Book Giveaway: Sew Darn Cute

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It’s giveaway time here at OCP again! I’m offering up another sewing book full of wonderful patterns and a whole section of stuff for the kiddos! Some of the projects you’ll find inside Sew Darn Cute include an adorable square bear, a vinyl bib, a doll quilt and a baby quilt, plus many more projects for all of you crafty mamas out there!

To enter, just leave a comment below telling me your favorite online tutorial (links are great!). It can be a sewing tutorial but doesn’t have to be, and feel free to link to your own tut it happens to be your favorite!

Want another chance to enter? Tweet about the giveaway then come back and leave another comment telling me that you did!

I’ll close commenting Saturday at midnight and post the winner on Monday. The winner will be chosen using a random number generator.

Good luck!

Comments

  1. 1

    Amber says

    Well, aside from your site for ideas ;-), I really like oneprettything for finding ideas and tutorials. The book looks great too!

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    says

    My current favorite is one that was featured here, 4/9 – how to turn a man’s dress shirt into a little girl’s dress. I’ve been eyeing several shirts in my husband’s closet ever since I saw that tutorial!

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    katia says

    I would loooove to win! My favorite tutorial is this:
    http:/uklassinus.blogspot.com/2008/08/fabric-dollhouse-tutorial.html

  4. 36

    says

    i love every tute at
    whimsy-girl.blogspot.com

    this is a great giveaway, i have had my eye on this book!

    oh, please, random number generator, choose me!!

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    Karla says

    Thanks for the generous giveaway! Looks like a great book! My absolute fave tutorial is the fabric beach ball by purl bee… it’s a great stash buster and everytime I have scraps laying around, I always cut them up for future fabric balls. Really fun to mix and match fabrics for this project. 🙂

    http://www.purlbee.com/fabric-beach-balls/

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    Jennifer says

    My family’s fav. tutorial has to be the cinnamon rolls from Heather Hales designs. I am excited to start trying out a few of the skirt patterns you recently posed too though!