Wednesday Giveaway…

Linda Burger is this week’s lucky winner! she will receive a 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool. I use the ripper (from Bernina!) the most. And, yes, I do have to rip and I don’t like it any more than you do 😂😂😂.

If you aren’t Linda and would like one of these dandy tools, click here to shop.

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!

160 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway…

  1. I’m learning to love my seam ripper (?)!!! I’ve always been a hand stitcher but am trying to use my sewing machine more so I can be more productive. More stitching, more mistakes!


  2. Amazing tool. Old things are new again with this updated tool. My mother & my grandmother had a similar item in their sewing box, only it didn’t have a seam ripper in it, as they were hand sewers.


  3. A guild member has one of these tools. It certainly is handy. I’ve looked for one at my local quilt shops but none of them carry it.


  4. Unfortunately, l have to use the seam ripper more often than I’d like to. However, have you checked to see if it’s still sharp? I didn’t until I realized that my ‘go to’ tool was probably 30 years old! Wow!! We all need to have a seam ripper wherever we’re stitching. Absolutely I need to win this!


  5. What a great giveaway. I have one and use it often. The seam ripper is very sharp, I swear by the Bernina seam ripper. And, I am learning to use a stiletto, thanks to this one. If I should win another, I would give to my best friend, as it is that good.


  6. What a wonderful and interesting tool! You give away such fascinating gifts each week Becky.
    Thank you for the chance to win this!


  7. Now that is an interesting tool I’ve not yet seen! Especially great for taking to retreats (when life gets back to normal!) – take only one tool instead of 3 different ones!


  8. A good seam ripper is a wonderful thing to have. My favorite seam ripper has the rubber stuff at the rounded end that is useful in removing the cut threads, but this 4 in 1 tool looks very useful too. Thanks for a chance to win one.


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