Wednesday Giveaway!

Just in time to break up your week, it’s our Wednesday Giveaway!

This week, we’re giving you the chance to win an Anita Goodesign In The Hoops Project.   This project includes holiday bookmarks with 20 designs for the 5X7 hoop.  Designs are free standing and include designs for the major holidays.   File formats are ART, PES, HUS, XXX, JEF, EXP, DST, VIP, PXF.  These bookmarks make great holiday gifts or keep one for yourself.

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To win this cool prize, simply answer the following question in the comments section below: What is the go-to resource to solve your embroidery problems, is it a book, internet, magazine.  Or, where do you find inspiration for your embroidery projects?

Leave a comment below and we’ll announce one lucky winner on Monday!

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14 Responses to Wednesday Giveaway!

  1. kareno says:

    I love to go online and find that there’s always a group that can give advice. My favorite group is the one for my embroidery machine, Bernina.

  2. Wendy Scott says:

    I go to the internet to get quick answers on a question. If I am looking for inspiration I look through magazines.

  3. Dana says:

    I can usually can find answers to problems on the internet and I find a lot of my inspiration there too. Thanks.

  4. Jenny Kucera says:

    I use the internet the most, I love some of the forums where ideas are exchanged and questions asked and answered. I also enjoy books and magazines or shows for browsing ideas.

  5. Nancy says:

    I either ask my close friend and embroiderer or I go to the internet to an embroidery Yahoo group. I can usually get any question answered within just a few hours.

  6. Mary Mac says:

    I have saved magazine for years to look thru to continue to find inspiration from but you can find many wonderful and new things on pinterest.

  7. Denise B says:

    I save all my embroidery, quilting magazines and look through them for ideas and problem solving. If I can’t fine the answer, I call my machine dealer where I purchased my machine. They are always willing to help and have great ideas and information.

  8. Ginny D says:

    I go to my many magazines to find a project that I have not tried

  9. Cynthia Wentworth says:

    For assistance with problems, I use the Internet and/or my machine club leader.. For inspiration, I browse the Internet at times but rely a lot om my magazines. CME always has ibspirational items I want to try.

  10. Susan says:

    I’m new to machine embroidery received my first machine this past Christmas. Needless to say I didn’t unpack it until Feb. I read books on stabilizers, techniques, etc., then I turned to the internet and have used it to download designs & ebooks, read blogs and forums, and have joined groups. The internet I would say as been my friend in finding answers to my problems and the wonderful people who has answers for questions.

  11. Karen B says:

    I go to the internet & magazines for ideas. Questions, I go to the dealer where I bought the machine.

  12. Kathy E. says:

    I have joined several facebook “closed” groups that specialize in machine embroidery. They have been an incredibly supportive, knowledgable group of people who have all *been there, done that*, and are willing to pass on their tips.

  13. gayle says:

    I get a lot of inspiration from the ladies at my patchwork group. I also love to look on the internet and read magazines and visit craft days.

  14. Tammy says:

    I go to the internet for help, also in a group for my machine. lots of help there. Forinspiration either a magazine, internet, or group. Love the magazine, its not just for the experienced, also good for us novices.

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