Gail G. is this week’s winner! She can use this Zipper Pouch for first aid items, notions, a block in progress, or anything else that needs to be carried with you in a tidy fashion. Made from 95% post consumer recycled material.
I’ll be back next Wednesday with another Giveaway. Happy stitching!
This week’s lucky winner Is Angela, and she will receive Alex Anderson’s 4-in-1 Sewing Tool that has four tools in one tidy package!
It has a flat end for pressing and/or folding; a super-sharp BERNINA seam ripper; a pointed wood end cap for turning bias tubes and doll parts; and a stiletto to use when machine piecing. But wait, there’s more! The handle is squared off so it won’t roll off your work surface.
These socks sum up my attitude most days because I do love an easy challenge! I’m OK with hard challenges, but easy challenges get marked off the list makes quicker which makes me so very happy :-). I hope that Karen, this week’s winner, feels the same.
This week’s giveaway is over. Be sure to come back next week! Until then, you can find this and more at pieceocake.com!
This week’s winner is ‘uptown Connie’ and she will receive a trio of Blackwing’s Clutch Notebooks. The pages have a light dotted grid which is nice if you want to sketch blocks. I like the dot grid better than lined pages because I really don’t like staying on the line :-).
Sandy is this week’s lucky winner. She will receive Sewline’s 9mm white chalk pencil. This pencil makes a line you can see that isn’t too thick. The chalk is firm enough not to break as you draw on fabric, unless you push too hard. I use this pencil when I am drawing very small or fine shapes.
Sue H. is the lucky winner of this week’s Give Away. She’ll be getting 3 spools of #12 perle cotton in cream, medium brown, and chocolate brown. This size of perle cotton is perfect for applique stitches made to be seen, embellishing, and big stitch hand quilting. There are several needles that work with this thread—my favorite is the Bohin #9 crewel needle.
If you aren’t sue and you would like to find this (and more), visit pieceocake.com!
Mary Ellen is the winner of one of Deb Tucker’s excellent piecing tool—the Quilter’s Magic Wand. It is an accurate ½” wide ruler with an etched line running down the middle. Use it for marking or measuring when high precision is required. It is especially useful for marking those diagonal seam lines when using the Wing Clipper and other piecing tools. Click here to find a video showing how it works
Colors vary but the ruler is the same no matter what color you have.