Sunday, May 09, 2010

Book Review & GIVEAWAY - One-Yard Wonders


101 Sewing Projects
One-Yard Wonders
by Rebecca Yaker and Patricia Hoskins
I was sent this marvelous book to review from Story Publishing- it is really more of a treasury for us fabric collectors. I tend to buy just a yard of a new fabric when I'm going on a shopping spree and then end up regretting it because I don't always have as much fabric as I need. Well, no more worries!! I LOVE all these delicious projects and I know you will, too!!

Here's a small sample of the offerings:

Kids Convertible Craft Apron

Girls Flouncy Bag

Quilted Lunch Bag

All-You-Need Sewing Kit

Kitschy Kitchen Apron

Festive Flag Banners

I'm happy to have the publisher send out a copy of this fun sewing book to ONE WINNER.

*Contest Rules*

PLEASE NO PO BOXES, US and Canada only.

+1 Entry - Tell me what project sounds the most interesting to you from this book


Bonus Entry: +1 Entry for following my blog and leaving a comment

2nd Bonus Entry: +1 Entry for following my apron swap blog at and leave a comment here

3rd Bonus Entry: +1 Entry for blogging about this giveaway and linking back here (leave a separate comment with link to your post/twitter)

4th Bonus Entry: +1 Entry if you vote for this blog in Top Mommy Blogs (link on the right sidebar) and leave a comment back here

So, five chances to win. Good luck!!

Contest Ends: May 15

Shawnee's Rating: 4 out of a possible 5

Disclosure of Material Connection:
I received this book free from Storey Publishing as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


Linda Ruthie said...

Hi Shawnee! I'm fist? Let's see. From what you've shown, the sewing kit would be the first thing I would like to make. I love how it holds the thread spools. It would make a great gift.
I follow you here and on Flirty Apron Swap. And I just cast my vote for your blog on topmommyblogs.
This book sure would come in handy as I also tend to buy a yard of fabric when I find something I love but don't know what I'm going to make. Thanks for a chance (or is it 4 chances?) to win this book.

Linda Ruthie said...

I knew I would forget something! My email is

Terra Jones said...

I love that banner! SO cute!


terraljones at gmail dot com

Terra Jones said...

I follow your blog


terraljones at gmail dot com

Jacinda said...

Found your blog on the Pioneer Woman's site. Very cute!! I would love to make the Kids Convertible Craft Apron my kids love all that crafty stuff.

Tulsi said...

The lunch bag looks cute.

Tulsi said...

I follow and find the blog so fun.

metaphase said...

Hi! I'd love to make that founcy bag. I was intrigued by your blog b/c my sister's name is Shawnee, too!
metaphase1@yahoo dot com

JBlanton said...

I would like to make the quilted lunch bag- so cute and functional too.

JBlanton said...

following your flirtyapronswap blog- love your aprons!

JBlanton said...

blogged about your awesome giveaway

JBlanton said...

voted for you on top mom blogs

Dorothy said...

I just got a sewing machine! Of course, I'd love to make a cute apron!

Llamabean said...

My love the girl's flouncy bag!
amanda dot haynes at gmail dot com

sandyandcosmo said...

I'd like to make the sewing kit. Thanks for the giveaway!


Dorothy said...

I blogged about the contest too!

Dorothy said...

And I voted for you on the Top Mommy blog.

Anonymous said...

My fav is the quilted lunchbox. My kids and I could use one of those!

rachel euphoria (AT) yahoo (dot) com

sewing_passion said...

It's so hard to choose just one project! - I love bags and I have a new love of aprons! I'd have to go with the Flouncy Bag first and then the Kitschy Kitchen Apron.
I've been wanting this book!
Thanks for the chance to win.

Amy said...

The Quilted Lunch Bag would be a great project for me, as I pack my lunch for work almost every day.

Helena said...

Sounds like a great book. I'd like to make any and all, I love to sew.

Helena said...

I'm a follower.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to try making that organizer shown on the cover.


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