Just for You book blog hop: infinity scarf


I am SO excited to share this new sewing book with you today!

It’s called Just for You-(affiliate link) and it is literally that-24 gorgeous and simple sewing projects you can make for yourself.

we all deserve a little selfish sewing time, right?

Yours truly has a project in the book-which I am psyched about! I love seeing my name in print!


Especially when it’s on the back cover with some of the most amazing (and sweet!) bloggers!

I really did flip out when I saw that. πŸ˜‰


My project was the lace infinity scarf-although you can use any knit fabric and I’ve even done it in wovens!


My favorite part about this project is that it literally takes minutes.


Sorry for shouting but it’s VERY exciting!

Just for you Infiniti scarf project!

I whipped this one out in probably 10 minutes or so.

You could have a whole slew of gorgeous scarves to warm your neck this coming winter in no time flat!

Just for you Infiniti scarf project!

Just for you Infiniti scarf project!

Some of the other projects include tote bags, dresses, skirts, necklaces, aprons, and much more! I can’t wait to try some of these projects for myself.

Now for the giveaways!

I get to giveaway a copy of the book!

US winners will receive their very own paperback copy, including full-size paper patterns, courtesy of Stash Books.

International winners will receive the eBook version with patterns that you print from your computer.

Enter below in the Rafflecopter widget!

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Also, don’t miss the rest of the blog tour!

Each designer will be introducing and sharing a bit about her project from the book and giving away a copy.

Inspiration a-plenty!

Β The link list below will fill up as the posts and giveaways go live.


  1. I’m on a tote bag kick right now!

  2. I think I’d be interested in the skirts! (I’m in VA)

  3. I;m excited to see what the other projects are

  4. darlene macdonald says

    Gotta make skirt & scarf. Gonna go check out others. Gorgeous scarf as always with your sewing! πŸ™‚

  5. I’d try the chevron shrug first I think. Thanks.

  6. Congrats Jess!! How super exciting!! I love your new pic on the side bar also. What did your girls say? It is so wonderful to be a role model of “great mama” and “business woman” to your girls. I am sure all are so proud. πŸ™‚

  7. stephanie Kirk says

    I think I’d make the scarf or skirt first. What a great book

  8. Wow a book, it looks amazing! I would love to own it :). How exciting!

  9. I would to try a tote bag.

  10. Definitely multiple scarves as well as necklaces and totes. Thanks πŸ™‚

  11. totes, shirts, and infinity scarves. All PERFECT Christmas gifts. Would love to win this!

  12. Fiona Arthur says

    I’d love to try the tote or that cute stripey shrug. Hi from Australia!

  13. I was reading about this book over at Tea Rose Home and boy howdy, do I want a copy! The projects look fun, gorgeous and quick. I love all the contributors, so I know that the book will be awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. Tote bags!

  15. I am most interested in some selfish sewing.

  16. I have yet to sew anything for my self. I think this book would give just the push I need!

  17. I would Love to make some simple infinity scarfs!

  18. I can’t wait to make something for myself!

  19. Tiffany Tremayne says

    I would love to try some of these projects!

  20. Cameron Lawracy says

    Well, I’ve already made, like, 20 scarves from you infinity scarf tutorial so I already know that that pattern is awesome. πŸ™‚ I think that bolero jacket/shirt thing looks intriguing as well. What a fun book! Thanks for the giveaway!

  21. aprilshowers says

    Wow, congratulations! I’m definitely interested in the infinity scarf. I knit so wear a ton of wool scarves in the winter but miss them when the weather starts warming up and I think a cotton infinity scarf would be the perfect carry-over.

  22. Lace for an infinity scarf great idea

  23. Jayma Mears says

    I’m really interested in the skirt patterns, and the scarf pattern looks great for a quick handmade gift!

  24. Honestly, all of them… I love new ideas, especially for me.

  25. Emilie Ahern says

    I Have never ever, not once, sewn anything for myself to wear. And I think I really need one of those scarves.

  26. I would def. want to try the scarf! Thanks for the chance to win!

  27. I like your scarf. I’d also like to try the knit skirt and the necklace from Sashiko.

  28. E.B. Russell says

    I definitely need some self-sewing time! Too many cute babies around here to make jammies for.

  29. I would love to get my hands on this book! I am most interested in making one of those cute infinity scarves that you look so cute in! 10 minutes? I could handle that! I’d also like to make more tote bags and see the photos throughout the book.

  30. i really would love to win this book!! sewing for myself happens so few times. πŸ™‚

  31. I’d like to try the shrug! πŸ™‚

  32. I would love to try to make the scarf!

  33. After scanning through the posts of the book for a sneak-peek, I think this would be a great book to own. I would love to win this book because it has such neat ideas and patterns to make the items. Thank You for letting me enter your giveaway!

  34. I bought fabric to make a scarf like this for me!

  35. I would love, love, love to have this book for inspiration. I usually sew for my daughter for instant gratification, but, my new year’s resolution for two years has been to sew myself a dress…


  36. What a good idea to write such a book. I think we all need to be reminded some time that we can make something for ourselves once in a while.

  37. The chevron shrug and the chiffon and lace skirt!

  38. That shrug in the picture looks cool!

  39. Jacetheredge says

    They all look great, don’t know that I can choose just one. Leaning toward the scarf though.

  40. Great little scarf and great ideas for other gifts as well!

  41. I would like to make the skirts and scarves the most.

  42. I love the scarf and the bag that has the “belt” and flower at the top! Looks like so much fun- can’t wait to check it out! Thanks for the chance to win!

  43. Karen Falzon says

    I have knitted loads of scarves, but never made one with fabric – definitely giving it a try. There are so many projects in this book, can’t wait to start!

  44. How exciting! I would love to make some scarves – we had our first snow storm today!

  45. Totes and accessories! I love the scarf.

  46. I love bags, but I’d want to try the scarf too!

  47. The faux wrap pencil skirt sounds intriguing. I love the look of wrap skirts. I would also love to sew a scarf.

  48. I never sew for myself either and so appreciate the chance to win this book!! Thanks so much Jess!

  49. i like sewing accessories for myself, clothes are harder so more chance of failure πŸ™‚

  50. I always love bags and good gift ideas. Congrats on the book!

  51. I like the tote and your scarf. A lace one sounds like a lovely idea.

  52. Ooh! Great book – I’d love to try some of the clothes.

  53. My wardrobe desperately needs some new life! A new skirt or dress would be fantastic!

  54. infinity scarves are perfect for Chrustmas presents!

  55. I’d love to own this book. The infinity scarf is perfect and I’d love to make some! Thanks.

  56. I’m definitely interested in a dress. I love dresses of all types!

  57. That looks like an awesome book. I can’t wait to see all the projects in there! I just want to make something for me for a change! And maybe some Christmas presents πŸ™‚

  58. Scarves! Dozens and dozens of ’em!

  59. Love the Scarf, making them for my granddaughter….Love the Skirts, making them for myself….Love the Totes, oh just will have to win book to make everything in it…..

  60. I’d like to make the skirt from fishsticks designs. And I’m not a scarf person but my daughter is old enough to make one for herself. Congratulations jess!

  61. I hope that I win!! Looks like a good book!

  62. I am most interested in the scarves, I wear them all winter and lots of the fall and spring too!

  63. I would like to try a tote, infinity scarf, and shrug. What a cute book!

  64. Paula Blair says

    Gotta make the scarf!

  65. Jessica Henderson says

    Would love to make up some of these!

  66. I think I would start with the shrug and the gathered hand bag.

  67. Lori Smanski says

    I love the infinity scarf and the shawl

  68. the maxi skirt for sure, and your scarf, too!

  69. I think I would like to try the infinity scarfs, the bags, and the chiffon and lace skirt.

  70. Oh, that Infinity Sczrf! It looks so soft and pretty. I would like to try and make one.

    Looks like a great book!

  71. Your scarf and the tote and the handbag. I love how it lays it out in months. I think I could do two projects a month!

  72. So (SEW!) awesome, Jessica!

  73. I’d love to make the Quilting Bee dress and the infinity scarf! Thank you!

  74. I really need to make me some of scarves.

  75. This book looks great. I’ve considered un- subscribing from your blog as my girls are too old for most of the items you feature. But I haven’t for 2 main reasons: your girls are just so darn cute, and every once in a while you do something like this! You are inspiring, and I’m jealous of all the time you find to sew. Thanks for the giveaway.

  76. The scarf! Thanks for the chance to win πŸ™‚

  77. Love this! So cute!! Thanks so much!

  78. I would start with a bag and branch out from there! Thanks for the giveaway. I have always enjoyed your blog.

  79. I would love to make the dress on the front page. It is so beautiful, and there are the purses, there is a lot of things I have been seeing here in there I would like to try and sew, its been a long time sense I have made any clothes. Thank you and GOD bless

  80. mary coleman says

    I would love to win this for my loving mother. She loves to make scarves, totes, shrugs etc.

  81. i’m international so i’d love the ebook. Infinity scarf sounds great!

  82. Always love a good tote!

  83. I’d love to make some infinity scarves!

  84. Lori Morton says

    Definitely Totes! lol And Skirts, and looove your scarf too!! πŸ™‚

  85. I almost NEVER sew for myself because I just never think to… but oh that shrug! I’d love to snuggle up in one this winter!

  86. The scarf for sure!

  87. What does it say about how seldom I sew for myself that I’m immediately thinking “who could I make that scarf”? Um, me! But I’d also love one of the skirts.

  88. The scarf of course! How can I not be excited of a project that only takes 10 minutes?!

  89. A skirt and a scarf – to start with πŸ˜‰

  90. How fun would it be to have a book in hand to sew from and not have to flip from page to page on a computer?!!! What a novelty! πŸ™‚

  91. I would be most interested in clothes scarves and bags.

  92. Scarf is first on my list.

  93. I’d love to add this book to my collection. The cover makes me want to see everything inside.

  94. Scarf looks fab!

  95. I make the infinity scarf, so much YES,

  96. look at you, in a book! congrats!! that looks like a great little book – i love your cowl!

  97. Scarf (duh!) But in a voile or similar as it’s summer here. Also clothes, that are breastfeeding friendly.

  98. I’d probably start with one of the dresses in the book.

  99. Love that scarf! Almost bought one today but I’d much rather MAKE one myself! =)

  100. What a beautiful book! I love infinity scarves and would love to make my own. That skirt looks super cute too. Thanks for the giveaway!

  101. I would be interested in the skirts. Thanks!

  102. Need to sew more for myself – my kiddos get all the stuff I sew!

  103. This looks like a great book! I am thinking about making some Christmas presents this year. The infinity scarf would be a great gift, and it is a quick sew!

  104. I would be interested in the infinity scarf and skirt.

  105. I think I’d love to make the Crafty Satchel and the tunic! πŸ™‚

  106. How fun! I would love to make the infinity scarf for gifts!

  107. carolyn montgomery says

    i love the infinity scarf

  108. Michelle Smith says

    I’m interested in all of them, but especially the skirt and infinity scarf.

  109. I would probably try the skirt and the scarves.

  110. The skirt I think!!! thanks I Iove books of all kinds:)

  111. Looks like a fantastic book!!

  112. Totes and scarves!

  113. Skirts and aprons would be at the top of my list, thanks for the giveaway. Have a great day!

  114. I have really need some new sewing projects that are easy!

  115. I’m most interested in the dresses and skirts!

  116. This sounds awesome! I would probably make more of the totes and scarves, but am trying to talk myself into sewing up a skirt for myself. Maybe this would push me to do it!

  117. I love the scarf but am interested in seeing everything in the book.

  118. Congratulations! I’m crushing on the dress but really need a purse.

  119. I would love a copy of this book! Need to start sewing for me:)

  120. Congrats! Can’t wait to sew up the scarf!

  121. I would be interested in bags and skirts.

  122. I would love to try some of the dresses. Such a fun book!

  123. This seems like such a great book, lots of fun ideas!! I love making skirts…..I like making all kinds of things.

  124. Thanks for the giveaway. I love making clothes:) This looks interesting

  125. I’d be interested in sewing a skirt.

  126. Love your scarf. Looks like a great book. thanks for the giveaway

  127. I love the infinity scarf!

  128. I allways love to make dresses, for me and my girl. If i win, I can make some more πŸ™‚

  129. Would love to be able to make these scarves for Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely book.

  130. I almost never sew for me …. this book could help change that!

  131. Now this, I would love to have…

  132. I’d love to try the cute tote bag!

  133. i’m interested in bags and purses. and gift ideas

  134. I’m interested in all of the projects!

  135. The infinity scarf is one project I like and any bag patterns.

  136. I’d be interested in the scarves and the necklaces.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  137. Courtney Kelley says

    Skirts. Skirts. Skirts. And scarves!

  138. Patti Mishler says

    I would love to try your patterns!

  139. Been wanting to try making a scarf for myself and a few family members. Thanks for sharing it in the book

  140. I would love to make my daughter’s roommate a skirt and scarf for Christmas.

  141. I just start sewing a few months ago. I’ve made a few purses, wallets and placemats. I love learning to see and having this book would be great!

  142. Your scarf looks like a good place to start, especially for holiday gifts!!!

  143. I would love to make the cardi!!

  144. What fun! I’d have to start with a cute skirt!

  145. I love the maxi skirt!

  146. I can’t wait to make a bunch of scarves from the voile collection I’ve stashed. I get too hot in stuff, but voile is great for spiffing up a tank top for work! thanks for the give-away!!

  147. Susan in OK says

    There are several projects that interest me – of course, scarves (they can easily change the look of an outfit), belt, skirt, and I’m anxiously waiting to see what else interest me. Thanks for participating.

  148. I want to make pajama bottoms

  149. I’ll be making the skirts for me and my girls. Thanks!

  150. I LOVE to sew bags!

  151. I am so in need of this book! I just want to sew ALL the things!

  152. I am all about scarves in fall/winter! I also love the paint stick clutch!

  153. Elizabeth C. says

    would love to make some bags and scarfs

  154. I’m excited for all the projects, most of all skirts and summer dresses are what I want to make.

  155. They all look WONDERFUL. Butttt… I definitely adore a new bag. Thanks. πŸ˜‰

  156. I need an infinity scarf!! Definitely first on my list of things to make.

  157. I’d love to make a skirt for ME! Lol

  158. I love bags – so I can’t wait to see the tote ideas

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