What can I say? It's classy.
And the winners are ...
It's been ages since I had a giveaway ... but that's about to change!
Oh, Ann Budd, never change. You and your crack team of designer friends/accomplices never cease to amaze.
The author writes, "For this book, I have selected my absolute favorite motifs from the many I have drawn. As I hope you'll agree, they are imaginative and full of personality and range from tiny, superquick embroideries to large, intricate designs that may take a day or so to embroider."
I love this series. I hope Joanna and Eric never stop.
Coloring books are all the rage, and there's no doubt why. They're fun, they're creative ... and isn't it nice to play with things other than yarn once in a while?
Who wouldn't want a flock of these for Christmas--especially when they're not only adorable, but charitable at the same time!
This is the kind of book you want to climb inside because everybody looks so happy and cozy.
"Drawn to slow fashion, I appreciate clothing that stands the test of time, both in quality and design."
The book's vision is clear, and the back of the book says it best: combining the beauty of the high desert with a sense of play and adventure.
The first sentence of this book resonated for me right away:
“One of the things I love most about knitting is the endless opportunity for learning.”
This is a beautiful coloring book--a far cry from the kind I scrawled in when I was a kid.
I love Romi's designs and have more than one of her shawls in my collection, so I was very excited when I heard about this new book of hers.