Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Growing Up Sew Liberated Blog Tour: review and giveaway!

Growing Up Sew Liberated is hot off the press, and I couldn't be more excited to be a stop on the blog tour. I remember the day when author, Meg McElwee, first announced that she was writing a book about sewing thoughtful children's clothes, that respected a small body's need for independence and total comfort. I recall thinking what a perfect concept to focus an entire book on. That could be incredible. And it is! INCREDIBLE! Congratulations Meg! She has merged her early childhood education background, with her pattern making skills and mothering experience to produce a book that is filled with gorgeous clothing destined to become your child's favorites...
 and delightful play items that will really, truly be used... and loved. 
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My little you know who has already put in a request for the hideaway play tent on the book cover and the little amigo doll that comes with patterns for clothing and a papoose (see the top photo). Someday soon, I hope.

Meg divided the book into sections to match the rhythm of the day for a small child:
  • greeting the morning
  • bread sharing & homemaking
  • inside play
  • outside  play
  • goodnight,sleep tight
Woven throughout the 20+ sewing projects are thoughts and gentle reminders about how to help children to gain a sense of independence and self worth through involving them in their world by "learning through everyday tasks". An embroidered placemat is so much more then a place setting  "it provides a guide to help the toddler remember what has not been retrieved from the cabinet". Because even a tiny person can set the table... given the right tools.
Meg and I share so much: an appreciation for the Montessori approach, a delight in Waldorf traditions and aesthetics, a desire to create peaceful and enriching environments for our family, and well there's that love for sewing, too. This book was destined to become one of my favorites, but I'm pretty sure it will be one of yours, as well. As with Meg's first book, Sew Liberated, the instructions and patterns are always straightforward so even if you don't have lots of sewing experience you can go forth with confidence.
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 Stretchy, soft knits are what my children have always been drawn too... most kids are. So, I was so happy to see lots of designs incorporating this kid approved fabric without the need for sergers or fancy equipment. My only peeve about  is that my kids are too big for the clothing. That is the nature of mothering... we can't make them stop growing, can we? The sizing targets the 5 and under crowd. Luckily there are always babies needing gifts, right?
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My half sister has twins turning one this month, so they were an easy inspiration. I loved these All By Myself Bibs. Older babies can't unsnap it or whip them off (as they are prone to do,) and a toddler can slip it on all by them self. Every one year old needs a couple for their birthday, no? Added bonus, they sew up quickly, so making multiples isn't daunting. I used a thick interlock polo shirt in extra large from the thrift store for both. I didn't have the"called for" ribbed jersey for the binding strips, but the instructions said I could substitute jersey... although it might not be as stretchy. We tested it over a 6 year old's big head and no problem. Yay!
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 My birth father (the twins' grandpa/abuelo) gave me a little bird printed t-shirt on my 5th birthday. It was a favorite I remember well. I thought it fitting to print one of my own birds on at least one of these bibs. The little blue bee wanted to land on the other. Now they are both flying over the ocean to Puerto Rico and two birthday babes.
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So, "yes" you say... sounds great and sign me up! If you leave a comment in this post, you'll be entered into the random drawing to win a free copy of Growing Up Sew Liberated. Please make sure you leave your email if it's not linked through blogger. Comments will close Friday at 9PM EST, and I'll announce the winner on Saturday. Good luck!  Comments are now closed.
Congratulations goes to:
jill said...
the book looks so wonderful! what a great prize to win. thanks
 I will contact you to get your mailing info.


 For everyone else, don't forget:
In addition, Meg is offering my readers 20% discount to anything in her shop (including her books) through June 23. Use the coupon code: MayaMade.

Here are the rest of the Blog Tour dates if you'd like to read more about the book and author:
6/6         elsiemarley.com
6/7         made-by-rae.com
6/8         artfulparent.typepad.com
6/9         rhythmofthehomeblog.com
6/10       uncommongrace.typepad.com
6/13       simplehomeschool.net
6/14       BurdaStyle.com
6/15       mayamade.blogspot.com
6/16       blairpeter.typepad.com
6/17       jchandmade.typepad.com
6/20       frontierdreams.blogspot.com
6/21       dana-made-it.com Pin It

232 comments:

  1. I love what you printed on those.. they turned out lovely :)

    This book looks so inspiring!

    pulchrabliss(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  2. yes, please enter me in your fabulous giveaway ~ thank you !!!

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  3. I always look forward to your giveaways more than any other blog's.

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  4. I have been so looking forward to this book...and I love the bee on your bib!

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  5. Oh! Your bibs are so sweet!
    Please count me in for the giveaway!

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  6. Lovely stuff - my laddies would die for that teepee!

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  7. Agreed - the bibs are adorable and the book looks amazing.

    bowmanrach@gmail.com

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  8. What an amazing book! I have to get my hands on it one way or another!

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  9. this looks fantastic! thanks for the post.

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  10. I love this book and have been following the tour. So hopeing to get to try it out. Thanks
    Your bibs are so cute love the bird.
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  11. I would love this book--it's worth it for the Waldorf doll pattern! Lovely!
    Amy
    ajh15@hotmail.com

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  12. Looks like a great book! Love the bibs too, what a good idea!!

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  13. please enter me in the giveaway, and the bibs you made are adorable.

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  14. This book looks great! I am excited to check it out. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Amber J
    Email: jewel51@hotmail.com

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  15. She makes amazing things! Some of the dolls and doll-quilts she has made are just stunning. Putting her patterns in a book is just a treasure trove...thank you!

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  16. This book looks just beautiful!

    Becca

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  17. There are so many little ones in my life right now, including my own. I would love to have this book and sew something for each of them.

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  18. Yes, I agree. Patterns for older children are would bs so great! This book looks inspiring, I'd love a chance to win. Homeofthebudds at gmail dot com.

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  19. hmmm. Yes, please. I'll take one. Looks like a great book.

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  20. I've been following along on the blog tour in hopes of seeing more finished items and I love your bibs. The entire book looks so helpful, and I think a better rhythm with my little ones is just what we need. I need to get my hands on this book!

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  21. I'd love a copy of this book, I've even suggested to my local library that they buy a copy for everyone to enjoy!But I'd still like my own!!

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  22. The bibs are awesome! It looks like a really fun book!

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  23. I've been reading all about this book on other blogs, too, and it sounds fantastic! I would really love to win it. Thank you so much for the chance!
    (And nicely done on the bibs - they look great!).

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  24. your bibs look great. the more projects i see featured on the blog tour, the more i think i need this book! i'd love to win.

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  25. I better get this book soon - I want to make everything I've seen so far for my little one!

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  26. i actually found your blog through hers over a year ago and have been following you since. i love both your blogs!

    meg's son is only 3 months younger than my daughter so it's been nice to gain a lot of inspiration from her posts.

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  27. Thank you for the excellent review and giveaway offer Maya!
    I will be most definitely looking for this book!
    Your bibs turned out beautiful, as usual....you never have any 'flops' do you!?!
    Love this blog tour idea! Can't wait for the others!
    ~ joey ~

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  28. Great projects! I'd love to try some. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  29. I love those bibs! Thais for the chance to win.

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  30. The book looks super interesting! Would love to win a copy, I'll keep my fingers crossed

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  31. Ooh how I'd love to win that book. So many great things! Everything looks lovely!

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  32. i'm so excited for this book! love your bibs!

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  33. Oh my....I'm loving this book!!

    morn12night (at) gmail (dot) com

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  34. I love all of your book reviews...I just bought the Craft Hope book you featured a while back!

    This looks like another winner

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  35. love the stamps on the bibs. so cute!

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  36. Please count me in ! Love the birdy bib :)

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  37. What a great review, and much-needed book! Making the tee-pee is on my to do list. Thanks for the give away!

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  38. Looks like a great book!!

    berly at uw dot edu

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  39. Love the look of this book :) Would love to get a copy.

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  40. This book sounds fantastic! I wouldn't mind the teepee on the cover for myself, but I'm sure my nieces and nephew would love it, too.

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  41. Amazing--so sweet and inviting. I love the idea of Waldorf/Montessori inspired (it is how we're homeschooling my boys) and the play things especially seem wonderful. Thanks for the drawing!

    Alissa

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  42. This book looks wonderful. Please include me in this giveaway. Thanks!

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  43. This book looks awesome! I love getting ideas and making new things for my little ones!

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  44. This book looks like so much fun!! with great ideas - maybe even I (beginner sewer) could do one or two of the crafts!! LOVE the teepee!!

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  45. This book is in my Amazon cart already...I just haven't pulled the trigger. If I don't win, I'll go get it from Meg's shop instead!

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  46. I love the idea that sewing for children should respect the needs of the child! Hope I am the lucky winner.

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  47. Those projects all look wonderful. I think I might need to get my hands on this book, one way or another!

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  48. Love this book already! Thank you for a lovely giveaway!!!

    lenakosova@yahoo.com

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  49. Oh, I can see see myself and my young son sewing together already. He loves when I sew something for him, anything. Joy.

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  50. Ooh, sign me up - and I just love the bird and bee.

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  51. What sweet little bibs! I've been lovin' seeing all the different project on the blog tour. So much fun to see all the different little touches.

    carrielmcclain @ gmail . com

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  52. This seems to be a lovely book, I want one.

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  53. I so have my eye on this book it just looks like loveliness from cover to cover!!!

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  54. I can't wait to see Meg's new book - it would be even better to win a copy :) As a Montessori Elementary teacher and a mom who took both her kids to Waldorf Morning Garden, I think this book sounds perfect.

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  55. This looks like an amazing book! I can't wait to check it out!

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  56. This looks like such an inspiring book, can't wait to read through the projects and stories!

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  57. Wow, I am so smitten with those wide leg jeans in the pictures above. My little one would do 'em proud! Thank you for the chance to win such inspiration!

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  58. Ooh, gorgeous bibs!

    I love Meg's blog and books. They're great. :)

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  59. Her book looks so great. Crossing my fingers...

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  60. Yes please, I love her first book and this one looks amazing. If I don't win I will get a copy anyway (have a new bundle of joy due in Sept). Fingers crossed!

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  61. Oh I would so love to win a copy! And those bibs are just beautiful.

    cclifton83@gmail.com

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  62. the book looks fantastic, sign me up!
    thanks!

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  63. There is something so delightful about sewing little things for little ones! Thank you!
    amielep{at}gmail{dot}com

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  64. O my, I am sooooo exhited about this book and would love to win. If I don't it will definatly be on my birthday wishing list...

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  65. Those bibs are so sweet (& even match my new birdie tattoo...tehehe).

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  66. the book looks wonderful!!!!
    And the bibs are adorable!
    vonken@casema.nl

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  67. The bibs are WAY TOO CUTE!!! (claudia.poirier@gmail.com)

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  68. please enter me in the giveaway too. i would love to win meg's new book! i've recently discovered your blog, maya, and really love it. hope to visit often.
    keri (keriegilmez@yahoo.com)
    ps - don't think i successfully posted my comment just before, so am trying again

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  69. Looks like a lovely book. My soon-to-be one-year-old would love most of these things, I'm sure.

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  70. This book is on my wish list! Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

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  71. I've heard lots about this book and it looks great! Thanks!

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  72. What a wonderful inspirational giveaway, soon to be a great-aunt and think this book would be perfect for the new wee one to join our family soon!

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  73. so cool, I love Meg's blog and I'm looking forward to having this book!

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  74. How much would I love to win? So much!

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  75. I love the project on the book and even more I will like to read Meg's reflections on childhood and parenting.

    Thanks for the chance, love your work too.

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  76. Very cool. Thanks.

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  77. I just love the tent on the front cover - its just so cute!!! I would love to win this book so much, you have no idea. Please enter me in the giveaway.

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  78. The book looks wonderful! Please enter me in the drawing.

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  79. Love your bibs and would love a copy of this fab book! Thanks for the chance.

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  80. I just found your site and am loving it! I would be so thrilled to win this awesome book. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

    amiller8994@yahoo.com

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  81. This looks like such a sweet book, would love to win! Thanks so much for the chance!

    tingtongandthings(at)gmail(dot)com

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  82. Very much looking forward to Meg's new book!

    steve.lani(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. The things in this book will be so fun to sew for my new grandson!

    sbsford(at)gmail(dot)com

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  84. Oh, how I'd love to get my hands on this book! My husband has actually been bit by the crafting bug recently, and I know he'd jump right in to lots of Meg's awesome projects.

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  85. I've been drooling over this book since its release... I love that it marries adorable, kid-friendly sewing patterns with insights from a thoughtful mama!

    I'm crossing my fingers!

    wavesofgrace5(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  86. your bibs are adorable. I can't wait to get my hands on this book, although I have the same problem as you - my kid is TOO BIG! lots of friends babies to make for though.

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  87. I just love Meg's creations. your bibs are adorable!

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  88. Oh, I love her other one, this looks great. Thanks

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  89. Those bibs are so cute. What I really want is a pair of those PJs in my size!

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  90. This book looks so great, I would love a copy!

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  91. oh those bibs! Want this book badly!

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  92. The bibs look fantastic, and I am sure they will be cherished. I need to buy this book.

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  93. Those projects look awesome!
    Thanks.

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  94. Ooh, I've been so eager to get my hands on this book! Thanks for the chance (and I love your bibs!)

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  95. I would to win, the book looks fantastic and I am sure that just like Meg's blog it will be a wonderful source of inspiration and creativity.

    Email: purplemarz@gmail.com

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  96. I love how the blog tour is giving me a glimpse into all of the projects included in this book - each time it seems that I see something I want to make.

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  97. love the bibs you made - what a great pattern.

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  98. This book looks like a ton of fun for grandparents as well. Thanks for an excellent review and for the chance to win a copy of Meg's well-thought-out book.

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  99. Jennifer @ jenniferlnardi@gmail.comJune 15, 2011 at 9:15 PM

    Thanks for the chance to win a copy of what looks like a great book!

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  100. Love the lovely bibs you made with your silkscreen designs. Yes this is indeed a very inspiring book. SO many projects that I like to make for my little one too.

    sheauchinglee at gmail dot com

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  101. Goodness gracious those bibs are cute! I hope I win!

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  102. Yes please include me! thank you!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  103. Oh yes, love the new book, please enter me in the giveaway! Thanks!
    Hildy
    hildyginsberg@yahoo.com

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  104. I love Sew Liberated! This book looks just as fabulous!! :)

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  105. Oh thanks for the great give away. I'm number 20 on the hold list for my library so I'd love to win a copy.

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  106. I want to make the pjs for my girls!

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  107. Your bibs and this book look fabulous!

    Bmolinario @ me dot com

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  108. Can't wait to read this book and apply it to our home life!

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  109. Um, YES PLEEEEASE!
    I have seen this book floating around blogland, and have wanted to check it out!
    Fabulous giveaway as always.
    ~Michelle
    falafelandthebee@gmail.com

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  110. I'd absolutely LOVE to win! Thank you!

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  111. She is a wonderful seamstress. The book looks really neat, and I LOVE those pants!

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  112. Thanks for the chance! Love the way the bibs turned out. Extra special with your stamp on them!

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  113. This book just looks fantastic!

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  114. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [16 Jun 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  115. sounds like a truly fun and inspiring book!

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  116. We'd love a copy of Meg's book in our house!

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  117. So excited about this book! Can't wait to get my hands on it...
    Becky
    cbsander@msn.com

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  118. adorable bibs! :)
    love the book-I've been watching the reviews in 'blog-land' and enjoyed this one.
    thanks for sharing!

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  119. the bibs are gorgeous! I would love this book, Meg's work is so inspiring, someday my 8 month old will allow me to sew again (hopefully before he's too big for these projects!)

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  120. Oh, I just love the bibs! The whole book looks so inspiring! I would love a copy...thanks for the oppurtunity!

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  121. I love the little numbers on the clothesline. My great granddaughter is learning a lot of things right now and this would be a wonderful thing to help her. Thanks.

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  122. I really hope I'll be lucky :)
    maria from austria

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  123. What a brilliat book. I love the approach she has taken (Probably the educator in me). Totally where my kids are up to right now.
    Love the numbers and the tent!

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  124. Thanks for the chance to win such a lovely looking book!

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  125. love what you made - they look awesome. so does the new book by meg :)
    jo.marks@bigpond.com

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  126. The bibs are lovely! I can't wait for my own copy of this fantastic sounding book!

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  127. This looks such a great book!

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  128. Those bibs are so cool = great job. Would love to get my hands on this book - thanks for the chance to win.

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  130. Love the book ! I can see my Grand daughter in the tent... Thanks for the chance.

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  131. Yes, please enter me in your give away, love your book!

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  132. Hello, just new here via Soulemama, glad I found your beautiful site. This book looks amazing. x

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  133. What beautiful bibs! I love the edging.
    Please enter me in your giveaway - I am drooling over this book!!

    :)

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  134. Oh the bird and bee are just perfect. So fun to make these lovely patterns and then add your own touch. I must confess I've already got the book (just couldn't wait). But please do enter me as I know one sweet mama who would be so grateful to receive this gift.

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  135. Yes! This book has been on my Amazon wishlist since Meg first mentioned it. I would LOVE to win a copy for my very own. Thanks so very much ; )

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  136. Oh, I'm so excited to see this book! Thanks for a lovely giveaway.
    hurrayic (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  137. the book looks so wonderful! what a great prize to win. thanks

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  138. Working on sewing three girls dresses today. Always looking for more ideas! Thanks. Leah
    leeack080969@yahoo.com

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  139. The book looks amazing. Thanks!

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  140. Meg's book looks amazing! I like your bibs too.

    acguevre at yahoo.ca

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  141. Awesome giveaway! I'd love to have this beautiful book! kaseymgm (at) gmail (dot) com

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  142. I love that play tent...how perfect it would be for the summer! Thank you for this giveaway!

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  143. The book looks like a lot of fun, I would love to win a copy.
    sk131991@mac.com

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  144. This book looks wonderful! I would love to win this!

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  145. Meg is an incredibly talented sewist and an inspiring mom. I enjoy her blog immensely, and I've ordered the book as soon as it became available, not just for the patterns but for the mothering advice too. I'd love to win a copy to pass along to one of my friends who's having a baby any day now.

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  146. This book is blowing me away! I've been following the book tour and every review just makes me more and more excited!!

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  147. This book looks really sweet.

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  148. I've had my eye on this book ever since Meg posted preview pics of the projects. I would love to win a copy!

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  149. this book looks wonderful :)

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  150. This book looks great .... I love the tee pee on the front cover and the purple pjs and simple pants. This book will keep me busy!

    margie

    margiedicroce(at)rogers(dot)com

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  151. Your bibs turned out great. Love the bird and your color choices! I am a bit afraid of sewing with knits, and this book sounds like the nudge I need to get over my fear!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  152. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!
    dkaragianes@hotmail.com

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  153. I've recently dusted off my mom's old sewing machine that she handed down to me. This book might just be the inspiration I need!

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  154. This book looks like it is FULL of fabulous ideas! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  155. oooh! love all the projects, and the idea of morning, afternoon, night is just great! happy summer maya!

    ghuntg@hotmail.com

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  156. I actually have the book, so I will leave that to another lucky mama. But I would love to know more about the stamps you used for those *DARLING* bibs you made from the pattern from "Growing Up Sew Liberated."

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  157. Full of goodness- and dreaming of kids!

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  158. The book sounds great and your projects made from the patterns are wonderful!

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  159. Thanks for the giveaway. I loved your version of the bib.

    sarah_bg@rees.ws

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  160. Looks like an amazing book. Thanks for the giveaway.

    a_cracker@hotmail.com

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  161. Meg's work is always so inspiring. I'd love to win a copy of her new book!

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  162. I love, love, love Meg's work. And I love that bluebird. Very sweet.

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  163. what a great book! sewing for children can be such fun, can't wait to get my own copy, maybe i'll win???

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  164. Love Sew Liberated! I would love to have Meg's new book.

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  165. would love a chance to win this darling book!

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  166. The more I see of this book the more excited I get. The bibs are very cute--and a great design! I love how Meg's patterns encourage independence and confidence.

    Not sure if my email appears, so it's emilyhopemc11 at yahoo

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  167. Gorgeous bibs! Gosh, I'd love this book...

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  168. This looks like such a great book! I'm excited to read more of it!

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  169. this would be such a great book to have...thank you for the giveway, and who knows...friday might be my lucky day!
    emawalliser@yahoo.com

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  170. What a beautiful book! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

    Mrs.Kennedy (at) gmail.com

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  171. Oh I am gazing at my little girls (5 & 2) and just imagining the fun in this book! It is so sad that they grow so fast, but I am sure my boys will find something they NEED me to make them in there too! :)

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  172. Those bibs are so beautiful. I'm looking forward to reading this book.

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  173. This is definitely a book that would get used a lot and not be one of those craft books you got only to be disappointed and have it sit on your shelf.This is a book that you could tell I would be using a lot and would love to sit and think about which project I'll make next.The book looks so fun and inspiring!
    reneealam@verizon.net

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  174. Dying to get my hands on a copy of this book! Love Meg's stuff! I'll be crossing my fingers and my toes for a win :)

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  175. Beautiful book, beautiful blog!

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  176. What a great book. I love making things for our granddaughters. Please sign me up for this book.

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  177. I love the look of this book. I love the idea of sewing projects for my children designed by a Montessori teacher. Montessori and sewing are two of my passions - what a perfect combination for a book!

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  178. I'd love to win! So sweet!
    mialucero@gmail.com

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  179. Oh, yes please! I would love to be part of your give-a-way for this book!

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  180. Hello Maya ~ Would love to do some sewing for all of my "wee bairns" at school with Meg's book - thanks for the chance! Nieces and nephews are the best, and I know yours will love to gobble their snacks decked out in their new finery. Just lovely.

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  181. I can't wait to get a hold of this book!

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  182. What a fantastic book with great projects, perfect for all my little ones!

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  183. Love the bibs! Can't wait to give them a try. GREAT giveaway!

    inthegrove5 *at* gmail *dot* com

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  184. I just ordered the book, but am so excited for it! It just shipped today!
    If I win, I plan to give it to one of my favorite people!

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  185. Your bibs are wonderful. I would love a copy of the book as I am welcoming two more great grandchildren next month and have been sewing like crazy for them.

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  186. Beautiful book that looks like it really grows with children. I'd love to get a copy! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  187. What a great idea to use a large thrifted shirt for the bibs! Love Sew Liberated! Can't wait to get this book. Would be a blessing to win it! Thank you!
    jennifer.calfee@gmail.com

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  188. Those bibs are ADORABLE! And thanks for the chance to win the book!
    eileenwalters@msn.com

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  189. This looks so great. Sign me up!

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