March 14, 2012
Two summers ago, I got contacted by Rashida Coleman-Hale from Iheartlinen. If I wanted to contribute to a book on zakka style sewing. It was around the same time Kathreen contacted me for the Crafternoon series. I couldn't believe my luck!! Did I need to think about that? No, of course not!
So, now it's finally here and I'm really, REALLY, proud to be one of the 24 contributors to this little gem. Because that's what it is. The book contains 24 sewing projects in typical zakka style. They make up for a perfect gift or a craft just to treat yourself. The simple yet stylish projects range from a tote, to a pincushion, nesting boxes, a messenger bag, a quilt and many more ... For the occasion I made an up-cycled version of this water bottle holder.
More details about the book can be found here at the official Zakka Style page.
And now the good news for you: Stashbooks at C&T Publishing is offering an e-book version of the book. To make a chance at winning this free copy, just leave your name and a valid e-mail address in the comment section of this post. You can do so until Friday, March 23rd, at noon UTC. The winner will be announced shortly after.
So, good luck to you all!
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