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December 08, 2010


gina s.

Oh, I've had this book in my cart at Amazon for some time now! I really, really want it!



I haven't heard of this book, but, oh my, it looks wonderful! That dirndl-ish outfit is SO cute!


This book looks as beautiful as it must be useful. I'd love to add it to my library.


Thanks for the interview and the giveaway - I like that this book seems to want to empower the sewist - I still am not used to/don't really like tracing patterns though! I guess with a few shapes/master patterns, you could just trace/transfer to cardboard and reuse?

Em Komiskey

What a great book. With two little girls, this would be perfect for me. I think it needs to be on my Christmas list.


I'm such a fan of her blog and would love to win a copy of the book -thanks! :)


I am such a fan of Mary's! I would love to win this book!


OMW, I would love to win this book. Talk about making my Christmas.

Tabitha O.

I love interview questions to see how 'real' people are-makes me feel not quite so intimidated to sew!


Great interview!
I'd love to win a copy of this book


I'd love a copy of the book - I have a little girl on the way that it getting all my crafting energy.


I would just love to win this book.

The interview is great, I myself would love to write a craft book and have it published!!


thanks for opening my eyes to this wonderful book and designer!


My neice is a very creative person and I am sure you will love her book. That is her beautiful daughter on the cover.


I just recently found your blog and I love it! This book looks like a wonderful resource for sewing for granddaughters :) Thanks for sharing - and for interviewing the author. Happy Sewing!

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