November 14, 2010

Blog Tour


I met Kajsa Wikman four years ago through Flickr when her whimsical appliqués caught my eye. We immediately traded bags in my first ever swap. My house bag still goes with me everywhere I go. I consider Kajsa a great friend and although we have never met in person, I feel as if I know her from following her life through her blog, Syko Design. I was there when the first birds were created with her daughter and I was there when the button became the Syko logo!! Her designs have inspired me greatly throughout the years and now I am excited to announce that her first book Scandinavian Stitches is being released this month!

Follow the tour to learn a little more about Kajsa at each stop, as well as 10 chances to win a copy of the book provided by Stash Books and 10 chances to win this cute card set!

Blog Tour Dates:
November 15th – Fat Quarterly
November 16th – i heart linen
November 17th – Tall Grass Prairie Studio
November 18th – The Sometimes Crafter
November 19th – Pikaland
November 22nd – LucyKate Crafts
November 23rd – Whip Up
November 24th – PeikonPoika
November 25th – PatchworkPottery
November 26th – Allsorts

Congratulations Kajsa!
Enjoy your afternoon tea & quilted crafts :o)

20 comments :

  1. Hello,girl:
    Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice day.

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  2. Ah! quanta lindeza que no seu blog.
    Parabens.
    Beijoca Nilda.
    http://meucantin5.blogspot.com/

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  3. I have already bought Kadja´s book. I am just waiting Amazon shipping to Brazil.

    Laurraine, and you? Where your book will come? Your work is soooooo unique and inspires a lot of people around the world, as me!

    I love your blog!

    Viviane Basile
    www.ateliebasile.com

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  4. It's such a joy to watch our friends flourish and follow their creative journeys! Congratulations to Kajsa! :-) Her work is beautiful!

    And big hugs to Laurraine! :-)
    he he..
    Vikki xo
    (ps. Oh how I love the third person! *giggle*)

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  5. Thanks for introducing Kajsa, she's just a great crafter! Congratulations on her new book, wish the very best for the future, cheers! *o*

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  6. I visit both of you and find your work inspiring. How nice to know you are friends:)

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  7. I have completed a couple of Kajsa's projects. They are simply wonderful! I wish her the best of luck with her book!

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  8. Seems to be a truly beautiful and inspireing book!
    I'll make the tour now. :)

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  9. I love all the projects in this book!
    SheilaC

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  10. I spotted this book on the ctpub blog and knew that would like to enter to win a copy. Besides quilting, I like to make small fabric projects for my grandnieces. Please include me in the drawing. It is a bonus that cards are part of the prize as have not yet purchased any for this season. Thanks for hosting the blog book tour.

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  11. I have just discovered Kajsa and her beautiful work! I would loooove to win a copy of her book!
    Fiona

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  12. Such a lovely book and a nice interview as well. I've seen "syko's" work on flickr for a few years now, it was nice to learn more about her.

    Cheers!

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  13. This lovely book is on my Christmas wish list---what a talented gal!! And you Lauraine? When will your book be on my wish list??
    hugs! xo

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  14. I'm so excited about this book, both for Kajsa & us! xxx

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  15. Love, love, love the tree quilt. Beautiful designs.

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  16. Adoro i quilt!
    bellissimi i disegni!
    fantastico il tuo blog!
    ^_^
    http://ilmondodigiugiu.blogspot.com/

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  17. I coudn't let pass this oportunity without comment it. I'm a beginer on the patchwork. I always follow your work and now the work of Kajsa too. What a pleasure would be to have a book like this.

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  18. Beautiful blog, beautiful work, for me the most beautiful place on the internet, I am full of admiration for your abilities, I just discovered the secrets of such sewing, the Polish cordially greet:)

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