Sew Merry! Book Giveaway

November 30, 2011, 15:25 pm  Posted by Lark

So, friends, the holiday crafting season is in full swing… or has been for weeks if you planned well! Every year, I find myself with lofty goals for handmade goodies, spend a good bit of time figuring out just what to make, and then I promptly make myself half crazy trying to finish everything before the holiday (which usually involves at least a few one-week-later gifts). Sound familiar?

This year, I’ve forgone all of that…but I salute everyone who’s hard at work sewing handmade gifts. May your needles be swift, your fabric enough, and your sewing space filled to the gills with merriment! To celebrate your holiday craftiness, we’re offering a sewing book bundle giveaway, with loads of projects perfect for making and giving.

Enter below for a chance to win these books: 100 Pretty Little Projects, Stash Happy Felt and Patchwork, Pretty in Patchwork Doll Quilts, Fa La la La Felt, Sewn by Hand, and Book of Bags.

To be entered, please leave a comment on this post by 9 p.m. EST on Wednesday, December 7. Any comment is fine—though we’d love to hear what holiday gifts you’re sewing this year. One winner will be selected at random from among all eligible entries and notified by Friday, December 9. Comments for this giveaway are closed! We’ll announce the winner soon.

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198 Responses

    Alicia says:

    what a fun giveaway! I’m working on a couple super secret sewing projects right now for Christmas! Shhh!

    I’d love to know what holiday gifts I’m going to sew! I haven’t quite worked that out. (This is the part where I shrug and eat lots of cookies instead of actually getting to work on the gifts.)

    Erin N. says:

    Thanks for the contest! I’m mostly knitting this holiday, but I do have a prayer/meditation mat on my husband’s wish list that I’m going to try to sew myself.

    Dollie says:

    I’m going to attempt to make some blankets for my nieces and nephews :) 

    Dollie says:

    I’m going to attempt to make some blankets for my nieces and nephews :) 

    Muireann says:

    I’m going to sew my husband a Christmas stocking. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Christie Bradley says:

    I have a four month old who will not allow me to set her down for more than a few minutes as a rule, so I am not making presents this year!  I am buying handmade presents to give to most of my family though.  Etsy ftw!

    I’m working on dishtowels with a dress “hanger” attached. I would love to win, thanks for the opportunity!  Good luck everyone!!

    Paula says:

    I am going to attempt a table runner; actually kind of shooting from the hip since I can’t seem to find just the right pattern. At any rate, thanks for the chance to win the books; my library can always make some more room!

    Jane says:

    I will be sewing scarfs for my mom and my “hopefully somewhen to be mother in law”. My twin boys will be receiving an I-Spy quilt each. Not sure about everyone else – I might know later on this week (I took two days off from work to have time to sew a bit…)

    I’m making a stocking for the youngest kiddo (#4), some felt bracelets, and of course, dozens upon dozens of cookies.  Thank you for such a fun giveaway!

    Sarah Cody says:

    My two girls that are 2 and 1 are keeping me busy but I have a few projects in my mind and on my pinterest boards such as little back packs for my girls, cloth teething rings, and any other home made gifts will probably be knitted… always love new sources of inspiration!!!

    Nancy Lowe says:

    I have made a tree quilt and a train quilt so far for my grandchildren.  2 more to go:a rose quilt and a 4 seasons tree quilt. Back to work!……….

    Cheryl says:

    I am making quilt blocks right now and crocheting! Not at the same time, Lol!!! Got a little behind as I had an accident with my right arm and was out of commission for two weeks. I would really love to win the books, as I have not been able to buy any for ages with the economy the way it is. Thanks…

    curiositykt says:

    I made a darling little bag for a little explorer that I know.

    I’m making stuffed animals, felt monogrammed gift tags, and monoprinted silk scarves, to name a few! I’m doing almost all handmade this year.  :)  Thanks for doing the giveaway!

    Tree Dellinger says:

    This year I’m working on a baby quilt, some plushies, a set of placemats, and an assortment of felted wool ornaments for gifts. Those books would come in quite handy!

    Maria Johnson says:

    I made an advent calendar and a bunch of gifts to go with that for my inlaws, which meant it had to be sent off by yesterday . . . barely made the deadline!  and I’m making my sister a nice little bag for her tablet plus charger.  We’ll see if I can get that figured out in good time!

    Emilyplays says:

    My crafting list is long!  I’m making a grinchy apron, embroidered felt ornaments, retro door banner, zippered pouches, coin purses, crocheted scarves – egads I’d better get busy!

    BarbaraR says:

    I’m sewing some aprons as gifts and am also working on a quilt for my newest granddaughter.

    Megco320 says:

    Working on sewing quilts, probably took on too much handmade this year!!

    Cynthiammarshall says:

    This year, I’m making loads of red, white, and black potholders for my numerous crafty friends.

    Loonwatcher says:

    I’m a new quilter and haven’t developed a quilting/sewing library yet.  This would sure get me started.

    Caamaro says:

    So far, I’m making a throw and flannel pants but there is still lots of the season left!

    Shellie says:

    I am going to be making some cute zipper coin purses for gifts this year.  Maybe a few scarves and some rice heating things.Thanks for the give away! 

    Laurie Anderson says:

    What a great giveaway! This year I started out making potholders, but just saw a cute tutorial for fabric mobius scarves . . .

    Jagels says:

    Yeah!  a great giveaway!  I made quilts for my boys and am making table runners for the girls;  Doll clothes for the grandkids. thanks.

    Drmithome says:

    I just finished an iPad cover. Would lie to make a couple of ditty bags, pouches and needle cases. Yikes.

    carolyn says:

    Pillows, pillows, pillows are everywhere in my sewing room. I love sewing them!

    Lisa says:

    I hope to sew a puppet for my son for Christmas.

    Suzee says:

    Those are great books to win!! I been sewing anything you can name! purses , wallets, baby dolls, hats, clothes, key chains,,,etc. yep its a home made Christmas again! Most my family can’t wait to see what I made them each year so it makes me feel wonderful knowing that!

    Sasha Cousins says:

    What a great giveaway!!! I have plans for sewing some handmade gifts this year…mostly little bags/purses, but I would love some more ideas! Thank you for the chance!!

    Nzarse says:

    I’m not making holidays gifts this year but I did make a sturdy quilt for the homeless shelter over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

    Suze says:

    I’m sewing the clutch/pouch combo from KeykaLou patterns. Eight of each for right now, probably more. And typically, I’m putting it off as long as I can. They have to be done by next Friday!

    Debbie says:

    always doing crafts.  new books would be helpful

    Danna BC says:

    Right now I’m (planning) sewing some pot holders and mug rugs to send to a good friend of mine.  I’ve got everything planned just need to finish it on time to mail out. :)  

    Melissa says:

    Thank you for your generous giveaway.  I looks like a fabulous collection.

    justval says:

    What a wonderful give-a-way! I am sewing mini wall quilts, coasters/mug rugs and placemats for Christmas, attempting to use all my scrap material.

    Bailey says:

    I am making a mug rug for santa’s milk and cookies

    ErikaB3 says:

    I already made my older sister a table runner and hot pad.  i am hoping to make some placemats and maybe some other fun kitchen items for my younger sisters new apartment.

    Anne Kendall says:

    I’ve made 6 sets of owly potholders, three sets of patchwork placemats, and am about to start sewing a dozen mug rugs. I also have a jewelry rack, 4 cat toys, 3  tile trivets, 2 artist aprons and a set of toddler pj’s to start, and the traditional mailout (by the 17th) of my homemade fudge. My sanity will be residing with the partridge in the pear tree.

    Margaret says:

    I’ve made several knitted gifts so far.  These books would get me started with ideas for next year!

    Emily says:

    I just wrapped up a table runner for my grandma and I am working on some bird ornaments to go in gift packages right now.  I want to make some more decorations, maybe some garlands!

    VickiT says:

    Wow. What an awesome group of books. I would surely have NO excuse short of being in the hospital for not making all sorts of gifts for the next year. lol

    I love making things and it really depends on my mood as to what I make each year. For the past few years it’s been machine embroidered items and free standing lace ornaments. This year I’m working on table runners and stockings (I hope to get to the stockings) and while it’s not crafting, I always make homemade candies for many gifts during the holidays as well. The past few years I haven’t made near as much as I used to because of my health problems but I do love baking and making the candies since everyone just loves them.

    Woolensails says:

    I am making small pillows and stuffing them with crushed pine, so my friends can have the smell of fresh pine.


    Cabnet_33 says:

    I plan to embroider a couple of placemats plus matching napkins to give this year. I might also play around with stitching some Christmas cards.

    martinmosaics says:

    I have just begun to get into wool felt applique! I’m having so much fun! I have mad a few miniature mittens and stockings to give to friends. I actually just found a wool felt applique candle mat to give to my brother and his wife. BUT, I am going to shoot for Dec. of 2012. That gives me plenty of time…..to procrastinate,, but also to get it finished. If I am making Christmas presents, I find that the best time to make them is during the summer. If I don’t get them finished in the summer, they do not get finished. Once school starts in the fall….we’re off and running!! No time for my creative ventures.

    Eileen DiPietro says:

    Just finished a quilt for my sister, a few Christmas trees, and whatever else I can squeeze in.  I would love some inspiration from those books though.

    Lambsrewes says:

    If I said what I was working on, it wouldn’t be a surprise any more

    Carrie says:

    What an assortment of books! i’m sewing all sorts of presents. Right now I’m focusing on sewing ornament presents and having such fun!

    gayle says:

    These look awesome! I haven’t finalized my list yet, but I think I’m making several table runners, a couple of art organizers and jammy pants for my kids, some doll clothes for my daughter, and an angry birds hat for my son. Whew!

    SewLindaAnn says:

    I’m going quick and easy with coasters w/matching little box to store them. Thanks for the book giveaway!

    Tamie says:

    Oh I’d love to have some new books for me. I hope to sew some pouches. We’ll see.

    Nancy D. says:

    I made some gift card holders, some infinity scarves and little pouches that clip onto the end of a dog leash so that my dog walking friends always a have a bag to clean up life’s little messes. New craft books are wonderful presents! Thanks for the chance to win.

    Louise says:

    I haven’t completed my list, but I know there is a reverisble doll, an elf, clothes, a rain coat…. and a purse for me! What a great giveaway!

    I have no idea, I am such a last minute gifter.

    Cori Black says:

    Just a beginner with felting.  My daughter and I are trying a few projects for Christmas – wish us luck!

    Janie says:

    What a nice collection of project and idea books – pick me, pick me….

    Ravia says:

    I’m sewing some baby gifs! good luck

    Lbknutson says:

    Nothing fancy – corn bags and lavender eye sachets

    Taryn says:

    I’m going to be finishing my daughter’s doll that I made her (from a pattern from Wee Wonderfuls). Lord willing.

    Heidi says:

    I am starting a new tradition this year for my new granddaughter. I will be sewing her a Chrismon ornament and will make a new one for her every year.

    Becky Pottsbaker says:

    I’m making a couple of wallets and tablet covers.

    Danielle says:

    I am sewing my niece a guitar shaped purse, and my mom a silk jacket

    muviejunkee says:

    I’m going to be making ornaments for some people and bags for others. 

    Rakagan says:

    Boxer shorts!

    Thislittlepiggy5 says:

    Soup mixes in a jar and scrapbooks!

    I’m going to be sewing up matching quilts for my sister’s baby twins.

    hetisvastmislukt says:

    What a great give-away! Thank you so much for giving us the chance to join! I am making a fabric toy for my 5-month old nephew, and a carrying sling for my sister to carry him in.


    carrie p. says:

    what a fabulous giveaway. I have made pillows and pot holders for gifts this year and a few ornaments.

    jleekamitchell says:

    I love craft books.  Planning to make some fabric baskets for Christmas gifts this year.  Last year I made mug rugs.  Thanks for the chance to win.

    Marianna Menkol says:

    I hope to get some holiday napkins made

    Jan says:

    I am going to make some covered journals.  They might end up presents for next year, though…

    Christine Gant says:

    Wow, these are some great books!  I don’t own a sewing machine, so I ONLY sew by hand.  I’ve really gotten into embroidery on felt, so it’s perfect for making Christmas ornaments.  

    Andrea says:

    Making the kids Christmas shirts. Would Love to win these books!

    Annbordeau says:

    These books are so inspiring! They make me want to create.

    Stacysews says:

    Oh I could definitely use these books – great inspiration!

    What a fantastic giveaway! Thanks so much for having it!

    Barbara says:

    Literally the largest gift is the Christmas queen flannel quilt for my husband – the smallest are felt and beaded snow flake ornaments - 

    I will be in Asheville in 10 days – is it possible to visit you there and purchase books ?

    Many many thanks for the awesome give-away

    Christina Wright says:

    <3 this!

    Great giveaway! Enough inspiration to keep one busy year round.

    Kristy says:

    That is a wonderful book collection! Would be thrilled to own it! :) I’m sewing PJs, stocking stuffers, a few plush friends and hope to finish an apron as well! BUSY FUN!

    Deborah Moyer says:

    Right now, I am working on upgrading the delicate underpinning of our Dickens Fair costuming.  Victorian Ladies unmentionables from sizes 2T to 12!

    marie sierra says:

    wow what a wonderful giveaway! i am desparatley trying to make pillowcases for ladies in my family..everytime i get near the sewing machine..i get called away to tend to some family disaster!!
    mery christmas to all!

    Melissa says:

    Great giveaway as always!!! I am currently finishing up my handmade Christmas presents that include a felt guitar, a crocheted fish, and a sewn eyeglass case.

    Chris Moore says:

    I’m making ornaments. I love to decorate my tree with ornaments I’ve collected over the years. Each one has it’s own special memory.

    We are going through all our storage to find my sewing supplies.  I want to make small items to possibly sell to make our Christmas merrier.  We are so happy that no one is in the hospital this year.  (knock on wood)  Thanks

    Olsonkyla says:

    I would so love these books!! I have 3 daughters and am teaching them to sew. So much fun!! We love to make handmade crafts for our family and friends. Lots of fabric lives at our house :-)

    Gaellelds says:

    I would love to get all these goodies to read this Winter in front of the fire.
    This year I’m forcing myself to keep it simple and easy. Calendar tea towels with a few potholders, also little bags with dried aromatic herbs from my garden. If I have still some time I’ll get to knit a little bit too.

    Darrylallen01 says:

    Wow! Awesome – these books will provide lots of inspiration for 2012 crafting. Thank you!

    Quest Holbrook says:

    I would love to read thos books. I am making a wall quilt for my aunt and hopeful i will be making a cuple of stockings but if i can’t get it done I will have to work on it for next year


    Bryant Carole says:

    Would love to win,. am making my grandchildren and the nurses at my Mothers nursing home some simple and cute things for Christmas.Would love to have more ideas.

    Belongajennie says:

    I’m running behind this year. I haven’t started crafting at all for the holidays. I need some ideas, quick!

    Angeladuvall42 says:

    would love to win… making all of our Christmas gifts this year…

    Mrs. B. says:

    Always excited to add new books to my collection! :)

    Janis Silberman says:

    There is always a joy to look at new books about a craft that you love…I continually go back and reread many of the sewing and crafting books I own.  As my daughter grows I am amazed at the projects that I find for her in those”old” books on my shelf…they never go out of date!

    Katherine Strangaritch says:

    I would LOVE the opportunity to have these books and be able to sew NEW adorable projects

    Pam Cope says:

    I would love to be the lucky winner of these books.  This year I am making felt Christmas Ornaments, Mug Mats and doll clothes & quilts.

    Cynthia Brooks says:

    Would love to have any of these books especially Fa la la felt. I’ve made some felt ornaments this year already!

    Ladydi says:

    love to be a winner, making gloves, hats, ect as small give aways.. Learning how to quilt, don’t think they will be ready for Crisstmas

    Christine says:

    Oh La La – love to sew and this would be a great inspiration!  Good luck everyone!

    ellenf says:

    Love the choice of books!  I’m working on car organizers and sudoku quilts.  Already finished wrens from “Artful Birds”.

    Laura Wilson says:

    Lovely books!  I’m sewing doll clothes and plush dogs for my girls this year. 

    I’m making a jumper from some fabric that I designed for Spoonflower, but once I’m finished cutting out, the scraps from that and the sample set are going into various little clasp purses and flower pouches.

    Marsy says:

    Maybe I can just give a craft book for a gift, and they can make something for me next year!

    Lori says:

    I’m all into felt and patchwork. So this year I am making felt stockings and patchwork wall hangings. I am sew happy!

    Anonymous says:

    Always love new gift ideas.  This year I am making casserole carriers for my adult women family and friends, and purses with palm pets for the girls.  Still need ideas for the men in my life.

    Heidi aka Digital Misfit says:

    I want ALL of those books!  I am working quite a bit with felt this season, with ornaments, a mobile, and some cute Japanese-inspired felt mascots.

    Sally Knight1 says:

    I’m making scarves and jewelry to donate to the boutique at my local humane shelter. 

    Marilyn says:

    This set of books looks like hours of fun!

    GeeforGS says:

    I am making Camo vests for Vietnam Vets to wear proudly at their Reunions. For Xmas I am making Coffee Cozies, custom pillowcases, shopping totes & fleece cancer caps.

    mackenzie says:

    Unfortunately I’m away at college without my sewing machine, so I’m knitting my presents this year! But I can’t wait to get back to sewing over break!

    Gran3 says:

    I would sooo love these books… Just getting into felt.. This year I am making sock monkeys for 7 of my 10 grandchildren.  also making clothes for them…so fun!!  I am making table runners and pot holders, too.  better get back to work.  Merry Christmas to y’all!!!

    Judy Piotrowski says:

    Made snowman coasters from over dyed wool. Need to make more too cute. Also coffee themed coasters and mug rugs. So many ideas so little time.

    Bow19197 says:

    I always seem to wait to that last minute, but I always like to look for new fun projects.  Bring it on!!

    we are just starting to build our house and all of our christmas and craft things are locked away in storage so we will be looking for lots of ideas for making all of our own christmas decorations, just like in ye olden days!  And, as all our cash is being poured into the house like concrete foundations we will be making alot of our own home decorations too, so any and all advice and wonderful prizes would be fantastic.  So,…pick me pick me pick me.  xx

    Faith Smith says:

    I work on crafts all year long.I have done 1 quilt and working on another for this Christmas along with table runners and crocheted and knitted dish cloths and a jar of our home made apple butter..and already have 4 quilts planned for next Christmas along with a knitted afghan. Im also teaching my daughter to sew,these books would be AWESOME!!!!!!

    Deidra says:

    Wow! Great give away. I hope to win. I’ve been sewing stockings so far until I can find something else to get into.

    Victoria says:

    I am sewing pillowcases for the grands that will wrap there new Christmas panamas.

    Elizabeth Mcdonald says:

    What a wonderful giveaway!  I am working away on potholders, table runners and — possibly — a quilt!

    Becky in Georgia says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! Thanks so much! I am working on binding for a quilt for my brother and his wife. I can’t wait to see his face when he opens it. I used NO Saints fabric on the back. He’ll love that:)

    M_dancin says:

    there are so many projects i want to make in Fa La la La Felt.  i love the trees on the cover!

    Lorip60 says:

    I would love this collection of books.  I made all fleece pants and Christmas stockings for the whole family.  What a wonderful giveaway!!   My Grandaughter is just learning to craft and sew with me teaching.  Just bought her her 1st Brother sewing machine for Christmas she will be so excited.
    10 years old and loves to craft.

    Anonymous says:

    I’m working on various ornaments and hanging potholders/dishtowels

    Anonymous says:

    Nice!  My fiance’ would love these!  … and I would score some brownie points if I gave them to her… lol

    Pat says:

    I  have been busy sewing making little zippered pouches, aprons, mug rugs and microwave hot pads for gifts for my office group. These books would be a great addition to get some new ideas for gifts. Always looking for something new. Thanks for this wonderful give a way.

    Pat Riesenburger says:

    I am making felted poinsettia garlands with Swarovski Crystal embellishment for my best pals…here is a sample of one of the flowers.  Quick, easy, and something that will be used year after year!

    I’m hoping to find time to make aprons for my daughters and  nieces…  and I have made a quilt for my granddaughter!  Thank you for this giveaway!

    Rita Goshorn says:

    this book collection would be ideal to take with me when i visit with my greatgranddaughter … thank your for the opportunity to win them!

    Patty Dadamo says:

    This is a great giveaway!  They aren’t exactly gifts but I plan to make felt stockings for my two dogs.  Also, making embroidered ornaments for my mom and sister

    Angie Kimel says:

    I’m making 2 quilts and a handful of zipper pouches.  :)  Thanks for the giveaway!

    Christina T says:

    I’ve finished two cross stitch samplers and I have a stocking, pillow, a superhero costume and one more as yet undetermined gift still to make. Better get cracking!

    P.S.–I’m a US citizen with a US address. I’m just in England for a bit.

    Angie Brumley says:

    I am not yet a seamstress of any sort. I am wishing for a sewing machine for Christmas, though!!

    Annita says:

    this looks like a great assortment of books, I can see many projects in my future, would love to win!

    Annita says:

    this looks like a great assortment of books, I can see many projects in my future, would love to win!

    Ballloonatic says:

    If my sewing machine is repairable, all of our stocking stuffers will be up cycled home sewn items.

    Monster Mama says:

    Last year I made draft snakes for the drafty doors.  This year I’m replacing an eye pillow for Grandma. . not sure what else yet!  

    Indie Danielle says:

    Looks like a fantastic giveaway! As for holiday sewing projects, I have plans to make bandana style bibs for the newest members of the family. CUTE!

    Robin LaLone says:

    Merry Christmas!  I am making stockings and ornaments this week. 

    Deadeyeconstance says:

    Textile brooches for my female family members at the top of the list for me!

    Jody says:

    I made three reversible, sturdy bags using combinations of fat quarters for my aunt and two cousins as part of a family gift exchange. If time permits, I will make one for my mother.

    Watership says:

    I have made scarves for Christmas gifts and will be starting a dress for a relative’s granddaughter.

    Anonymous says:

    Perfect for gift giving Ideas!  Being on a limited income, my Christmas giving is a handmade celebration.  This book collection would be a great inspiration and addition to my sewing room. 

    Pam Sherman says:

    These are great! I just got my sewing machine (inherited from my mother) up and working, so I can sew! I’m so happy! LOL! Made a crazy quilt bookmark for DD for Christmas so far.

    I am sewing some scarves and handmade ornaments this year! Also, some gift card holders and hair doo-dads…. just little things!

    Christine Bolin says:

    I’m new to sewing so I decided that I would try making cloth napkins for everyone this year.  I haven’t started yet, but I need to get busy.

    Amanda C says:

    I’m hoping to sew some of these personalized napkins that were posted this summer:  http://www.larkcrafts.com/needlearts/quick-stitches-personalize-your-cloth-napkins/

    Heather says:

    I’ve sewn some tabletoppers, pincushions, ornaments and needlecases as gifts so far. Hope to make a few pillows this wee,

    Mokey25 says:

    I made an angel tree topper, a pincushion and some felt food and ornaments. My next project is a fabric campfire set for my daughters!

    Kirstenjett says:

    I am making some little Christmas applique cards. I also made some aprons.

    Allison C says:

    I am making Two large quilts and a little pouch for the Kindle Fire I got my mom.

    Ella says:

    I’m sewing a lot of pouches this eyar.

    Jenelle says:

    I am sewing a ton of gifts this year. I am making felt ornaments, a table runner, a wall hanging, a tote, and a quilt! 

    Anne says:

    Love Lark books!  You have chosen some truly talented artists for your titles!

    Nancy Shaner says:

    I am making pot holders with the proverbial stash of scraps I have accumulated.  Love your ideas.

    amorette says:

    i am sewing a little apples quilt for my mom, stockings for my son, myself and my husband, a tutu and a reversible dress. i almost have the quilt top done… :)

    kathrynn polfer says:

    I am sewing some ornaments for our tree and each of my three kid’s trees.

    Sarah B. says:

    I am sewing a felt computer out of Big Felt Universe:)

    Sarah B. says:

    I am sewing a felt computer out of Big Felt Universe:)

    Sandra Staffiero says:

    I have sewn patchwork owl doorstops, several small objects for my daughters new flat using scraps, old threads and vintage buttons from charity shops and a little bag for a lady I met in hospital who is going to be 84 years old on Christmas Day. xxx

    Tiffany M says:

    I haven’t sewn anything yet, I’m horribly behind!  But I plan on sewing a baby doll for my older sun, slippers for everyone and something not yet decided for my grandmother who loves handmade things most of all.

    Juletta says:

    so far I have made a table runner in patchwork thats the first of hopefully many things I have been looking around second hand shops for books because they are so expensive to buy I really love hand made things and have done a few things over the years

    Lori says:

    I am working on four different quilts for Christmas.  Quilt for my two nephews and two nieces.  I am planning to be done in the next week or so.

    R Cullip says:

    let’s see… I’m sewing scarves, cosmetic bags, vera bradley-ish purses, quilts, pillows, ipad/iphone gloves, potholders….i think that’s it… i’ll have PLENTY of time to do it all… (yeah, right) :)

    R Cullip says:

    let’s see… I’m sewing scarves, cosmetic bags, vera bradley-ish purses, quilts, pillows, ipad/iphone gloves, potholders….i think that’s it… i’ll have PLENTY of time to do it all… (yeah, right) :)

    R Cullip says:

    let’s see… I’m sewing scarves, cosmetic bags, vera bradley-ish purses, quilts, pillows, ipad/iphone gloves, potholders….i think that’s it… i’ll have PLENTY of time to do it all… (yeah, right) :)

    grey van meter says:

    stockings, tree skirt and other assorted presents.

    SuzanneG in NC says:

    This year, I am crocheting a little bolero jacket and sewing a tiered, swingy skirt for my granddaughter, crocheting a hat with ear flaps for my grandson, and making small screenprinted bags for my homemade sachets and tub teas for the women I love.  I would love to screenprint some silk scarves, if I can find the blanks I bought last year. . . !

    This year I will make a cover for notes for my friends.
    I will concentrate in felt creation.

    Bye Roberta

    Jean says:

    Quilted placemats for some friends, a new wall hanging for our home, a quilt for my son and DIL, dress for my granddaughter and 4 mug rugs….Would love to win the books.
    compassionatequilter at rocket mail dot com

    Christine says:

    This year I’m sewing PJ’s – it’s the same gift I give almost every year, but they are loved!

    Kylie Carlson says:

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway- I’m working on a Carpenter’s Star quilt for my sister and a crochet sweater for my newest nephew. I love working on baby clothes, they finish so fast. 

    barzi10091 says:

    Oh My Good-Ness!!  This looks like loads of fun!!  Thanks :)

    lorri4915 says:

    I am making Christmas quilts for all 7 of our children and a new grandbaby. I have been sewing away for weeks now and just about finished. I will never make another Christmas theme again!

    Becky in Georgia says:

    I am finishing up a quilt for my brother for Christmas. It’s black and tan so I call it the Rottweiller quilt:) Merry Christmas!

    ErikaB3 says:

    i am so excited to find out who wins.  i need some inspiration to hopefully finish my holiday projects.

    ErikaB3 says:

    i am so excited to find out who wins.  i need some inspiration to hopefully finish my holiday projects.

    Froggarita says:

    I am making my brother a huge 16 x 20 coat of arms made of felt that i have cut
    and am sewing all together. its taken me quite awhile to make!


    Sandy says:

    I’m making gift wrap bags, lots and lots of small treat bags, and felt ornaments to share with my family, friends and students.  If only I didn’t need to sleep!

    Jessica says:

    I’m making a purse for a friend, but that’s all I have planned so far!

    Mary @ Redo 101 says:

    I love your Falalala book – worked on projects with Stumbles & Stitches – would totally love to win all these books!!!


    Pamela says:

    I made flannel pajamas for the toddlers in the family and am still working on aprons/smocks for them.

    Pamela says:

    I made flannel pajamas for the toddlers in the family and am still working on aprons/smocks for them.

    I’m making a flannel night gown for my girl who is making a felt garland for the house!

    Jill Hubbs says:

    I am making a princess and the pea play set for my niece. Mini mattress and quilt made of fabric remnants from my stash.

    Songsiren1 says:

    I’m trying to finish two quilts & two afghans for holiday gifts. What have I gotten myself into?!

    Julie Runov says:

    I would love to win:) I am new to sewing.

    Baileyc2 says:

    So excited this holiday season with family visiting.  I’ve been making felt ornaments, embroidered totes bags for coworkers, crocheted scarves and snowman wall quilt.  Busy aren’t I?  Season Greetings to All!

    Christie Bradley says:

    I normally make Christmas presents for at least one person on my list but sadly this year I’m not sewing for anybody.  I am working on plans though to embroider and sew a one of a kind, customized stocking for my baby daughter to use next year.  It’s going to take some serious designing because it is inspired by the Rohirrim flag as shown in the Lord of the Rings movies and her name will be done in Tolkien-inspired script.

    Kristin says:

    Surprisingly ,I’m not really doing a lot of sewing for Christmas gifts this year, but I am doing some knitting and embroidering! :)

    Allyson says:

    I am currently working on some barbie clothes and I got a new felt book with a bunch of cute projects I cant wait to start.

    Allyson says:

    I am currently working on some barbie clothes and I got a new felt book with a bunch of cute projects I cant wait to start.

    Tina says:

    Holiday gifts I am sewing this year include a pink puffy dress, Purses, guitar pillow, wall hangings.  Handmade gifts are the best to give because you know they don’t already have one!

    Tracy says:

    I plan on making a festive garland for a holiday party, and maybe some small embroidered pieces just for the fun of it! Thanks for the chance to win books!

    Faith Elliott says:

    I am sewing Betz White’s two tie slings and upcycled water bottle sling.  I am making the felt circle trees from Fa La La Felt.  I am sewing heart ornaments from men’s shirts and more.  I am needle felting heart ornaments and my daughter is needle felting manger scenes.  And more…  Faith.

    Jkweathers says:

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