26 November 2010

all aboard for the Handmade Living. blog tour + G I V E A W A Y

Greetings all,
Today I have the pleasure of welcoming author
Tania McCartney to my blog. Gorgeous Tania is launching a blog tour for Handmade Canberra’s glorious book . . .
handmade living: a designer collective. Yippee, all aboard, the tour starts here!!
I’m a lucky contributor in this awesome publication & I’m honoured to present . . . a little chat between Tania & myself, spilling the beans on What is Handmade Living.??
Tania: Well, it’s a fabulous new book! But to really give you a sense of what it’s truly about, let’s talk about handmade living in a conceptual sense. Essentially, I believe ‘handmade living’ is the new black – it’s undergone an incredible resurgence, mostly on the back of the internet… blogs and stores like made it and etsy – platforms that have made it incredibly easy for talent all over the world to market and sell their extraordinary wares. You, of all people, know all about this…

Posie: Do I ever!! I’ve been in my Posie handmade business for 10 years, once considered a niche!! Being able to sell online allows you to work the hours which suit your work & family. Ordering stock & materials from websites all over the world can really enhance your unique handmade angle too!! I love that phrase ‘handmade living is the new black’, handmade really is a lifestyle now too, don’t you think??

Tania: Absolutely. ‘Handmade living’ is about incorporating handmade objects and projects into your lifestyle. People want to make their homes and lives personal, eclectic, ‘different’ – it’s ├╝ber cool to DIY – people are realising that not only does handmade bring a unique flavour and beauty to our lives, it give us longevity, whimsy and collectible history that can be handed down and enjoyed for decades to come – not only in terms of quality and style, but also in terms of posterity.

Posie: Totally agree. This is how my passion for patchwork started - I wanted one for my first daughter & didn’t like the tired & boring ones available (in 1998) so taught myself to make one – traditional craft with a fresh twist & modern style. A handmade home ware is no longer associated with a crocheted purple toilet roll cover your grandmother made . . . it’s something beautiful, high end; made with love & artful detail - you simply can’t get from chain store mass production.

Tania: I’m so over mass-produced products. I don’t buy much any more, but when I do – I want to invest in special. And thanks to this book, I’ve met even more amazing talent to spend my money on!


Posie: Ditto!! Try working in Shop Handmade & not bringing every single item home. Supporting small Australian handmade businesses - people like to know their dollar counts. Speaking of which, Shop will stock handmade living too. The preorder hype has been palpable. Tania, what is the book is about, in a nutshell?


Tania: handmade living: a designer collective is a collection of incredible projects, ideas and inspiration from handmade designers all over Australia. The line-up of talent is just stunning – some of it pure cottage industry, some really established businesses, ALL combining handmade philosophies and construction in their work. Essentially, the book is a showcase of these designers – it’s been a real pleasure to support their individual journeys.


Posie: It’s amazing to see everyone together in one place, all those different styles, mediums, experience levels in ONE book. The common thread, pun intended, is that all these designers share a love for handmade ways, indeed handmade living.


Tania: I know – it’s so exciting. We have artists, foodies, seamstresses, crafters, paper artists, photographers, event organisers, fashion designers, jewellers, sculptors, ceramicists, chocolatiers, screen printers… the list goes on.

Posie: It’s not just for the ladies, my husband can’t wait to trial the chocolate recipes, flicking straight to the foodie section, of course. The images & styling are so delicious & inviting. The variety makes handmade living. so much more than just a craft book!!


Tania: It’s so wonderful to hear you say that – working on this book was a total labour of love for all of us – and I’m so so excited to see people’s reaction. There are so many amazing elements to it and as you said when you first saw it – incredible value for money ... over 70 projects and inspirational ideas in this book for under $40! We feel so proud we can offer such a book to the Australian market.

Posie: My reaction - speechless, eyes bulging, in awe - going over each & every page in slow motion!!

Tania: I think it’s the first time I’ve ever seen you speechless! LOL!

Posie: I love how the book is cleverly divided into chapters, brilliant for speedy inspiration. The whimsy of the children’s section, creating things for my children . . . they can pick a project + a fabric from my stash, voila, a new generation truly appreciating the personal touch of handmade. If you’re experienced, just add more detail & your own little spin.


Posie: I was so excited when you first approached me about contributing to the book. I signed up without hesitation of course, my mind spinning with ideas outside of what I sew for my own business. Where did the idea come from, to do a Handmade book??

Tania: We couldn’t have done it without you! As for the origins of the book, it was a natural extension of the Handmade Canberra brand – first the Market, then the Shop, now the Book. I was having dinner with Handmade founder Julie Nichols and some other clever women, when I mentioned writing a book, Julie said ‘let’s make it happen’. So we did.

Posie: As simple as that, a brilliant idea over dinner & you went with your heart & made it happen!! Love that tenacity & drive.


Tania: When we say we’re going to do something, we don’t muck around – I mean, why wait? If you say something, do it! The dinner was late February of this year. By April, we had designers applying to be part of the book and June we were in production. Files were sent in August and our book has just been delivered for the 4th December launch.

Posie: Did it take a lot of people to put this book together; the production side I mean?


Tania: It took a small team a lot of hours. Julie Nichols ran production, Tina Snerling created illustrations, graphics and templates, Louise Hall managed admin, plus we had some amazing contributors – along with your sweet self, we had Shop Handmade’s Rachel Evagelou, photographer Hilary Wardaugh, Rosalind Grace for proofreading, some beautiful adult and child models. I took care of writing, editing, photography and the layout, design and typesetting. Phew!

Posie: I can only imagine the long hours, meetings, emails, proofing - with everyone putting the pieces together. I was thrilled to contribute my projects, collaborations & props for styling. I have been collecting vintage craft supplies & toys forever; knew they’d come in handy one day!! It’s all in the detail.


Tania: I agree – and this book is full of detail. Honestly, it’s like nothing ever seen on the market before. Not only is it packed with original and revamped handmade project ideas, it’s also a glorious peek into the creative minds of some really talented people – and I know those in the crafting world love to meet and learn about talent. It’s such a networking thing… the handmade community is so supportive and generous – I love it.


Posie: A customer at Shop Handmade was preordering a copy & said it sounds like “the perfect coffee table book”. It’s a beautiful book filled with photographs brimming with ideas for how to display your handmade product after you’ve made it or bought it. I do this for a living & I’m inspired from the quirky styling details in handmade living.


Tania: It’s also really exciting that the book has sections that would attract everyone… kids can get busy embellishing a plain white tank top or foodies can create an exclusive recipe from a master chocolatier… Homelovers can choose from divine decorating ideas, amateur photographers can receive tips from the best in the biz, and fashionistas can learn how to create a wedding dress using three different embellishment ideas. And that’s only a handful of what’s on offer. It’s creative nirvana!

Posie: Tania, it’s been such fun chatting about the this incredible book, congratulations. I’m so excited about the imminent launch & know more people are inspired to be ‘handmade living’ with a copy of the book in their hot little hands. What do you hope handmade living will give its readers?


Tania: I hope handmade living not only showcases the amazing handmade talent we have in this country, but that it will inspire readers to slow down, appreciate and enjoy the process of making something by hand . . . I hope it inspires them to do some handmade living.


Handmade products carry such a whimsical, loving spirit within them and creating something from scratch is truly heart-fulfilling, ecologically sound and so appreciated by the recipient. I hope this book encourages people to pass on handmade ways to their children before these time-honoured techniques are lost in a barrage of soul-less technology.

& now for the official word . . . handmade living: a designer collective will be launched at Canberra’s magical Handmade Christmas Market at the Kamberra Wine Company in Lyneham on 4 December (11am to 7pm). See www.handmadecanberra.com.au for more details. The book will also be available at Shop Handmade on 4 December and Australia-wide from Monday 6 December . . . you can order one from Posie too!!

A callout for designers will be made mid-January 2011 for the spectacular Christmas-themed handmade living book. Keep an eye on Handmade Canberra for more.

& did someone mention a G I V E A W A Y??  Just follow this blog & leave a comment here for your chance to win a copy of Handmade Living. + a cute crafty sewing kits & i'll make up the prize value to over $100 with the latest quirky & vintage fabrics to get you into handmade living!!
 Oh, imagine how stunning a Handmade Christmas book would be, let me at it!! 
Thanks everyone, have gorgeous weekends, love Posie
EDIT: if we get over 100 comment entries i'll make up the g i v e a w a y to over $150 worth of fabric, prize total over $200!!  So go get your friends to enter too!!
Winner announced Friday 3rd December, just so you know if you need to buy one from the Handmade Market, Shop Handmade or me after it's released!!  Good luck everyone!!

131 comments:

Amanda said...

Sounds like a fantastic book and a great giveaway. Think it might be on my christmas list even if I don't win.

Megan said...

would love a copy of Handmade Living and i think your crafty kits are very cute!

Lena said...

Now this is my kind of giveaway. I'm in awe of all the wonderful and talented contributers to the Handmade Living book and would love to be inspired and create my own some kind of wonderful:)

wolfkit said...

Did someone say fabrics, book and sewing at the same time? Breathe girl, breathe.

kirsty said...

would love to win a copy of this most fantastic book. thanks so much for the opportunity.

x

JANE said...

Hmm, I think a copy might well wing its way to Planet Baby for Christmas...J x

Little Angel Little Devil said...

I have been sewing for over 20 years and there are plenty of projects in this book I will be taking on!! Just when I thought I knew it all...along comes a book with new projects for me to explore!!

Megan Blandford said...

The book sounds amazing, ladies!

Little Ted Canvas said...

What a fabulous book! Handmade sure is the new black, I can barely bring myself to buy mass produced & commercial these days, not only due the that "utmost challenge" I am participating in but because the products are so much more beautiful & unique..

Jennie said...

This book sounds fantastic Jennie!
Well done you guys!xx

JODIE said...

Sounds like a fabulous book. I can't wait to see it. :-)

clare's craftroom said...

Who wouldn't want this book ! Count me in please Jen , ta .

Kerry said...

That was such a fantastic interview Jennie. You and Tania, and all the others are absolutely inspirational. Huge applause to all of you. And if I don't win, I'll surely be buying a copy :)

hetti said...

Lovely book, lovely blog, thanks.

Jane said...

oh I'm so jealous that you are able to go to Handmade Living shop so often - I have watched it unfold online and think maybe I should plan a holiday to canberral

I am a follower (love your blog by the way!) and would LOVE a copy of the book.

I recently bought my first home and have put a ban on buying any more books for a little while until I get into the swing of a mortgage etc.

Thanks for sharing (and sorry for over-sharing!)

Creative Corner said...

Sounds like the book is the perfect gift for my Mum! I have a feeling it will find it's way to her house in February next year!

Creative Corner said...

The book would be a perfect gist for my Mum! Fairly sure one will find itself in her mail box for her February birthday next year!

Tania McCartney said...

Thanks everyone! The book is already receiving rave reviews and will be in the media soon! It's been some trip and we hope you ADORE it as much as we do! Tania x

Cate said...

Ooo yes, I would love to get my hands on a copy of this book!! xxx

Bloom said...

Wow, this is just the most exciting news. Warmest congratulations on being part of what is sure to be a resounding Aussie success! Can't wait for an exciting blog tour to read all the details. Best wishes to you and all your contributors.

Little Cooties said...

I love the sewing kits - gorgeous! and the book looks like a great resource

Seaweed and Raine said...

Oh boy! When you left a comment telling me to check out the giveaway, my curiosity got the better of me. But when I saw the cover on the book & all the goodies - I just bubbled with excitement! A little sunshiney spot for my day! Thanks for the offer Posie!
P.S. I finally clicked on the "follow" :)

Anne said...

I would love a copy of this book!! My son is about to move to Canberra next week so maybe i can persuade him to go looking for the shop and buy me one for Christmas!
Cheers
Anne

Galit said...

Oh, that's an awesome giveaway!
Following you and crossing my fingers!!

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

The book is absolutely amazing - love your projects Jennie! Your interview with Tania is very insightful. Well done.

NessaKnits said...

Whoops, meant to post that here. Letter box run and back! Can't wait to get mine!

Ruby Star said...

gosh, what a great book... and just in time for christmas :) your sewing kits would be great stocking fillers too i think x

Bec said...

The book sounds awesome, and what a fabulous giveaway!!

Posie Patchwork said...

Thank you everyone for entering, this is fantastic!! Keep the entries coming, loving the feedback, good luck, love Posie

Lindy in Brisbane said...

Just discovered your blog following a link to your beautiful book. I was particularly touched by your post about your Mum. Hope your weekend goes well.

The Handmaden said...

Ooh, i'd love to be in the draw please!

plushka said...

There was no doubt this book will be a great success! I love it already and cannot wait to get to Canberra (hopefully on 10th) and check it out!!! Thank you Jennie for the gorgeous giveaway:) X

Posie Patchwork said...

This is for Anastacia C whose comment just wouldn't update:
Congratulations on the book - so great to see more Aussie handmade crafty books and goods!!!

Thea said...

I just finished looking through my copy of the book (thanks Tania!) and I can honestly tell you that it's the most beautiful craft book that I have ever seen. I am so proud that it is Australian and all Aussie craft lovers need to buy this book! It's truly fabulous. Congratulations to all involved! I so want to be part of the next book. xx

AnastasiaC said...

Fantastic interview - i really enjoyed reading this and looking forward to seeing the book in the shops -its great to see more people embracing Handmade and appreciating all things handmade with love!

Hope said...

Sounds good!

Lisar said...

I would love to WIN a copy of this book, however I have already popped it on my must purchase list anyway...

The Clip Cafe said...

Oh I have seen so much of this book around and would love to win it! Thanks so much for the chance - the whole package is delightful.
I will add to my side bar too :-)

Naturally Carol said...

Hi Posie, I have just joined your blog as a follower and would love to be considered as a contender for your lovely book giveaway!

Maxabella said...

What a great interview, Posie. I really loved reading all about it. Tania is so inspirational and you, well, you're darling Posie.

I really fancy a 'handmade living' and can use all the help I can get. Hope I win!! x

Rebecca Johnson said...

Ahhh i would LOVE to win a copy!! There is so much talent and creativity out there... xx

lisa :: the red thread said...

Oh yes please! I am regretting not contributing to this book - I can't wait to see it! And a fabric giveaway?! Count me in please!
x

Sarah said...

Looks like a fantastic book. Today is the first I have stumbled across your blog and here I am a couple of hours later still checking out your blog.
love it!

Bronwyn said...

I love a beautiful book and I love that it is Australian! I can't wait to get my hands on it!!

Tania McCartney said...

What GORGEOUS comments from everyone! I feel the handmade love! I have tears in my eyes - thanks so much, girls. Can't wait until you all hold this beautiful book in your hands. It has been a labour of love. Good luck with the comp!! Tania xx

TammyJ said...

OMGoodness what an awesome prize! Sign me up for a potential win :)

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Trish.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

What a gorgeous book.
I can think of a few people who would love to own it.

Gill@OurParklife said...

sounds like an awesome giveaway and book...I hope I win!

Gill xo

Christine said...

Thank you for the story and the generous give-away too!!
Best wishes, Christine

Christine said...

looks like a great book...I follow your wonderful blog...love inspiration!

Leah said...

I can't wait to get my hands on this book - I've been following along with it since the first call for submissions (and despite not being a contributor) am very excited.

stuffandwhatnot said...

What a great giveaway! Now to figure out the follow thing! I'm subscribed in google reader! Thanks for the opportunity.

Mystica said...

Thanks for a great post. The giveaway is a bonus!

Sally said...

This book sounds fantastic. Love the markets and the shop, now I can't wait for the book.

Catherine said...

it's so exciting to see a book showing the talents of many of my favourite bloggers! thanks for an incredible giveaway!

BushBelles said...

Love the blog, will mention on mine.

Sarah said...

It's been fantastic watching the Handmade Canberra brand bloom, and now to such an amazing book. Will be on my christmas list for sure!

JenMeister said...

Would love to get my mitts on a copy - and some fabric would be amazing! I first "met" Posie Patchwork through buying some cute FQs sold at a Handmade market :)

Rachel said...

This looks a wonderful book - just in time for Xmas. A perfect gift for my creative Mum :)

Rachel said...

What a beautiful looking book. And love the thought behind it. A perfect Xmas gift for my creative Mum :)

Christy said...

sounds like a wonderful book - ive never been the best at arty/crafty stuff but persevere and try to learn! Think this book may be just what I need to make some beautiful carft projects

Kym said...

Comment number 50! YAY! half way!
I love books like this! Although I am not super creative I love these books for inspiration and ideas, so fingers crossed tightly!

Lilli boo said...

The book look fantastic..being an ex-Canberra girl yet having lots of family still there...one of my sister's loves the Handmade shop so our lucky children all have scored beautiful softies...so inspiring all this cxreativity wants to make me burst!

Emma said...

The book looks awesome!! Can't wait for the handmade markets too! :D

bag-a-bub said...

I've got a little obsession with craft books, and I'm really looking forward to adding this one to my collection - it looks fabulous!

m.e (Cathie) said...

well done girls! looks like an amazing selection of wonderful craftiness there.
all the best with it ♥

maree said...

Wow - looks like such a 'must have' book. Well done you guys - would love to get a copy:) Ciao

Kate Ward said...

I love your sewing kits - they are simply divine..... Im so excited to be part of such a fabulous concept as 'Handmade Living' x

amanda said...

"WOW" WHAT A BOOK....CAN'T WAIT TO SEE IT. WOULD JUST DIVE INTO IT IF I GOT ONE. LOVE YOUR WORK POSIE !!!!Completley inspiring. xxxx fingers crossed. amanda

Just like Martha said...

what a wonderful opportunity to win a fabulous book - it looks fantastic congratulations to all!

Carol in E TN said...

Looks like a great book! Thanks for the giveaway.

Carol in E TN said...

Looks like a great book! Thanks for the giveaway.

Sharyn said...

This book looks absolutely fabulous. What a great Christmas present.Thanks Sharyn

eva mei and me said...

I always love a good book - and this looks fantastic.

TK said...

my crafty creative is in my head BUT I am getting better at doing...even if it is only baby steps....this book sounds absolutely fab!!!!

Kylie B said...

I can't believe it's taken less than a year to go from the idea for the book to actually having the finished product. What a awesome effort!

Kate said...

It sounds like a gorgeous book!
I think its so fantastic that its all Australian.
Go Aussie crafters.

designed to a T said...

Hi Posie, I'm already a follower as you would know. Count me in for this giveaway. Even if I don't win it, I'm still going to 'obtain' it any other way I can...Terese

chaletgirl said...

Count me in please! Great giveaway!

IndigoElephant :: Sash said...

Can't wait to see the book! And a chance at some of your gorgeous fabric...yes please!!!

Shirl said...

Have already ordered my book, but I'm sure another would be greatly appreciated to give as a gift. Would adore the fabric.

le@thirdontheright said...

what a great book and fab giveaway - with xmas and all coming up - too sweet - best le

quilary said...

What a great giveaway. The book looks just fantastic. I'm actually going to the Markets next weekend, all booked and the 'leave pass' from the family organised too!

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

I'm so excited for all at Handmade!!! Please count me in your giveaway Jennie!!! Dzintra♥x
PS I'm already a follower...

Sparrow Bee Designs said...

Hi - i foudn you via Mrs Sew and So's. That book looks fantastic! can't wait to buy ( or win ) one. :-)

Tania McCartney said...

Wow - almost 100 comments!! Looks like someone will also win Posie's generous fabric stash along with a copy of handmade living!!

Megan said...

my goodness, what a fantastic giveaway. i've already added that book to my christmas wishlist!

Lizzie said...

Oh my, I nearly missed this one. Handmade Living looks fabulous and I'd love a copy, thanks for the chance to win Jennie...
Lizzie
xxx

cerebral e said...

This is on my Christmas list for my sister

elissa at iinet dot net dot au

jodesmac said...

I will be getting this book whether i win it or buy it. I have been looking forward to seeing it as there are a number of ladies featured in it whom i follow online.
Fantastic prize tho!

Katie said...

Looks like another gorgeous project - full of fantastic styling, projects & people, just the thing I've come to expect from anything Handmade Canberra takes on! Bravo & bellissimo!!

Rochelle said...

how wonderful, I can't wait to read Handmade Living <3

Anonymous said...

What a great adventure this book sounds like it has been...I would love a copy, with the sewing kit of course!!
Cheers Lois

Shirley said...

This book sounds wonderful! Thanks for a chance at a great giveaway.

pippirose said...

Looks like a gorgeous book!
I'd love the chance to enter your fab giveaway.
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

rebecca said...

looks lovely! and Australian to boot! :)

angelique said...

I'm in for the competition even though the the competition is tough with so many. Maybe Friday will be my lucky day!!!

littlebetty said...

I'm already a follower :)

by marie-nicole said...

What a fantastic achievement for all involved in what I am sure will be an amazing book... I take my hat off to all you! xx

yenni said...

^^ i would love this amazing book..

Steph said...

Oh I am delirious with excitement...can't wait til my book arrives!!! Everything looks and sounds sooooo wonderful :)

Kate said...

A beautiful book and lovely fabrics to play with - I feel like a kid in a candy store!!

Kylie said...

Oh wow - what a great prize Jennie.
It is saying that there are 101 comments - take out your two and you only need one more to hit the 100:)

Tania McCartney said...

So exciting everyone! Thanks so much for entering - the hype for handmade living is out of control! Make sure you check out the stunning blog posts as part of our book launch blog tour - for sneak peeks at the book. And good luck! Prize drawn soon!

Jane Housham said...

I'd love to win a copy, if you're including overseas admirers...

Robin said...

I'm already drooling! I can't wait to get my hands on my copy. What a lovely giveaway and a great chat.
From a fellow Handmade Living contributor.

Kim said...

congratulations, the book sounds fantastic. can't wait to see it :)

Kim said...

It's so lovely to see a gorgeous craft book like this brought togeather by such fabulous Aussie crafters.
I'd love to be entered in the giveaway and already follow your blog ;)

LionessLady said...

Please please pick me! I sooo need some direction and already follow your lovely blog! Thanks.

sharyn said...

Love it - it is great to see great aussie crafters working together! It's not only on my Chrissy list - It's at the top!

MonetPaisley said...

Oh Wow! how did I miss this one? I was busy sewing for markets. That book would be amazing, the fabric would be a life saver. I have plowed through my own stash and am thinking of trading bikinis for fabric. Good on you girls!

Faith Hope Cherrytea ~ said...

your 297th follower :) who LUVs your little sewing kits & dreamz of the BOOK ! THANK YOU for your generosity :)

Jacinta said...

I'm your latest follower. I think I should win now! ;)
MODELmumma

littlemissdoily said...

so excited about the book launch and meeting all the other designers fabbo

Heather said...

I would love to own a copy of this book! Best of luck to everyone!!

kerrie said...

Oh I would love to win so much..Fingers crossed.

Lizette said...

I have been waiting patiently or not for this book. can not wait to see it on Saturday!!

Tania said...

Waw, sounds like a great book, especially for a beginner like me :)

Knicky Knacks said...

Crickey, this is your 119th comment. Well done on such a great following. Good luck with the market. Sounds likes its going to be HUGE!

Posie Patchwork said...

Congratulations to Rebecca from Chasing Cottons as the lucky winner!! Love Posie

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