Wednesday Giveaway – FREE Embroidery Placement Guide

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Happy Wednesday! And Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Are you running around, cleaning, shopping and getting things ready for the holiday? Luckily for me, my fabulous in-laws are staying with us this week and my Mother-in-Law is a master chef (as far as we’re concerned). Why don’t you take a break, take a breath and enter to win this Wednesday’s giveaway?!

Have you ever had difficulty finding the best placement for your embroidery designs? Well, worry no more! With the Embroiderer’s Buddy ruler, find the perfect placement for shoulder and hem designs for a range of youth and children’s sizes.

 Wednesday Giveaway   FREE Embroidery Placement GuideEmbroidery placement is ultimately your choice, but use the ruler markings for general guidelines.

To enter to win this great prize from ABC Embroidery Systems, answer the following question in the comments section below: “What’s on your menu for Thanksgiving?”

Are you a traditional turkey & stuffing kind of family, or do you skip the mess and order pizza? My husband and I are vegetarian, but none of our family & friends are, so we have to strike a balance, and pretty much end up with two Thanksgiving dinners. The annual sweet potato pie and green bean casserole are my favorites!

One winner will be chosen at random from the comments on Monday! Good luck and have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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52 Responses to Wednesday Giveaway – FREE Embroidery Placement Guide

  1. Cindy Cooke says:

    My DH cooked our entire Thanksgiving dinner this year, because I am recovering from recent shoulder surgery. We had turkey and dressing, sweet potato casserole, broccoli, croissant rolls, pumpkin, apple and pecan pie, as well as fruit salad and fresh orange- cranberry relish. AND he does cleanup afterwards, too! No, he is not available for rent, but I do truly feel blessed. Happy Thanksgiving, y’all!

  2. Karen says:

    We are very traditional.

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