with us.

    jleekamitchell says:

    Hoping to get a head start on making Christmas gifts this year.  Thanks for the chance to win.

    Suze says:

    Always looking forward to Christmas! But little people’s birthdays are great holidays too.

    martinmosaics says:

    I hae a slew of birthdays and graduations coming up. But, my favorite season is fall and I hope to make some fall things soon for coming one. :-)v

    Cori says:

    Definitely easter. I love spring and easter candy is the best.

    Danna BC says:

    My favorite holiday is Halloween-any chance to dress up and wear fake lashes is a good one. :)

    Mosaic Magpie says:

    I love working with and stitching on felt!  Felt is great for most every holiday!

    Readerwoman says:

    I am new to felting, and making things with felt – but I love it! made this for my daughter for Christmas and almost didn’t want to give it to her!

      Diane says:

      where did you get the pattern ffor that santa its too cute i love it, and you did a great job!!

    Clpotter says:

    I am mostly into beading but I like many other things also.

    MelodyJ says:

    I love Easter and Christmas the best.


    Christen says:

    Personally, I always look forward to Halloween!

    Cara says:

    I love all the holidays…any excuse to decorate the house and make cute crafts! Really looking forward to Easter and all the cute bunny crafts I’ve been finding. :-)

    Diane says:

    Its a tuff one to pick a Holiday thats my fav.I have to say when one holiday goes buy i start getting ready for the next one. I have 5 grown up children and 6 grandbabies. I am a busy soul!!! I love all the things you can make with felt while sitting in the evenings watching TV. I knit sew and paint, but i sure do love working in felt!!!!!

    Heidi says:

    I LOVE Fa La La La Felt!! I don’t know how many times I have gotten it out of the library. So, I would really love to own it for myself. And then another book on top of that??? What a great thing!!! 

    Usairdoll says:

    Some holidays I love more than others, however, my all time favorite is Christmas. I also love Halloween. I have a one year old grandson and can’t wait till he is old enough for him and I to start making holiday decorations together. Looks like two wonderful books I’d love to have.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.


    I like the 4th of July because it is also one of my daughter’s birthdays – she’ll be 21 years old this year!

    My favorite holiday is Easter as it means that Spring is here!  Love Spring with the flowers, and the new life, the baby birdies and duckies, too!

    lorena says:

    Oh what a fun giveaway!  I love 4th of July ’cause it’s right in the middle of summer! :)

    Leslie says:

    The only holiday I really care about is Christmas. It always seemed to hold such promise and warm feelings. This would be a terrific prize to win! Thanks for the chance.

    Laura O says:

    I am determined this year that I will begin working on Christmas projects early enough to actually finish them. Of course, it’s agony to try and think Christmas when Easter is around the corner!

    Thanks so much,

    justval says:

    I am currently working on little homemade Christmas presents and ornaments for my 22 year old baby girl.Since moving 2000 miles away, I want her to feel bits and pieces of my love not only at Christmas but through out the year. It also helps me deal with missing her so badly!

    Mandy L. says:

    I just love holidays in general, but my fave is definetly Christmas!

    Dona Reynolds says:

    I love all the holidays because I sew for my local children’s hospital and it gives me a chance to make them smile.  Use mostly felt and they love the small dolls/animals to hold when they’re scared.


    Kirsetnjett says:

    Looks like fun! I’d love to try some of these projects.

    Christine Bolin says:

    I love the colos of the felt.  I’m thinking about Christmas right now. I do this every year.  I put together all the things I’ll need to make most of my Christmas gifts,  That’s the hardest part is putting all the materials together.  

    Kathleen says:

    My son collects bunnies which I realize will probably not last through his teenage years.  So, I would enjoy making the adorable bunny on the cover while my house collects dust bunnies!  Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

    Poppy says:

    I always look forward to Easter because it means warmer weather, flowers, butterflies, and green grass are coming! I could use more craft ideas for other holidays besides Christmas, thank you for the giveaway.

    Tabitha Klucking says:

    Halloween is my most favorite.  I love everything about it…crafts, decorating, goodies, spookies, etc.

    Debra Lee says:

    I’m looking forward to planting my garden. Thanks for the chance at wining these great books!

    Looking forward to seeing the fireworks on the 4th.

    Tiffeny Weis says:

    I look forward to Christmas. This year I will be making scarves for the family, my grandmother just passed and she use to bring a big box and let everyone pick. She taught me to knit, and now I must carry on the tradition. I am already picking out scarf patterns and yarn she left me. The made those fuzzy scarves, I think we will do lacy ones this year. Keep the tradition, but change it a little. 

    Iamshepoet says:

    I do alot of crafts and sewing but my favorite thing to do is make stuffed toys.  I love making gifts for the holidays!  I would love to work with this felt kit!

    Melissa says:

    What a great giveaway! I always look forward to Halloween. The craft projects are always so much fun!

    I love working with felt… I have stack of it for the grandkids to play with and do things with… 

    Nicole Luedtke says:

    I’m looking forward to having my son make gifts for his grandparents for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. They love knowing that he took the time to make them something special.

    Cindy says:

    Looking forward to St. Patrick’s Day, but crafting for the fall holidays and Christmas is my favorite.

    KarenB says:

    Looking forward to Christmas!

    Mandylikespie says:

    Wonderful giveaway! Easter has always been my favorite holiday. Lucky me–it’s right around the corner!

    Vbehymer says:

    Easter is my fav for this time of year…the flowers are blooming and the grass is getting green! Thanks!

    Judy Piotrowski says:

    That sounds like so very much fun. I do love felt and new ideas are always welcome.

    Andrea Noren says:

    Well, for crafts, Easter and Christmas are my favorites.  I handmake a lot of my gifts, and I love pastel Easter and spring crafts!

    Jennifer R. Gojira says:

    I look forward to Halloween every year. It’s like Christmas to me and my hubby. 

    Anna Muniz says:

    I love the versatility of felt. It’s such an approachable, inexpensive material for newcomers of textile arts. Applique, stuffed toys, wearable accessories- just get a glue gun or a sewing kit from your nearest 99cent store and you’re ready. 

    Anonymous says:

    Easter!!! I rescued a bunny a few years ago, and now I am obsessed with all things rabbit! I decorate her cage and make it her special day.

    Jagels says:

    Right now i’m looking forward to Easter.  I love to make bunnies and chicks, especially out of felt. great books would like to win :)

    Halloween is my all time favorite holiday, I love the colors 

    ritainalaska says:

    i’m going to be ggm again, after 12 years … need new ideas of things to make for this new dggs!  this sounds like fun for both of us!  thanx for the oportunity to win.

    Mypinkrainbow says:

    Georgia Stewart i would so love to win these awesome books and would review them on my you tube channel and do some tutorials on some of the projects and be so freaking happy to have them so i can create some very awesome goodies

    Mypinkrainbow says:

    my fav holiday is christmas , i love turning into what my kids call the evil santa  lord as ever since they wre little i alway insisted that they make crafts together for the tree , make cookies and we sing carols and wear santa hats for the whole day , after thanksgiving to get us in the spirit for the most wonderful holiday of the year

    Kristin says:

    My favorite holiday is Christmas, so of course I always look forward to it. :) Though I’m not in any hurry for it to get here yet!

    superb post.Ne’er knew this, thankyou for letting me know.

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