Wednesday Giveaway

Kay is this week’s Giveaway winner! She will receive this Clover Pendant Thread Cutter. You can wear it as a pendant and use it to cut threads or turn it upside-down and insert the stem into a spool. It’s the fastest way I’ve found to cut apart chain-pieced units!

If you are not Kay and would like to have a Pendant Thread Cutter of your own, click here.

I’ll be back with another Giveaway next Wednesday. Until then you can shop for all sorts of sewing notions, books, and other fun stuff at!

94 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. What a beautiful little tool! I would love to win this.. I do a ton of embroidery and it would be quite handy!
    I am new to you website and love what I have explored thus far!!❤


  2. I have wanted one of these for years, and some how I keep forgetting to get one. It would be great to win, thanks for the chance!


  3. This would be great to have next to my chair as I do a lot of handwork. Keeping thread and cutter together would be helpful.


  4. I can see that sitting in my hand-sewing area in the living room…saving me the time it take to pick up those scissors over and over again as I do my hand piecing or EEP. Bring it on!


  5. Oh, I would love to win this. I had once, and wore it on a ribbon when I did hand piecing. Unfortunately, it was one of those things “lost in the move,” and I have not replaced it yet.


  6. I have one but would never have thought to put it in a spool of thread. Then I can get rid of the big purple thing I use when chain piecing. Thanks Becky, one less “tool” in my sewing area. 😎


  7. I’ve been doing a lot of chain piecing and was looking for something easier to use. This would be great for cutting the chains apart!


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