A Project List and Give-Away Winners

joyfulstitchingmaterialsDo you make a materials list when you start a new project? A list forces me to search through my stash for materials, saves a few trips to the store, and helps me plan and visualize the project. Plus, a good list ups my anticipation for the project and makes me feel organized. And the endorphins from feeling organized makes me even more enthusiastic!

needleguidecoverFor each project in my new book, Joyful Stitching, you’ll find the fabric, threads sizes, and color recommendations for that project. Directions show you step-by-step how to stitch the design. Think of all those positive endorphins ready for you to feel!

And speaking of endorphins, the winners of our Sewing Needle Pocket Guide are about to get some. (There were so many responses I decided to give away 3 guides.)

Congratulations Christi T, Valerie U, and Rachel of the UK  you are the winners! May your needles never loose their identity.

For the rest of us, the Sewing Needle Pocket Guide is available here on the Artfabrik Notions Page.

8 thoughts on “A Project List and Give-Away Winners

  1. Thank you – looking forward to receiving it!

    I only make a list if I have to go shopping for it. Otherwise, I pull out a bundle of “possibles” and select as I go.

  2. Congratulations to the winners.

    When I was younger I would just gather enough to get started and then go hunting when more was needed — fabric or thread or tool. Now I make a list and gather everything I need and double check before I actually start because I can’t get around as easily as I used to. I even put together more than I need for thread in case I want to try different colors or sizes.


  3. Laura, I love this new direction you’ve chosen by embroidering on wool?? I love your colorful dyed threads, too?? Thanks for sharing your talents. You are an inspiration.

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