Thankfully, Never Been Stitched by Amanda Carestio showed up at my door. This book, filled with 45 no or low-sew projects is a great way to chip away at the winter doldrums.
Some of the other projects use items like fusible webbing, grommets, and wood embroidery hoops. There are a few projects geared toward kids, like the Fleece Octopus and Felt Pencil Roll, which would be great for making with my son on a weekend afternoon.
I like that this book is a collaborative effort which includes projects from bloggers; it's interesting to see different styles and approaches to crafts within the same book. The best part about Never Been Stitched is that it's a great way to quench my artistic craving when I'm bored and looking for a quick fix.
BONUS: Lark Crafts is generously sharing three downloadable projects for free via their website,
WIN IT!One lucky reader will win a copy of Never Been Stitched!
Lark Crafts. Winner will be chosen on February 22nd, and I'll email the winner. Share the giveaway via Twitter tagging @LarkCrafts for an extra entry, and leave me the link to your tweet.
UPDATE: WINNER is #2, Linda.
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for review. All opinions are my own.