Wednesday Giveaway

This week’s winner is Lisa G Benson. She will receive 3 scissor charms that are mostly red and white. There’s a ladybug, a cupcake, and a bird that you can use to dress up your scissor, rotary cutter, a zipper, and more!

If you are not Lisa, you can find more scissor charms, plus a movie that shows how you can use them especially with serrated scissors, 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!

159 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. P.S. I just finished appliquing and piecing my Aunt Millie’s Garden. That is the third intense applique project that I have completed from your patterns. I love them! I will send a photo once it is quilted.


    • You know, after watching professional tree trimmers at work, I know that I will likely hire them again rather than send Steve up the ladder with a chain saw. On the ground is one thing but up on the ladder is a whole other job. It’s also true that I visited with a friend yesterday who works power tools and she was telling me about various chainsaw accidents she knew of. The guy who slipped and cut off his arm got my attention.



  2. I love these scissors charms! I use them on two scissors with serrations on one side that I use all the time and I always pick them up perfectly for quick use. Plus the charms are simply adorable. My cat and house make me smile and these would also. A wonderful give-away.


  3. I love the scissor charms and would be so happy to win them, red is my favorite color! I really enjoy reading your blog posts, thank you for including us in your life. 🐝


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