Showing posts with label giveaway. Show all posts
Showing posts with label giveaway. Show all posts

Thursday, 9 October 2014

Felt-o-ween Giveaway Winner

Time to announce the winner of the Felt-o-ween giveaway!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1454708514/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1454708514&linkCode=as2&tag=bugandfis-20&linkId=2KQJ3XNHNSZLJAXW

The winner is...

Kathi, who said "Hi Laura! What an AMAZING give-away!! All of these books are on my Amazon wishlist for Christmas!"

Congrats Kathi! And thanks for all the lovely comments on the giveaway post, you guys xxx

Felt-o-ween is filled with lots of cute stuff to make from felt for Halloween including 8 projects designed by me (yay!) It's available from Amazon USA, Amazon UK, The Book Depository, Barnes & Noble and many other bookshops.

The Amazon and Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links. 

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Felt-o-ween: a Very Special Giveaway!

To celebrate the publication of Lark Books' awesome new Halloween craft book, Felt-o-ween* I've got a copy to give away!


(* Okay so I'm a teeny bit biased as there are eight projects by me in the book but it is such a fun book with a ton of cute projects to stitch! If you love felt crafting + cute stuff + Halloween then you're going to love this book!).

But that's not all, oh no. The lucky winner will also win a copy of two other holiday-themed felt books from Lark: Fa La La La Felt and Heart-Felt Holidays...

 
  
... and the "Devil-Made-Me-Do-It" pincushion that I made for Felt-o-ween.


Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win!

Leave your comment before 10pm on Tuesday 7th October, and I'll pick the winner at random on Wednesday 8th October. I'll then post the pincushion myself and pass the winner's address along so the books can be posted to them.

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. This giveaway is open internationally. Yay!

If I'm unable to contact the winner within a week, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public & to have a contact email visible for me to be able to get in touch with you.

UPDATE: this giveaway is now closed. 

Felt-o-ween is published by Lark Books. It's available from Amazon USA, Amazon UK, The Book Depository, Barnes & Noble and many other bookshops.

P.S. The Amazon and Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Laurafallulah Giveaway Winners

Time to announce the winners of the Laurafallulah giveaway!

The winner of the pink set is...

http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/laurafallulah

... Kay, who said... "Thanks for a lovely giveaway, I prefer the pink set. It is always fun to come across wonderful new shops too. x"

And the winner of the blue set is...

http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/laurafallulah

...  Teresa @ Aurea's Kitchen, who said... "The blue set is lovely."

Congrats guys! I'll send you a message later today but if you don't hear from me by the time you see this post please get in touch - my email is mail [at] lupinhandmade [dot] com 

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Giveaway: Goodies from Laurafallulah

It's time for a lovely giveaway - two bundles of handmade goodness from my crafty chum Laura, aka Laurafallulah.

 http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/laurafallulah

Laurafallulah is Laura Harris - a weaving graduate who, after a lightbulb moment, knew she had to swap her life in retail for setting up her own business making the most of her creativity and promoting that of others. Working from her home in South East London, Laura takes inspiration from her surroundings. Her love of vintage design combined with an eye for bold colours and stylised motifs help her create fun individual accessories for the young at heart. A proper grown-up treat. 

 http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/laurafallulah

In Laura's shop you'll find pretty, vintage-inspired jewellery plus lavender sachets, purses, paper confetti and gift tags. 

http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/laurafallulah

Click here to visit her shop! You'll also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

There are two sets of Laurafallulah treats up for grabs - one pink...


... and one blue:

 

The pink set includes: 

A pink and white jumbo gingham 6" zipper purse with hand stitched felt red rose design and added floating hearts.


A large pink rose brooch with hand stitched red petal detail and two little green leaves, and a green felt leaf brooch with hand stitched vein pattern.

 

And a set of 4 pink abstract floral vintage barkcloth covered buttons.

 

The blue set includes:

A cornflower 6" zipper purse with rose and ribbon appliqué design, lined with a sweet cream and blue ditsy floral print fabric.

 

A mixed felt and fabric circle brooch with stitched detail and cute gingham button, and a pale pink and pale blue flower brooch with fuchsia stitched details.

 

And a set of 4 vintage rose print fabric covered buttons.

 

Laura is happy to ship the bundles internationally so anyone can enter! Yay!

For your chance to win, leave a comment on this blog post letting me know which set you'd like (pink or blue).... or (because I know commenting can be a bit of a faff) you can tweet your entry. 

Leave your comment (or send me a tweet) before 10pm on Tuesday 15th July, and I'll pick the two winners at random on Wednesday 16th July. I'll then pass the winners' details on to Laura so she can send the parcels. One tweet and/or comment entry per person, please! (e.g. if you tweet the link 5 times you're not gonna get 5 entries... just the one).

If you're entering via a blog comment, please make sure you leave a name or pseudonym (no totally 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 winners within a week, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile and email address set to public / visible contact info on your blog for me to be able to get in touch with you. If you're entering via Twitter, remember your account needs to be public or I won't see your tweet in my notifications.

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Edward's Menagerie Book Launch Tickets: Winners

Time to announce the winners of the Edward's Menagerie book launch tickets!

http://www.thetoftalpacashop.co.uk/PD.aspx?product=PATTERNS/toys/-Edwards_Menagerie_Book_by_Kerry_Lord

The winners are...

... SayItWithCyanide, who said, "Oooh yes please! I like cats best!"

... and craftylittlerat, who said "I do love Alpacas, but Tapirs are my most favorite animals at the moment! That and Rats of course."

Congrats guys! I'll send you a message later today but if you don't hear from me by the time you see this post please get in touch - my email is mail [at] lupinhandmade [dot] com 


Edward's Menagerie will be published in July by David & Charles. RRP £15.99.

Click here to read my review!

Remember, if you pre-order the book directly from TOFT you'll also get a PDF of ten bonus patterns that aren't included in the book: a badger, camel, kangaroo, moose, reindeer, sloth, lemur, skunk, snow leopard and armadillo.

(P.S. there'll be another post up on my blog at 11am, so do pop back!)

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Giveaway: Tickets to the Edward's Menagerie Book Launch

As I mentioned yesterday, I've got a fun giveaway for you today: tickets to the launch of Edward's Menagerie, the new crochet book by TOFT founder Kerry Lord.

http://bugsandfishes.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/book-review-edwards-menagerie.html

Edward's Menagerie will be published in July by David & Charles. RRP £15.99.

Click here to read my review!
 
Rather awesomely, if you pre-order the book directly from TOFT you'll also get a PDF of ten bonus patterns that aren't included in the book: a badger, camel, kangaroo, moose, reindeer, sloth, lemur, skunk, snow leopard and armadillo.

Also awesomely, I've got two pairs of tickets to the book launch to give away. Hurrah!


The launch party will be held at Toft Alpaca Farm in the Midlands (click here for location info) on 25th July, and will involve craft workshops (yay!), cream teas (yum!) and alpaca treks (squeeeee!).

 
 

Fancy going along? Just tell me what your favourite animal is for a chance to win a pair of tickets!

You can leave a comment on this blog post, or CLICK HERE to tweet me your favourite animal

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. 


Please note: this giveaway is only open to people who live in the UK! Each winner will be sent a pair of invites to the book launch but they'll need to make their own way there.

Leave your comment or send me a tweet before 10pm on Tuesday 24th June, and I'll pick the winners at random on Wednesday 25th June. I'll then pass the winners' details to the organisers so they can send out the invites.

If you're entering with a blog comment 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 winners within a week or they turn out not to live in the UK, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile and email address set to public for me to be able to get in touch with you.

Monday, 5 May 2014

Made by Yourself Giveaway Winner

It's time to announce the winner of the copy of fab DIY interiors book Made by Yourself.


The lucky winner (picked at random) is...

... Aiza who said: "Would love to win this :) DIY is not my strong suit but I would love to try some projects out!"

I hope you'll have lots of fun trying them, Aiza!

Made by Yourself is published by Jacqui Small. RRP £18.00. It's available from Amazon UK, Amazon USA, The Book Depository and many other bookshops. You can read my review of it here.

[Disclaimer: The Amazon & Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links].

Sunday, 27 April 2014

Giveaway: Made by Yourself

As I mentioned yesterday, I've got a copy of Made by Yourself to give away to one lucky reader!


Please note: this giveaway is only open to people who live in the UK and Ireland.

Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Sunday 4th May, and I'll pick the winner at random on Monday 5th May. I'll then pass the winner's details to the publishers so they can send out the copy of the book.

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 a week, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public & to have a contact email visible for me to be able to get in touch with you.

UPDATE: this giveaway is now closed.

Made by Yourself is published by Jacqui Small. RRP £18.00. It's available from Amazon UK, Amazon USA, The Book Depository and many other bookshops.

[Disclaimer: The Amazon & Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links].

Monday, 31 March 2014

Giveaway: Mollie Makes: Weddings

Remember I blogged about the fab new wedding-themed book from Mollie Makes? Well, I've got a copy to give away! Hurrah! 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/190939730X/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=190939730X&linkCode=as2&tag=bugandfis-21

Obviously this would be a great book to add to your shelves if you (or someone you know) are planning a wedding but, as I said in my earlier blog post... "apart from a very few projects (like the button bouquet) all the designs in the book could be easily adapted for other things - e.g you could use the flower designs from my ring pillow to make colourful flower brooches, and many of the decorations would look great at any party. If you like your crafts pretty & romantic, you'll find lots to love in this book."

Please note: this giveaway is only open to people who live in the UK and Ireland.

Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Sunday 6th April, and I'll pick the winner at random on Monday 7th April. I'll then pass the winner's details to the publishers so they can send out the copy of the book.

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 a week, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public & to have a contact email visible for me to be able to get in touch with you. If you have problems leaving a comment here on my blog, you can enter via my shop's contact form instead.

UPDATE: this giveaway is now closed.

Mollie Makes: Weddings is published by Collins & Brown. It's available from the publisher's online shop, Amazon UK, and The Book Depository. The US edition (published by Interweave) is also available from Amazon USA.

[PS the Amazon and Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links]

Thursday, 13 March 2014

DIY Wedding Manual Giveaway: Winners

 It's time to announce the winners of the DIY Wedding Manual giveaway, hurrah!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/085733381X/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=085733381X&linkCode=as2&tag=bugandfis-21

The five lucky winners (chosen at random) are...

Jenny, who said "Looks like a fab book, thanks for the opportunity."

Dropstitch, who said "Please count me in. I don't even have a ring on my finger, but I do have one favourited on Etsy! Ha"

Kat, who said "What a lovely looking book - I have a friend getting married next year who would love it!"

Anna, who said " Please could I enter? I got married in August but I am now helping plan my little sister's wedding and she's requested a LOT of handmade, including a felt flower and button bouquet! I'm going to be a busy lady!!"

And Niky, who said "Oh I need one of these!"

I'll be in touch with you all very soon, I hope you'll enjoy the book :)


The DIY Wedding Manual by Laura Strutt is out now and available to buy from Haynes, Amazon UK, Amazon USA, The Book Depository and many other bookshops.

P.S. In case you missed it, make sure to check out Laura's great post on 10 Tips for Creating a DIY Wedding! 

[Please note: the Amazon & Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links]

Saturday, 8 March 2014

Giveaway: the DIY Wedding Manual

I have FIVE copies of the DIY Wedding Manual from Haynes Manuals to give away today, so FIVE lucky folks will each win a copy. Yay!

 

The DIY Wedding Manual by Laura Strutt (who shared her top tips for a DIY wedding here yesterday) is "packed with everything you need to know and creative ideas to help you achieve your dream wedding – from veils and cakes, to flowers and invitations".

Please note: this giveaway is only open to people who live in the UK.

Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Wednesday 12th March, and I'll pick the five winners at random on Thursday 13th March. I'll then pass the winners' details to the publishers so they can send out the copies of the book.

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 a week, or the person I pick turns out not to have a UK postal address I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public & visible contact details (e.g. an email address or a contact form on your blog) for me to be able to get in touch with you. If you have problems leaving a comment here on my blog, you can enter via my shop's contact form instead.

Update: this giveaway is now closed

The DIY Wedding Manual is out now and available to buy from Haynes, Amazon UK, Amazon USA, The Book Depository and many other bookshops. 

[Please note: the Amazon & Book Depository links in this post are affiliate links]

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Country Living Spring Fair Giveaway: Winners

It's time to announce the winners of the tickets to the Country Living Spring Fair.

http://www.countrylivingfair.com/spring

The lucky winners (picked at random) are...

... SNJ of The Papercraft Post, who said "I'd love to attend The Country Living Spring Fair. I've never been. The Business Design Centre is an ace venue. Thanks for the giveaway!"

... and Lou Bradshaw, who said "Ooh, that sounds lovely. Perhaps I could combine it with a lovely day out in London, I don't get chance to visit as often as I would like xx"

Congrats! I'll be in touch with you both by email shortly :)

Update: it turns out that one of the winners was so excited about the loveliness of the Spring Fair that she's already bought a ticket, so I've picked another winner:

Tatiana Aksarova, who said  "Would love to go! Thank you x"

Didn't win but still interested in attending the fair? Use the discount code Blog02 when booking your tickets and you'll get them for £12 each instead of £13 for an advance ticket. You can book by calling 0844 848 0150 or buy tickets online and check out all the details about the fair on the Country Living Fair website

Thursday, 27 February 2014

Giveaway: Win a Ticket to the Country Living Spring Fair!

Remember back in the autumn when I was planning on going to the Country Living Fair but forgot my free ticket? You know, because I am an idiot?

Well, I'm delighted to say that I've got a free ticket for next month's Country Living Spring Fair (19th - 23rd March at the Business Design Centre, London) and this time I am absolutely, definitely going to remember to take it with me!

I'm also delighted to have two more free tickets to share with you guys, hurrah! (More info at the bottom of this post).

 

I've never been to a Country Living Fair before but I've seen lots of photos from other peoples visits and blog posts from designer/makers who have exhibited in the past and I'm really looking forward to finally going along to see all the loveliness for myself.

 

There's lots of shopping to do at the Fair, of course, but there's also a Spring Garden, lamb feeding, Green & Blacks chocolate tasting, lots of craft workshops...


... plus talks and workshops on everything from flower arranging to the world of tea to running your own business.


Fancy going along to the fair? Use the discount code Blog02 when booking your tickets and you'll get them for £12 each instead of £13 for an advance ticket. You can book by calling 0844 848 0150 or buy tickets online.

I've also got TWO tickets up for grabs, so two lucky people will win a free ticket each. 

Please note: this giveaway is only open to people who live in the UK! You will be sent a free ticket to the Fair but you'll need to make your own way there.

Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Wednesday 5th March, and I'll pick the winners at random on Thursday 6th March. I'll then pass the winners' details to the organisers so they can send out the tickets.

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 winners within a week or they turn out not to live in the UK, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public for me to be able to get in touch with you. If you have problems leaving a comment here on my blog, you can enter via my shop's contact form instead.

This giveaway is now closed.

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

A Book Giveaway & Mapping my Nice Days Out

Two fun things to mention today...

First up, the lovely folks at Super Cute Kawaii reviewed my book, Super-Cute Felt Animals yesterday and now they've got a copy to give away. Hurrah! (The giveaway closes on Tuesday 4th March).

http://www.supercutekawaii.com/2014/02/super-cute-felt-animals-book-giveaway/


Secondly, as well as starting some craft-themed boards on Pinterest I've set up some boards dedicated to the places I've been visiting on my Nice Days Out... complete with maps so you can see where all the museums, galleries, etc I've visited are located.

http://www.pinterest.com/bugsandfishes/london/ 

So far I've set up boards for London, Oxfordshire and Berkshire & Buckinghamshire.

I'm nerdishly fascinated seeing all these places plotted on a map but I'm also hoping that as I gradually add to these boards over the coming months they'll become an increasingly useful reference for anyone who fancies planning their own Nice Days Out to the areas I've been visiting :)

Friday, 8 November 2013

Giveaway: Mollie Makes Woodland Friends

As I mentioned yesterday, I've got a copy of the new Mollie Makes book to give away!

One lucky winner will win a copy of Mollie Makes: Woodland Friends (published by Collins & Brown).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1909397121/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=1909397121&linkCode=as2&tag=bugandfis-21

Please note: this giveaway is only open to people who live in the UK!

Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Friday 15th November, and I'll pick the winner at random on Saturday 16th November. I'll then pass the winner's details to the publishers so they can send out the copy of the book.

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 a week, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public for me to be able to get in touch with you. If you have problems leaving a comment here on my blog, you can enter via my shop's contact form instead.

[P.S. The Amazon links in the post are affiliate links]

Update: this giveaway has now closed.

Sunday, 6 October 2013

Stitched Blooms Giveaway Winner + Some Shopping

Oops, I totally forgot about the Stitched Blooms giveaway! What a disorganised blogger I am! Apologies to any of you who checked my blog yesterday expecting the winner to have been announced already.

So, better late than never, it's time to announce the winner of the book and bundle of embroidery thread....


 ... and the winner is Anna who said "Oh I saw this book the other day, it's so cute!" Congrats, Anna!

I've been off on a couple of Nice Days Out (as I mentioned the other day, I'm determined to catch up on the days I've missed due to illness/deadlines/etc) and have been taking lots of photos to share with you guys this coming week, once I've had a chance to sort through them all. I've also been doing a little bit of shopping, treating myself to a couple of "early Christmas presents-to-myself".

I bought a set of this awesome geometric bedlinen from John Lewis - isn't it great? So much delicious colour.

Mosaic Bedlinen from JohnLewis.com

This is going in a box with all the stuff from my old flat / being saved for when I get a new flat. It feels a little silly to be buying something and then packing it away, but I can never find bedlinen I like when I actually need to shop for it and this was just too marvellous to resist.

Also too marvellous to resist was the new ornament kit from Alicia Paulson. I bought some of her ornament kits last year and was really looking forward to seeing this year's new designs. I was very lucky to get one of the new kits as they sold out within about 24 hours of her putting them in her shop! Wow.

Night Before Christmas Ornament Kit from Posie: Rosy Little Things

The ornaments are also available as PDF patterns, and the re-issued kits from previous years are all still in stock. Apparently Alicia won't be selling these kits again, so I also snapped up a kit to make these lovelies:

Snow Day Ornament Kit from Posie: Rosy Little Things

The months running up to Christmas are soooo busy when you're running a shop and sending out lots of pre-Christmas parcels - now I'm winding down that side of my business I'm really looking forward to having some more relaxing winters and having the time to work on festive projects like these.

Friday, 27 September 2013

Book Review & Giveaway: Stitched Blooms

When I heard that Carina Envoldsen-Harris (whose &Stitches zine I designed a pattern for last year) was writing a book I was so excited to see the finished product as I've long admired her pretty, colourful embroidery patterns.

The finished book - Stitched Blooms - is out next month and the lovely folks at Lark Crafts have sent me a review copy. Yay!


Isn't the embroidered cover great? Such happy colours!


Stitched Blooms is divided into three main sections: Getting Started, Projects and Motifs.

"Getting Started" covers all the usual "how to" topics you'd expect at the start of an embroidery book, with guides to transfering motifs, choosing your tools and mastering all the stitches required. The diagrams and photos in this section are very clear and Carina goes into lots of detail and provides lots of helpful tips.


There's also a really interesting section on colour theory and how to apply it to choosing colour schemes for tour embroidery projects. As a beginner when it comes to embroidery, I sometimes find it tricky choosing colours for my stitching that I know will look good together and Carina's tips on putting together colour combinations will probably come in useful for other craft projects too. I don't know about you but I often fall back on using my same favourite colours over and over in my sewing - I'll definitely be getting this book off my shelf next time I want to try something new!


"Projects" includes 20 things to make and/or embellish with embroidery. Some of them involve stitching on ready-made items (like a skirt, a duvet cover, a totebag or a pair of mittens)...

 

... and others include templates and instructions for making the items themselves (e.g. a needlebook, an obi belt and a glasses case).

 

There's a nice mix of different types of projects included - homewares, gifts, clothing and accessories - and a mix of sizes too, with some large projects that involve a lot of hand stitching (like an appliqued baby quilt) and some small projects that would be great for beginners (like little embroidery hoop ornaments).

One of my favourite designs is this fun felt Dala horse:


This embroidered shirt is also pretty gorgeous!


There are 33 motifs included in the "Projects" section, all clearly labelled so you can use them to recreate the designs as-stitched-by-Carina...


 ... then in the "Motifs" section there are 267 colourful motifs, divided into types like "minimalist blooms", "leafy blooms" (i.e. leaves!) and "borders and corners". Each page includes a sample motif from that page stitched up so you can get an example of how your finished stitching might look.

 

To be honest this is probably the section of the book that I will use most often - for me, the projects provide some great inspiration for things I could embroider but the pages of motifs are an absolute treasure trove of designs that I can see myself going back to again and again when I want a design to embellish something.

And - mega bonus! - all 300 motifs in the book are included on a CD at the back of the book so you can easily print the designs out at home at any size you want. Super practical.

Stitched Blooms is published by Lark Crafts, RRP $16.95 (USD). It's available for pre-order on Amazon UK and Amazon USA and many other bookshops.


The nice folks at Lark Crafts have got a copy of the book and some embroidery thread (floss) for me to give away! Woohoo!

One lucky winner will win a copy of the book and a bundle of 7 skeins of thread (floss) - in different colours to those pictured (the photo shows some of Carina's favourite colours).


Just leave a comment on this blog post for your chance to win. Leave your comment before 10pm on Friday 4th October, and I'll pick the winners at random on Saturday 5th October. The publishers are happy to send the book + threads internationally, so anyone can enter :)

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 a week, I will pick someone else. If you're leaving a comment with your Blogger profile, please remember that you need to have your profile set to public for me to be able to get in touch with you. If you have problems leaving a comment here on my blog, you can enter via my shop's contact form instead.

[Disclaimer: Lark Crafts kindly sent me a free review copy of this book and the Amazon links in this post are affiliate links. I have contributed projects to books published by Lark Crafts but I am always honest when reviewing books on my blog!]

Update: this giveaway is now closed.

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