When F+W Media asked me if I would like to review “Mini Patchwork Projects” by Beth Study I was excited. But when they said I could also give one of my readers a chance to win a copy I was sold. This great little book contains 6 really fabulous and super useful sewing projects that are perfect for every skill set. I really love the the book is really clear and easy to follow and you’re not swamped with a whole lot of supporting information to get lost in. The projects are really relevant and make the book a great gift idea for someone you know who sews, or to keep on hand to help when you’re looking for last minute gift ideas.
I really love that the book is so bright and contemporary. I love that it’s been shot with a semi-vintage vibe, but feels like you’re totally getting a peak into someone’s cherished creative space. I’m really addicted to needle books at the moment and so I’m crushing on the hexagon needle case in Mini Patchwork Projects. I just need to carve out some time to make myself one! None of the projects are super labor intensive which is something that I, as a time poor person, really loves.
CLOSED: If you’d like to win a copy of Mini Patchwork Projects simply leave a comment on this post telling me what types of mini projects you like to make for gifts or for yourself. Entries close Wednesday 28 September 2016 at 8pm AEST (Sydney time). Competition is open internationally.
WINNER: Ali, who left the comment “I love giving pixie baskets and pin cushions!”
Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter!
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