Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Book Giveaway!

We promised we'd be giving away a book soon, so here goes!


To win a copy of Sew a Backyard Adventure, leave a comment on this post telling us what types of things you like to sew for children.  The winner be drawn at random on Monday, June 24, and added as an update to this post.  Good luck!

We will be guests on Mark Lipinski's radio show, Creative Mojo, on Wednesday, June 19, at 3 pm EST. 

Tune in to Creative Mojo (or you can listen to the tape later) and listen to us discuss our book, Sew a Backyard Adventure, with Mark.

Call in during the live show at (877) 864-4869 and ask some questions!  We'd love to hear from you.

 xoxo,


Susan and Sally

19 comments:

sew watt said...

I just love all your patterns.I really like to sew kids quilts...

Carol Sharman said...

I made your tent for my granddaughter and it is now getting lots of use. I love to make quilts, clothes, hats, costumes, whatever she wants me to make. She is already, at the age of three, becoming very interested in fabric.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Sally, Jan Myhre here! Mary Ann Larson's cousin. I'd love to win this book for my daughter-in-law. She could whip up some of these cool designs for the granddaughter's backyard play time. Hope all is well with you and yours.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sally, Jan Belanger your new book is great, I love sewing the quilts the girls dresses and hats for my grandkids, Thanks for putting all your efforts in on this books.

Samantha said...

I would love to win this book and sew all the wonderful things inside it for my children.

Carol said...

I like to sew hats and quilts for my grandchildren.
I love all your patterns. It's hard to choose.

Pam said...

looks like a great book!! so cute!!!

I have to run errands tomorrow.. but hopefully I'll get home in time to listen in with your chat with Mark...
piece of cake.. you'll be great!

Sally G said...

Book looks FAB!

Anonymous said...

I am a new grandma and it looks like your new book has some really fun things I could sew for my grandson. I have only made kids quilts and pillowcases in the past but would love to Borden my horizons now that my kids are grown and I have a little more time. Besides grand children always appreciate things more than your own children did, because grandma made it especially for you.

Carol Jo

Melena said...

I have been admiring your book at a quilt shop. Now that the grandchildren of my friends are happening I would love to sew so many fun things for them. Everything in your book is wonderful for a child. I love to create anything funky and fun for children.

Michelle W said...

I've made an apron and tutu fur my daughter... The quilts I've made her have been much easier!

VickiT said...

So far I've been making toys and a few outfits for my 1 yr old Granddaughter who's living here with us and her parents. I'm looking forward to making her more things like dress up outfits and other fun things to keep her busy and having fun as she gets older.

I'm sorry I won't be able to tune into your guest appearance today although I'd MUCH rather do that than the root canal I'll be 'enjoying' instead at that time. Have a great time on the show. He always has fun with his interviews.

Faith said...

LOVE nature-inspired projects! For kids, enjoy sewing mini quilts w/minke or anything with texture and aprons to help in the kitchen! Thanks. Faith.

Sharon Chapman said...

I love making children quilts. They can be so expressive and vibrant. I would love to try the things listed in your book. Thanks for the chance to win it.

Laurie L said...

I have a two year old granddaughter who needs a new dress from Grammy! Would love to use one of your patterns to be the first! Pick me ... :) Loving listening to you right NOW on Creative MoJo!!!! Woot woot ...

Anonymous said...

wI love to sew costumes and accessories (backpacks, purses, hats, etc) for my nieces and nephews. You book looks really interesting.

Marguerite said...

This looks fun. The granddaughters will love the outdoor projects.

Cindy said...

Sewing for children is always enjoyable! I love aprons made out of oil cloth so they are waterproof. Can't wait to read how to make the wide brim hats, cargo vests and tepees!!

Liberata said...

I like to sew matching aprons for girls and their dolls, as well as many outfits to fit the American Girl dolls. I would love to sew from your giveaway book for my three young grandsons. I have also sewn quilts for them.