I thought a give-away would be a great way to end the week and to get you all revved up for the weekend!
Today’s give-away is courtesy of Carole Dyer, and it’s for your own brand-spanking new copy of the new edition of Ruth Chamberlin’s Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork.
Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork is one of my all-time favorite goldwork & silk shading instructional books. It’s packed with heaps of good instructional material, plus a stunning goldwork sampler.
If you want to know what’s in the book, in detail, you can read my original review of the book here, and my announcement of the new edition here (the latter has a bit more detail and plenty of photos).
So, if you haven’t added Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork to your needlework library yet – or perhaps you’re looking for another copy to give as a gift? – feel free to join in today’s give-away, by following the guidelines below!
To join in today’s give-away for your own copy of Beginner’s Guide to Goldwork, please follow these guidelines:
This give-away is now ended. Thanks for participating!
1. Leave a comment below. Comments received via email or left on any other article on Needle ‘n Thread are not eligible. If you’re unsure where to go to leave your comment, just follow this link and it will take you directly to the comment form.
2. Please fill out the comment form correctly: a. Use a name with your comment, either in the “name” line or the comment box. Anonymous comments are not eligible. b. When filling out the comment form, you can leave the “website” line blank. This is for folks who have their own blog or website. If you don’t own your own website or blog, please leave it blank.
3. In your comment, answer the following:
What was the first embroidery project you ever stitched? If you can’t remember, tell us about the first one you remember stitching, or your favorite or most memorable one!
4. Leave you comment before 5:00 am (Central Time Zone – Kansas, USA), Saturday, May 13. I’ll announce the randomly drawn winner that day.
And that’s it! Easy peasy!
I’m looking forward to reading your answers to the question above! I’ve been pondering “first needlework projects” for a while, and I’ll tell you why, soon!
Enjoy your weekend!