Sunday, 18 November 2012

Giveaway: The Needlecraft Stitch Directory

As promised, Jacqui Small are giving away a copy of The Needlecraft Stitch Directory (which I reviewed yesterday) to one lucky reader.

Please note that this giveaway is open to UK residents only.



Want to enter? Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Thursday 29th November, and I'll pick the winner at random on Friday 30th November.

Please make sure you leave a name or pseudonym (no anonymous comments please!) and leave a blog link, Twitter username, Etsy username or email address so I can contact you. If I'm unable to contact the winner within two weeks or the person I pick turns out not to be from the UK then I will pick someone else.

Apparently some people are having problem leaving comments on my blog at the moment. If you're unable to leave a comment here on my blog, you can enter via my shop's contact form instead. Please make sure you say which giveaway you're entering!

Update: this giveaway is now closed.

38 comments:

The Krafty Cupcake said...

I would love the chance to win this book please. Sue x

Sian said...

I'd love to enter, the book looks really useful! I'm really enjoying your book reviews, they've been really helpful, thanks.

sian.regan at gmail.com

suzewearsshoes said...

This would be awesome :) Suzie Mason on Etsy (Birmingham).

Gill said...

This looks a fantastic book Laura!
I hope there are going to be more book reviews - I'm really enjoying them although my amazon wishlist is getting longer!

Lucy said...

These kind of books are so useful and I'd love to improve my needlecraft skills.

Lucy. x

madefrombuttons [at] gmail.com

Chloe said...

I'd love the chance to win this book please :)

K. said...

This looks like a lovely book and I've love the chance to win it!

SayItWithCyanide on Etsy

Issabella The Cat said...

I'd love to win this book it looks fab! Thank you for the chance :D

Archie the wonder dog said...

It looks like a great book (I'm enjoying all your book reviews) and I'd love to win a copy! Thank you!

tanya said...

well, I never win raffles, but I might as well help you fill the metaphorical hat...

TheFacelessFool said...

I'd love to enter.

I'm a knitter primarily, but my sister cross stitches and if getting more and more into embroidery etc. I've used your recommendations to get her a few new books for Christmas already :)

Emma said...

Such a lovely book! Would be very happy to win this. Thanks for the chance! :)

inka said...

Pick me, pick me! ;)
xx

Claire - Miso Funky said...

Marvellous - please put my name in the hat, too!

And to liven up this comment a bit, I'll let you know that as I am typing this comment, I've been watching a baby wallaby being born on TV.

Leanne said...

I would love to win this book, I would use it a lot. Thank you for the chance.

Rachel Lawrence said...

What a lovely book, I would love to win please!
Rachel
raquelitabonita@hotmail.co.uk

chrissie said...

That looks like a very useful book to have and I would love the chance to enter the giveaway. Many thanks.

laurafallulah said...

Oh yes please! I definitely would love to add some more stitches to my repertoire.

I have not been watching any baby wallabys be born, alas my tv viewing is not that exciting.

Chloe G said...

I would really love to win this book! It so happens it's my birthday on the 29th, so it would be a fantastic present :-) chloe grice at y mail dot com thanks for the giveaway x

lynaeve said...

thanks for the chance!

HGK said...

Wow, great giveaway!
Too bad I'm not in the UK :(

Liefs, Audrey
http://hetkabinet.blogspot.com

Kay said...

Yes please, it would make a great early Christmas present for me.
ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

thelinencloud said...

I would love the chance to win this book ... thanks for offering the giveaway ... Bee x

sandrarumsey said...

I would love to win this as I have recently taken up embroidery again, and I am sure it would be very helpful.

Jessica said...

I loved the look of this book from your review and would love to add it to my collection, thanks so much for the chance!

Jess.

Gemma Cleaver said...

Hiya,

The book looks fab! I'd love to learn new stitching technigues to give my work a bit more variation, and keep it interesting! So I'd love to enter, otherwise it may end up on my Christmas list...

Thanks

Gemma

yousewshould@gmail.com

Sheena said...

Many thanks for a chance to win x
That book looks really useful x
Sheena
sheena@pjrowlands.com

Meandering Man said...

Hey, love your blog and reading all the roundups. This book would make a lovely addition to my collection! Giuseppe (Bury, Lancashire)

redjoker2008 said...


Would love to win :) thanks (Meg Jenner) @megjenner
craftitbakeit.blogspot.com

Sheila said...

Can i please enter too, it looks great.

MamaMunky said...

This would be super useful! Thanks for the giveaway!

LindseyAylward@yahoo.com

Simmi said...

Looks like a lovely book and if I won maybe I'd finally learn how to do french knots properly!!

ClareBears said...

I'd love to win this book. There's nothing nicer than looking at beautifully formed stitches.

ClareBears on twitter

Dichohecho said...

Oooh, yes please!

KittyB said...

Fabulous! I'm loving all these new books. Hurray for crafty blogs :)

Jenny said...

Would love to win, can never have enough craft books!

Sunny said...

I would love the chance to win...thank you

Kay said...

Such a pretty looking book. Would love to win it. Could do with a few more techniques in my repertoire of 2 stitches :)

kaydeeme at yahoo.co.uk

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