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Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork – Book Winner!

 

For all of you who joined in for this week’s book give-away of the Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork by Ruth Chamberline, we have a winner!

Beginner's Guide to Goldwork

I’ll just cut to the quick. I could go on and on about the book again, but you already know I like it, or I wouldn’t be giving it away! If you want to read a bit more about the book, check out my review of the Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork, and, if you want to see photos of the book, you might take a look at the give-away article.

The winner of the book is Kathy in McKinney, Texas. This is her comment:

I would love to win the gold work book giveaway! I am a beginner in gold work. I took one class at a national seminar, but got stuck, and have been unable to complete my piece! So hopefully the book would help!

I hope the book helps, Kathy! Please drop me a line with your mailing address, and I’ll send the book out to you.

Where to Find It

If you want to add Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork to your needlework library, you’ll find it available through the following book affiliates:

In the US, you can find Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork here through Amazon.

Worldwide with free shipping, Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork is available here through Book Depository.

 
 

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  1. Hi Mary – Thanks for letting me know that it’s available at Book Depository. Goldwork embroidery has long been something I’ve been interested in (it’s so beautiful just to look at, so I can only imagine how wonderful it must feel to create beautiful pieces with it) and am keen to try, and this book, being for beginners mainly, is something I will be buying very shortly (unless my own library has it or can order it for me, which I kinda doubt, but worth a try).

    Thanks for sharing this, and for reminding me once again how I’ve got to get a copy of it sooner rather than later.

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  2. G’day Mary,
    And congratulations Kathy, lucky lady. I’m sure you’ll find this book a special companion, stitching as well as to browse while having a cuppa. Thanks Mary for this beaut giveaway and the look through it.
    Cheers, Kath

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  3. Congratulations to Kathy in McKinney, Texas on her win!

    i was fortunate enough to find this book in my local library and can’t wait to get my hands on it. i’ve plans to make a wedding album cover and would love to incorporate some goldwork in the design. hopefully there will be something in this book to inspire a design.

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  4. Well, it sounds like the right person won. Congratulations Kathy. It would be terrible to start a peice of goldwork and be unable to finish it. Just the cost alone. I am so glad you won.

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  5. Congratulations, Kathy! Now you’ll *have* to finish that goldwork piece you started! The book will surely give you a big incentive to go forward.

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  6. Congratulations Kathy! What a beautiful book you have won. Hope your project turns out beautifully too.

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  7. Congratulations Kathy, I hope this will spur you on to finish your goldwork piece.

    This is such a pretty looking book, I think I shall have to buy it just to feast my eyes on the beautiful photographs. To heck with actually doing the goldwork…..

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  8. Congratulations, Kathy! I hope the book helps muchly.
    And thank you Mary for all your hard work!

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  9. Congratulations Kathy! There are lots of us who would like to take a goldwork vacation in Texas this summer. Do you have a guest room? Have fun & keep us posted on your progress.

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  10. I am new to your blog and after reading about your give way Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork I decided to pop on over to UK Book Depository and order my own copy. Well today it arrived in the mail and it is such a great book and I look forward to doing my very own project!! Thanks for referring this book.

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