On the Third Day of Gifting Krrbie Gave to Thee: A Sewing Handbook from BurdaStyle

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A sewing pattern primer from the international online community.

In the spirit of the holiday season the Krrb community is giving 12 lucky Krrbsters a secondhand, handmade, or locally made gift, as well as $250 cash on the final day.

On the third day of gifting Krrbie gave to thee: A Sewing Handbook from BurdaStyle.

And today’s winner is Ina!!! Be sure to check out Ina’s Krrb corner, her handmade handbags are pretty! And if you’re craving some handsewn items to add to your wardrobe (or even if you’re not), be sure to check out BurdaStyle’s corner.

Happy holidays!

The BurdaStyle Handbook is a hit among the DIY crowd.

About the Prize

The BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook is a great primer with five popular basic patterns for a blouse, skirt, dress, bag, and jacket. Lifelong DIYers, Nora and Alison cover the fundamentals of sewing and include user-adapted customizations for creative inspiration. You can check out BurdaStyle’s Krrb corner to see more sewing goods they have for the holidays.

Who are you and what is your business?
BurdaStyle is the largest DIY fashion and sewing community, with over half a million registered members. Our aim is to bring the craft of sewing to a new generation of fashion designers, hobbyists, DIYers, as well as inspire fashion enthusiasts.

Why this is a great gift and what should the winner do with it?
This book is a comprehensive guide to DIY sewing, from novice to beginner. What better way to begin the new year than by learning a new skill, or creating a handmade wardrobe?

What are you hoping to get as a present this year?
We can never have enough fabric! :)

In case you missed it, here are the lovely Krrbie winners from the previous days!

Day Two: Laura from Columbus, Ohio!
Day One: Cat G from Brooklyn, NY!

 
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    To have a meeting with the school: it is better to propose say 10 or 15 parents, a small group. We may need 1 or 2 impartial mediators. We must get time slot from school management. During working days it is tough to find common schedule for all. To those interested: please join as subscribers first (if not already so) so that we can work out the logistics.
    http://ceoworld.biz/ceo/2012/04/24/startups-invoice-factoring-your-ability-to-grow-your-access-to-cash

  • Anonymous

     

    To have a meeting with the school: it is better to propose say 10 or 15 parents, a small group. We may need 1 or 2 impartial mediators. We must get time slot from school management. During working days it is tough to find common schedule for all. To those interested: please join as subscribers first (if not already so) so that we can work out the logistics.
    http://ceoworld.biz/ceo/2012/04/24/startups-invoice-factoring-your-ability-to-grow-your-access-to-cash

  • Great! 
    With the way that we approached sewing it naturally encouraged the girls to try new things, to think beyond what had already been done, and to use their imagination. 

  • Anonymous

    Yay! I really wanted to read this book! Thank you Krrbie :D