Saturday, September 28, 2013

Craft Book Month

Over at Craft Buds it is Craft Book Month. Lots of books are being given away. I love to link up for fun and prizes. You might want to follow the link and see all the creations and signup for a few giveaways along the way.

To link up I need to write a blog post about a craft book and a project I made from it in 2013! So, here goes!

Patchwork Please by Ayumi Takahashi is one of my favorite books! I bought the book to participate in Zakka Along 2.0 : Patchwork Please Sew Along
As always with me, after a few projects, 10 other items needed to be made or taken up and I fell behind. I have still followed along and enjoyed everyone else's beautiful makes. My favorite items I made are the "Bell Pepper Hot Pads"! In the book they are coasters but the expert for that week Penny @ Sew Take A Hike showed us how to make hot pads!

There are still a two projects left if you are interested Zakka Along 2.0 : Patchwork Please Weekly Project Links!

Thank you for stopping by,
Until next time,
Create and be unique,
Lisa

Linking to Craft Buds

5 comments:

  1. Those hot peppers are sweet, Lisa. You sure are busy with sew many things! Thanks for sharing the links.

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  2. Wish I had this book, everyone is making such fun things with it.

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  3. Hi Lisa! Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog - it really made my day! I couldn't resist having a peek at your blog and I'm so glad I did - it's a visual feast! My fingers are itching to pull out my sewing machine again (so far I've managed to put a hem on a tablecloth - but I love that tablecloth with all my heart...)

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  4. PS I'd like to follow you, but I'm not sure how. With other WP blogs, I just click a button and they go into a reader, but I can't seem to do that for Blogger blogs. Maybe I need to sign up for some sort of independent blog reader? I'm still so new to all this!

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  5. These peppers are just beautiful.Thanks for sharing the link!

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