This giveaway is for a hard copy book entitled “Learn to Do Tunisian Lace Stitches” by Kim Guzman.That’s me! Because this is one of my books, I’ll be signing it for the lucky winner. Below, you’ll see the lovely cover design. Such a gorgeous design.
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I’m including some photos of my favorite projects in the book.
My favorite has to be this beautiful little capelette. It looks so pretty all spread out like this.
The book is discontinued and no longer being published which is really too bad because it’s one of my favorite books. It comes with a DVD so you can learn all the stitches quickly and easily. You don’t have to be online and can watch the DVD anywhere. If you can’t wait for the drawing, I was able to find used copies of the book on Amazon for under $10 and you may find them at other resellers too. I can’t guarantee that they’ll have the DVD in them, though. You never know when buying used books.
Open worldwide only where allowed by law. Void where prohibited.
This giveaway is only for a hard copy book entitled “Learn to Do Tunisian Lace Stitches” by Kim Guzman (including accompanying DVD).
One name will be chosen randomly from all names entered prior to close at 11:59pm (CST) on September 10, 2018. Sign in through Facebook or with your email address to enter. Choose any of the other options for additional entries, including a daily bonus entry. Good luck, everyone!
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Winners are notified by email. Unclaimed prizes will be reposted in future giveaways.
Enjoy and good luck in the drawing!
Prior giveaways and the winners can be viewed HERE.
Many of you have written to me to ask how you can help support CrochetKim. A Patreon account was suggested but I thought it would be better to provide ad-free PDFs of my patterns so you would get something in return. I'm steadily working on adding PDFs to all my patterns and I've also made this compilation available at a discounted price. You can, of course, view, print, paste to a word processor, convert to PDF, etc. on your own. This is just an extra feature so that people help out, if they want. Thank you to all of you for your overwhelming support and kindness these many years. Enjoy!