FREE STUFF FRIDAY! Enter to win!

Happy Free Stuff Friday! Just in time for 4th of July fireworks next weekend, today you can enter to win Fireworks craft ink from Tsukineko. This innovative water-based spray ink creates shimmery effects on both light and dark surfaces.

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For your chance to win a pair of Fireworks inks in Pear Tart and Lilac Posies, answer this question in the comments section:

What is your favorite project to sew in the summer?

Post your answer by 9 AM ET on Monday, when we’ll announce the winner. Good luck!

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47 Responses to FREE STUFF FRIDAY! Enter to win!

  1. Terri says:

    I love to sew t-shirts and shorts for my husband and boys. I like to pick out crazy designs in bright colors!

  2. Bonnijean M says:

    My favorite thing to sew in the summer is skirts.

  3. leslie wright says:

    i love to sew really cool breezy dresses that you can just throw on and they are just cool and look cool and lovely and people that see you know you are really relaxed and cool.
    thats what i love to sew in the summer time!! please pick me??

  4. Maria Fairna says:

    Dresses! I love to make beautiful dresses for my daughter an for me.In summer time is too easy!

  5. barbara says:

    I fav thing to sew in the summer is tank tops to wear to work plus sheer, shawl collar jackets (aka: ‘cover my upper arms’ tops). that way I stay cool & professional :)

  6. Sher Mattison says:

    personalized beach coverups and personalized beach towels!!

  7. Crystal F says:

    I love to sew beach bags and beach cover-ups!

  8. Susan Brooks says:

    I like to sew skirts in the summer. This year I want to make a nice Shawl for when the nights get cooler.

  9. Carol Evans says:

    In the summer I like to do messy sewing projects like quilt art pieces so I can play with paints, adhesives, etc. out of doors rather than in my studio where I have to be more careful.

  10. Vicky Shortino says:

    Tank tops for the grands!!

  11. Lori Sepanik says:

    it’s my time to work on my “UFO”‘s ( unfinished projects) and create new ones …

  12. Deborah Woods says:

    I love making sundresses for me! Now that the maxi dresses are back in style, that has been my favorite thing to sew!

  13. alison komor says:

    my daughter is hooked on the granny style dresses that are so in this year, so i’ve been working on those as well as bandannas for the dogs & doll clothes…

  14. Paula W says:

    I guess it depends on the summer. I always make at least one summery skirt or dress, but this summer I am making maternity pants/shorts for my daughter.

  15. Victoria Butler says:

    I’m starting a yoyo project. I started making yoyos while camping. I wanted a “lap” project to do while watching tv or while camping. I’m not sure what I’ll make from them yet but I’m having fun in the meantime. It will probably be a small baby blanket.

  16. Greta says:

    I love to sew skirts, dresses, shorts and skorts for my girls. :)

  17. Ann Gonzales says:

    I love to sew skirts and dresses! I also enjoy sewing Civil War ball gowns:)

  18. Suzanne Ripple says:

    Love to make capris for the summer!

  19. Crystal Carawan says:

    I love to sew chef apron’s.

  20. Marsha DeHaven says:

    I like to work with knits for travel wear. They go together easily, and that leaves more time for having fun.

  21. Roxanne says:

    I love to handpaint silk scarves in the summer.

  22. miriam Acevedo says:

    I love to sew sundresses for me shorts and capris.

  23. SewLindaAnn says:

    Small projects like clutches and bee blocks. My attention span goes out of whack in the Summer!

  24. Doris says:

    Summer is my catch up time, I have so many things to mend that I haven’t had time during the school year so I try to do it during the summer!

  25. Eileen says:

    I love to make sundresses for my granddaughter.

  26. Susan P says:

    My favorite summer craft is sewing pillows. Easy!

  27. Brandy says:

    Right now I am completely addicted to fabric flowers!! I can’t get enough of them! I love how many different looks can be created from some scraps of material & buttons or beads!

  28. April Blazich says:

    I love to make shorts and shirts. Handbags come next!

  29. Pat Y says:

    cute little flirty dresses for my three year old granddaughter

  30. Elizabeth says:

    Beach bags, sun dresses, and hats are all my favorite summer sewing projects.

  31. MelodyJ says:

    I like skirts and dresses.

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  32. I like making tote bags with matching wallets. We are on the road so they are easy to do.

  33. Alice-Ann Ferderber says:

    I love to sew little purses. Adding decorative stitches, painted designs, quilting, embroidery and collage among other things. These are two fold purses with places for money, change, credit cards and a zipper area that will hold your passport so you are ready to go on a moment’s notice. They have a cross body thin strap so they are hands free!

  34. Liz King-Jones says:

    I love to just find time to be by myself and sew. I have lots of catching up to do since retiring; unfinished projects have been sorted and put in tote bags, waiting for me to get to them. I’m not starting new projects, just catching up on the old. Progress is being made.

  35. mitch j says:

    I like to sew t-shirt dresses for my girls.

  36. Blossom says:

    I just started sewing in December, so I don’t have a favorite summer sewing project yet. I like making small accessories and home decor items though.

  37. lynn says:

    I make embroidered pillowcases–fast!

  38. Mary Ann Westfield says:

    I love to sew tank tops and shorts or sun dresses for the summer.

  39. jeannie june 26 10:05 In the summer I love sewing skirts with matching purses.

  40. jeannie broadhurst june 10:05 In the summer I love sewing skirts with matching purses

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  42. Jean Boothe says:

    I love to sew beach bags, tank tops, and make cushions for my patio furniture.

  43. Marianne says:

    I love to make new curtains during the summer to brighten my spirit for the upcoming winter. Changes help make my home feel new and fresh.

  44. Wanda White says:

    I like to make designs on fabric with “flower pounding.” I enjoy growing flowers and look forward to the summer months when there is a paint palatte of blooms in my gardens. I use the “flower pounding” method to paint on fabric and then make pillows, purses, wall hangings, lap quilts. There is a huge amount of “free colors” all around and the planning of what I am going to do is as much fun as the doing because of all the “eye candy” I get! And the “eye candy” is not fattening!

  45. Barbara Ann says:

    I love to make aprons for myself and guests for our back yard BBQ’S. Easy and fast and my guests love it when I tell them they can take their aprons home.

  46. Carol Kopulos says:

    So far my best project in sewing this summer was a memory quilt (which I have never made a quilt in my 55 years of sewing) for my niece, who’s mother died when she was 2 years old. My brother-in-law asked to do this project an of course I could not say no. I was scared to death. Like I said, I have never done a quilt let alone a memory quilt. Bill, my brother-in-law came over with on less then 150 pictures. The first thing I did was call the store where I brought my sewing machine asking for help and they were just having a beginner’s class the next day and invited me to come. I did. I got some basic info but my mine was still spinning. The next thing I did was tell my husband that I could not do this because I had no idea where to start. He said her would help all he could and then I went to the internet and ask different sites for help and did not receive one answer, except sites trying to sell me thing. Not sleeping for two week and knowing that I need this not in the next four weeks, my husband began working and trying to set up a pattern and trying to figure out how to sew the picture in to the quilt. Of course the picture were of different size of course. To make my store short, we did get it finish two days before her graduation and she was surprised and happy that she had the special picture of a mother that she did not remember. A mother that she now could see how much she loved her during the time that they did have together, being it was only two years. This made my day, my year and the most awarding thing I have made for someone in the last 55 years. I have learned that you are never to old to learn something new.

    By the way, for six weeks my husband made me breakfast, lunch, dinner and helped designed the patterns for me to cut for the quilt. Best man in the world.

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