Wednesday Giveaway Winner – Pam Wilkerson!

Applique Stitchery by Jean Ray Laurie is one of my all-time favorite books. It was published in 1966 and it is a delightful reflection of the time then—and it is still relevant today. The book is out of print, but Judy Fine had a spare copy and she gave it to me to share with one of you! The random number generator has chosen Pam Wilkerson to receive this book for her collection!

I showed this book in the Time Out below…

I’ll be back with another Giveaway next Wednesday. Until then you can shop for all sorts of sewing notions, books, and other fun stuff at!

137 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway Winner – Pam Wilkerson!

  1. I attended a four-day workshop taught by Jean Ray Laury back in the 80’s. She was a delight! Whoever wins this giveaway will be fortunate, indeed!


  2. I do a LOT of applique both cotton and wool. It would be a treasure that I would enjoy. Thanks for the opportunity to have it. By the way, it was published the year I graduated high school.

    Have a great week!


  3. This looks like a wonderful book to add to my appliqué collection. The front cover leads me to believe there are some very innovative ideas and designs inside the covers of this book. Very interesting!


  4. I’m very new to applique and this would be a great resource! Thank you for all your great videos, I’ve learned so much!


  5. This looks like a very user friendly book. It would be nice if it ever was reprinted for everyone who has expressed an interest in it. Count me in!


  6. I’m currently working on Barnyard Birds. What a fun pattern. Needle turn applique is my favorite technique. Keep up the good work.


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