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July 22, 2010

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Siri Kaur

This retro sewing book is right up my alley... I've heard that the instructions are pretty clear... and those potholders will make great presents!

Connie

Your potholders look fabulous with those fabrics! I can't wait to get a hold of the book!

Sunny

omg, i LOVE your blog! I would be so incredibly happy and grateful to win this giveaway! I'm obsessed with everything retro (and everything handmade). I desperately want make those potholders - they're too cute!

Deb

I have to make a gift for my sewing guilds Christmas in July and I found your potholders...good thing, as the meeting is tomorrow...guess what I'll be doing today :-). Would love to win your beautiful fabrics and the books. Thanks.

Jilly

Those retro fabric potholders are too cute! I don't think I would want to use them, lest they get all gunky. Anyway, cute and great blog too. Will be back for more.

Lynda

Those retro potholders are great! Love the fabric and would love to win this giveaway.

Nancy Johnston

OMG! The retro colors are the bomb! And who doesn't need beautiful potholders? Cannot wait to see the book and fabrics both.

Will be watching my local stores as well.

Nancy Johnston

Teresa K.

I really want to work on improving my sewing skills and these retro projects look perfect for doing that!

Barbara Hagerty

You saved me! I actually almost bought a pot holder. Bought? How crazy to think of buying something that begs to be handmade! And as far as retro goes, I'm such a retro fabric junkie that my breathing actually changes when I'm in a fabric store that has a great selection. So I will definitely be checking out the Sew Retro and the Sew L.A. blog as well! Thanks!

Renee G

I absolutely love retro --- even better than I did the first time around.
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