Congrats to Terry Sharp, this week’s winner! She will receive a package of Karen K. Buckley’s Perfect Stems. The package has 8 different sizes of heat resistant strips that allow you to make bias stems from 1/8″- to 1/2″-wide. Each size is a different color. The bars are smooth to make moving the bar inside the stem easier. Karen’s instructions are included in the package.
If you are not the winner and you’d like a set of Perfect Stems you can find it and all sorts of sewing notions, books, and other fun stuff at pieceocake.com!
Debra Reber is this week’s winner. She will receive Magic Mirror. It is made from two 6″ x 6″ plexiglass mirrors, joined together on one side. Place the mirror on different motifs on printed fabric to see what your block can look like with motif repeated. It is easy to use and has complete instructions.
Watch the video below to see how it works.
If you are not Debra and you’d like a Magic Mirror, you can find it and all sorts of sewing notions, books, and other fun stuff at pieceocake.com!
Darlene Slocum is this week’s winner… congrats, Darlene! She will receive a beautiful hemostat from Tula Pink. It is a tool that grabs well all the way to the tip without having to squeeze it hard. The inside of the ‘blades’ are smooth so that they grip without damaging the fabric. Use it for pushing, pulling, turning or stuffing.
This week’s giveaway of a Big Goddess Sheet goes to Karen McMahon. Congrats to Karen! If you are not Karen and would still like to have your own Goddess Sheet, click here to find it.
This product is really fantastic for fusing. It diffuses heat very well – I especially like using it with wool applique but it works with cotton too. The 17 3/4″ x 24″Big Goddess is Teflon coated fiberglass designed to be used with fusible web.
FYI: The instructions say not to fold the sheet, but I have sometimes folded mine and it has not seemed to hurt it.
Sue Singer is this week’s lucky winner of the COB LED Light shown below. Congrats to Sue!
As I said in my newsletter, Anna Rice, from Tampa, sent me an email last week about the two ‘wonderful life saving LED lights’ that she and her husband used to light their way after Irma knocked out the power. Here’s a bit of Anna’s email:
“These lights were so valuable to us in times of no electricity — lit the kitchen well enough for me to prepare a full meal using Sterno can placed in colander with skewers laid across to hold cooking pots. What fun???? Anyway those lights are fabulous. I had previously placed one under my computer desk so I could see what I was trying to do regarding computer things like plugging in flash drives. LOVE YOUR SITE and will shop as often as I can.”
Click here to find this battery-operated COB LED Light Switch and others that are bigger.
And click here to learn more about the COB LED light source. It’s kind of interesting!