We are very excited that the good folks behind Hoop-La! magazine has given us a copy to give to one of you, lovely readers! I've had a little peek at the magazine and it is lovely as always. Full of beautiful inspiration of the stitchy kind. :-)
To enter the giveaway:
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- you can not get extra entries by tweeting, liking on Facebook etc etc. One person, one entry.
- we'd love to hear which stitchy magazines you've been reading lately. What inspires you? Anything we should check out?
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The giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere.
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i wish we had embroidery magazines here in the US. Please enter me for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Thank you for a chance to win!ReplyDelete
OOOO how fun. It's so hard to find stitchy mags that aren't cross stitch centric. This looks fun!ReplyDelete
rrregena at aol dot com
Haven't won anything in a long time....I think the odds are in my favor....thanks "just in case".....love stitching! email@example.comReplyDelete
What a super lovely giveaway! LOVE that cover :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win!
heatheranne99 at gmail dot com
My favorite mags were embroidery & crochet, neither of which are plentiful here in America any more. Wonderful giveaway; thanks for the opportunity of winning.ReplyDelete
It looks lovely; I only ever found one embroidery magazine here in Holland and that was all cross-stitch. So yes, I would love to win this one!ReplyDelete
My email is flapflap (at) ziggo (dot) nl
Would love to win.ReplyDelete
I like Embroidery magazine!ReplyDelete
I haven't checked out any crafting magazines yet! But I have been wanting to get an issue of HoopLa for a long time. :)ReplyDelete
Ohh! This looks cool. Like others I have a hard time finding anything! Sign me up.ReplyDelete
I've been home with a newborn so I haven't made it to a bookstore lately, would love to win this copy!ReplyDelete
I recently had a look through Love Patchwork :)ReplyDelete
I would LOVE to have this magazine! I've never seen it here in the U.S. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Hoopla magazine is hard to find in California. I'd love this new one! I love to read Molly Makes (sadly the US edition is no longer in existence), Stuffed and Modern Quilting. There are others too - I love magazines!ReplyDelete
Please enter me in the drawing!! I would love to win this. There sure aren't enough stitching magazines out there!! Thanks:)ReplyDelete
I read a few cross stitch and knitting magazines and always like to try new crafts. Thanks for the giveaway. lindame dot rumsey at gmail dot com.ReplyDelete
I have not seen Hoop-La so I'd like to check it out. I love all of the Mollie Makes craft magazines along with Quilting Arts. Honestly though, I've never met a craft magazine that I didn't find something to love about it.ReplyDelete
Ive recently had a look at through are hands mag. Its very inspirational.ReplyDelete
Would love to receive this! I have an easel that I change out an embroidered hoop design in my living room. Would enjoy new inspiration!ReplyDelete
My latest magazine for inspiration is Stitch.ReplyDelete
very cool giveaway! if i get a stitchy magazine, it tends to be Cross Stitcher...Mollie Makes has some good stitchy inspiration sometimes. and of course pinterest and instagram. i wish there were more magazines devoted to embroidery, not just cross stitch (which i heartily enjoy). thanks for the chance to win this one!ReplyDelete
There are embroidery magazines here in the US, but none I like or would bother to mention.ReplyDelete
Hoopla looks like it has fun and fresh designs! Thanks for the chance to win it!
And, thanks for the only one comment too.
The first two Hoop-la magazines were awesome - I got them off zinio. Very inspiring. Other than that, I tend to get my inspiration from websites. Most of the magazines I've found are a bit too... cutsey? in an older already a crazy cat lady kind of way.ReplyDelete
Thank you! Ruthie.firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
There aren't many in the US, but I've heard good things about Inspirations from AUS :)ReplyDelete
I think there's a massive gap in the market for embroidery magazines. There are loads for cross stitch, and I do subscribe to CrossStitcher (the UK mag, not the US one), but for embroidery we only really have Hoopla and it's not regular enough! I do like the Australian Inspirations but it works out really expensive.ReplyDelete
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Hi! Thanks for this giveaway :-) At the moment I have a short term subscription to Cross Stitcher magazin which is lovely, but I just can't possibly keep up with all the ideas every month! So I might have to stop reading magazines and start stitching designs soon!ReplyDelete
I don't read any embroidery magazines because none of the stores around here carry mags about embroidery. I am always open to discovering new ones!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a lovely magazine!ReplyDelete
Not sure if my comment was posted. so just to say I have been reading "Love Patchwork and quilting" and I would love to win this lovely Mag. Thank youReplyDelete
I've always wanted to get my hands on Hoop-La! We don't really have anything like it in the U.S., and I've never seen it available here. I do like to pick up a copy of Mollie Makes now and then when I see it as well. rdheicher(at)gmail(dot)comReplyDelete
I've never seen a copy of Hoop-La, but have heard lots of good things about it, so I'd love to have a chance to see one for myself :) I've mostly given up on modern magazines, but I love thrifting vintage ones! My e-mail is in the sidebar on my blog, under the pretty postage stamps. Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
Mollie makes! Swoodsonsays at gmail.comReplyDelete
I'd love a copy, because even the craft stores 'round here don't offer embroidery magazines. This leaves me *very* thankful for blogs like this one. ;)ReplyDelete
I have a big backlog of embroidery magazines to read ( picked up a pile of old cross stitch ones at a book sale). I enjoy Mollie makes and I also like Homespun, but my local supermarket stopped stocking it!ReplyDelete
It's really interesting to see how trends have evolved when I go throught the older magazines.
I have a huge pile of old cross stitch magazines i picked up at a used book sale. It's been interesting to see trends develop and die, reading through these.ReplyDelete
Embroidery wise- I tend to like Mollie makes and homespun (Australian magazine). I also try to pick up Japanese embroidery books- they have the feel of magazines, so it hard to tell.
Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
I'm actually unfamilliar with any of the crafty magazines, I mostly use free stuff I find online. So it would be really great to win such and interesting ans useful magazine!