Fulfill Your Greatest Needlework Desires—For Free!

In a world that revolves around buying things, how nice is it to get free stuff? We understand that, and that’s why we are giving you the opportunity to win up to $250 in products from our store—and you get to pick which products! This is your chance to fulfill your greatest needlework desires!

The Win Your Wishlist celebration procedure goes like this:

  1. Log in to your account on the Interweave store website, or if you don’t already have an account, create one.
  2. Find a product you like in our store and use the heart-shaped button to add it to your wish list. Repeat until your cart is full of up to $250 worth of products.
  3. Keep an eye out on March 29 when we will announce 3 winners.

So bring National Craft Month to a close the right way and fill up your wish list now! This could be the perfect opportunity to get into a new hobby without breaking the budget or just expand your horizons with a longtime hobby. I’ve been steadily getting into embroidery and crochet, and itching to start knitting, so I put together a wish list of my own that I would LOVE to win. Because I am an employee and cannot enter myself, I will have to live vicariously through you all—feel free to add any of my personal wish list items to your own.

1. Weldon’s Practical Needlework Deluxe Edition

Weldon's Collection

Weldon’s Deluxe Collection

Not only would this product be a beautiful addition to your library, but Volumes 1-6 will also give you plenty of ideas and inspiration. These volumes are filled with patterns from Victorian England for all sorts of garments and accessories—knitted, crocheted, embroidered, and so much more.

2. Tiger Lily, Scarlet Geranium, and Yellow Jessamine: Flowers to Knit Knitting Pattern Download


Flowers to knit

Bring in spring the right way with these beautiful knitted flower patterns. This project appeared in the March/April 2015 issue of PieceWork.

3. A Stargazer Lily in Japanese Silk Thread to Embroider


Stargazer Lily

Learn a new technique to illuminate your embroidery and brighten up any space. Michael Cook designed this gorgeous project as a companion to his fascinating article, “The Queen of Fibers: Making and Using Silk for Embroidery,” for the November/December 2016 issue of Piecework.

4. New Tatting eBook


New Tatting

Tatting has a rich traditional history, but it also is making way as a modern craft. Switch things up a bit with these fresh projects.

5. 5 Traditional Albanian Socks to Knit: A Travel Memoir in Stitches by Mimi Seyferth


Albanian socks

Get a head start on this year’s Christmas presents! How would your relatives like some handmade Albanian-inspired socks? In addition to complete instructions for making the fun socks, this PieceWork eBook offers insight into the tradition of knitting in Albania and includes photos of sites in Albania along with original Albanian socks Mimi Seyferth used as inspiration.


Build your wishlist today!


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