Stitched Style Blog Tour {closed}


Random Winner

Congratulations to our lucky winner; #1, Lyn Blansett!  

In honor of the release of Indygo Junction’s new embroidery book, Stitched Style, they are having a Stitched Style blog tour, and I am honored to participate with a GIVEAWAY! Starting this week, super fabulous blogs will be  sharing projects, ideas and design inspiration from IJ’s Stitched Style book as well as offering giveaways!

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Here’s the Stitched Style Blog Tour Run down!


January 13: Flamingo Toes

January 14: Today’s Creative Blog

January 15: Designs in Machine Embroidery

January 16: Tip Junkie

January 17: Wild Olive

January 18: Amy Barickman

January 20: Cool2Craft

January 21: We All Sew

January 22: Kollabora

January 23: Sew Mama Sew

January 24: Indygo Junction — Grand Prize Giveaway

 About Indygo Junctions Stitched Style Book!

Embellish your world with embroidery designs from Indygo Junction’s Stitched Style. You’ll find 20 fashion oriented projects, featuring 65 unique hand-embroidery designs, with over 100 styles and sizes to trace or transfer. The projects feature Crossroads Denim by Amy Barickman, as well as re-purposed denim. Bring new life to jeans, jackets, purses and totes with a needle and thread. Or, create your own one-of-kind fashion from scratch! Never embroidered before? No worries, our materials guide, detailed trace and transfer instructions, and stitch dictionary will tell you all you need to know to add some Stitched Style to your life.

48 pages of instructions, patterns and transfers with 6 pages of color photos of projects.

Projects with full instructions include:  scarf, belt, eyeglasses case, headband, bracelets, cell phone & business card cases.

Ideas on how to embellish ready-made or hand-made projects include: purses, jackets, jeans, skirts and tops.


About the Author:  Amy Barickman is the founder and owner of Indygo Junction and Amy Barickman LLC. She is a leader in the sewing and needle arts industry, having released nearly 1000 sewing pattern titles, sold more than two­million patterns and published 80 books. Named one of Country Living Magazine’s prestigious Creative Women Entrepreneurs, her recent book releases include Amy Barickman’s Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide to Needlework, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion and Fun, and Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowers. In 2013 Amy released her 15th fabric collection with Red Rooster Fabrics as well as her debut fashion denim line with James Thompson Inc., Crossroads Denim. Through her blogs, websites and e­newsletters, Amy inspires crafters to explore their own creative spirit and experiment with the newest sewing, fabric and crafting techniques. To keep up to date with Amy, visit and




One lucky winner will receive a copy of IJ’s Stitched Style, a pack of Crossroads Denim fabric, Sullivan’s embroidery floss and a Clover hoop and needles. On the last day of the tour, January 24th, hop over to Indygo’s blog to enter for a grand prize giveaway.

How To Win!

To enter to win, simply leave a comment below.

Get A Bonus Entry! {completely optional}

Follow Tip Junkie on Facebook
Follow Indygo Junction on Facebook
If you are on twitter, share a tweet with your followers. Example Tweet: Join the Stitched Style Blog Tour to #win a @indygojunction prize pack! {squeal} #giveaway Pls RT

**Be sure to let me know if you did the bonus entry in a separate comment.

Contest ends this January 24th at midnight CST!

BONUS:  Receive Stitched Style at 20% off using code SSBT14 at checkout!




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  1. I love hand and machine embroidery. This is a great giveaway and a way to find more things that I love to do!! Thank you sew much, Jan

  2. Way back in the day, 1940’s most little girls learned embroidery. I’m glad to see this useful skill make a modern comeback.

  3. I just love the denim pack colors and have them in my wardrobe since they are my faves. Would love to win this book so fingers crossed! Thanks.

  4. I haven’t been this excited about a newly released book in the last couple of years. There are so many inspiring projects in Stitched Style that I have no idea which one I want to do first!

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