To celebrate the launch of Lotta Jansdotter’s new book, Lotta Prints, we are doing a giveaway here on the CRAFT blog. This book will teach you how to print with anything from iron-on transfers,linoleum blocks, to potatoes! Along with Lotta’s signature designs as stencils, you’ll be able to transform clothing and your home decor to something special.
Two lucky random readers are going to win this fantastic book! Just leave a comment in this post and tell us why you need this book. Please make sure you include your email address in the comment form field not the text area (it won’t be published on the site). All comments will be closed by 10am on Thursday, June 5th. The lucky winners will be announced tomorrow evening on the CRAFT blog. Good luck!
If you are in the SF/Bay Area this Saturday, don’t forget about the Lotta Prints Book Launch parties. I’ll be at the event and there will also be CRAFT giveaways!
Lotta Prints Book Launch
Saturday, June 7, 5-8pm
@ Craft Gym
1452 Bush Street (btw Van Ness & Polk)
San Francisco, CA 94109

328 thoughts on “Free Book Giveaway – Lotta Prints by Lotta Jansdotter

  1. i neeed this book because i sincerely love everything lotta. my husband got me a handbag by her for our anniversary and i’ve only heard fantastic things about her sewing book. printmaking has been something i’ve been itching to get into, i’ve even got a gocco! it would be fantastic to bring it to the next level.
    thread.inc@gmail.com

  2. I can’t think of a reason I DON’T need this book! Mostly because my apartment is in dire need of decorating, and I would use this all over.

  3. I am a printmaker. I just graduated and no longer have access to a press. I really really really need to get some inspiration for how to print by hand.

  4. I have some great ideas for printed fabrics- but not the know-how.
    Thanks for the give away!

  5. I am a printmaker. I just graduated and no longer have access to a press. I really really really need to get some inspiration for how to print by hand.

  6. I need this book because I’ve never printed my own fabrics, I want to, and I have no idea where to begin.
    Also, Lotta = Awesome.

  7. When I saw the earlier post about the print parties and the “kids welcome” part, I thought this would be a cool craft to do with my 2 & 4 yr olds. We could use washable paints and we could print on EVERYTHING. So I’m jumping on this chance to win a copy of the book.
    I’ve never done printing before but I’ll try everything crafty. In fact, I think maybe I’ll go make a potato stamper right now…

  8. I am a printmaker. I just graduated and no longer have access to a press. I really really really need to get some inspiration for how to print by hand.

  9. And I’ve always wanted to learn how to make prints. I love patterns and have been jonesin for some new prints in my life.

  10. The first book I bought after learning to sew last year was Lotta Jansdotter’s “Simple Sewing”. The simple style of her fabrics really appealed to me. Now I can make my own! Whoohoo!

  11. Ahoy Natalie,
    I’ll be at the Lotta event – it will be great to get to meet you in person :)
    VE

  12. I need this book because I have a two year old. And she needs to be bedecked in newly hand printed items!

  13. For whatever reason, I can’t seem to log in properly… I thought I had the right password, and it seems to work on the O’reilly page ok, but it doesn’t work here, and it makes me want to tear my hair out!
    How am i supposed to remember the right recover phrase, if the login page won’t accept what I know to be a correct password???
    Lotta rocks, and I totally want to win a copy of this book!
    (My email is – Kfredrickson at | g mail dot com)

  14. I need this book because I have an one-year-old daughter! Baby clothes and sheets and furniture are soo boring, all pink and blue with the same-old motifs repeated all over. I want to make her stylish, individualist wear! For example: http://namakajiri.net/pics/pirate.jpeg
    (I’m in South America so ignore this comment if the giveaway is US-only.)

  15. My home needs help and my children need a learning experience (can you tell we’re a homeschooling family?). The book looks fantastically interesting. Thanks for the give-away!

  16. This is so exciting!
    I have been reading up on DIY printmaking lately because my husband and are are moving overseas for a 6 month stint and I will have to leave my sewing machine behind :( I thought printing would be a fun new thing to be obsessed with and i won’t have to worry about electricity conversions… and potato prints transcend language right? ;) One way or another… this book is on my wish list and winning it would be fabulous!

  17. I’m in a creative rut. Working as a web designer can burn me out sometimes. I believe I need to get my hands dirty and do something different to remind me I that I’m a creative person and that I chose a design related profession because it’s fun.

  18. 1. I am drawn to books with clever cover art, usually regardless of the book’s content. Usually.
    2. Though, I hadn’t even heard of Lotta until she graced the window of my Google Reader.
    3. Would love to partake in some print-making goodness!

  19. I need this book because I am very eager to do some printmaking of my own…but have no clue how to go about it!

  20. I’m a starving grad student who can’t afford a used Gocco from ebay. Last Christmas, I made cards for my family and got the worst hand cramp of my life after drawing the same dumb reindeer 50 times!

  21. This book looks amazing! I’ve been trying to screenprint via the nylon pantyhose method and such, and it’s not going so well. I would love this book for ideas. Scandinavian designs are by far my favorite, and that just sent me over the edge for this book. Did I mention I’m a poor college student? :) I’m a crafter through and through, I would love to make my own prints to work with!

  22. Like so many, I absolutely love Lotta. I have just purchased (gulp!) a home that needs a lot of work to turn it into the pretty sanctuary I know is in there somewhere. And Lotta’s book is so chock full of ideas and inspiration, it’s just the ticket!

  23. I’ve got a billion ideas of surfaces I want to print, but no idea where to begin. This book looks like a great primer that can get me rolling!

  24. I love Lotta’s work…and I would LOVE this book. Just started printing and hoping to do a fun nursery mural using a water theme…would LOVE THIS BOOK!

  25. Thanks for this opportunity! This book will help me personalize clothes and stuff that I own that aren’t hand-made.

  26. Thanks so much for this giveaway. I am a designer just ACHING to print!! This looks like a fabulous book for me. I would love to learn to print home decor items… wow!

  27. Oh, what’s not to like about this book! So many ideas for crafting! I would be so inspired to be able to design my own fabric, too! How exciting, I would just LOVE to win this book.
    Lynne Smith howlyn120267@gmail.com

  28. This is perfect! I have a painting project in a semi-public space coming up, and I was just looking at stencils and such to make it more interesting and inviting. This book would really open up my options.

  29. I need this book because we’re coming up empty on what to do for the guest room and new baby room. just from seeing the cover, i’m getting ideas. imagine what the “inside” holds!

  30. I need this! As soon as I saw a post about the release I started harassing my boyfriend about how gorgeous it looks.
    I started teaching myself printing techniques at the beginning of this year, and I absolutely cannot get enough. Now that a little career is coming from it (via etsy and a few boutiques that carry my stuff), I am wanting to keep learning and expanding my inventory. Plus, hello, as I previously stated: the book looks gorgeous!

  31. I’d love to win this book because my husband and I just moved into a new house with all white walls. I’d love to use the techniques to spruce and brighten up the place.

  32. I’d love to win this book because my husband and I both love learning new skills. This would open lots of doors for gifts and random acts of kindness and home improvement!

  33. I would love to get this book, because I am addicted to anything crafty- especially how to books, and this would go great with my growing collection!

  34. i used to make potato stamps to decorate wrapping paper, but that’s as far as i’ve gone and i’ve always wanted to try more things like this!

  35. i used to make potato stamps to decorate wrapping paper, but that’s as far as i’ve gone and i’ve always wanted to try more things like this!

  36. I need this book because I’m a poor Master’s Student… and this is a great way to decorate on a budget!

  37. And perfect for me. I just bought my first home and am working on making it my own creative space. I’ve got walls, furniture, and linens begging to be spruced up by something unique.

  38. I need this book because I love love love crafty home decorating and I think this would be the perfect resource for that :)

  39. I almost fell out of my chair when I heard about this book – I have been dying to start printing on paper and fabrics with handmade stamps! Oh please please I hope I am lucky this time!

  40. I would so love to win this book. I’m just starting to explore printing and absolutely love Lotta’s style. Her sewing book inspired me to get out my machine and really learn to sew.

  41. I am so grateful for the opportunity to win this book, thank you for your creative generosity!
    If I win this book I would use it for many things, but foremost to print on the recycled/reused item art that I make (or remake, rather). I would love to know how to apply different media properly and with relatively consistent quality. I’m sure this will just be the beginning of what’s possible!
    Thank You!

  42. I would so love to win this book. I’m just starting to explore printing and absolutely love Lotta’s style. Her sewing book inspired me to get out my machine and really learn to sew. rusty@marchnine.com

  43. I need this book because it looks absolutely beautiful and I could use some new inspiration!

  44. I love all things Lotta! I’m a graphic designer by day, and this book might just be the thing to help me get my hands dirty. :-)

  45. I love Lotta Jansdotter’s Simple Sewing and I can’t wait to see what she has come up with now. I bought a used table and I made some plain white placemats, printing on them by hand would be perfect.

  46. is begging for some sprucing up! I’d love to learn the craft. Keeping my fingers crossed…

  47. We’re in the process of buying a new home and I’d love to use stencils in the nursery!

  48. I’ve gotten hooked on screen printing from the first issue of Craft and I’m finally ready to branch out with printing and stenciling. Who better to start with than Lotta. Also, five of my cousins are pregnant, I need to start working on baby gifts now.

  49. I need this book because I will be moving into a new dingy apartment, am 30,000 in debt from school, I need some new and fresh ideas to take my mind off the fact that I will have to work my ass off to pay that money down. I want my new home (first time without roomates YAY!) to be uniquely me, so I can feel good when I come home. I am a crafty girl! I need some inspiration. Plus Lotta’s designs are so great! So simple, yet so ultimately striking!!!
    PICK ME. :D

  50. My sister who is entirly too high strung has finally taken to crafting and this book would be a nice gift for her.

  51. I need this book because I love Lottas prints and she has made me interested in them. Printing is something i’ve been interested in for awhile but haven’t tried yet so her book could teach me everything!!
    Also, I need it because I’m a broke college graduate on her way to get her masters and be in even further debt who can’t afford to buy this amazing book.

  52. This book looks great and I’d love to use it as an instructional tool. I teach art to high school kids and beginning adults and I’m sure there’s some great ideas I could share with them. They really love learning new techniques, and the examples above already have me thinking about new projects to try out..

  53. I’m on the Craft site rather than doing work. This entry might be monitored, I haven’t won anything ever and I love Lotta’s books.

  54. ….because I moved into the most bizarre apartment in downtown Chicago from a small town in Iowa. The apartment is a huge 1970’s style apartment equipped with an olive green fridge. I really need to update it with a retro cool design element. I think Lottas style is just perfect for what it needs. As a recent college grad I could really use a DIY way to save money.
    THANKS!!!

  55. … and therefore on a budget.
    The craftier i can be the better for my wallet and probably our appartement as well.

  56. … and therefore on a budget.
    The craftier i can be the better for my wallet and probably our appartement as well.

  57. I’m an art teacher – I’m always looking for new ways to teach printmaking to my students! They’d really like seeing examples from a hip book instead of their old art teacher —

  58. … and therefore on a budget.
    The craftier i can be the better for my wallet and probably our appartement as well.

  59. And my bedroom is in desperate need of a makeover.
    christine dot hennessey at gmail dot com

  60. There are so many reasons that I’d love to win this book ~ I like Lotta’s stuff and find her inspirational; I took a printmaking class a number of years ago and loved it, but haven’t done much since; I have a two year old that would enjoy some of this.
    Thanks!

  61. I’m always curious to see how these designers think and develop and teach. I would LOVE to add this book to my library!
    thanks!

  62. I’m planning on buying my first house soon, and really don’t want it to be boring decoration wise. This book seems like it would be a great help!

  63. Gah! Must have this book! Very excited!
    Am just starting my own business of art and craft wonderfulness. I work mostly with fabric, yarn, paper, book binding. I LOVE print but am a new to it and the possibilities are amazing! So yup! Really would like this book!!
    thanks!
    M

  64. I’m a complete amateur with printing and stenciling, but I’d like to incorporate new designs into textiles.

  65. I would love to have this book. I live in a loft and have really high white walls that are screaming to be decorated.

  66. I work within the church world, helping in any and all ages with anything from A-Z, wherever and whenever is needed. Throughout the years, I have done numerous “craft” type things, whether in Sunday School, Children’s Worship, Vacation Bible School, Midweek Children’s Time, Adult Craft Time, Nursery Time, or just intertaining children while parents talk. I have gleaned ideas from many different sourses, but, must confess,that a book like Lotta’s would sure provide more up to date information, possibilities, and creative situations to work with should I be chosen to receive one. Thanks for letting me share.

  67. I need this book b/c I love all types of printed fabric and would love to try my hand at creating my own designs.

  68. But I think it’s the white walls in my home and office that are making me such unpleasant company and so grouchy. I love Lotta Jansdotter’s work, so I’d rather try some of her printmaking ideas than resort to pharmacotherapy.

  69. I would love to get a new book – It’s my birthday!
    I have been printing/painting on silk for a lotta years and am always looking for a lotta new ideas and inspiration. I also read alot; craft books form my altar.
    If you are reading this, go have some chocolate and help me celebrate!!

  70. Besides the fact that I am besotted by Lotta’s designs, I want the book because I could spice up the blah walls in my bedroom. Then, when someone complimented them I could say: “that’s a whole Lotta wall!”

  71. So, I’m mere weeks from finishing up my graduate program and will be itching to throw myself into a new project. This would really fit the bill. Thanks!!

  72. Because I just moved into a dreary basement sublet and some bright Lotta patterns would bring a little light to the dark and scary corners. (Umm, cockroaches anyone?)

  73. I need this book because I am a married stay at home mom of four, I am always looking for ways to improve my home and make it more visually appealing but on a nickel, not a dime but a nickel!

  74. I am a military wife, and living as we do, I’ve never been allowed to, well, paint on the walls or really get my foot in the home decorating door. We move too much, or military housing just doesn’t allow the kind of freedom I crave.
    But my husband will be getting out of the military soon, and the first thing on our list is to buy a house – our first house, that will be ours alone, since we’ve been together. And once we get a house, gosh, there are just so many things to do! And one of the things on my wish list is to do a lot of the work and designs myself. Well, kind of. I want to print my own curtains (I’ve never had real curtains before!), print or make my own throw pillows, and do my own artwork. I want to stencil leaves and trees on the walls. (Goodness, who needs wallpaper anyway?)I want to personalize the furniture, and add interesting details to all the textiles: coasters, table runners, seat cushions, etc. I want every turn of a corner to be a surprise and a delight to the senses.
    There are so many things I want to learn, so that I can make our first house a real home. This book would definitely be a great first step towards that dream.

  75. I would love a chance to win a copy of Jansdotter’s new book! My crafty bone seems to be broken and I could use the inspiration to get it healed and working again in no time!

  76. I may get the opportunity next year to teach a printing class at my school, and this would be an awesome resource for coming up with projects!
    thanks for the chance to win!!

  77. Well, I would love to win this book, because since I flipped through it at a bookstore, I have been dreaming of it since! I’m living on a limited budget + self-imposed no-buy, so It has taken every ounce of will power I’ve got not to buy it!
    I’m a big fan of printmaking, but I’ve never tried printing on fabric, so I think this book would help me take the plunge. I foresee a printed linen table runner for my coffee/dining table…

  78. I would really like this book because my grandfather was a printer. I want to get into printing to develop an appreciation for what he devoted his life to.

  79. Yay, I have her post-its!
    Last month I bought a marimekko duvet cover and now I want to try my hand at printing my own designs.

  80. I’d love to use this book for inspiration when decorating my daughter’s cubby house! I was thinking of stenciling a retro wallpaper design on the walls only yesterday!

  81. I have been coveting this book! We just moved into a new house and only one of the rooms has gotten painted thus far. I’ve been wanting to do something other than solid colors, and this book would be the perfect tool! Stenciling would also help out with other fabric projects in my life (I work for a professional costume shop).

  82. I’m really interested in all of such craft / sewing / diy kind of things and it is really difficult to get materials, books and inspiration down here (apart from the web, of course). from brazil, willing to win this lotery-like prize (how many people already commented!!)

  83. Because I’ve never printed a darn thing in my entire life, but I would not be opposed if I got a free book about printing! Thanks!!

  84. oooh, I need it!
    I’ve just gotten into carving my own stamps and need tips for how to use them on fabric.

  85. I would love to learn to print on the baby slings I make, especially with potatoes :-) What a great cover too. I love the print on the wall!
    Jane

  86. I need this book because, in just about a month, I will be moving back to the States after a stint in London and will be decorating my first apartment solo on a shoestring budget!

  87. If I win, I plan on hosting another craft-together for crafty friends, but one that is devoted to making prints using this book. If not, I’ll check the book out from the library.
    Amanda

  88. i would love to own a copy of this book – i’ve been living in my new apartment for about a month now and i need some ideas on how to pretty up the place.

  89. i would love to own a copy of this book – i’ve been living in my new apartment for about a month now and i need some ideas on how to pretty up the place.

  90. Oooh! Oooh! Pick me! Pick me! I’m almost done building my dream house and I want to hand-stamp fabric for my curtains! I want lotsa Lotta all over my studio. . .

  91. I got into print-making about a year ago, and have always loved Lotta’s work. I would love to own a copy of this book!!!

  92. I’m a sahm in Colorado who’s also a part-time student. I am in desperate need of some fun and frolick before baby #2 shows up this August. Please help me get ready for our first boyo, pretty up my daughter’s room and all in a way that a very preggo mommy can do to have tons of fun in the process (even with a little helper). ; )

  93. I would love to use those patterns on walls and floors and on my backpacks and… everything! My walls and floors are interesting colors, but I have yet to work up the nerve to put patterns on, or freehand. I’d totally use those to decorate the walls and floors.

  94. I’ve always wanted to do some printing, especially lino printing, but I’ve never really known how to go about it. This book would be perfect!

  95. I really like the clean and fun designs of Lotta and would love to own to this book.
    Thank you

  96. Just starting printing my first fabrics but with a backround on ceramic and mosaic art. I would like to have a chance to investigate this book.
    Thanks!

  97. I would really love to learn how to hand-print fabric. I did some letterpress in college and would love to move on to home decor!

  98. I need this book because I am crafting jack of all trades and I am always looking for new and better ways to create things.
    And I deserve this book because I promise to use my new skills for good and not evil. Well mostly good. Only a little bit of evil, and even then only when it is really really funny.

  99. i’ve been wanting this book since i first saw and i’m too broke to buy. please help me take one book off of my wish list.

  100. I have been drooling on myself since I saw this book on amazon..My husband and I own our own studio and have just decided to start silkscreening tshirts. I would love to widen my knowledge of printing with this book! There are so many ways to make your own fabrics and prints, and Ms. Jansdotter’s design sense is fabulous.

  101. My husband and I own our own graphic studio and recently ventured into silkscreening. I’ve realized that this book can really open the doors for us to try our hand at all kinds of custom-printed items! Fabric, shirts, prints, cards, stationery even. I would love to own this! Plus Ms. Jansdotter’s design sense is fabulous.

  102. I would love to have Lotta’s book. I am super newbie in printing and want to learn how to use the material around us to create printing work. There isn’t much of great craft shop over here and I don’t think the book will arrive here anytime soon. Would really love to have this book. Thanks.

  103. Love to have this book! I really need to do something with my soon to be freshly decorated bedroom…all the walls, trim and ceiling are painted antique white! Yuck! I need some inspiration!

  104. Love to have this book! I really need to do something with my soon to be freshly decorated bedroom…all the walls, trim and ceiling are painted antique white! Yuck! I need some inspiration!

  105. Love to have this book! I really need to do something with my soon to be freshly decorated bedroom…all the walls, trim and ceiling are painted antique white! Yuck! I need some inspiration!

  106. I would love to have this book! Do you randomly select a winner or do you choose based on the comment? I hope is the former or else I’m toast! ;-)

  107. i can imagine
    prints, prints everywhere, on my clothes
    soon to be on my cat ;)

  108. Just a glance through this book at the bookstore inspired my to potato print a onesie for a baby shower last week. I’ll probably buy the book but not if I wn it first! Fingers crossed…

  109. My wife and I want to layer some stenciled/printed designs over our existing bland wallpaper. I think Lotta can help us avoid peeling the walls and starting over from scratch.

  110. I got her sewing book and now I want to check out this new gem. Her designs are classic, simple and whimsical all at the same time. If I can’t have my own design talent, I can now borrow hers! I wish I could attend one of the participatory events.

  111. I’ve been eyeballing this book. I only dabbled in printmaking (mainly a bit of eraser stamps and the gocco). I’m looking forward to learning more techniques to embellish clothes. Fashion these days aren’t very flattering for plus-sized gals. I’d like to be able to make one of a kind pieces for myself–and still look styling of course!

  112. I need the inspiration and know-how to give my spit-up stained wardrobe a classy camouflaging treatment. Please help me to look as cute as my six month-old!

  113. This book has two great things going for it – the designs are simple and clean, and the craft involved seems quite manageable.

  114. I would love to have this book because right now I am just beginning to fall in love with rubber stamps and stencils. I love the pics posted above, and really need help in decorating my home…. this book would help a great deal and I am a desperate crafter with nothing to lose!!!
    :-) tks
    Dee

  115. I’ve started printing on cloth, and need this book to find out as much as possible about printing techniques.

  116. See we decided that we needed new curtains to make our house more energy efficient thus save wallet and planet. So we (being poor) bought this ugly green motley fabric that looks so much uglier in hindsight, but it was very cheap. For good reason apparently.
    Anyhoo, we discussed the other night about how we could make it really cool if we put stencils on it.
    But of course we have no clue how to do that. But I do have some fabric paint!

  117. Here in Dublin, Ireland, the crafty resources are limited, so this book would help me make that next great leap forward, craftwise!

  118. I’m from Portugal and I love to see all the beautiful thigns you do. I love paper crafts but here we don’t have much material to buy and we cant find craft books or magazines. And We can’t find nothing on this theme.
    To get this book would be an help to make me finally begin to something I’m willing to for such a long time!!!
    Lets just hope I can get it!
    My name is Catarina Coelho and my email is coelhaobreira@hotmail.com

  119. I’m from Portugal and I love to see all the beautiful thigns you do. I love paper crafts but here we don’t have much material to buy and we cant find craft books or magazines. And We can’t find nothing on this theme.
    To get this book would be an help to make me finally begin to something I’m willing to for such a long time!!!
    Lets just hope I can get it!
    My name is Catarina Coelho and my email is coelhaobreira@hotmail.com

  120. I’m from Portugal and I love to see all the beautiful thigns you do. I love paper crafts but here we don’t have much material to buy and we cant find craft books or magazines. And We can’t find nothing on this theme.
    To get this book would be an help to make me finally begin to something I’m willing to for such a long time!!!
    Lets just hope I can get it!
    My name is Catarina Coelho and my email is coelhaobreira@hotmail.com

  121. I wanna win this book anyway…………my reason we have purchased a NEW house (still being built) and I will have lots and lots of blabk space and Ithink this book would help give me a jump start ………..
    mrssutton99 at yahoo dot com

  122. I want to print my own fabric! If I don’t win I’ll figure it out on my own, but a book would be nice :)

  123. This book looks very inspirational. I would love to have this book so I can learn to print on fabric and make my twin baby girls some cute original clothes.

  124. Well there are a lot of reasons, the chief reason being that I was a printmaker in college, working in the printmaking studio and interning at the Lower East Side Printshop, but now I have moved out, and am struggling to find inspiration in my ‘studio’ which is a windowless basement. I do think that this book is it. Other than that, this book would look great on my coffee table, and probably, you know I really want it, because if I didn’t get it for free, I would probably buy it anyway (but you’re not supposed to know that!).
    Thank you for being a great zine and a great blog.

  125. I’d love to have this book because I’ll be having a baby in a few months, and I’d love to decorate her room and her clothes myself, and I love Lotta’s style.

  126. I’ve been inspired by Lotta’s work ever since Simple Sewing – I actually have a lot of experience sewing already, but I was tempted to buy her first book just because I was so drawn to her fabric choices and prints. The hardest thing for me in starting a sewing project is finding the right fabric, so I would just love to have this book to help me learn to make the fabrics I covet! I love Lotta’s work.

  127. Love Lotta! This book has been high on my wish list since it hit the shelves! The projects are so fun!

  128. Wow, if there were instances beyond coincidence, this would be it. I’m currently working with interior clean-up and decor of a local counseling and health center for abused children. While I have plenty of experience working with textiles, I do not have so much with decorating in general. After looking up her website and art, I’m rather intrigued and inspired. I think using her techniques along with our own ideas (and interests that some of the little ones have voted in on, such as a “Forest room”), we could make something these kids would really enjoy coming to on their way to getting back their childhoods.
    Thank you for at least the opportunity. =)

  129. I need this book because I’m NOT a printmaker and I have a huge white room that is begging for Ms. Jansdotter’s stunning designs!
    lazergir1 {at} hotmail {dot} com

  130. Eep, I’m hoping the 10 am is PST, as I just saw this! I LOVE Lotta’s stuff — she is a fairly recent designer find for me — and I love printmaking. I’ve figured a bit out on my own, but I’d adore more inspiration and instruction.

  131. Oh how I would love to win this book. I need to spruce up my clothing which is so bland and this sounds like a great way to learn to do it myself.

  132. Ooh, I would love to win this book I have bland white walls that could use a bit of life.

  133. Well, I’m moving soon, and getting rid of things I don’t actually need, but I held this book in my hands at my favourite fabric shop and almost bought it the other day–I resisted, but I don’t think I should have! Having this will help me make my new place feel like home.

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