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Contests & Prizes : Congratulations to Tuesday's winners!

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Congratulations Torey, and Kat of lifegoeson-kat.blogspot.com!  You won last week’s giveaway of Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts.

Please e-mail  your address to thecraftsdept@marthastewart.com, so we can send your new books on their way.

Don’t forget to comment on Stephanie’s post below for more chances to win!

Comments (6)

  • I'm so excited and have emailed my address. Sewing truly is becoming a lost art. As a former Home-Ec teacher and now a librarian, it is truly a passion of mine. My first grandchild is now 9 months old and I look forward to passing on my love of sewing and crafting to her....she comes from a long line of sewers and crafters on both sides! THANK YOU!!

  • Count me in as very excited as well!!
    Thank you!
    kat

  • What a great give away! I saw on Purl Bee.com that Ms. Stewart will be doing a book signing for her new book on April 1. I'm in IL, but I wish I could be there! I love the Encyclopedia of Crafts, which I just purchased 2 months ago.

  • I took a sewing class in eighth grade growing up,(but never really kept up) and know how to do basic cross stitch. Now would love to learn how to know to really sew. All my clothes need alterations, due to the fact I have achondroplasia dwarfism. Everything I have ever purchase from Martha Stewart is very is to understand and a quality product. ---Stella

  • Growing up as young girl my grandmother used to do alot of embroidery. She would embroider sheets, and pillow cases, and kitchen towels, probably just about anything. I used to sit with her always asking for a opportunity to try a stitch. (She always Let me).I never really learned to embroider on my own very well, and my grandmother has sinced passed.So I'll never have a chance to learn from her or even spend that time with again. But if I were to win a copy of Martha Stewart's book :"I love embroidery".
    The first thing I would make would be a sheet set, because it would remind of the times I used to spend with my grandmother as young girl.

  • I would love to win one of your "Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts."

    I love sewing and making things for family and have a sewing business for over 50 year and still do minor alteration and some decor....pillows etc.

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