Giveaway: Two-Hour Cross-Stitch: Flowers


Looking for a quick and easy cross stitch project? Look no further then Two Hour Cross-Stitch, Flowers from Trice Boerens. When I received this book to review I couldn’t get over the darling little flower and garden motifs for me to stitch up. I love that there are 300 quick patterns for me to follow. These are perfect little projects for a road trip or long waits at the doctors office (just what is that about?).

Now it’s your turn to stitch your own garden! I am giving away a copy of this book to one lucky reader. The winner will be picked in a random drawing.


The Winner will be picked May 2nd at 10am Pacific Standard Time.

One entry per person and the winner will be picked in a random drawing.

Please comment below: What is your favorite fruit or veggie?





  1. Cindy says

    My favorite flower is the yellow rose because it was my mother’s favorite. Every time I see a yellow rose I think of her and smile!!

  2. Dennis Mullins Sr says

    Hi, thanks for having this giveaway. I love tomatoes in summer and coconut and pineapple in winter.

  3. Sylvia says

    Carnations! My first date (to the prom) gave me a carnation corsage. Because my dress was strapless, he quickly asked my mother to pin it on me!

  4. ChrisTea says

    My favorite veggie is broccoli. I could eat it everyday. Yummers! I like this book. Mostly because my attention span these days isn’t very long. hahaha. Have a good Spring!

  5. says

    My all time favorite fruit is, sadly, one I haven’t been able to eat for a good long while. It’s a variety of mango called Manila mango. They are best fresh, and after trying one at the local supermarket, I have been put off until I can go back home and eat it fresh.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  6. Jeanette says

    My favourite fruit is the good, old fashioned quince. It is hard to buy nowadays but I love when it is made into a jelly. Great on toast with a cuppa.

  7. says

    I really like broccoli. Fruit is harder to pick a favorite. I like pears when they’re really ripe and juicy, but it can be hard to find good ones. Thanks for the chance to win!

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