book review: stitch zakka
Calling this a book review may be a bit of a stretch. I may be a little biased. Or a lot. But only because I'm very honored to be included in this super charming collection of projects featuring embroidery with a hint of Japanese styling. As you can see below, this book has designs from today's coolest crafters...and I think that means I'm one of them! I'm still not sure how that happened, but I'm delighted.
I'm fairly sure that my Rainy Day Mobile is the simplest of the projects in the book, with most of the items you can make featuring more sewing and stitching. But we all need simple now and again, right?
There are some smaller embroidery and some larger stitchings, samplers and motifs, pouches and pin cushions, and lots more. All of the designs are stitched with Cosmo embroidery floss from Lecien, and most of the fabrics are from them too.
Stitch Zakka is a very nice collection of projects, and even if I weren't in this book, I'd be wanting a copy. Oh, and hey! I have an extra copy that I'd like to give to one lucky reader!
The giveaway is open to all, and will end next Monday at midnight Eastern time. Enter below using Rafflecopter. Good luck, my stitchy friends!
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Another Chance UPDATE: You can also enter to win a copy on Leigh Laurel Studios!