Wednesday Giveaway

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Enter the Wednesday Giveaway for a chance to win a Kanzashi Flower Maker from Clover and Stitch Witchery and Stitch Witchery Tape Dispenser from Dritz!

To enter, answer the following question: What are your favorite sewing notions or tools?

Post your answer by 10 am ET on Friday. We’ll randomly select and announce the lucky winner by 5 pm ET on Friday. Good luck!

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38 Responses to Wednesday Giveaway

  1. Peggy Kuykendall says:

    My favorite and must have is a good pair of fine tweezers, they are good for everything from pulling up small embrodiery thread for cutting, to grabbing and pulling threads through needles on my sewing or embrodiery machine.

  2. Kay Dennis says:

    My favorite sewing notions or tools are any kind of special trimming to make the project special and rotary cutter.

  3. Calla Ferguson says:

    My favorite sewing tool would have to be my chopstick! It’s a simple, yet versatile, tool I use everyday! It helps guide fabric under the needle, it turns fabric tubes and spaghetti trim, and since I marked it like a ruler…it measures “stuff” too!

    I never win nuttin’…please pick me!!! Ohh ohhh please??? lol lol

  4. Maria Kievit says:

    Would have to be “that purple thang” : use it often, and it’s always close by! Thanks for the giveaway. Would love to get the stitchwitchery dispenser! Looks cool.

  5. Kathy Wilson says:

    A good pair of scissors but there are so many I can’t live without.

  6. Nelda Presley says:

    My favorite sewing notions would have to be my rotary cutter, cutting board and rulers. Particularly my June Taylor Shape Cut ruler.

  7. Linda Middlemist says:

    the rotary cutter is indispensible and special rulers for different projects are also.
    would love to win. thanks for the chance.

  8. Cindy Landry says:

    My favorite sewing tools are my machines! My favorite sewing notions would be my rotary cutters and mats. I love them and don’t know what I would do without them. Thanks for giving us a chance at some freebies.

  9. rosalee says:

    I love a stiletto, so many uses!! but truly, I love gadgets!

  10. Paula Malone says:

    I love my rotary cutters and mats.

  11. Sheila Gaston says:

    My favorite tool is a pair of needle nose pliers that are actually for medical use. They were given to me about30 years ago and I love them. They are perfect for grabbing the thread to bull it thru the needle, holding the needle in place when I have to change it, picking up small broken pieces of the needle, etc., etc. I wish I had one at each machine.

  12. Cate says:

    I love my angled scissors!

  13. valeriec says:

    roatery cutter & mat

  14. Carol says:

    Stilleto to help guide the fabric.

  15. Charlotte Brown says:

    I like my add 1/4 inch ruler

  16. Sue Toledano says:

    My most useful sewing tool would have to be my SEWNews magazines–I have collected all from the beginning and am always learning new techniques and skills even though I have been sewing for 50+ years

  17. Kim Carter says:

    I like my ruler that is curved on one edge and has measurements on the flat side so I can easily do hems. The curved edge is the same is would be good for curved edges.

  18. Barbara Young says:

    My can’t do without is my applique scissors and gingher scissors.

  19. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I have a pair of tweezers with good pointy points that grip well and I use them for all sorts of pulling of threads. Love them. Also a good SOFT pincushion. The pins go in so easily with no effort to have to push.

  20. Angela Hoffmann says:

    I love my rotary cutter. Makes cutting faster and more accurate

  21. Anita Russell says:

    My favorite sewing notion is first my sewing machine :) ,good scissors, rotary cutter and mat and for embroidery good tweezers !

  22. Brenda Adams says:

    I love my little scissors, but have many more little gadgets that I don’t want to live without :-)

  23. Kim Cady says:

    My seam ripper and my Creative Vision!

  24. DarlenePino says:

    Clover Bobbin holder. I bought 3 of them and they are a wonderful thing to keep my bobbins from unwinding.

  25. Linda Sue says:

    My Gingher scissors and a seam ripper.

  26. Vicki says:

    For doing embroidery, Peggy’s Stitch Eraser is indispensible for those times when you make a mistake!

  27. gayle says:

    My favourite too is the little ruler with a point on the end so I can get my corners perfect.

  28. Sandra S. says:

    My Mother’s scissors that are over 70 years old that she used in high school home ec.

  29. Laurie says:

    My favorites are my tweezers, embroidery scissors and seam ripper!

  30. Mary Ann Parker says:

    I love my Gingher Dressmaker Shears and my applique scissors. I hide them from my entire family.

  31. Ashley C says:

    I love the tool I use is my awl!


  32. Rebecca Wood says:

    My favorite tool has to be my pin cushions.

  33. Anne Rita says:

    I would say my rotary cutter. But when I have messed up, I love my thread ripper :-)


  34. Lynda says:

    I love my Gingher snips.

  35. Rosemary Kelley says:

    my ripper,ha,ha & rotary cutter &mats

  36. barbara schneider says:

    Sissors and iron

  37. Linda Noll says:

    I have a point turner from the 1970s I use for turning, finger pressing, holding things down, etc. it is the thing I reach for most!

  38. Kathy Conte says:

    My favorite tool is the seam ripper. The seam ripper that looks like a surgeons tool. It makes it so much easier to rip out tiny embroidery stitch especially when the loose fabric on the back of the hoop gets folder under while embroidering in-the-hoop projects

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