My cool friend, Jake Finch of Generation Q Magazine, called and asked me to be a part of her book about swaps. To be honest, I had never been part of a swap (that’s when a sewing guild hosts an event for people to exchange sewn gifts). So I just made what I was into in that moment: EYE PILLOWS! I embroidered “i am enough” right onto one and voila! Instant awesomeness–a calming and grounding lavender eye pillow that also reminds us of the truth: that we are enough just as we are.
THREE Lucky winners will receive a copy of this fun book! US winners will receive a print copy of the book. International winners will receive a digital download.)
|My page in the book…|
How does this giveaway work? Comment on the original Generation Q Stitch ‘N Swap here post letting us know if you’ve ever participated in a swap and the coolest thing you’ve ever gotten in a swap. That’s it! (All winners will be chosen from the Generation Q Magazine post Wednesday May 7th and posted Thursday May 8th.) Check out the other cool designers participating:
4/29 week 2 Vicki Tymczyszyn, Carrie Bloomston, Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Rose Hughes, Heather Jones, Tracy Mooney, Elaine Wong Haselhuhn
5/6 week 3 Scott Hansen, Karen Cunagin, Michelle Freedman, Linda Hansen, Kevin Kosbab, Melissa Peda
looks like a great thing for the libaray
I am in the middle of a swap right now- minis. I know what I am going to do, I just need to get it done!
Oh my stars, I adore your embroidery!! “reminds us of the truth: that we are enough just as we are”
High five, hugs and whatever the symbolism du jour for agreement is today. 🙂
~ Christina in… Cleveland… for now. 🙂