FREE book giveaway!

Hello Readers!

We hope you had a fabulous Halloween. Let us know how you used your embroidery talents to celebrate the holiday by commenting below. One comment will be chosen at random and the winner will receive the Sew, Craft, Quilt and Embroider Confidently with Sulky Stabilizers book, courtesy of Sulky of America.

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Hurry and post your comment! The winner will be chosen tomorrow, 11/2/11, at 9am MST.

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63 Responses to FREE book giveaway!

  1. Paula says:

    Most of my embrodery is on gifts – bags, aprons, bibs, burp towels, and kitchen towels.

  2. Randi says:

    I recently won an embroidery machine and am just learning how to use it. I recently finished a fall tote with a pumpkin pocket – no embroidery yet.

  3. Kathy M. Boice says:

    I did not do anything for Halloween. I need inspiration to do Machine Embroidery! (Hint Hint)

  4. Stephanie says:

    Still a “student”….learning everything there is to embroidering, all the designing…the right stablizer…..thread…..needles…..oh my!

  5. Charlotte Trabue says:

    I made a table scarf with witches spiders, on it out of 2010 CME. It turned out so cute. I also did Casper on a towel.

  6. Bea says:

    One year I downloaded “Welcome door knob hanger” and I think it was from this site.
    I made couple with pumpkin as a applique. Layer of fleece and orange organza on the top for “shine”.
    This design is very easy to change to a Christmas project or any other occasion.

  7. Kim Carter says:

    I plan on making some table runners, scarfs,kitchen towels and if possible some apron. I enjoy embroidering gifts for my family and friends. I also like to make and give Santa bags to family to bring and take gifts home in, they love them.

  8. baglady says:

    I embroidery t-shirts for all the grand kids, they love them and the girls get sparkles on theirs, soo cute! I also have 2 tree skirts ready for some embroidery snowflakes before they are done! I did 2 calendars all done in the hoop for gifts, have to make me one too! Now those took some time but I love those too!

  9. Judy D Ricchio says:


  10. Velma says:

    I inherited a “Rose” Husqvana machine and a reader writer. It is difficult to get support for an “old” machine even though it works perfectly well ,just a little old fashioned compared to the newer ones. As I am in my 70′s I don’t see me getting an updated machine. I always use Sulky threads as I have never had a problem with them and the outcome is always beautiful. I just need to figure out the reader writer as I also inherited a lot of floppy disks that need to be put on a programable card. You can’t even get a programable card anymore. Is the magazine Creative Embroidery too advanced for me? Any old advice would be apprecitated.

  11. Velma says:

    P.S. I just finished embroidering on pre-made terry slippers with velcro closures for my great granddaughters and they turned out really well, again with Sulky thread. I confess, I held my breath a lot during the process as it was the first time I had used the sticky stabalizer.

  12. bojana says:

    Please, give it to me!

  13. Charlotte Brown says:

    I made my grandson an outfit like Harry Potter. WE even fixed him a wand with a light on it. He was so proud

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