Free Stuff Friday!

Enter to win Flip-N-Cut Magic Templates by Omnigrid. This set includes three nested templates to make over 8 different shapes. Use these to create hundreds of designs for appliques, quilt blocks, scrapbook pages and more!

087538 285x300 Free Stuff Friday! Answer the following questions in the comments section to be entered to win:

What would you use these templates for?

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

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139 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I would use them for appliques. Maybe someday I will learn how to quilt and will use them for that.

  2. CrafterBerly says:

    I would see what I could do about making one of those uber popular tabletop trees or a 3d baked goods tin topper. My grandmother lives in a nursing home and this looks like something easy she could trace and cut out!

  3. Donna Soellner says:

    I would use them as designs for my short arm quilter, for an over all pattern.

  4. melissa says:

    applique of course, mobiles, quilting, card making, all kinds of stuff!!!!!

  5. kelli says:

    I would make something fun for my niece – quilt, pillowcase, book bag, etc.

  6. Kathy bruce says:

    Quilts, quilts and more quilts

  7. Melinda Thompson says:

    A template can be used for anything! Quilting, applique, scrapbooking.

  8. Nancy Kessler says:

    I would use them for quilts we make for expectant dads in the military overseas. The dads sign them and mail them home to mom and baby.

  9. Brenda Green says:

    I would use them for appliques & potholders. I am sure I could find many more uses.

  10. Susan Novak says:

    From looking at the picture, I would say I’d definitely use them for applique, but once I see them in person, I could probably find lots of uses for them.

  11. Jean Lowenberger says:

    Right now I would use them for scrap booking. l have fallen a little behind in the gluing and pasting and any help I can get at the moment would be greatly appreciated!

  12. Jeanne Gold says:

    As a gift … Since I don’t have a Flip n cut.

  13. Debbi Biedler says:

    I would like this great tool to use in quilting.

  14. Pat H. says:

    Never have enough circles for applique work. I guess I could figure out what else is in there.

  15. Linda T says:

    Since I do scrapbooking and quilting and other crafts, I can see these being used a lot. very cool!

  16. I applique coats and skirts. This would be great for shapes!

  17. Lori Mehrer says:

    I think it would be cool to use the circle templetes to add circle accents to a quilt. There is also an asterik & flower templete included so how fun these would be to use for a quilt or a fun wall hanging. I know there is a book included with the templetes to give you more ideas on how they can be used. I’d love to have a chance to use them.

  18. Marianne H says:

    I would use them for appliques, quilting, and scrapbooking.

  19. Cathy Tolbert says:

    Appliques! But also various and sundry crafts. I don’t know how many times I have tried to find a drinking glass that was just the right size circle.

  20. Frances T says:

    Applique, papercrafts and more!

  21. Annette says:

    Appliqués! And more.

  22. christien says:

    I would use it for applique and fondant shapings for cake decorationThanks

  23. MelodyJ says:

    To decorate a journal.


  24. Darlene M. LaMaster says:

    I would use these templates in quilt making.

  25. Mindy Weaver says:

    Applique and other craft projects.

  26. Penney says:

    I would use these templates to embellish my purse projects!

  27. Grace says:

    I can see some cards and journal pages embellished with these!

  28. Valerie says:

    Appliques galore!!!

  29. Nana says:

    I believe some flower shaped place mats for snack plates would be perfect for the large flower template.

  30. LISA COLES says:

    I would use these to make cards, scrapbook pages, quilt appliques, quilted potholder appliques – all would be put to good use!

  31. sue says:

    I would use them for quilting, appliques and scrapbooking.

  32. Laurie Dacus says:

    looks like I could use these for making flowers for the knitted hats I am working on right now. These would also work good for applique in sewing and quilting projects

  33. I really like different sewing things. Never seen one before, I like to try it. It looks like fun.

  34. Margaret Brantley says:

    To create applique shapes for fusible and needle-turn applique. My next project will be applique on a quilt.

  35. Karen says:

    I would absolutely use it for sewing and for making crafts with my four gransons, ages 8, 7, 4 and 2. They LOVE to do crafts and we would have to use the shapes to make whatever their smart little brains can come up with!

  36. Jodie Goodwin says:

    Have never seen these before but looks like it would be great for appliques (apparel sewing and quilting), scrapbooking , purses, +++++!!

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  38. Caroline Felpel says:

    appliques, quilt blocks

  39. Liz Thompson says:

    I love doing applique in the embroidery machine hoop so I would draw the sahe onto paper, scan it & digitize an applique in my embroidery software.

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