Giveaway: Doodle Stitching: Embroidery & Beyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, Sashiko & More


Aimee Ray has just released her newest embroidery book, Doodle Stitching: Embroidery & Beyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, Sashiko & More, and we can’t wait to tell you all about it. Inside you’ll find gorgeous patterns and step-by-step instructions to show you how to turn her stunning doodles into embroidered keepsakes. The Canvas Cuckoo Clock is a personal favorite for hanging in your home, but the messenger bag detail is a great way to give an old bag a new look. Hear more about Aimee Ray’s newest release…

A sequel to Aimee Ray’s first two Doodle-Stitching books, Doodle Stitching: Embroidery & Beyond includes more involved embroidery techniques paired with more detailed designs. Easily accessible to people with a little stitching experience (or adventurous beginners!), Doodle Stitching: Embroidery & Beyond covers a variety of stitching techniques that are updated with Aimee’s fresh, fun Doodle-Stitching style: couching, whipped stitches, crewel, stumpwork, applique, Shisha, cutwork, redwork, and more! Twenty-two projects, including a Canvas Cuckoo Clock, Fair Isle Doll Skirt, Messenger Bag, and Babushka Doll explore applications for each technique.

Find out how to enter for the chance to win a copy of Doodle Stitching: Embroidery & Beyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, Sashiko & More after the jump…

To enter for the chance to win a copy of Doodle Stitching: Embroidery & Beyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, Sashiko & More tell us something you’d love to embroider. For additional entries tweet, stumble, or share the giveaway on Facebook and leave a comment each time. Come back and leave a comment every day from now until April 23rd at midnight. We will announce the winner here on Prudent Baby.

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Julie

i have embroidered pillows for each of my kids to sleep with, and my youngest is two and doesn’t have hers yet!

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Carmen

I want to take some fabric I inherited from my aunt and make embroidered notebooks for family.

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Mary Mac

I would embroider on a piece of vintage material to put on a handmade mothers day card.

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Nancy

I have a Kaffe Fasset design roll, and I want to make a strip quilt, then embroider a tree branch and birds on it.

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Emily

I’d love to embroider a cuckoo clock or a penny farthing (aka pentacyle). 🙂

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