Monday, December 9, 2013

Giveaway: a bundle of craft books!

Hello friends!

Today is Giveaway Day on Sew Mama Sew, kicking off a week of fabulous giveaways all around blogland. And here on Stumbles & Stitches, we're offering up a bundle of 5 craft books -- your choice from the pile pictured and listed below! (Read on to find out the details.)




If you're visiting from Sew Mama Sew, WELCOME! Stumbles & Stitches is a conversation between 2 friends, Jenny and Angel. For the past 4 years, we've been sharing our craft projects (successes and failures both), as well as tutorials, spotlights on favorite artists, giveaways and book reviews.

Things have slowed down a bit over the past year, since Angel helped launch Kaleidoscope in Nashville and Jenny has been busy in Seattle with her Etsy shop and writing projects for upcoming sewing books. We still come by the blog, here and there, to share the latest, and we have a ton of great archives, so please stick around and browse a bit.

Back to the Giveaway: a bundle of craft books!

The winner of this giveaway will get to choose 5 books from a bunch of recent publications by Lark Crafts, photographed and listed below. ($75 estimated value. U.S. residents only, apologies to our international friends!) Lark Crafts graciously and regularly sends us books to review, and we're excited to share!




Available books:

Stitched Blooms: 300 Floral, Leaf & Border Motifs to Embroider by Carina Envoldsen-Harris
Print Collective: Screenprinting Techniques and Projects by Jenny Doh
Doodle Stitching: Embroidery and Beyond by Aimee Ray
Paper Blooms: 25 Extraordinary Flowers to Make for Weddings, Celebrations & More by Jeffery Rudell
Stamp It! DIY Printing With Handmade Stamps by Jenny Doh
Book Play: Creative Adventures in Handmade Books by Margaret Cogswell
Adventures in Pompom Land by Myko Diann Bocek
Sweet and Simple Jewelry by Aimee Ray
Wee Felt Worlds by Amanda Carestio
Paper Pups by Hiroshi Hayakawa
Creative Lettering: Techniques & Tips From Top Artists by Jenny Doh
Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction by Abigail Glassenberg
Flip Dolls & Other Toys That Zip, Stack, Hide, Grab & Go by Laura Wilson
Printing on Fabric: Techniques With Screens, Stencils, Inks & Dyes by Jen Swearington
Journal Your Way: Designing and Using Handmade Books by Gwen Diehn


** How to enter the giveaway **

  • Please leave a comment on this blog post. (One entry per person, please.) If you'd like, tell us which titles on this list look most appealing to you.
  • Make sure to include an email address if it's not included in your Blogger profile.
  • This giveaway is open until December 13 at 5 p.m. PST, at which point we will choose a random winner and will contact them by email.
  • This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only, apologies to our international friends.
  • Void where prohibited.


This giveaway is now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered! Congratulations to our winner, wobblybobbin!

Thanks for visiting Stumbles & Stitches! You can also find us on Facebook.

And before you leave, I'd like to plug a brand new book that will be released in February 2014. Shameless promotion! I am excited to have 2 projects featured in this book, including one on the cover! It's called Never Been Stitched: 45 No-Sew & Low-Sew Projects, edited by the lovely and talented Amanda Carestio for Lark Crafts. And you can pre-order it now!


Don't forget to swing by Sew Mama Sew to check out all the amazing giveaways happening this week!

198 comments:

  1. They all look great, but I'd definitely want the flip doll and stuffed animals books. So cute!

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  2. All are wonderful, it's too hard to pick just one!

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  3. Journal Your Way: Designing and Using Handmade Books by Gwen Diehn, Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction by Abigail Glassenberg, Doodle Stitching: Embroidery and Beyond by Aimee Ray, Stitched Blooms: 300 Floral, Leaf & Border Motifs to Embroider by Carina Envoldsen-Harris, and Flip Dolls & Other Toys That Zip, Stack, Hide, Grab & Go by Laura Wilson are my favorites :)

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  4. Crazy great list! And several on my wish list as well. I have been coveting the Printing on Fabric and Wee Felt World especially :)

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  5. The Doodle Stitching book looks really interesting. :)

    Bess

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  6. The titles on making handmade books intrigue me the most.

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  7. awesome giveaway! thanks for the chance!

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  8. Awesome giveaway! I'd love to read Embroidery and Beyond :)

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  9. Such a great giveaway - thanks for the opportunity! So many of the books look great; I guess I'd select if I win.

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  10. What a fun giveaway! thank you! I would love the stitched blooms and the wee felt looks sweet too! have a good day and thank you again!

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  11. I love craft books. My choices would be: Printing on Fabric, Creative Lettering, Stamp It, Print Collective, Stuffed Animals. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  12. Love it! Flip Dolls and Other Toys would be a great help to make toys for my granddaughters. Paper Blooms would come in handy for my son's wedding next year. Thanks for the chance.

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  13. WOW! Awesome giveaway!!
    These books are calling my name:

    Print Collective: Screenprinting Techniques and Projects by Jenny Doh
    Doodle Stitching: Embroidery and Beyond by Aimee Ray
    Stamp It! DIY Printing With Handmade Stamps by Jenny Doh
    Creative Lettering: Techniques & Tips From Top Artists by Jenny Doh
    Printing on Fabric: Techniques With Screens, Stencils, Inks & Dyes by Jen Swearington

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  14. Great giveaway. My daughter just got creative lettering and loves so I think I would choose the other book by the same author. I also have been wanting the stuffed animal how to book.

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  15. They all look wonderful. I am very interested in wee felt worlds and pom pom land.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. A few of those are already on my wish list! Flip Dolls and Creative Lettering especially. You can always use more books! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I'm really interested in the fabric printing one- how much fun would it be to come up with your own prints?

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  18. Great giveaway.

    I'd love Wee Felt Worlds, Doodle Stitching, Adventures in Pom Pom Land, Flip dolls and other toys, and Stitched Blooms.

    (and even if I don't win, I have some great books to add to my wishlist, so thanks for that!)

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  19. Great giveaway! I would love to win some of these books!

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  20. Doodle Stitching and Printing on Fabric look right up my alley.

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  21. All of the books look amazing and inspiring. The Creative Lettering book really caught my eye! I would love to design my own font for my blog. Thank you for the chance. sadie (at) sadiefox.com

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  22. Wow, what an awesome giveaway!!! mmm the Stuffed animals look fun, definitely the Stitched Blooms and Doodle Stitching would be one....Thanx for the chance to win!

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  23. Wow! Awesome list. I'd be interested in Doodle Stitching, Printing on Fabric, Stuffed Animals, Flip Dolls & Other Toys, and Paper Blooms!

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  24. Stitched Blooms, Doodle Stitching, Paper Pups, Flip Dolls and Wee Felt World :)
    Great give away!!

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  25. I love craft books! The best reading material for rainy days.

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  26. They look like a wide range of interesting craft books. I'm most interested in the fabric printing ones.

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  27. Fun! The Doodle Stitching and Journal Your Way look interesting, plus several others!

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  28. Thanks for the chance to win. The stamping one is particularly interesting to me. Meredith245 at yahoo dot com

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  29. Awesome giveaway! Doodle Stitching is at the top of my list!

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  30. Doodle stitiching & the other embroidery book for sure. Probably also the flip doll book.

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  31. Stamp It and Flip Dolls sound like a lot of fun!!

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  32. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! I'm looking forward to some relaxing stitching after all the holiday preparations are completed. I'd enjoy Doodle Stitching.

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  33. They all look very interesting, but I think I'd definitely be most interested in the embroidery ones. I've been trying to get back into embroidery recently and I'd love to have some more inspiration.

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  34. stitched blooms and pompoms : )
    great fun -thanks for the chance to win!!

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  35. Aimee Ray Doodle Stitching sounds interesting. Embroidery seems like a practical craft. :)

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  36. These two call to me:
    Printing on Fabric: Techniques With Screens, Stencils, Inks & Dyes by Jen Swearington
    Wee Felt Worlds by Amanda Carestio

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  37. Flip Dolls and Other Toys sounds like so much fun!

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  38. Thank you for the chance to win such wonderful books.

    Stitched Blooms
    Doodle Stitching
    Adventures in Pompom Land
    Paper Pups
    Wee Felt Worlds.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  39. Lots of fun here. I'd love painting on fabric, stitched blooms, or adventures in pom pom land. Thanks!

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  40. Wow, what a great giveaway! I can never pass up a good craft book! I definitely have my eye on Doodle Stitching, Paper Blooms, and Journal Your Way.

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  41. The printing on fabric and flip toys appeal right away!

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  42. Printing on fabric and doodle stitching. Awesome craft book library!

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  43. Awesome giveaway! If I were to win, I would choose: Flip Dolls & Other Toys, Stuffed Animals, Doodle Stitches, Paper Blooms & Adventures in pompon land!

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  44. WOOOHOOOO! Great giveaway! Thanks!!!!

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  45. I'd like to learn more about stuffed animals, but love crafts in general. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. Woweee! The doodle stitching book looks most interesting to me overall!

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  47. Very nice. The flip doll one looks great.

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  48. I would pick the Creative Lettering and Paper blooms for sure!

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  49. The Creative Lettering and Doodle Stitching book look the most appealing to me.

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  50. The Creative Lettering,Flip dolls, and Journaling Your Way books look interesting to me.

    Thank you for your kindness and generosity (even if I don't win)!

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  51. I'll have to do some thinking and over-thinking to decide which ones I want!

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  52. I would love a book on printing. I just ordered some stuff to give it a try, and took a class on screen printing last spring. Now if I could just move from paper to fabric! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. So many of these books look wonderful!

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  54. Oh so fun! I've been dying to check out Abby Glassenberg's stuffed animal book, plus I've also been wanting flip dolls etc, and felt worlds would be right up my alley. Not sure what'd round out my 5. They all look so fantastic!

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  55. Thank you for the giveaway...I would love to win the "Embroidery & Beyond" book, I love to embroider.

    God's Blessings to you & your family..., Renee A

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  56. What an amazing giveaway! So generous! The Printing on Fabric book looks great! So does Embroidery and Beyond! Learning to embroider is on my list of things to learn for the new year! whitclark24 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  57. Love these books! I really would like to use Aimee Ray's Doodle Stitching: Embroidery and Beyond. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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  58. Doodle Stitching and Printing on Fabric look interesting!

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  59. Wow that's a generous giveaway! I imagine choosing books will be a difficult task for the winner.
    Congratulations on having projects featured in the new book coming out next year.

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  60. I think they all sound great!! I would pick all quilting/sewing books.

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  61. Creative Lettering and Printing look like fun! Thanks!

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  62. Stitched blooms, paper blooms and doodle stitches

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  63. The embroidery and beyond looks interesting!

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  64. I can't decide on books this quickly but would love to have any of them.
    zluttrell at cox dot net

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  65. Thanks. What a great giveaway!

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  66. thanks for the great giveaway!

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  67. Either one of the printing books or the one on lettering ;)

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  68. Sweet and Simple Jewelry, Stuffed Animals, Paper Blooms...actually, they all look good.

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  69. The Journal your way looks interesting. I have gotten into trying to make them. Interesting process

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  70. Paper blooms and Stitched blooms books look interesting to me. All look great though!

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  71. The journaling book and the stamping book are 2 for sure that I'd pick. Thanks for such a great giveaway.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  72. They are all appealing! I love all the titles! I'll take any five you want to give! I just love looking at craft books. I am getting tired of just quilting, so other crafts will be very welcomed!

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  73. Stitched Blooms: 300 Floral, Leaf & Border Motifs to Embroider this looks pretty cool and I am just starting to embroider.

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  74. I've been dying for the Flip Dolls book!!

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  75. The one I'm most curious about is Printing on Fabric: Techniques With Screens, Stencils, Inks & Dyes, I've been curious to try my hand at dying for awhile!

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  76. love to read journal your way....

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  77. Paper Blooms looks great! My daughter is getting married next year and has already said she wants the bridesmaids flowers made from vintage books.

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  78. What a generous giveaway. My nieces are talented crafters and creators; if I win I would definitely consult their mom on what would rock their worlds.

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  79. The sewing and embroidery books are what I would be most interested in. I have a couple of the Doodle stitching books by Aimee Ray and would love that new one. Stitched blooms and Wee Felt Worlds look fun too!

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  80. printing in fabric sounds very intriguing

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  81. Wow - my favorite kind of giveaway! I'm especially excited about "Stitched Blooms" and "Sweet and Simple Jewelry". Thanks to you and Lark Crafts for a great giveaway!
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

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  82. Lots to choose from, but I'd love to have peak at printing on fabric

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  83. I like Book play, Paper Flowers , both embroidery books, Sweet and Simple Jewery, and Journal Your Way.

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  84. The toys one and the stuffed animals are most appealing because I have small children to sew for :)

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  85. Ooh, I'd love that doodle stitches book! Thanks!

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  86. Fun! What a great group of books.
    Wee Felt Worlds
    Journal Your Way
    Flip Dolls & Other Toys That Zip, Stack, Hide, Grab & Go
    Print Collective: Screenprinting Techniques and Projects
    Creative Lettering: Techniques & Tips From Top Artists

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  87. Creative Lettering, Stitched Blooms and Painting on Fabric, just to get started! Happy holidays!

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  88. Printing on Fabric looks pretty cool!

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  89. I am torn between two, the print on fabric and the flip dolls Thanks for the chance to win

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  90. nice to see you ladies pop up in the list of giveaways! any five of these books would give us lots of fun and craft time, thanks for a chance.

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  91. Awesome! I've had my eye on Adventures in Pompom Land. :)

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  92. Embroidery and Beyond catches my attention!

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  93. The flip dolls book and the Wee Felt Worlds both look really great! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  94. Stitched Bloom, Embroidery & Beyond and a few other ones I've had my eye on, thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  95. They all look great. My top picks would be Adventures in Pom Pom Land, Creative Lettering, and Wee Felt Worlds. Thanks for the opportunity!
    joyce(dot)michele(at)gmail(dot)com

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  96. The printing books and Doodle Stitching - I'm in the process of learning how to embroider beyond cross-stitch and I would love to learn to print my own fabric designs!

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  97. Printing on Fabric: Techniques With Screens, Stencils, Inks & Dyes by Jen Swearington looks so interesting! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  98. This is such an exciting giveaway! Stitched Blooms looks like such a lovely book, as well as Stamp It, and Printing on Fabric, Screen Printing & Doodle Stitching

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  99. These are wonderful! I would love to get my hands on the embroidery and fabric printing books! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  100. How fun to get to review all of those books! I was sent a knitting book once to review out of the blue and it literally made my week! Small joys! Thank you so much for a chance to in! The books all look great. I would really love to get my hands on the wee felt dolls book, the stuffed animal book, and the flip dolls. I have a little girl who still is into handmade and I am savoring this time..until she grows older like my other children and only wants and ipod. ;)

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  101. I'd have to say printing of fabric is calling my name ! I have never done it but it sounds interesting! pabybee (at) gmail (dot) com

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  102. i have thumbed through at least one of these, but I am most curious about doodle stitching :) GREAT giveaway! love it. thank you!
    fiveninesix@gmail.com

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  103. Wow, what lovely books! Thanks for the great opportunity. :) sewkris@gmail.com

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  104. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! It reminds me of choosing my dream toys (a lot of them!) from the Sears Christmas Catalog, when I was a kid. I had such fun, even if I didn't get any of them as gifts.

    My dream book list (which my 11-yr-old daughter and I would have great fun with):

    Paper Pups
    Wee Felt Worlds
    Stuffed Animals
    Creative Lettering
    and Book Play

    textilefusion at hughes dot net

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  105. I love Lark Craft books! I have the Stamp It! book by Jenny Doh and it is awesome! I would probably pick Creative Lettering, Stuffed Animals, Doodle Stitching, Print Collective and Printing on Fabric. What an awesome giveaway!

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  106. I'm interested in the Paper Blooms book because I'm planning to make paper flowers for my wedding in August.

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  107. what a wonderful giveaway! I love love love book!!! It would be hard for me to pick!

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  108. Oh, they all look like great books. Journal Your Way looks interesting. Plus all the embroidery ones! (And just in case, erin m shipley at gmail dot com)

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  109. Thank you so much for your awesome giveaway. The books that got my attention are:
    #1-Stitched Blooms
    #2-Doodle Stitching; Embroidery and Beyond
    #3-Sweet and Simple Jewelry
    #4-Creative Lettering
    #5-Printing on Fabric

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  110. These look so fun! I really am interested in Wee Felt Worlds! I have recently began learning felt work.
    mmjohnson555 at gmail dot com

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  111. The Jewelry book would be interesting!

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  112. I think that doodle stitching book looks really fun!

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  113. In no particular order:
    Stitched Blooms (YES!)
    Doodle Stitching
    Print Collective
    Printing on Fabric
    and surprise!

    Oh what fun!

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  114. I'd love the Stuffed Animal one.

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  115. I would consider it great fun to learn something new, so any of these pretty books would be a great gift....but I would like the stuffed animal book!

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  116. Paper blooms, or Paper Pups - They are all fabulous! What I fun giveaway!

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  117. Wow! That's an awesome stack of craft books! I think I would be most interested in Stamp It! I've been thinking about trying to make stamps for a while, so winning the book would be a great way to motivate me to finally do it. :) actsofcraftiness (at) gmail (dot) com

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  118. This looks like so much fun. I'd love to be able to pick a few of these.

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  119. I think my favorite is "Embroidery and Beyond"..

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  120. Doodle Stitch and Printing on fabric. thanks. linhs4real@aol.com

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  121. Doodle Stitching: Embroidery and Beyond by Aimee Ray and Wee Felt Worlds look great.

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  122. Printing on Fabric and Embroidery and Beyond for starters...!

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  123. I have been thinking of doing some stuffed toys and such. There are a few titles on there that look in inviting.

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  124. Craft books are my favorites! I am drawn to the books on embroidery - improving these skills is one of my goals for the new year!

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  125. I love the embroidery book and the felt book!

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  126. The stuffed animals and flip dolls book have been in my Amazon wishlist for awhile now, wouldn't mind getting my hands on some new reads. :)

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  127. I would love the embroidery book.

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  128. Stitched Blooms and Flip Dolls look like fun. As to the other choices, I'll have to pick later (eenie, meenie...)

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  129. 1. Stitched Blooms, 2. Printing on Fabric, 3. Doodle Stitching, 4. Stuffed Animals, 5. Flip Dolls.
    Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot

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  130. Printing on Fabric is one book that I would love to have since I want to learn this skill

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  131. These sound amazing: Adventures in Pom Pom land
    Stuffed animals
    Printing on Fabric
    Flip Dolls and Other toys
    Book Play

    And I clicked on the pre-order link and it didn't work? Maybe it's just me.

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  132. Creative Lettering sounds so interesting! Would love to win some books!! Thanks for a great giveaway.:)

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  133. Oh my they all look great.. but I would say the flip dolls and other toys, felt play, and wee worlds.. would be awesome!

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  134. I love the embroidery book! Thanks for the chance to win. ksmith8@emich.edu

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  135. I'd love the doodle stitching book! So fun:)

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  136. Wow. So great. Journal Your Way, Paper Blooms + Doodle Stitching look pretty neat, Fingers crossed!

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  137. They all look good, especially the printing and screen printing ones. I have the Doodle book.

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  138. So many to choose from! Doodle Stitching is my pick. Thanks a bunch! :)

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  139. Journal your way; ow to make handmade books looks great. I also liked the Wee felt animals one, very cute.

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  140. Oooh... I'd start with the two Aimie Ray books. What a fun giveaway - thanks so much!

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  141. Just began embroidery so embroidery and beyond would be a great book. Thanks! jeff@oncinc.com

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  142. Wow its so hard to choose but:

    Paper Blooms
    Stitched Blooms
    Sweet and Simple Jewelry
    Wee Felt Worlds
    Paper Pups

    Those all looked like so much fun. The other technique books I always want in my library... What a terrific giveaway

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  143. I love "Flip Dolls & Other Toys." I checked it out at the library and instantly added it to my Christmas list.

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  144. Definitely doodling stitching, and that flip dolls book looks like fun too... I'm going to have to go look into each of these books, they all sound great :)

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  145. Awesome giveaway! Not sure if we're to list? But here goes:
    Embroidery & Beyond
    Stitched Blooms
    Printing on Fabric
    Creative Writing
    Stuffed Animals

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  146. The Stitched Blooms and the Doodle Stitching look fabulous! Happy holidays!

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  147. Oh my gosh, so many fun books! I would love Doodle Stitching! And the Pom Pom book, Felt book and Flip Dolls books. They all look amazing!

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  148. oh i've been drooling over flip dolls - i'd have to spend a lovely afternoon debating between the rest.

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  149. Stitched Blooms would definitely be on the top of my list. My daughter would love the sweet and simple jewelry book. Lovely giveaway.

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  150. Great books! Thanks for the chance!

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  151. Doodle Stitching, Print Collective, Printing on Fabric, and Creative Lettering all look like fun books!

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  152. I would love to sneak a peek at Stitched Blooms!

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  153. I think I would have a lot of fun with paper pups.

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  154. Flip Dolls and Doodle Stitches would be the first two on my list!

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  155. Wow!
    Book Play, Journal Your Way, Paper Blooms, Stitched Blooms, Creative Lettering
    Wow!
    mandiprout80 @ gmail. com

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  156. Too hard to choose at this mo'! (I do love Doodle Stitches.) sherrischott at gmail dot com

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  157. Books!!! I'd want Stitched Blooms, Doodle stitching, and Stuffed Animals for sure, not sure what else. :)

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  158. Stuffed Animals and Doodle Stitching for sure!

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  159. Wonderful giveaway! I would love any of the stitching/embroidery books and the stuffed animal book.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2 at yahoo dot com

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  160. what an awesome giveaway!

    if I won, I would definitely choose pompom land, one of the stuffed animal books (probably the start to finish one!), the wee felt worlds book... So many of these I have seen around blogland and loved... :)

    Thanks!

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  161. Great giveaway!!! Thanks for sharing ... I would love to win the books Doodle Stitching, Sweet and Simple Jewelry, Creative Lettering, Flip Dolls, and Journal Your Way. I love to dabble in many things. (:

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  162. There are many that look wonderful including creative lettering journal your way, doodle stitching, sweet and simple jewelry and flip dolls.

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  163. Definitely the embroidery book! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  164. Print collective sounds fun to try. Thanks for the chance!
    Mattiestaubin(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  165. Love craft books! I'm most interested in the sewing books.

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  166. They all look awesome! I think my daughters and I would especially enjoy the Pompom Land, Wee Felt Worlds, and the Paper Pups. Thanks!

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  167. The Flip Dolls look very interesting. I already have the Abigail Glassberg book though. :)
    purple-blue@msn.com

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  168. Doodle Stitching, Jenny Doh's Creative Lettering and the Journaling books are my favorites.

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  169. They all look amazing. Printing on Fabric caught my eye right away!
    mls.bartholomew [at] gmail

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  170. journal your way
    creative lettering
    book play
    doodle stitching
    stitched blooms

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  171. This is an amazing giveaway! I'm excited to even enter my name. my email is aeramsay1 at yahoo dot com. The most interesting ones to me are

    Stitched Blooms: 300 Floral, Leaf & Border Motifs to Embroider by Carina Envoldsen-Harris
    Doodle Stitching: Embroidery and Beyond by Aimee Ray
    Paper Blooms: 25 Extraordinary Flowers to Make for Weddings, Celebrations & More by Jeffery Rudell
    Wee Felt Worlds by Amanda Carestio
    Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction by Abigail Glassenberg

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  172. Wow! I'd LOVE to have my own copies of Abby Glassenbergs' "Stuffed Animals" and the "Flip Dolls" book too. Right up my alley.

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  173. Wow, some of those look really great! I'm particularly interested in Felt Worlds.

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  174. That doodle stitching book looks great. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  175. Oh, I like lots of them, but printing on fabric, felt, lettering, oh, they are fun!
    LeeAnna Paylor
    leeannaquilts@gmail.com

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  176. What a lovely giveaway! The Jenny Doh books all look great. Congrats on your book contributions, too!

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  177. Awesome giveaway. Anything for the kiddo-s is what I would like! Thanks very much. jansie at gmail dot com

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  178. That stack looks great. Stitched blooms, doodle stitiching and stuffed toys look interesting

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  179. I've had Doodle Stitching on my wishlist for a while. Thanks for the chance!

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  180. I love craft books! The Stuffed Animal book looks interesting.

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  181. I think I'd like the embroidery, lettering, and stuffed animal books... Thanks!

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  182. emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com
    oh god, such good books, but i've been wanting doodle stitching for a while.
    and the pom pom book! oh no, too many sweet choices!

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  183. doodle stitching is my favorite!

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  184. the pompomland book looks too cute!

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  185. Congrats on your cover girl status!!!How exciting! What a great giveaway….my top 5 are: Stitched Blooms, Flip Dolls, Stuffed Animals, Book Play, and Paper Pups for my son who wants to be a vet :) Thanks for participating :)

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  186. Book Play sounds the most intriguing although you have quite a stack to choose from... choices choices... :)

    emsewcrazy at yahoo dot com

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  187. So many great titles to choose from! I think that Doodle Stitching, Wee Felt Worlds, Flip Dolls and Stuffed Animals would definitely be at the top of my list. Thanks so much for the chance to win your giveaway!

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  188. Oh! I so want to learn how to print on fabric!

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