Saturday, 15 May 2010

GIVEAWAY!

As part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway day I have made a little linen stacked coins pouch/purse to giveaway.


It has a gentle flex frame and a popper inside to secure it and is big enough for embroidery scissors and a tape measure or whatever you chose to put in it.


To win this purse you need to leave a comment on this post recommending a good read.  The last book I really enjoyed was Lorrie Moore,  'A Gate at the Stairs', I need something new to read that I can put on to my e-reader.  Post your title and any other comment you would like to make, follow me if you like what you see and please make sure I can that there is a way of emailing you on your profile so I can contact you if you are the winner.  Giveaway entries finish at the end of May 20th.  I can ship internationally so open to you all.  Winner will be chosen by random number generator .  



Good Luck!

167 comments:

  1. Yay I'm the first commenter! Thanks for giving away such a cute flex frame pouch! I love how you put fabric together- just perfect!!

    My favorite book is "The God of Small Things" by Arundhati Roy. It is really addictive and interesting to read but a little too sad. If you don't mind it, I'd recommend the book!

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  2. And I'm the second one, YAY! The pouch is sooper cute. I wish I could also mix fabric this way someday!

    Ummmmm I'm really not into reading. So sorry I cannot recommend any book! Hope I can still enter into the giveaway!

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  3. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  4. Lovely blog... keep up the good work!!!

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  5. Wonderful pouch! Would love to be in with a chance of winning!! Many thanks. x

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  6. Beautiul pouch exactly what i need!

    Good Book well i joined the teen frenzy and just about to finish the last book of twilight series...Yes i read them all and loved it!

    I am hosting a giveaway too so pop my when you can :)

    Mayya @ Sew Chic and Unique

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  7. I love the little pouch - super cute. I've just started reading again after a new baby enforced reading break - yay!! I'm currently loving Sebastian Faulks On Green Dolphin Street. xxx

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  8. Love the little pouch. My favourite book is Acid Row by Minette Walters, but I have to warn you - it's so creepy that you cannot put it down.

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  9. Lucky number 7! Lovely purse.
    Ritax

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  10. Lovely pouch! Would love to win it.
    Keep sewing & smiling

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  11. Love the purse - I have recently read "Floodtide" by Judy Nunn. It is a great Aussie saga following the lives of four friends set in the beautiful Western Australia

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  12. What a cute little purse. I like anything by the Irish writer Maeve Binchy. I'll post a link from my blog about your give away and I'm also part of the give away. Thanks!!

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  13. One of the best books I've read recently is Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood. It's thought-provoking and raw and beautifully written, as are all of her books.

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  14. I don't know if you have translations but I like Anne B. Ragde's books.

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  15. What a cute blog and pouch!
    I don't get a chance to read too often so I don't really have any great recommendations ;)

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  16. This is lovely! One of the best books I've read this year is Brixton Beach by Roma Tearne.

    Thanks.

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  17. Cute purse! I mostly read classic fiction...love Jane Austin. I've been re-reading James Herriot lately, love his stuff too.

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  18. One of my fave books is My heart lies south by Elisabeth borton de trevino. i hope you can get it. written in the 50s elisabeth is a your writer who marries a native mexican and the book is about her new culture as she adops to religion, love, children and so much more. i highy reccommend.

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  19. "An Assembly Such as This" by Pamela Aiden. It's "Pride and Predjudice" from Mr. Darcy's perspective. It's actually book 1 of a 3 part series and it is FANTASTIC!!!

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  20. thank you for the chance to win. It is beautiful.

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  21. So awesome! Crossing my fingers!
    http://justeventeux.blogspot.com/

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  22. Thanks for the chance to win. So fun. My latest read was Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister. It was interesting. Not as funny as I was hoping, but interesting.

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  23. love the pouch. i am currently reading tales from the bed, by jenifer estess. it's about her journey through als, it's very good!

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  24. hello!

    books and sewing are my passion (and my dogs), so i'm leaving you with a list of what i've read recently - some of the books i've read many times over:

    "one hundred years of solitude", Gabriel Garcia Marquez - my favourite book of all times

    millennium trilogy, Stieg Larson

    midnighters series (3 books) and uglies series (4 books, i'm now reading the 4th), both by Scott Westerfeld

    twilight sage OF COURSE

    all the books by Isabel Allende, except the one about her dying daughter, which is too sad, even for me

    hope you enjoy your readings!!

    count me in for the giveaway!!!

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  25. Hi! I am a Kerry too, from Canada. There aren't all that many of us at least spelled this way. For a good read I would like to recommend an oldie but a goodie entitled "Mrs. Mike" by Benedict and Nancy Mars Freedman. It is the story of a girl who moves to the Canadian wilderness in the 1900s and marries a mountie. So, it is a romance, an adventure, a saga... Honestly a very good read! There is a sequel or two written recently but go for the original Mrs. Mike - it is the real winner!
    Let me know if you find it and read it - I would love to hear what you think.
    So, if you could enter me in the draw that would be great - thank you!
    Hugs,
    Kerry

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  26. I am reading the Shack. It is very riveting but I know it was a little contriversial (whoa, I need spell check) a while back.

    Thanks for hosting such a cute giveaway!

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  27. ack! love the pouch!
    I really enjoyed "Three Cups of Tea: by Greg Moretson (?). I even dreamed about it.
    thanks for sharing

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  28. Ooooo...favourite book....my daughter and I love the Magic Faraway Tree. Adult book - I would go for something like Perfume by Patrick Suskind or any books by C.J.Sansom - love those tudor murder mysteries!

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  29. Lightning by Dean Koontz...very good

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  30. I would love to read that and I recently read a book called The Last Christian and it was very interesting.

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  31. wHAT A BEAUTIFUL PURSE. vERY CLEVER SEWER. oNE OF THE BEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ IS 'tuesdays with Morrie'. vERY MOVING. aBOUT AN OLD MAN DYING AND HIS FINAL WORDS OF WISOM. nEXT BOOK i CAN THROUGHLY RECCOMEND IS 'the life of Pi'..... AMAZING BOOK. i COULD EXPLAIN IT BUT IT WOULD TAKE AWAY THE SURPRISE. wELL WORTH A READ
    mY NAME IS mIEKE wILLIS AT miekewillis@mail.com

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  32. hello.. a book i read over and over again is the alchemist by paulo coehlo.. easy read and good for the soul
    camistewart@hotmail.com

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  33. I am having fun reading all the book suggestions. My latest is the Warrior series by Erin Hunter. It is a tween series about cat clans. My girls wouldn't stop talking about the cats so I had to read them to know what they were talking about. Fun books.

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  34. I think everyone should read Jane Eyre at least once! It improves with additional readings!

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  35. I recently finished The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver. It was long, but I really enjoyed it. Maybe not her best book, but still worth taking the time to read.

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  36. Thank you for visiting my blog and your nice comment :)
    http://joyaumcreative.wordpress.com/

    At the moment I can not recommend you any book, because I am spending all my free time handcrafting (mostly sewing!)

    I love the little pouch you made, so please count me too ;)

    greetings from sunny Spain
    Sylvia

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  37. How about: A Thousand Splendid Suns?

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  38. really cute pouch!

    i did read lorrie moore's book 'who will run frog hospital' i loved that one ages ago! must give it a re-read, i've just finished 'shadow of the wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon which surprised me as i really thought it was great!

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  39. I just finished reading "A Guide to the Birds of East Africa" by Nicholas Drayson. A lovely "love triangle" with bird watching. Quite charming - like your little pouch!

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  40. i love anything by Sophie Kinsella...they are always fun, funny and quick reads. great for vacation! this is such a cute little pouch. thanks for sharing'
    lezlie21(at)aol(dot)com

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  41. "Gorillas in the Mist" is marvelous!

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  42. Very cute purse. My favorite read is an oldie. Pride and Prejudice is my all time favorite. I recently read North and South and found it very interesting as well. But I like the 17th and 18th century authors.

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  43. What a great purse! I want one!!
    I'm finishing Mennonite in a little black dress, a memoir.
    Really witty and insightful!
    Oh and I have to recommend the BFG for reading to your littles.
    (Big Friendly Giant). I like it as much as my daughter does!

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  44. I recently read Goose Girl and really liked it!

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  45. My favourite author is currently Lesley Pearse, any of her books make a great read.

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  46. I just read The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton. It was one of the best reads I picked up in a long time. Now I'm going to go through and see what everyone else recommended because I need to find something else to read!

    limes.sweet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  47. I haven't finished reading it yet but so far, "Let the Great World Spin" by Colum McCann is fantastic!

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  48. I see you are a fellow Pink Penguin fan!!! Lovely little coin purse - I'd love to win it. I so enjoyed reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society recently and have recommended it to everyone. It makes me want to visit Guernsey and fall in love all over again with my husband! Plus I learned a lot about what happened there during WWII that I had no idea about.

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  49. Pick me! ashlee.stricklin@gmail.com

    You should read Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

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  50. Hi! I just read Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers and it was great. Then I looked at the comment above mine and noticed it said the same thing!! Great book!!

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  51. Oh, I love this!

    Book: The Elegance of the Hedgehog or Zeitoun

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  52. ...with a little bit of "parochialism" I'd like to suggest you "Invisible Cities" (in my language "Le città invisibili"), a novel by Italian writer Italo Calvino, an exploration of the imagination and the imaginable...pure beauty!

    Hugs from Italy and thanks for this generous chance,
    Antonella

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  53. Hmmm, I really liked The Tipping Point by Malcolm Bridwell. Have you read it? Interesting. Love this little coin purse. Thanks for the chance!
    Megan
    schacht.megan@gmail.com

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  54. Swallows and amazons by arthur ransom

    Beautiful stuff!

    billington5@yahoo.com

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  55. Very cute! I really enjoyed reading Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

    thetottery AT gmail DOT com

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  56. Such lovely detail! My sewing kit would be very happy in this adorable pouch!
    I'm currently reading a book called "No Angel" set in the early 1900's. Some romance, some drama, clever writing, but not a hard read.
    xx

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  57. That is so cute! I love the lovely bones by alice sebold and recommend it to everyone. It's my favorite book!

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  58. adorable!
    PURsuit of holiness by jerry bridges :)

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  59. This is really great! I recommend reading something by Karen Kingsbury

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  60. I really like anything by Patricia Sprinkle! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  61. The Help by Kathryn Stockett was a great read.

    kelli_s1@yahoo.com

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  62. I'm reading Eat, Pray, Love right now, and it's been pretty good so far. :) Lovely clutch, hope your giveaway goes spectacular!

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  63. The last book I read was Percy Jackson.

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  64. I really enjoyed "The Hiding Place"

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  65. i have just started Carrie dairies like the sex and the city before!!!!only on chapter 3 but enjoying it!!

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  66. I have a beautiful purse (that you gave me) so this giveaway should go to someone else (but if you make a little purse that says - library - then I wouldn't be able to resist) also, you might read - the summer book - by tove jansson

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  67. wow, great giveaway! would love to be the lucky winner!

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  68. Your purse looks amazing!!!
    And the last good book I read.... hm.... the 3 Stieg Larsson's books!

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  69. beautiful work!!!
    i can recommend reading the outlander series by diana gabaldon (the first book is called outlander (US), or cross stich)
    please also check out my giveaway at www.cheekyapple.com :-)
    mail(at)cheekyapple(dot)com

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  70. WOW, what a wonderful idea!
    I'm deeply impressed.

    Kind regards from Germany
    Claudia alias frauknopf@gmx.de

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  71. A good book would be the gunslinger serries from Stephen king... am hooked! fab_ulous at yahoo.com

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  72. Gorgeous little purse.

    I recently re-read The Red Tent and highly highly recommend it.

    Thanks so much!

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  73. so sweet! I recommend Marie Bostwick's cobbled court quilt shop books, the third one, A thread so thin, just came out & I devoured it!

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  74. I just read the book,Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall & Denver Moore & I loved it. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail.com

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  76. I really enjoyed 'A lesson before dying' by Ernest J. Gaines or 'The Girls' by Lori Lansens!

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  77. It's perfect and I would love to win it!!

    xo Steph

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  78. Thank you for holding this give away :) My favourite book is anything from the Old Kingdom Trilogy by Garth Nix.

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  79. Sweet pouch - I'd love to enter your giveaway, thank you!

    I've recently finished Hunting Down Amanda by Andrew Klavan --- great book - I cried at the end, lol.

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  80. what a handy little pouch! thanks.

    I like Historical Fiction. So my recommendations are:
    The Frontiersmans Dauther by Laura Frantz and
    Soldiers Secret by Shiela Solomon Klass

    loko6 at peak dot org

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  81. That is ridiculously cute!

    I'd suggest the Lord of the Ring series. Haven't read the books since before the movies, and since they're my husband's favorite (and we named our daughter out of them!) I should do so again.

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  82. Thank you for this giveaway!
    My favorite book is Momo by Michael Ende: although it is considered a book for children, it does say a lot to adults as well about our crazy times.

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  83. I recently read Waking Up in the Land of Glitter and found it to be a great book! Better than I expected, actually, with wonderful character development! This pouch is so fabulous! I really love it! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  84. I think I'm going to win!
    pjjllive(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. so cute! i love the words. i just finished "seedfolks" and loved it. i read it in 2 hours and it inspired me to plant a community tomato plant in out front yard this summer. thanks for giving!

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  86. I recomment "The Persimmon Tree" by Bryce Courtenay. Lots of history, culture, and a great story to boot!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  87. THis will be perfect for taking my sewing supplies from room to room in the house and out of the reach of my grandchildren. Thanks for participating in this fun giveaway.

    I have just started reading a book by Elizabeth Moore about Insecurities. I'd get the exact title but my hubby is sleeping before going in to work nights. Contact me if you'd like the full title...so far, I have been blessed by it.

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  88. Hm... one book I liked that was an easy read and more engaging than I thought it would be was 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.'

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  89. Well, with a 2 year old and one on the way, I don't get much reading it. Lately, its sewing/craft books form the library. :-)

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  90. Cute pouch. I don't know the book you mentioned but the book I started recently is One Square Inch of Silence-One Man's Search for Natural Silence in a Noisy World. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  91. You could read Harry Potter. I love it!

    MªCarmen, jnb_88(at)hotmail.com

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  92. Cute!

    I just finished 'The Blue Sweater' by Jacqueline Novogratz and found it very good.

    fruitandfoliage@gmail.com

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  93. I am now becoming a reader with two kids, so I would have to recommend the Little House on the Prairie series because it is so sweet and entertaining

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  94. I'm reading "The Time Traveler's Wife". Excellent book. Cute pouch! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  95. I love Japanese author Haruki Murakami, everything I've read so far has been so gripping and unusual and just amazing!

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  96. Please enter my name in your lovely drawing ladycolmn(at)aol(dot)com from Florida Gulf Coast area...

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  97. love the patchwork :D i'm reading the hobbit and confessions of an ugly stepsister, both of which are interesting.

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  98. Beautiful!! thank you for the chance to win!!

    Come and visit me too!

    Read anything by Jodi Piccoult

    SheilaC

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  99. I love everything linen and this is adorable! Thanks for the great giveaway

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  100. VeryKerryBerry is such a cool name for a blog. And this little pouch is super sweet. Thanks for giving it away to a very lucky person.

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  101. The last book was just finished in school was The Picture of Dorian Gray. It's really thrilling! Sadly, I had to write an essay on it...
    shou.milk@gmail.com

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  102. I read Dear John by Nicholas Sparks the other day - fast read, actually quite nice for a "fluffy" book. Other than that, most of my reading lately is The Lorax, Scrambled Eggs Super, and Horton Hears a Who!

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  103. I just finished reading The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks and I really liked it!

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  104. Great pouch! The Help by Kathryn Stockett was a great book.

    ladubois@comcast.net

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  105. Ooo adorable purse,
    I am not reading a book lately, but I like detective story I read all Agatha Chtistie's and sometimes I re-read them.
    thanks a lot for this chance
    mikthasq(at)gmail(dot)com

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  106. For good reads, I love Jasper Fforde!

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  107. Memoirs of a Geisha the book was amazing

    thank you

    atchisonsteph@gmail.com

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  108. 'The Princess Bride' - it's almost as awesome as the movie if not more so

    thankyou

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  109. Please enter me in the draw and don't forget to enter mine!
    http://www.sew-funky.com/2010/05/sewmamasew-may-giveaway/

    definately the princess bride

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  110. wow...loads of comments! I'd loved to win the purse :)
    My favourite book is Birdsong, opens your eyes to the horrors of WW1.
    See you on Saturday at the fair :)

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  111. Have you read "The Seamstress"? I loved this book

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  112. I don't have any good Fiction books to offer. Sad but true. I usually spend any extra time sewing.

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  113. What a cute pouch! Anything by Diana Gabaldon is usually a great and entertaining read.

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  114. I know others have recommended The Help, but I just had to recommend it again. It was aMAZing. One of my favorite series is His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman. And for an epic saga, try Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett.

    Your pouch is adorable, and I would be pleased as punch if I win it.

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  115. What a sweet pouch!

    I finished The Kite Runner before Christmas and I'm still haunted by it, well worth reading.

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  116. I have to recommend, Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Don't let the name fool you, this is not a mushy romance novel! Great book, one of the best I have ever read, and I read alot!!

    Blessings,

    KT

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  117. The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins...

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  118. If you enjoy crime books, I recommend P. J. Tracy's "Want to Play?", it's very good.
    The purse is lovely, please count me in.
    Thanks!
    Paula L.

    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  119. The Milennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson- "The girl with the dragon tattoo" being the first in the series.

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  120. i am reading Jane Austen's Emma:)

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  121. I love the little purse - I've never tried using a flexi frame - is it easy????
    I'm reading the little house by philippa gregory at the moment

    Gill

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  122. Cute little puch I'm currently reading through my Bible, but how about Twilght

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  123. Love the pouch. I you want to laugh, try something by Janet Evanovich. But I also recommend Charles Todd.

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  124. Very cute! I recently read and was intrigued by The Hunger Games. Be warned, though: it's a major cliff-hanger ending! There is a second book and the third is on it's way out this Summer. Thank you for the chance to win!
    meg_hilton (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  125. Lately I've been into Neil Gaiman and Jasper Fforde (his Thursday series are brilliant). sang(at)gci(dot)net

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  126. I think "The Giver" is thought provoking, although often overlooked because it's classified as a young adult book. Thanks for the giveaway -- super cute.

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  127. Crazy-cute giveaway! Thank you for putting together this creatively awesome prize! A Gate at the Stairs is somewhat dark--if you would like to continue on this line I would recommend A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick. It has mixed reviews but I think if you enjoy excellent psychological character development you will enjoy this as well! It is a thinking person's book, not a beach read. and here is a link to the amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/Reliable-Wife-Robert-Goolrick/dp/1565129776/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1274305440&sr=1-1-spell

    Pick me Mr. Random number generator!! Ooohhh, Pick me!!
    ♥♥

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  128. I would suggest anything by stephen king but i like horror.

    thanks

    atchisonsteph@gmail.com

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  129. I really enjoyed Julie and Julia. Being a fan of French cuisine, I found it inspiring and hilarious!

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  130. I really liked J. Williamson's 'By Darkness Hid.' Thanks for the great giveaway. luscofamily(at)ortelco.net

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  131. How sweet. Just the pefect size.


    I'd love to win.

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  132. Very cute giveaway. My favorite book is Forsyte Saga, or The Buccaneers. Enjoy!

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  133. Very cute coin purse!

    I have so many favorite books... The latest can't-put-down-series was the Twilight series I read last year. The latest single book I couldn't put down was Angels & Demons by Dan Brown.

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  134. I love to read some good fluff! right now I'm reading Confessions of a Shopaholic for like the millionth time!
    love it!
    Great giveaway!
    thanks for the chance to win!
    Crossing my fingers!

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  135. "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," by Rebecca Skloot (from Amazon: "...a fascinating and moving story of medicine and family, of how life is sustained in laboratories and in memory.") Thanks for the giveaway! realbeal-at-gmail-dot-com

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  136. I'm enjoying How to Buy a Love of Reading - it's rather sarcastic and fun!

    Love the purse!

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  137. How about two? - 'the book thief" by Markus Zusak and 'Fugitive Pieces' by anne michaels. Love your purses! - flex frames can look very...industrial at times but yours are perfect!

    buntythebrave at gmail dot com

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  138. Love this little pouch and definitely recommend Passage by Connie Willis. (or anything else by her).

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  139. This is a really cute purse!
    One of my most favorite authors is Nicolas Sparks and I recommend his book The last song. I also watched the movie.

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  140. Cute purse!
    I like John Irving and his book The world according to Garp.

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  141. if you like young adult novels try the Shannon Hale books. Forest Born, Princess Academy, Goose Girl all excellent reads. love the purse.
    deckerston@aol.com

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  142. Oh, I love books by Bill Bryson! I loved "Down under", "Notes from a big country", and "Notes from a small island". I also love Tony Parsons' books. And if you like dogs you have to read "Buster's diaries" and "Buster's secret diaries" by Roy Hattersley. SO FUNNY!!!

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  143. That is such a sweet purse! I am not normally a Jane Austen fan, but I did rather enjoy "Persuasion".

    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  144. I love the supersweet purse - you got a beautiful blog!
    Greets from Berlin, Germany

    You´ll find my Emailadress at my Blog

    Nane

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  145. lovely blog and so cute giveaway! nice to find a UK blog! The purse is fantastic and would be ideal to carry my hexagon quilt sewing around! One of my favourite authors is Joanne Harris, and the name of your blog reminded me of her Blackberry Wine - the first novel of hers i read. i hope you enjoy it.

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  146. A book I car read again and again is Rudyard Kiplings' Just so Stories !
    Thanks for the chance, this pouch is lovely !

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  147. So really lovely!
    A good fiction book: Nicolas Sparks "The Last Song"
    A good non-fiction read: Doug Abrams "Eye of the Whale"

    thanks for the chance to win!

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  148. Very cute book. My favourite book right now is sense & sensibility, I love Jane Austen

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  149. It's an old book but I enjoyed The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum enough to want to read the next two in the series.

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  150. Beautiful purse - I'm reading The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern.

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  151. It's been awhile since I read a good novel. Nothing amazing to recommend at the moment. Sorry. Beautiful little pouch though!

    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

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  152. So lovely, I would love to win!
    wells.maryanne@gmail.com

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  153. Beautiful pouch! I have been really enjoying the Southern Vampire Series by charlaine Harris.

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  154. right now due to my husband asking I am reading a fantasy book. So I donn't think you would be into it....it is the wheel of time series by Robert Jordan. Oh and it is REALLY good.....

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  155. thank you for this give away...

    this flex purse is so cute...i would love to win it...

    dinie_reza@yahoo.com

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  156. I like "The Shack" by William P Young- very good read
    Jennifer
    ejxd95@gmail.com

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  157. I love your little linen pouch. :) It's fantastic.

    I've been reading Founding Mothers by Cokie Roberts. (Teehee--It's about US women.) I don't usually like much nonfiction, but I love this book. :) I also love anything by Edith Wharton, Susan Cooper's YA stuff, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, and A Girl Named Zippy.

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  158. Beautiful! Nice work.

    A good read....Water For the Elephants.

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  159. Hi, Thanks for the giveaway! I'd recommend anything by Kelley Armstrong, if you want a specific book then why not start at the begining with 'Bitten' - you'll be hooked!

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  160. This is an awesome giveaway!! Thanks for the chance.
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  161. I recommend, 100 years of solitude, by Gabriel garcia Marquez, or Kafka on the shore by Haruki Murakami.Both contains a little of sci-fi =p

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  162. Cute little pouch!

    I don't have time to read novels at the moment, but Í have a copy of "Cute as a Button"book by Gail Doane in my bag right now, learning to sew bullion roses and cast-on flowers.

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  163. Thanks for having such a great give-away! I'd recommend reading Why Gender Matters. It's very interesting & based on lots of research.

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  164. Comments are now closed. Thank you so much everyone!

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