Monday, November 17, 2008

Holiday Gift Giving Top Ten Countdown...#8 BOOKS!!!

Why not give a certain crafty someone a killer book this year?

I work here and I'm coveting most of these books!

And I think you'll agree: we've got all the best new titles.

For the beginning seamstress: Seams to Me by Anna Maria Horner has a very extensive "basic sewing knowledge" section.

For those with petit bebes: Amy Butler's Little Stitches for Little Ones is a no-brainer.

For someone who's into "living the crafty lifelstyle" you cannot beat The Gentle Art of Domesticity by Jane Brockett. Plus this book would be great even for someone who didn't sew. Plus it's just eye-candy. Plus it would be great for anyone on your list named Rhea. Hint, hint... wink, wink... nudge, nudge... say no more.

See you soon with lucky number 7!




Iris E. said...

Oh please, don't tempt me with books. This sewing thing will be a whole new section in my crafty library! I loved your display in the store of all that yumminess.

I was screaming by on Rt. 1 today on my way to and from a doctor's appt. for my 10 year-old, and wished I could stop in!

Finally, I am contemplating the Turning 20 Quilt, as I mentioned in my post. Weighing the benefits of the orangey/browny chunk versus the greeny/bluey ones...Any chance you may have another class to make this again? Or will I have to *gulp* go it alone?!


Rhea Butler said...

Hey Iris!

I teach Turning 20 every three months and the next class starts in mid February. If that fits into your schedule, I would looove to have you in a class!