Roost Books kindly provided us with a copy of Kristin Nicholas' new book Colorful Stitchery to give away to one reader. Check out our review here, in case you missed it.
To enter the giveaway:
Leave a comment on this post.
- you can not get extra entries by tweeting, liking on Facebook etc etc. One person, one entry.
- we'd love to hear about what kind of embroidery you'd like to try, but that is optional!
There must be a way to contact you, so make sure to either leave an email address, a link to your blog or somewhere else where an email can be found. We will not notify the winner by leaving a comment on your blog. You can also leave your Flickr name or Twitter @.
Entries by 'Anonymous' can not be accepted, we must have atleast your first name - and a way to contact you as mentioned above.
The giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere.
The giveaway closes Friday October 17 at 12pm UK time and the winner will be notified by email.
What are you stitching? Please share in the &Stitches Flickr group. We'd love to see it!
would love to win, thanksReplyDelete
I would love to stitch up some dish towels or a tablecloth.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
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What a nice giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
My apologies if I already posted and it's waiting to be reviewed! I looked away from my screen, looked back, and the field is empty. Alas, poor, memory...ReplyDelete
I would do something fun and geekie for my kids for Christmas.
Stitching on corduroy? I have to try that. This looks like a great book for inspiration.ReplyDelete
Ooh, looks like a great inspiration book. I love looking at people's embroidery and getting ideas to add to my own. I do surface embroidery and try to learn a new stitch technique to combine with my usually stitches on every project. I'm currently working on what will eventually be an entire filled 18" pillow that I adapted from a small piece of wrapping paper. I normally do smaller projects for gifts but I've been working on this off and on for the last 2 years and plan on keeping it for myself. Harmkat88@yahoo.comReplyDelete
Another book I will need to put on my WISH LIST!!! I like the theraputic-ness of handstitching :)ReplyDelete
Love this give away!ReplyDelete
A lovely stitching book. I plan to do some crazy quilting in the near future.
Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter for the book.
Thanks for the giveaway. I love Kristin and her colorful work.ReplyDelete
I enjoy cross stitch, stitchery and embroidery. I would like to try Hardanger one of these days.ReplyDelete
Currently working on a little free stitchery from the Lillipopo blog.
The book looks wonderful. Thanks for the chance to enter the draw.
I love cross stitch and blackwork. Hardanger is next on my list to try.ReplyDelete
lindame dot rumsey at gmail dot com
This book is lovely and so full of inspiration. I knit and sew, and have done lots of cross stitch in the past. embroidered an album cover onto a t-shirt to wear to a concert. As I recall it was a bargain basement 50/50 poly/ cotton t-shirt. Not the best canvas for all that work, but I was pretty proud of myself at the time.ReplyDelete
What a terrific giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity!ReplyDelete
The book looks great.
Lovely book and wonderful giveaway!ReplyDelete
I've done lots of embroidery and my favorite is to color in the design and then embroider it! I'm working on some foxes right now and they are looking wonderful!
Thanks for the chance!
I used to do a lot of cross stitch, and some embroidery. But the last few years I've been knitting. Seeing all of Kristin's lovely stitchery makes me want to pick up my needle and start stitching again.ReplyDelete
I do embroidery and cross stitch and am learning needle point!ReplyDelete
I love learning new stitches - I'd like to learn stumpwork!ReplyDelete
Crewel...just gathered some wool!ReplyDelete
Would love to win.ReplyDelete
I really like the book, lots of good ideas, I would like to try making my own designs and the embroider them to make house decorations. Wish me luck!ReplyDelete
One thing I like about this book is the number of projects it has.....65. I looked it up on Amazon and it's price was comparable to the other books put up as suggestions. The difference was that these books had 12-24 projects. This book did not have a look inside option, but from your pictures and just the front cover it is now on my wish-list on Amazon. I am sure that I will find more projects to do in it for the money spent than the usual project book and I am very excited about it. I am a shut-in and I cannot get out and look at books before I buy. I really want a copy of this book. Looking at the cover I am wondering if the gingham pillows are chicken scratch. I would like to try that as my grandmother did it a lot. lovebirdmom at gmail dot comReplyDelete
Thank you for the chance.
I would really like to win, thanks for the chance.ReplyDelete
I want to explore more stitches for crazy quilting! Thanks!ReplyDelete
I want to try all embroidery, all kinds, all techniques. Next up I want to try some stumpwork or 3d stitches and I do plan to give it a go this month.ReplyDelete
My email is attached to my profile.
I'm in for the giveaway :) I would like to try embroidery with LEDs!ReplyDelete
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After your review of this book I really wanted to try out some of the projects - thanks for the change to winReplyDelete
Just getting into stitching but open to learn it all. Oh, and I love your blog. email@example.comReplyDelete
I'd love to win this, am just starting out into embroidery but really like the suggestions for stitching onto other fabrics. I think you can find my email on the google+ page :-)ReplyDelete
I'd love to try a Christmas red work project. I enjoy embroidery as it's so portable.ReplyDelete