Lawn Fawn Intro: What’s Sewing On? & Secret Garden Window

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Spring 2023 Inspiration and Release week! On February 23 our 14 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 17 new standalone die sets, 2 new paper collections, and all of our exciting new products will be for sale at your favorite store and at! Woohoo! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

Daily Giveaway

We already have five places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Elephant Parade post!!
Pull ‘n Pop Pull Tab post!!
Sew Very Mice post!!
Eggstraordinary Easter & Eggstraordinary Easter Add-On post!!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of What’s Sewing On? paper collection! It features lovely embroidery stitch patterns that are perfect for all your sweet spring projects!

We are also introducing Secret Garden Window! This die set helps you create a window looking into a beautiful garden! The set includes a dotted window and flower window that can be used on their own or together. It also has flowers and stems for you to add pops of color to your garden! The dainty dotted border adds an extra sweet detail to your projects. 

Design Team Inspiration

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some cute ideas for these Easter and Spring sets! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Elise created a Secret Garden Window birthday card that is so beautiful! She used both of the pretty gray Backstitch patterns from What’s Sewing On. Her choice of the neutral color looks so perfect with the brightly colored flowers. To add her birthday greeting, Elise used the new Big Scripty Words Hot Foil Plates!

Megan‘s Secret Garden Window design is so adorable! She used the window to frame the sweet critters from Happy Hugs. Then she added a sweet message from Long Distance Hugs.

Lynnette‘s birthday card is so pretty featuring softly colored flowers. She used What’s Sewing On paper as the frame and also to fill the window. For the bold greeting she used Offset Sayings: Everyday.

Melissa used the Ladder Stitch pattern for her lovely scrapbook page! The pretty blue is so sweet behind her photos and flower embellishments. I love how she used the Embroidery Hoop hearts to add a grid pattern, it so creative!

Then Melissa made a sweet card with a stitched heart as the focal point! So adorable!

Grace‘s shaker design is the sweetest! She used Secret Garden Window to frame the mama and baby elephant so beautifully! I love the pretty lavender details she used and also the sparkly glitter in the shaker!

Latisha‘s baby card is so sweet! The delicate stitched flowers on the What’s Sewing On papers create a vintage look. The Moon and Stars Mobile and a simple message from Elephant Parade finish the design perfectly!

Audrey‘s card is so gorgeous! She cut the window from What’s Sewing On paper to frame the Darling Daffodils! The greeting is from the new Big Scripty Words Hot Foil Plates!

Caly created a lovely shaker card filling the window with crystal clear sequins! She colors she chose for the Secret Garden Window flowers are so beautiful! She found her sentiment in the Happy, Happy, Happy set!

I love how Elena added so many sweet details to her baby card! She used What’s Sewing On paper as a lovely background and then outlined the arched Secret Garden Window to call attention to the cute critters!

Intro Videos

Now, I have a quick video to introduce What’s Sewing On? paper collection! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

And now I have a video to introduce Secret Garden Window! I hope you will enjoy the video as we share some great ideas for this wonderful new die set! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching the intro videos today!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at What’s Sewing On? and Secret Garden Window! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us if you like to sew, stitch or enjoy another crafty pastime by February 22nd at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday, February 21st for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week, we love your comments, tweets, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube messages! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!


Spring 2023 Release Products will be available on February 23rd!
What’s Sewing On? paper collection
Secret Garden Window Lawn Cuts

Thanks so much for visiting, have an amazing day!


487 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: What’s Sewing On? & Secret Garden Window

  1. I cross stitch and also do other embroidery. I quilt too but don’t have much time or space for it. I love these ideas to combine stitching with cardmaking.

    1. I love needle crafts! My favorites are crochet, cross stitch, and embroidery! I can’t wait to combine these with paper craft using the new release!

    1. I would like to learn to crochet. Family and friends has given us so much because i gave birth to our lovechild and it is sooo cute 💙 i would use these cute stamps to make card for them and tell them how grateful we are for all they did made for Shawn 💙

  2. Wow, this inspiration week is flying by!
    I used to enjoy thread-related crafts, like sewing and knitting, when I was younger, I wish I had more time to get back into it.

  3. The secret garden window is soooo wonderful and magical. Love it. And the paper is so versatile.
    Unfortunately I am lacking the patience for stitching 🙁 but I used to crochet. And tried knitting but I wasn’t very successful ;P
    Thank you for all the wonderful inspiration and the intros.

  4. There’s something magical about a secret garden that I love. I cross stitch when I’m not making cards. I’ve made so many over the years, mostly gifts. I’m working on one now, this time for me.

  5. I’ve tried knitting, crocheting, cross stitching, weaving to make potholders, rug hooking, painting, and jewelry making, but my passion is card making! Love the secret garden window.

  6. It’s hard to choose a favorite this month! Baby elephants, sewing mice, garden frames – I feel like I’m in the Land of Oz!! Can’t wait to order these beautiful & fun new sets. Thank you Lawn Fawn!! 💖🌸💗

  7. That garden window is so cute and what possibilities! I do sew when needed, just finished three rooms of curtains for our new house.

  8. The paper is sew pretty! I also love the new die set and all the possibilities with that! I love to cross stitch and want to try embroidery.

  9. I love the different stitches on the paper! They create great original backgrounds.
    Also the window with the flowers as a frame is beautiful ❤️

  10. Love the new paper so pretty!
    I love to stitch I find it very relaxing
    The window frame is so nice that’s definitely going to be on my wishlist!

  11. I love all crafts but lately I especially love to color stamped images to design my cards!
    I also enjoy painting wood, slate die cuts & other pieces of funiture! 💗

  12. I LOVE the secret garden window. I have a few hobbies and what I love about that is that I have hobbies I can pick and chose to do depending on my time available, energy level and what person or event I might need to make something for. I love cardmaking, cross-stitching, decorative painting, drawing, knitting and crocheting.

  13. I enjoy small hand sewing projects- I’m not very skilled with a machine!

    I’m so excited to play with this die and the daffodils, too! I adore Grace’s elephant shaker card, it’s such a beautiful project.

  14. I like to sew, stitch, crochet, knit, pin loom weaving…basically if it’s a craft I’m up for at least giving it a try!

  15. Oh yes, I like to sew. One half of my craft room is for papercrafting and the other half is for quilting, wool applique and embroidery handwork. I have also done counted cross-stitch and crocheting in the past. Love the Secret Garden Window and What’s Sewing On paper.

  16. I am a keen crocheter, its a wonderful way to unwind with a little bit less equipment than card making so you can just sit with a hook and a ball of wall in front of the tv at night which is lovely!!

  17. I learned counted cross stitch as a child and I still really enjoy it. I don’t cross stitch as much as I used to but I do small projects occasionally.

  18. When I was little, my mom and her friend ran a needle craft store, they had more than needle crafts. I used to stock all the different yarns, I had to make sure they were all the same color lots, I would pick out cross stitch kits I would like to do, I got into everything and I was 8. I do not have my moms skill. I cannot knit and I’m trying hard to crochet, but to no avail. So for now I will stick with stamping. The rest will come later! Haha.

  19. I used to cross stich and sew, but it has been years. I still love seeing beautiful stitching work. These days, my stitching is with dies. Love the new paper! The window looks like it can be used in so many ways.

  20. I also love to do beaded cross stitch. I just started doing small projects after several years. The new paper is so pretty! Love all the beautiful inspiration.

  21. I used to embroider when I was younger, then moved to cross-stitch. My first paper craft was scrapbooking, now I prefer card making.

  22. The Secret Garden Window is just so adorable I love how you can combine it with so many of your previous stamps to create the perfect scene. I like to sew and stich but I have left those two aside a bit while I concentrated on more paper crafts lately and watercolour painting. I just don’t have time for all my crafty obsessions 🙂

  23. I did some cross stitch when I was younger but the other crafty hobby I do is diamond art! I love to do those kits

  24. Most of my sewing has been for quilts. I used to cross stitch a lot but now I mainly crochet and paper craft. I love the.versatility of the window dies.

  25. Love the cards and the Secret Garden Window die. Yes, I do other crafts. My family says too many other crafts. Being creative is a very big part of my life.

  26. I love to sew and stitch but unfortunately I don’t really know how so even if I start something with good intentions, it usually goes back into a box from the direction the project is heading in. Oh well, I have my cards to focus on anyway. I’m always willing to try anything though!

  27. Cards, cross-stitching and sewing with felt…my trifecta of crafty hobbies! Love that you’ve brought us sewing dies!

  28. I love cross stitching, but get frustrated with the time it takes to complete anything. That is why I love doing stitching on cards. More immediate gratification!

  29. I’m a big knitter and crocheter. I have some adorable patterns for critters that I love to crochet and they very much fit in with your adorable stamp critters!

  30. I do sew, no clothing just home decor items. I also quilt, but not very good at intricate piecing patterns. I love novelty prints so like my cards I make cutesy quilts 😊

  31. I would like to learn and try stichting on paper for making cards. But I am affraid of it.
    When I am not doing cards, I love coloring in books from Klára Marková or Johanna Basford.

  32. My mum taught me how to do long stitch and latch hook, but it’s been a very long time since I’ve done either… plus they’ve become harder to find. I was taught how to crochet by the same lady who introduced me to cardmaking a couple of years ago, but I much prefer cardmaking.

  33. My crafty pastimes include crochet, knitting, quilting, sewing doll clothes, and outfits/costumes for my granddaughters.

  34. I used to sew more than I do now, but still have all my stuff if I ever need to sew again. I’m just now learning cross stitch to cross stitch on cards and I plan to keep learning more techniques. Either way, I love the look of these items and they will be great for cards I make for people I know with those hobbies. Love it!

  35. I used to do other crafts too but now I just card make and scrapbook, me and sewing don’t go well together lol. 💚💚💚

  36. I used to sew when I was a teenager, but I have knitted blankets, in addition, to my paper crafting. Love the paper!! Have to get both sizes!!!

  37. I sew, cross stitch, needlepoint, knit, and crochet. I love to make stitched cards as well as cross stitched cards. I would love to see some stitched floral designs as a background die from lawn fawn.

  38. I can barely sew straight line! But i can sew a button on! I prefer paper crafting & will do Canvas painting when I can be outside in good lighting & nice weather!

  39. I used to do a lot of sewing (clothing, pillows, crafts) and cross stitch. I’m working on felt heart pins now (to take a break from paper crafting). I love the new paper! Cute cards today.

  40. Great release! My mother was a seamstress and unfortunately I never picked up the sewing bug from her. However, I did pick up other crafting bugs from her so am truly grateful that she shared her talents with me.

  41. I am currently not a sewer or stitcher. I used to do a lot of cross stitch back in the day, but haven’t for many years. I do enjoy the look of stitching on cards, both hand and machine.

  42. I hand-sewed for many years. Now I have
    an embroidery machine and I can do my
    stitching so much faster and they are much
    more intricate designs. Love this release.
    thanks for sharing.

  43. Always love window dies- this garden one is lovely. Loved the stars and moon mobile – so cute! Besides card crafting, I like to crochet with a group at work. We crochet all kinds of things for charity. But I only crochet square or rectangular things – must be the card-making influence that’s in me!

  44. I know the basics of sewing but feel I will never be as good at it as my mom is. The things she creates are store-worthy.

  45. Papercrafting is my true love!! However, I’ve been learning how to do hand embroidery and I’ve gotten back into knitting. My project for 2023 is knitting a temperature blanket based on the daily temperatures in my hometown!

  46. I do like to see but sadly all my sewing time is mostly mending. But I do crochet a bit now and then (mostly hats because they’re quick).

  47. Love this new die – perfect for my favourite card to create – a SHAKER!!
    I also love to do decorative painting and lately I’ve been getting into stenciling.
    My friends know me for my unlimited amount of shortbread in lots of different flavours that magically appear in mailboxes and on porches 🙂

  48. I used to do cross stitching, and now I also do paint pouring along with paper crafts. Thanks for the chance to win.

  49. I love to cross stitch and I love that you brought some cross stitching into this new release. I also love to sew so many things on this new release are must-haves!

  50. Love that Secret Garden Window! I used to knit and crochet but had to give something up with my hands going numb, now all I do is paper craft!

  51. I love to do crafty things. Mostly cardmaking but also painting. I want to try paint pouring. It looks like so much fun!

  52. I don’t sew or stitch. My only craft is card making but it consumes me! 😉
    Also Megan’s card was amazing. I wanted to hug someone it was so inspiring.

  53. I know how to stitch, my nana taught me years ago, and I still do it occasionally. It’s one of my favourite hobbies to do with her 😍

  54. Fortunately and unfortunately (time, wallet and husband opinion) I enjoy all stitching crafts! Sewing, quilting, embroidery, knitting, and of course paper crafts.

  55. Growing up my mom made all our clothes. I wish I would have taken an interest in sewing when mom was still here. Now I have mom’s sewing machines and am slowing teaching myself how to quilt.

  56. I’m not great at sewing but I do enjoy it when I attempt. My go-to needlework craft is knitting but I rarely make time for it due to enjoying paper crafts more.

  57. I do enjoy cross stitch in the evenings and it’s an easy craft to carry with me when I’m going to need something to do. I used to sew occasionally but I am not very good. Lol. I also crochet from time to time.

  58. I love to sew. I have done cross stitch and quilting. My mom left an unfinished embroidery canvas when she passed and I hope to finish that someday soon. I am loving this release.

  59. I don’t sew, but I just recently started to crochet – mostly amigurumi, but some blankets and other fun things. Cardmaking will always be my favorite crafty hobby, though

  60. Besides making cards I love crocheting and my fav in that is amigurumi. I just love making small stuffed animals and figures like baby yoda ❤️

  61. The papers are so pretty and work so well with the Secret Garden window! Such creative cards, I especially like the baby cards with the wee elephants. I can sew, knit and do embroidery (my Mum taught me when I was just a girl), but haven’t done it in a while.

  62. This garden window is so versatile! I have been crafting since I was about 10 (I’m now 70) and have done lots of different things like knitting, making beaded ornaments, ceramics (my parents business) and tons of sewing. I still sew but pretty much stick with stamping and scrapbooking now.

  63. These projects are sew sweet!!!
    I love all things involving hand-stitching! Since I was about 8 years old I’ve had a needle in my hand, even doing some stitching (with a sewing machine) for a group project when I was in architecture school. Currently, I am working on an applique + beaded kit to make a stocking for myself so that my stocking looks like it fits with the stockings that were lovingly made for my hubby by his grandma and my kids by my aunt.

  64. The secret garden window is definitely a MUST HAVE. I cross-stitch, embroider, sew, quilt…all kinds of other things, but right now I am focused on cards.

  65. Love the secret garden window! All the cards are awesome. I having been sewing for a long time but card making is my favorite craft.

  66. Cardmaking and scrapbooking are by far my favourite crafty thing to do, but I also enjoy calligraphy and cross-stitching when I can ♥

  67. I love to sew and these mice are so cute I’m thinking about making some mice seeing art boxes to decorate my craft room!

  68. I love to cross stitch on card stock. I have found the small cross stitch designs are perfect for cards. Perforated paper is not so easy to find anymore but some craft stores do still carry it.

    1. Hi Ms. Cindy. There are dies available that make perfect holes to resemble aida cloth, some in design and some just a big blank to freestyle. Check into it.

  69. I don’t stitch anymore but have done needlepoint, cross stitch, rug hooking and embroidery. I’ve taken a class in sewing but never had a decent machine to work with. I wish somebody would come out with a reasonable priced machine that would stitch on cards.

  70. When I’m not making cards, I love to cross stitch. I do enjoy sewing, however, it’s been put on the back burner for a few years.

  71. Oh the paper is really pretty! And the secret window garden is absolutely stunning, looking forward to start making cards with the window!

  72. I do cross stitch, needlepoint, and knitting. I have just started learning to quilt. These new sets are “sew” exciting!!

  73. Oh boy do I. I love Counted cross stitch, needlepoint, quilt piecing, quilting, quilling, embroidery and just bought my 1st Diamond Dotz kit. My wanna do is way bigger than my can do, but I keep dreaming! Happy spring y’all! 🌾🐦❤

  74. I love to see. I haven’t counted cross stitched anything for years but I have a couple of patterns I’d like to make!

  75. That secret garden window is so beautiful! Love it! I enjoy cross stitching – it’s actually how my adventure with card making started – I was stitching small pictures that I wanted to turn into Christmas & Easter & Wedding cards, and I started googling ideas – this opened a whole new world to me!

  76. Love this release. I have done a lot of crafting stuff, sewing, crocheting and even needle point. But paper crafts are my favorite!!

  77. I like to play play sew. I don’t really know how to domit, but I pull my machine out and get small repair jobs doen.

  78. My great aunt introduced me to cross stitch when I was a kid, but I only recently picked it up again. I sew a little, but I’m not very good at it. I mostly stick to squares or rectangles, like blankets for my son and cats.

  79. I learned to crochet and started to learn how to knit from my grandmother many years ago. I’d love to learn counted crossstitch. I used to do quilling as well but have not done that in ages. I used to sew little dolls whose bodies were pincushions… cute and easy to make. I’m a full-time teacher (HS French/Spanish) and that does not leave me a lot of spare time. I do gardening in the spring and summer. I have beautiful flower beds and the yard really keeps me busy. I think this line of LF products is adorable.
    Lori S in PA

  80. I don’t sew or stitch. My only crafty passion right now is cardmaking, although I would like to do some painting or watercoloring sometime, outside of cardmaking.

  81. My grandma taught me to embroider when I was a young girl, but I mainly cross stitch. I love stitching on paper!I would love to see cover plate dies with an entire scene to stitch. Watercolors are another favorite medium, especially travel sketches.

  82. Sew many cute ideas! Loving that fabulous window die too!
    I don’t do any sewing, but I dabble just a bit with beading and needle felting!

  83. These inspiration posts are full of the sweetest ideas! Love the new products! I used to cross stitch quite a bit, but not much lately…

  84. I love sewing, quilting, knitting, crocheting, embroidery, tapestry…in other words, I am too diversified for my own good! Boredom is not in my vocabulary 😂

  85. These cards are sew cute! They are beautiful! I love to do embroidery. My grandma taught me. At Christmas all of us cousins would fight for her embroidered towels playing the dice game. Love this release! Nice job LF!

  86. I like to sew, embroider and cross-stitch, crochet, make cards, paint with watercolor, …
    I love the secret garden window, the daffodils, and always love new paper!

  87. I love needle crafts. My favorites are crochet, cross stitch, and embroidery. I can’t wait to combine these with paper craft using the new release!

  88. Sewing? Uh, that’s a definite no!! Stitching I can do but my favorite crafting involves paper. Looking forward to tonight’s premiere.

  89. This What’s Sewing On paper is gorgeous! I love the floral images and the stitching images. Gonna be a fun one to use. My main hobby is papercrafting – mainly cards. But I also dabble in Diamond Dotz style crafting, and I have a lot of jewelry / beading supplies. I used to make a lot of earrings and necklaces but I have kinda gotten away from it. I still collect gems and fun beads and stones so I need to get back onto that bandwagon soon and use up some of my great stash!

  90. That window die looks fantastic. Can’t wait to get one. I used to sew but I don’t anymore. I do on occasion knit but as I get older I’ve gotten some arthritis in my hands that make it hard to do. My passion now is papercrafting.

  91. I used to cross stitch and scrapbook, but now just make cards. I’d like to start doing some water color and felt art, which I’ve admired for a while now.

  92. I enjoy every craft – creating is so cathartic for me, talk about releasing the endorphins after completing a project!!

  93. Crocheting is my go to when I’m not card making. It’s just so calming and I can take it anywhere. Literally anywhere (aka I’m the weirdo in the coffee line everyone’s jealous of because I brought something fun to do while I wait my turn).
    These sets are soo adorable. I am excited for this release!

  94. I love the new paper pack, the theme is very minimal so it’s perfect for any type of card. The secret garden window is another must have as well!

  95. Card making is my go-to craft right now but I do like to do crewel embroidery and counted cross stitch and have recently discovered needle felting – it’s really fun!

  96. This collection is so cool! I used to cross-stitch – it was a passion years ago. I don’t sew at ALL, but I do love to crochet!

  97. Lovely window cards! I used to cross stitch many years ago. The past few years I like to make stuff with my cricut, have been concentrated on cardmaking since I discovered the cuteness of Lawn fawn

  98. I like needle point, but haven’t done it in years! I mostly make cards and layouts now! Love this new collection 😍

  99. I am not a stitcher and although I own a sewing machine I do not use it too much, made some hooded towels 6 years ago…
    Still love the new paper and those mice…

  100. I don’t enjoy sewing as much as I do stamping, but I have a sewing machine and use it to fix clothes or create small things that don’t need to look perfect.

  101. I use to enjoy cross stitch but I have not done it for years as I don’t have the time. I really like the secret garden window and the way you could make tunnel cards.

  102. I enjoy cross stitch! I’m excited for this theme! I’ve been doing it since I was young. My mom does it as a hobby and of course I had to do all of the things!

  103. Every creative activity is something for me. I used to sew all sorts of things for myself, now I focus more on making cards, however, I would love to try stitching.

  104. i barely have time to make cards! i admire those that are so time efficient and have time for other crafts. i find it nearly impossible to stamp and color etc.

  105. Oh i love the secret garden window die!!! I can imagine a few possibilities for cards already! 🙂
    So I’ve always been a crafter since as i like to say, “since i came out of the womb” lol …. aside from cardmaking and scrapbooking, I like to make home decor pieces, wreaths and swags and I started to dip my hand in some resin work this past year.
    Jo from the Jersey Shore

    1. I have done so many cross stitches, we’ve run out of wall space! I love scrapbooking, and crochet too… my fave is card making though xx

  106. I have done so many cross stitches, we’ve run out of wall space! I love scrapbooking, and crochet too… my fave is card making though xx

    Sorry I commented in the wrong part!!

  107. I am attempting to teach myself how to crochet! I do sew occasionally, when needed, like for my kids’ Halloween costumes.

  108. I love sewing! I made my daughters clothes growing up and all of her jackets, and of course some stuffed animals😊

  109. No not into sewing on cards or otherwise. I like making home decor if not card making or scrapbook making. I adored the scrapbook page it was so cute.

  110. I have always wanted to learn how to use a sewing machine, but I haven’t done it, yet! The last thing I need is another addiction and I can see fabric competing with paper!

  111. My other pastime is to do watercolour paintings. I love it. I tend to go back and forth between making cards and painting.

  112. I don’t sew or stitch! I tried cross-stitching but couldn’t finish a picture haha! I did like to make friendship bracelets etc! haha i prefer papercrafts! Cardmaking and origami!

  113. I’ve been sewing, crocheting, knitting and cross stitching ever since I was 10 years old. I learned it from my Obachan (grandma, in Japanese) and my mom!

  114. Ooh, so many ideas on what to use these for already! I do all sorts of crafting: sewing, knitting, crochet, tatting (needle and shuttle), and the occasional others. Love this release!

  115. I like to cross stitch but don’t do it often. I have 2 projects going, one that I that I started probably 8 – 10 years ago and another in 2020. I can’t remember the last time I worked on either of them – maybe I need to dig those out soon. There’s just not enough free time.

  116. I began my crafty journey with embroidery-my grandma taught me. Then cross-stitching—so love to stitch on my cards!

  117. I used to embroider, so what I love most about the new paper pack, What’s Sewing On, is that the stitches aren’t quite regimented. That is, they creatively show “the hand” in the work. (And since my hands were never quite regimented, I appreciate their bit of uniqueness.)

    Also, I love the Secret Garden Window combo. So pretty. Truly the perfect combo, they make a wonderful backdrop.

  118. I mostly enjoy making cards and paper crafting with Lawn Fawn. But I also do cross stitching, knitting, wreath making, and stitching felt stocking and ornaments. I’m just so in Love with this what’s sewing on? new release so much.

  119. My mom taught me to crochet and embroider when I was 6. I also used to love cross stitch, but my old eyes can’t handle it anymore!

  120. Cross-stitch and embroidery (we won’t talk about that stash.) I’m learning to knit. At some point I’d like to figure out quilting. Then cards and scrapbook pages.

  121. This is the best die in this release ✌🏽 I do not sew…only paper craft! But a little Hello I could complete 😉

  122. I love this set and really enjoyed all the videos.
    You guys do a great job explaining everything and showing all of the options.
    I would be over the moon if I won this.

  123. I like to embroider and recently started sewing. I love this set and really enjoyed all the videos.
    You guys do a great job explaining everything and showing all of the options.
    I would be over the moon if I won this.

  124. To be honest, sewing and needles don’t go desperately well together with me! But I still think this set is sew cute! But the garden window die is amazing!

  125. I can sew, knit, crochet, embroider, cross stitch ….. etc … but the past many years – paper crafting is my obsession

  126. I went through a phase of embroidering pillow cases 3 decades ago and because I still have the supplies, I will try to stitch on paper. Thanks for the inspiration.

  127. I mostly like to paper craft, but I have sewn in the past and done cross stitch. Looks like I need to sew soon, m son reminded me that he wants an adult sized version of the apron I made him when he was five. 🙂

  128. I’m loving the sewing theme. I sew clothes and make cards. Right now I’m trying to make a dress form. Hopefully I¡m be able to make a lovely dress in real life to match the ones the mice are making.

  129. I use to cross stitch a lot but stopped after having kids. Cross stitch is now all the rage in cardmaking now. I still have all my tools, hoops and needles so maybe I’ll start again.

  130. I love the secret garden window die so much! I do not sew as my hands can’t hold needles too long (arthritis) but maybe for a little stitched heart I can bear some pain.

  131. I just love the shaker card idea with the secret window die and I love all the new stitchy stamps, dies and papers. It combines my love of card making with my love of stitching.

  132. I loved all the adorable samples shown. I love to papercraft and have just included stitching and a little embroidery on my projects.

  133. This looks like a very versatile die. I like to try anything crafty, knitting,crocheting,watercolor painting……am I good… But I still try!:)

  134. In the past I have done a few embroidery projects and mor recently I enjoy the stitching with cards. Thank you for sharing these beautiful products – love the secret garden !

  135. I like to sew but I am not very good at it, so I don’t do it very often. I like to make my own rules about how I sew. 🙂

  136. I like sewing but I’m not the greatest, I cross stitch alot however. All my baby birth info are stitched on these cute little owl patterns

  137. I love to sew up bags & pouches, quilt, EPP, FPP, knit, crochet, paper crafts, wreath making, vinyl decals on my silhouette cameo, and jewelry making. Card making is a renewed passion of mine and Lawn Fawn was my favorite then and now. After seeing all the new products I’m ready to make all of the cards! 💕

  138. I used to work in a sewing factory. We mainly did snowmobile clothing, but we also did work for cabela, land’s end and polaris. I haven’t worked there for over 25 years. Now a days I only sew if my granddaughter needs alterations on things. Back in the day I also did cross stitch and embroidery, haven’t done that in a long time, but I love the paper. It’s on my list

  139. I love the cards made by the design team! They are so talented and creative! I love to do embroidery and needlepoint when I’m not papercrafting. It’s very relaxing for me and I’m loving being able to do both at the same time!

  140. These intros and samples and so fun! I used to sew and knit too but health issues shut that down, papercrafting at this point works for me but I hope I can get back to the others in the future.

  141. All my crafty time is now devoted to card making but at various points in my life, I have been a quilter and a cross-stitcher.

  142. I have a sewing machine but I don’t know how to use it! I have also done a few simple embroidery pieces before. But I should stick to paper crafting where I know what I’m doing, lol.

  143. My mom and aunt are the sewers and quilters in my family, so they’ll love getting these sewing-themed cards. Cardmaking is pretty much my most crafty enterprise these days and Lawn Fawn is perfect for it!

  144. My mom use to work as a seamstress and she is my go to seamstress so the stitching and sewing set is so sweet and reminds me of her. She taught me knitting but i can only knit a long scarf 🙂 Cardmaking is my favorite crafty past time always! 🙂

  145. I do own a sewing machine and a lot of fabric but I do not love to sew. I wish I did. These sets are so cute – I love the window!!!!!

  146. The sew mice are so adorable! They perfectly combine my two main hobbies … Paper crafting and quilting! I also dabble in as little embroidery or crochet work now and then. These little mice are must haves!!

  147. I grew up sewing and doing cross stitch and crocheting. Now, most of my non-card making craft time is with a crochet hook.

  148. I have done a bit of all the crafts. Lol I sew and have made many things from clothes for my boys to brides maid dresses to baptism outfits. But my favorite crafts are paper crafts.

  149. My sewing skills are rudimentary at best and I haven’t done any for a long time. However, I recently bought some beautiful fabric to make a throw pillow for my bed. I’m still sitting on it because I don’t want to mess it up.

  150. I love to sew and stitch. I’m president of the Humboldt County Chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America. This release will let me combine two of my hobbies!

  151. I love to cross stitch! I especially love to cross stitch cards and do embroidery on cards. Stitched cards are my favorite to make!

  152. I used to sew my kids clothes and do a lot of counted cross stitch but now my thing is making cards and sending them.

  153. I have sewn my whole life: clothes, quilts, mending. However, I have kinda put that aside to make cards. I’m enjoying that a lot!

  154. I’m not really into sewing, embroidery, cross-stitch or any of those craft because my love for paper crafts is way bigger, card making being one of the main ones but this is a great way to incorporate some of those crafts and fuse the two together to give a different look to cards.

  155. I love sewing – make lots of my own wardrobe myself (seems like I have a taste that doesn’t coordinate with what they call trendy and I never seem to find anything I like in the stores). And now that I have a grandson I love sewing stuff for him as well. He’s two now and picks the fabrics he likes and I turn them into trousers and shirts. Bonus – the little stuff is so much quicker to finish than dresses for myself!

  156. I used to do a lot of sewing, I loved making dresses and matchning little hats for my daughter when she was little. I don’t sew as much anymore, but I still enjoy it when I do. I also enjoy cross stitching.

  157. I wish I could sew but sadly my vision makes that very difficult. So I stick to paper crafting. I do love how people are combining the two – the results are amazing.

  158. I used to do Cross Stitch years ago but this new release has me excited about doing it again. I can’t wait to try embroidery on a card. Thank you for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  159. I love daffodils! They used to grow wild in the pasture (someone must have dropped some bulbs by accident??) and every year it surprised me how early they would appear.

  160. My mom was an awesome seamstress, when we were young, she would make a lot of our clothes, she also did alterations for friends. She taught me how to sew and crochet. I also like to do cross stitch and embroidery, along with paper crafts.
    I love everything that has been shown so far this week.

  161. I love paper crafts and in the past I’ve quilted and done embroidery. But right now it’s all about the paper and stamps. 😉

  162. “What’s sewing on?” is absolutely enchanting! I love it sew much! haha! I cannot resist the cute, punny critters and supplies you all come up with. They make me smile!

    I learned to sew as a child. I still do a little bit of sewing, but these days, it isn’t my primary artform. Aside from paper crafting, crochet is the craft I do most often, followed by knitting. I often need sewing techniques for finishing knitting and crochet projects, so I do use my sewing skills. Lately I have also been stitching on my scrapbooking layouts and cards — I love and adore the look of fiber + paper.

    I bought “Den Sweet Den” because I could not resist a knitting mama bear. I doubt I’ll be able to resist those adorable stitched papers, either. Pure cuteness!

    I love that new secret garden die, too. I <3 this new release!!!!

  163. I learned to embroider when I was young and also cross stitched, but haven’t done either in a long time. I didn’t get into sewing, though, and now I concentrate on making cards. Love this window frame set!

  164. I love to crosstitch. I have several “unfinished” projects going at the moment. I’m still working on my sewing skills, but do enjoy it when I sit down to the sewing machine. I’m pretty good at making coin purses or pencil pouches. 🙂

  165. My Grandma taught me to embroider when I was a teenager. I have loved it ever since. One of my many many crafty hobbies.

  166. I can sew if I have to, but I don’t enjoy it. I don’t mind cross stitch or embroidery, but I’ll do it in spurts. I’ll do it for a couple of months, lose interest then come back to it another time.

  167. I love to sew, cross-stitch or use pieces of fabric on projects. I used to help my grandma make lamps when I was younger. We would wrap fabric around the frame and she would sew panels of stitch work she created. Those lamps were so beautiful and special.

  168. I used to make things with plastic canvas, and I can sew on patches or buttons……I added dangling jewels to a jacket for a country look!

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