Stitch-By-Stitch Book & $25 Gift Certificate to Whipstitch

You’ve heard me rave about Whipstitch. It’s the fun fabric store I like to shop. And you’ve probably heard me talk about Deborah, the owner of Whipstitch, who just came out with a book, Stitch by Stitch. She is wonderful. And the book is amazing.

Stitch by Stitch: Learning to Sew, One Project at a Time is a book for seamstress at any level, especially beginners. Deborah did a great job talking about the basics of sewing – supplies, sewing machine parts, how tos, types of fabrics, types of stitches and so much more. Then the rest of the book is chapters after chapters of sewing projects with a CD of printable patterns. And it really is learning to sew one project at a time. The sewing projects get harder as you go to the later chapters of the book. And Deborah does a fabulous job teaching and explaining new concepts in each chapter. Even if you are an experienced seamstress, this book is great for referencing and the projects in the latter part of the book is more advanced.

And then there’s Whipstitch. It’s not just a store. It’s a fabric and sewing boutique. It’s all the fun and gorgeous fabric that you can’t find at craft stores. And even if you are not in the Atlanta area, where Whipstitch is located, you can still shop all their fabrics online on their online store. They also provide a variety of classes for children, teens and adults. If you do stop by the boutique, you will have to say hello to Deborah and all the other lovely ladies who work there. They will answer all your sewing questions and provide the best customer service on the planet.

The Giveaway Prize

One winner will received 1 Stitch by Stitch book plus a $25 gift certificate to Whipstitch redeemable in the local store in Atlanta or Whipstitch online store. Um, how perfect is that?! You get Deborah’s book full of great sewing projects and patterns and you get money for fabric to start on those projects. Simply amazing.

To Enter

Do ANY of the following. For multiple entries, do more than one and make sure you leave a separate comment for each entry. Each option below provides only one entry for a total of 4 entries per person if you do them all. The giveaway ends Thursday, December 9 at 10 p.m. EST. This giveaway is for only those living in the U.S.

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  1. Simply leave a comment and tell me about your current or your next sewing project. (1 entry)
  2. Go to Whipstitch online store, look around then tell me how you would spend the $25 gift certificate. (1 entry)
  3. Blog about this giveaway. Then leave a link to your post in a separate comment. (1 entry)
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This is just one of many giveaways this week. More coming today and tomorrow! Don’t forget to enter the giveaways going on now…

186 Responses to “Stitch-By-Stitch Book & $25 Gift Certificate to Whipstitch”

  • Kristina

    So much to choose from in their online store! I would probably pick the Michael Miller knits that I have had my eye on!

  • Holly

    I’ve learned to sew primarily by tutorials found online. I have not learned to sew the traditional way, but a book with references and correct terminology would be useful!

  • karen

    My next sewing project is the can can skirt by Dana over at Made. I’m making it for my little niece for Christmas!

  • joanne

    Both my daughters would love this book. It was be great to work as a family on this.

  • Kris

    I am making pillows, aprons, clutches, and scarves for gifts this holiday. i am not a beginner sewer, but I am self taught. i could really use this book. thanks for the giveaway!

  • Amanda

    This book looks perfect for me. I love using these beautiful prints to mix and match….I don’t have a daughter, so I have these precious dresses in my closet that I end up giving away, because the fabric just WANTS to be a sweet dress….I can’t resist it! Need to broaden my projects to something I could actually use and enjoy….thanks! PS Whipstitch looks AB FAB!!!!!

  • Amanda

    oops….my next project is to be a fancy fun apron with matching dishtowels for my sweet mom. Fingers crossed!!!! Cheers! Amanda

  • karen

    I’m trying to sew some doll dresses for my girls for christmas !

  • Janelle

    I’m about to start making a couple of “wall-pockets” for my boys’ bedsides. So they can read in bed without throwing the books on the floor when they are done!

  • Janelle

    Definitely some yummy fabric but it would take me a LONG time to pick my favorites!

  • Kara

    I would spend the $25 on some of their Heather Bailey laminated prints – yum!

  • Kelly Irene

    After seeing this book on here a few months ago, I recommended it to a friend who is just starting out and she loves it. I took a look and see plenty of projects I would like to try as well! I would probably spend teh $25 on some of the Metro Cafe prints…I like those a lot!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Kelly Irene

    I am currently working of finishing my last two Christmas gifts: napkins for my granny and a bag for my mom. After that I have some quilts I want to make!

  • Amber F.

    I’m sewing lots of gifts for Christmas. Next up is a play purse for a 3 year old! Thanks for a chance to win this book!

  • Amber F.

    I checked out the online store & I wish I could overcome my fear of buying fabric online, so I would get some patterns if I won! I like the look of The Liverpool shirt by Amy Butler! Thanks again 🙂

  • Mary Thomas

    I’ve been making I-spy games like crazy for my nieces and nephews for the holidays!

  • Mary Thomas

    I’ve had my eye on some fabric for the lining of a raincoat (Amy Butler pattern I bought at Whipstitch) – I just picked up the laminated cotton there too, so I would definitely buy some lining!

  • Amanda

    I am working on my second quilt. An I-spy for my kids.

  • Amanda

    I love the knit bundles. and I would proly get some prints I’ve been wating like dr seuss and and the measuring tape.