Be in My New Book


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Have you always wanted to see your name in print?

Would you like to have your comment on the back cover of my new book that will be coming out in September?

 All you have to do is write a few sentences about anything from The Renegade Seamstress blog and what you thought about it.  Did you try something from the blog? Was it easy and achievable? Did it save you any money?  Was it fun?  Were you inspired? Or anything else you’d like to comment on would be great.  

C&T Publishing will then choose a few comments to place on the back cover along with your name. :) YAY!!!

Just fill in the form below with your comments.

Thank you!

Beth

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've just recently joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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14 Responses to Be in My New Book

  1. cathynd95 says:

    I sent you a quote – hope you got it!

  2. seweverythingblog says:

    Just sent you a quote. BTW, my name is Samina (not seweverything) :D

  3. Esther Martinez says:

    since I learned how to make my own bias tape I have been going crazy making all sorts of projects using bias it looks so pretty and I get to choose my fabrics and I am thinking now why didn’t I think of that before

  4. Great things are happening for you… thank you for sharing the journey!

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  7. Phyllis says:

    I really like that ideal about the bias tape Thank you.

  8. Anny says:

    Hope this is not too late, Beth. As busy as this week has been, I took time to make the zipper pouch for a friend’s birthday who loves Downton Abbey. I just used a leftover piece of my Downton Abbey fabric and whipped it up late one night. Easy Peasy! I’ve also introduced my granddaughters to that pattern and they had great fun making little bags. Beginner seamstresses and they’re not afraid of zippers due to your wonderful pattern!

    • Thank you so much Anny for taking the time to write this nice comment. I think the editors have already chosen a comment for the back of the book, but I’ll send it to C&T so they can put it on their website when the book gets released!
      Happy Friday!
      Beth

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