Wednesday Giveaway

Virginia Frederick is this week’s winner of a cake Needle Nanny.

Needle Nannies are magnetic jewelry that can hold your needle, pins, and even a small pair of scissors! You can wear them on your clothes, or attach them on something close to where you are stitching.

This Piece O’ Cake Needle Nanny is special and one of the last ones that I have… and it can be yours! But wait, there’s more! To celebrate the season, I’m including a holiday scissor charm with this Needle Nanny. Ho, ho, ho!

If you are not the lucky winner, you can find more Needle Nannies here.

116 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. Welcome to the Northwest! I moved from TX back to the Portland area 2 years ago after being gone for 36 years. I now live in Salem with my wonderful new husband!

    I love your weekly messages and posts.


  2. Thanks for the give away! I’ve always wanted one of these needle nannies. They look so cute! I just watched your video with Alex Anderson and I think it’s going to be a fun year with the BOM, too.


  3. What a cute needle nanny. Even if I’m not working on a Piece O’Cake project, it would still be fun to use – who doesn’t love cake! Thank you for your giveaways.


  4. Another adorable needle nanny and I’d love to win one just like this for my Mom who will be 86 years young on Friday, December 14th. She still is a prolific quilter who gives away many quilts not just to her large family but the community where she lives and her church family as well. BTW her name is also Eileen.

    Thanks for the chance and Merry Christmas!


  5. A needle nanny is the one thing I have not come across to go with my hand sewing roll. I end up sticking the needle in whatever I’m working on and then end up getting jabbed.


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