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These are perfect for me, need to win! Statement Jewelry is my main craft and I've been wanting to read the Animals just b/c of the Barrel of Monkeys necklace, and it's bound to be full of other cutesy designs. Ugh, the cover of Jewelry For All Seasons kills me with all the tiny floral. I can picture making these and ba-booming them into larger statement pieces.
This would be super cute. I have a Jack Russel just like the one on the cover!
Awesome. My dog loves toys, hates sweaters though. And would like some ideas of what to make my cat.
Looks super cute to make.
I love the Mini Macrame bracelets
This would be fun to try out.
Love the lace cuffs, and the bug at the top left looks really cute too.
Sounds interesting, wonder what the projects are using yarn scraps.
I still can't knit, crochet, or make origami so I could use this one. I need the simple instructions with lots of pictures to follow along and maybe I can finally start making simple things like mitts, tuques, scarves, and socks.
As a beadweaver I'm always looking for new ideas, but man if I could learn to knit those stuffies are adorbs.
These both look great. The flowers look so pretty, and I'm going to check out what kind of fabric projects are in the other book.
I could definitely use these. I'm very apprehensive but would like to sell at shows and on etsy, I need to take that next leap. Packaging Your Crafts would be super helpful b/c that's an area I need ideas on.
I would love this book, I see some jewelry-making potential with it.
I like smaller projects like this, I have a bag of cut up dress fabric my grandma saved that I could use up too.
Ack! That deer hat on the cover is amazing... I want to make that.
I'd start with a quilted tote or bag, maybe something that would look 1950s.
This might be a good way for me to learn crochet. I haven't been able to crochet or knit yet.
I think Brooches and Pins looks the most interesting, followed by Hair Accessories.
These would be great to decorate a craft show table or maybe flatten to use on greeting cards.
Would love to read this... I've been making beadwork jewelry incorporating vintage crochet pieces so I'd love to learn to make them myself.
This would be great for me b/c I have a closet full of high-waist skirts.
I love the buckles, especially the big red one. They would make the prettiest ribbon decorations for gifts.
I love the cover of this book, it looks like the pages of a fashion magazine. Would be fun to try out.
"Make a custom lace top" sounds like something I'd do.
I love the packaging of these patterns, so modern.
would love to make some vintage inspired items from this.
My aunt would get a lot of use out of these, she makes a cheesecake every year at christmas.
Would love to win this and see the 20 different designs. I have some great vintage prints that would be so cute as skirts.
The Bargello Belt sounds interesting to make and I would love to try out some new patterns.
I love quilting and I'd love to see some more artistic and unique designs.
yay for another giveaway! funny no one has commented. I`d love to win these to learn how to make my own dress form.
You got me at "make your own dress form". I`ve been shopping around for one and now I wanna see what I could make myself, I wonder what they`re made of and what they look like?
I love the idea of a sailor theme and having the bodice and skirt different colours.
the green dress in the pic looks really cute
I could really use this too; am just getting into garments as I started out making hand-sewn jewelry.
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