Hi again, This week, I'm happy to give away a copy of Quilting for Peace , a marvelous book from STC Craft. (You might remember that I wrote about it here.) This is a beautiful book – yet again, STC Craft has delivered a project that melds artful photography and great projects with well-written instructions. In addition, this book tells the stories of dozens of quilters (individuals and groups) who quilt for good causes – from animal shelters to children in need to adult victims of violence, war or natural disasters. The stories are touching and the projects are inspiring – they're part of what inspired a few of us here at Canadian Living to put our heads together and start a quilt for Project Linus Canada (more on that as it develops). In conjunction with the publication of the book, STC Craft has organized a Quilting for Peace campaign. I think this is a wonderful idea – even though we live in a world where problems can seem so overwhelming, it's the little actions (even as small as a tiny quilting stitch) that can make the biggest difference in people's lives. Learn more here. For your chance to win, leave a comment on this post: Tell me who you'd make a quilt for if you were quilting for peace. The contest will run until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, November 22; I'll post a winner here on Monday, November 23. See you back here tomorrow – have a great Monday.