Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Sewing Studio - Can I borrow a cup of Sugar Daddy??

HHHmmm.... Can I, can I PLEASE!!  I have just spent the last couple hours fawning over Liberty Love an upcoming release by my friend Alexia Marcelle Abegg and "now" I need a BaZillion Bucks to buy my weight in Liberty of London Fabrics and at least 6 months off of being responsible to make every project in this book!  Dang... this is seriously one slick publication... I'm all worked up and I'm not even reading one of Shelly's suggested man candy books!!  LOL

Besides the fact that you're constantly drooling at the images on each page of this book ( from art work to projects!)... my favorite part of this book is that Alexia actually explains the Liberty Art collection concepts, Pairing your Tana Lawn with other fabrics, and shares tips for how to work with Liberty of London fabrics!!  I'll even admit to being hesitant of my skills to attempt sewing with possibly, the most"luscious/ silky fabrics in the industry" !!!  Let alone...  purchasing large amounts of them... for big dollars... for any big projects... well, until NOW!!... hahaha..  Very, very clever book!!  :D








I only wish I had the authority to show you MORE!!  Because, i will admit my most favorite projects are not pictured!!  ( wink,wink )  pst... YOU can totally preorder this Delicious book now and stock up on Liberty of London Fabrics here... or send your wish list to Sugar Daddy Santa... straight away!!  hahahaa!!!

If you want though... you can enter HERE!!  to hopefully WIN a COPY!!!  EEEeeeekKK!! 
( a Hard copy for an USA winner or a eBook copy for an International friend!! )


My GIVEAWAY rules are always SUPER simple...
- Leave a comment!!  I'd love to hear from you all... 
- Leave a way of getting a hold of you!!
- And I will Choose a winner December 3rd at 9:30pm PST.

(if I am unable to reach you by your contact information by December 6th, 
Please... understand I will choose another winner!!)




108 comments:

  1. Well I am loving the preview - I can't wait to see the book - I hope you pick me - I already have my own sugar daddy (going on 26 yrs of wedded bliss).

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  2. I love the picnic quilt that you can see in the book cover! I'd love to win a copy of the book but first numbers never win, do they? haha Thank you very much for sharing this book and for the chance to win!

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  3. Well I love the preview of the book - I can't wait to see more - I hope you pick me - I already have my own sugar daddy (going on 26 yrs of wedded bliss).

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  4. I don't think that Sugar Daddy Santa wants to get me another book, but I'll try! I am on the naughty list right now!

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  5. Oh my what a pretty preview of yummy projects. Please throw me into the pot, fingers crossed. thk

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  6. The preview looks great and love the fabrics! Thanks for the chance!!

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  7. This looks a great book - I'll have to find a sugar daddy!!!

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  8. What a beautiful book! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  9. I can't wait to see this book. I just put it on my wishlist so maybe Santa will hook me up. Maybe he will bring me some liberty fabrics too. I have been pretty good this year...

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  10. Thanks for the chance to win the book! I'm biding my time for the perfect opportunity to buy a little Liberty fabric (namely when I have some extra money on hand). wonderlandbyalyce(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. I want thatttt!!! Throw my name down ;0

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  12. Thanks for the chance to win! I am holding my breath for the day when I too can claim some little snippet of Liberty fabric for my own. wonderlandbyalyce(at)gmail(dot)com

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  13. I don't own any liberty - budget constraints and then knowing that it would sit there unused because I wouldn't want to ruin it. Le sigh.

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  14. Looks like a very nice book. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Tammy
    tmabry at jne bk dot com

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  15. I haven't been a huge Liberty fan, but seeing this book might change my mind. I love those quilts

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  16. I love Alexia's work and this book looks divine! please count me in the drawing.

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  17. whoa. I have a few Liberty fabrics that I'm hoarding (no! uh, hanging on to for the perfect project...) for this past year, and I'm looking for some excuses to break out of my own headspace and start sewing.

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  18. I have been seeing lots of Liberty fabrics on blogs the last year or so. Makes me wish for the same things you wished for. The book would be a start, right?

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  19. So excited about this book based on the preview! Those iPad cases with use Echino prints (or Echino looking?) with the LoL! Eeee!

    manda_marie82(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  20. Those projects look amazing! I guess I'll just have to dream about the fabric, though!

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  21. What a great sneak peek inside this book - I definitely want to see more!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. Could use a sugar daddy AND the book! =)

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  23. Oh, I am already totally curious about the other projects that are your favorites. The ones shown are absolutely adorable!!!

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  24. Love, love, LOVE Liberty fabrics! :)

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  25. I feel the same way! I love Liberty fabric, but have yet to buy any... someday I will start a collection :)

    This book looks great, thanks for a chance to win.

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  26. just from the few project you've shown this is definitely a book full of promise... can't wait to see it in person!

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  27. Thanks for the amazing giveaway! :)

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  28. I love Alexia's style! Looks like a great book.

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  29. It looks like an amazing book. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  30. I love Liberty! suzieqstewart@gmail.com

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  31. Thank you for sharing the chance to win this beautiful book.

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  32. Wow! It looks amazing!!! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  33. I would love to win this book. Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  34. Oooh, I've been waiting for this book forever -- so glad to see a glimpse of it here!

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  35. This looks like a great book! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. This book looks wonderful. I have been in love with Liberty of London fabrics for some time. I just cant decide how to use them.
    Maybe this will inspire me.
    Jan

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  37. I love the combination of Liberty and Echino fabrics - thank you for showing this photo!

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  38. I've never sewn with Liberty of London fabrics but have heard so many good things about them. I'd love to win a copy of this book!! Thanks so much for a chance!!

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  39. Please count me in, would love to win!

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  40. I've never yet sewn with Liberty. This book makes it all the more tempting!

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  41. Thanks for the intro to this yummy book. Can't wait for it to hit the shelves. Would be flattered and oh so happy if I would win it! Could fast become my new 'happy book'.

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  42. EEEEp! Totally sign me up. Liberty lover.

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  43. Thanks for the chance to win!

    mindingmomma(at)aol(dot)com

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  44. this book looks amazing. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway.

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  45. Gorgeous projects! I am drooling over that bag!
    charmaboutyou(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. Such a yummy book and such yummy fabric. Thanks for hooking us up!

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  47. What a great giveaway - the book looks fabulous and I can't wait to find out what your favorites are!!

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  48. Love this book! Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  49. Please pick me! Please!

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  50. Looks awesome! (Does it come with fabric? :):) )


    What is that pink poodle fabric in the bottom picture? Must know!


    samantha at patterncrush dotcom

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  51. Wow a book of eye popping projects in lovely fabrics! Who wouldn't want a copy of that one!
    Thanks for the opportunity to see inside the cover!

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  52. What a way to start December....Thanks for the chance to win..read your blog all the time...
    larsenmaxine@yahoo.com

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  53. This could be a dangeous win! Needledd at gmail dot com

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  54. Looks very inspiring, can't wait to see it in person.

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  55. Would never be able to afford the fabric but would be fun to see what I could make. A girl can dream.

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  56. I love your blog and Liberty fabrics! The book looks fantastic.

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  57. I love that little ipad holder project. Great pairing of fabrics! I'm sure the book is awesome!

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  58. Gorgeous looking book - that will certainly be on my Christmas list!

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  59. This book looks amazing! If I don't end up winning I will definitely add this to my wishlist!

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  60. Much like you I have always loved the liberty of London prints since I first saw them. I've been scared to start a project and have it not quite right. This book would be perfect for winter break :)

    Spolgar89 at gmail dot com

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  61. I've loved Liberty fabrics since my first trip to England. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  62. AWesome! I really like that scalloped quilt!

    Enigmatic_15 at yahoo dot com

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  63. looks like a beautiful book! I love Alexia's designs, and Liberty is always pretty.

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  64. Shows you how long I've been away, I didn't even know you all had co-op'd together! Was taking a few minutes before work to catch up on my reader. Looks like a perfectly lovely book with projects that I would actually want to know how to do. I like that little case and the scallops quilt. Random information? My first in person look at Liberty fabrics was at a clothing store in Cairo.

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  65. The book looks fabulous, thank you for a chance to win.

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  66. Love sewing with Liberty Fabrics and will be in a sugar coma from reading teh sweetness of the wonderful book. Loved the preview pics which were amazing and I cannot wait to see the rest when you pick me randomly - Wink! Wink!

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  67. It looks like an interesting book. Hope I win it ;-) stitchedtog(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  68. What a beautiful book thank you for sharing such lovely pictures an inspiring wonderful ideas! My email is georgiabrungs(at)gmail(dot)com

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  69. What A lovely book and giveaway! Thank you for sharing this beautiful book and inspiring ideas! Georgiabrungs (at) gmail (dot) com

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  70. Thanks for the chance! Elmiller33(at)gmail(dot)com

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  71. This book loos amazing! Those projects are gorgeous!

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  72. I love the fabrics! Thanks for the preview! Thanks for the chance!!

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  73. Hmm would love to have this. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  74. Wooooo, that was a tantalizing peek! Feel free to pick me.

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  75. wow! i'd love to win it! :)

    mrsrachelsbooth{at}gmail{dot}com

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  76. So excited! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  77. OMG Cutest book ever! My Name Day is on the 1st of December and I would love to get that for a present! Go ahead and ask me what a Name Day is?!
    Natalia

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  78. Is a winning lottery ticket included in the win! :)

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  79. This looks like a beautifully photographed book. You've piqued my interest! :) Thanks for the chance to win.

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  80. Ivana
    Thank you for the oportunity!!!Lovely book
    ivana.tvrdonova@post.cz

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  81. I LOVE Liberty of London Fabric, I have tried to find some thing that even comes close to how soft and smooth the fabric feels but is not as expensive...no luck. I would love to see more of the projects in this book and how they use the very expensice fabric.

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  82. Oh so fun. I would love to win this. Is your favorite project something you worked on? :)
    Ellisonlane at gmail dot com

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  83. HI! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    SOUNDS SO NEAT!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  84. I am really looking forward to seeing this - but yes - I think it will induce even more liberty lust!

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  85. If these aren't even your faves, I can't wait to see the rest! Fab giveaway!

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  86. What eye candy! It's already hard enough to resist liberty fabric! Thanks for the chance!

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  87. You are so stinkin hilarious!! Ha ha!! This book does look really awesome though and now having met Alexia, she's just a sweetie so I'm sure her book is SO good!!

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  88. This looks awesome. I will admit to being afraid of screwing up while sewing with Liberty, so I'm working up the nerve to actually buy some and then, actually cut into it. *gasp* Thanks for the chance to win the book.

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  89. Love that term - Liberty Lust! What a fun book this would be. Love the fabric with the eyeglasses.

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  90. I just adore Liberty! Thankyou for the review and giveaway!

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  91. I have some Liberty fabric on my Christmas list this year. I have never worked with it before! I hope Santa is generous this year. :)

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  92. The book look great! thanks lisaursino@msn.com

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  93. Everything in this book looks sooooo yummy.

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  94. What a lovely book. By the way I thought your magnetic needle keepers were very clever.

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  95. Looks like a great book and your needle keeper is awesome!

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  96. This is the first I have seen of this book - shows you how much I check online... Great preview, thank you!

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  97. Would love this book! Not sure which I like more ....fabric or books :)
    shirleyrud@hotmail.com

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  98. Thanks for the great contest!

    mslilyk@hotmail.com

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  99. What a gorgeous book with beautiful photography and inspiration.

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  100. I would ever so much like to quilt, applique, wrap everything around me in Liberty prints. I would like to stick my nose in this book and only peek out occasionally to sip my tea and admire my Liberty-filled surroundings. But I would be satisfied to just have the book (and the tea) for the time being.

    That seems doable.

    Thank you so much! X meg
    3rdmargaret at gmail dot com

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