Last month I hosted a giveaway for a set of Robbie Field’s Creative Stitchery Success Strips. As promised, this post announces the second of two giveaways featuring these useful stitch templates.
For a chance to win you need only comment on this post telling me what stitch you last added to your stitching repertoire. The winner will be selected randomly.
Recently I did a one on one heart swap with a crazy quilting friend from one of the groups I belong to. When she received her heart she commented on the stitch spacing in one of the seam treatments she has difficulty with. The even spacing was entirely due to Robbie’s success strips! There is no greater testimony of how well these innovative strips work.
These simple strips are a great addition to any free-form stitcher’s “war chest”. I pull mine out and use them often, and they work well with some of the other templates crazy quilters use.
To read more about the strips, visit the Creative Stitchery site (link in embedded above) or read the information I shared in my first giveaway post.
This giveaway will end on September 15 at 12:00 noon Central time. (Can you believe it is September already?)
For a second chance to win tell, also tell me how you learned of this giveaway. (This is a reward for actually reading my post.)
Everyone is welcome to enter.
If you already have a set of strips you can gift them to a stitching or crazy quilt newbie. If you would like to get a set of these useful stitching tools without waiting, Robbie would be happy to receive your order. Ordering information is available via the link in the first paragraph. Robbie’s turnaround service is excellent.
I am in no way profiting by hosting this giveaway and have no affiliation with the Creative Stitchery Success Strips production or sales
(except for the warm fuzzy feeling I get by doing something nice for someone with no expectation of anything in return). I just believe in the product’s usefulness to fellow stitchers.
Until next time…
Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is. (Ephesians 5:17)
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