CraftSanity Podcast Episode 132: Conversations with ‘Little One-Yard Wonders’ authors Rebecca Yaker and Trish Hoskins

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  1. Marci Ellsworth says:

    I would love to be able to sew toys for kids. I adored my stuffed animals (still do) and love to make things for children.

  2. Sandy Geisert says:

    I like to make tote bags and would like to try making stuffed toys.

  3. kelli says:

    I would like to sew a picnic blanket this summer. Mostly, I sew small projects, so I’m ready for something larger.

  4. shirley says:

    want to try the underwear…..have lots of knit pieces that should be just the right size……

    thanx for the opportunity…..

  5. Kim says:

    Would love this book!! Love sewing for my kids and who wouldn’t like homemade undies.

  6. Kimi says:

    My grandbabies are 1-year-old twins…a boy & a girl. Would love to sew many of the projects for them. Thanks for the chance to win!

  7. Julie says:

    I love to make baby quilts and little stuffed dolls to go with them. Thanks for the chance at a great giveaway:)

  8. Jacqueline says:

    Would love a copy of this book! I’m just starting to get back into sewing again and would love to make some plushies for my kids.

  9. Ginger says:

    I’d love to learn how to sew kitchen curtains

  10. Natalie F says:

    I would really like to learn to make purses and tote bags, more advanced then what I make now. I am a beginner.

  11. auschick says:

    I love to sew children’s clothing!

  12. monica green says:

    i have tried to sew one t-shirt for my son, but it turns out failure. how I wish I can succeed….

  13. Amy says:

    I used to sew PJ’s for my boys when they were little. Now that they are 16 & 19, maybe they would like some mister briefs. This book sounds fun.

  14. Sandy says:

    I like to sew lap quilts and costumes for my granddaughter.

  15. gina says:

    Having tried various ways of securing at-home work since before widowed, & without success, it has dawned on me that I need to create something, rather than ask for “already-there” work.
    Being crafty, something like this might be the way to go to supplement Social Security.

    Love your column each week … we make sure Ma doesn’t forget to let us have it after she’s done with her paper. ;)


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