Remember the book I reviewed yesterday – Autopsy of the Montenegrin Stitch: Exhumed? Well, thanks to the author Amy Mitten, I’ve got a copy to give away!
If you’ve ever tried to unravel the intricacies of the Montenegrin stitch, especially when it comes to making seamless joins between lines traveling in different directions, then you’ll want this book! Stitchers who enjoy working historical reproduction samplers will find it an immense help, as will anyone who wants to add this beautiful stitch to their repertoire.
And of course, if you’ve already got the book (or the first edition), or you don’t think you’d actually use the stitch, there’s no harm in joining the give-away anyway, as the book would make a great gift for a stitching friend. It’s the perfect size for a Christmas stocking stuffer, too!
To enter the give-away, just leave a comment below, abiding by these very brief and simple rules:
1. Please leave your comment on this post, on the website – not sent via e-mail or placed on any other post (just follow this link to go directly to the correct comment area).
2. In your comment, answer the following question: Besides using the stitch in samplers, in what other types of embroidery do you think the stitch would look nice? Any ideas or plans?
3. Please make certain that your comment is left with a recognizable name, either in the “name” section on the comment form, or within the body of the comment.
4. I’ll announce the winner on Monday, June 13th, so the give-away closes Monday morning by 5:00 am CDT.
Thanks, Amy, for the opportunity to pass a copy of the book on to a lucky reader!
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