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. Lydia V says:

    I would use them for scrapbooking, quilting, stamping, applique. There are a lot of things that these could be used for…pictures of some sort…ideas can be endless!

  2. Sheri Bord says:

    Looks like I could make shapes to work into quilt blocks or stuffed ornaments to give as gifts or applique for pillow tops or …lots of ideas spinning around in my head :)

  3. Kathy Felker says:

    Applique and to help make quilting easier… I’m not much of a quilter… yet!

  4. nicole huisinga says:

    I would use these for purses to give as gifts, and to make dance bags for my girls. Maybe to make some hair decorations and appliques for recycled sweater mittens.

  5. Maria Kievit says:

    Probably would also use it to trace patterns on a quilt. These look like fabulous templates with lots of ways to be able to use them.

  6. Pam G says:

    I am re-learning to sew, so I am having to build my supplies from scratch ( I haven’t sewed in over 30 years). These would be a great addition to my supplies. I will use them for my quilts and crafts.

  7. Maribel says:

    I would make a pillow for my girls

  8. Margaret Craig says:

    Dear Santa,

    I’ve received coal before and now I think more with my heart than I do with my smart mouth.

  9. Why, applique of course!! I mostly make templates out of cardboard I ‘recycle’ from empty grocery boxes; cereal, popcorn, soymilk etc. But I love plexy templates!

  10. Lela says:

    There are lots of things you can create with versatile tools like these, and because they’re clear, you can use them to fussy cut designs in fabrics and paper. I think my first project might be a mobile, or maybe even 3D flowers for a centerpiece or a pillow top.

  11. Judith Smith says:

    I would use them to make the appliques on Native American regalia…It is so hard to do circles and other shapes when drawing things out…

  12. Kim N says:

    Applique for my little girl and for trying my hand at making a quilt!

  13. marsha evans says:

    I would love to create applique on dresses for my granddaughters and of course, quilts, table runners, place mats…….hmmm…. the list goes onnnnn.

  14. I’m making animal pillows for the children at the elementary school who probably won’t get much else for Christmas. This would come in very handy!!!

  15. Eileen says:

    I am just getting into the idea of quilting something more ambitious than trims on tote bags. This product looks like it would give me the confidence to branch out into new quilting ideas.

  16. karen smith says:

    Iam showing my granddaughter how to sew.And we will ues them for a lot of things.

  17. Loretta T says:

    Make a quilt for my daughter.

  18. Sharon says:

    I see lots of uses for these….what fun

  19. MARY STOTT says:

    VERY INTERESTING. I MIND IS GOING.

  20. murlu says:

    Appliques, quilt blocks…EVERYTHING!!!

  21. Michelle Shook says:

    coasters, applique, ornaments, embellishing and whatever else the mind becomes inspired to do.

  22. Mary says:

    I would use them in my Mother’s nursing home group to trace patterns to color and make cards and special notes with. This would help them with motor skills and having fun. I personally would use them for applique and other sewing adventures.

  23. Jamie Fukofuka says:

    Way too many things to make a list of what I could use these for. First thing I thought of was “perfect circles”. I would love to win these :-)

  24. Anne McDonnell says:

    I would definitely use them for quilting. I might even try applique!

  25. Sondra House says:

    I would use these for appliques on a quilt or even on placemats like snowflakes, make a handbag out of the larger one, there is so many options as to what you could use these for. I would be so lucky to be the winner of this item.

  26. Karen A says:

    I would use these for quilt designs, appliques, purses, pockets, etc.

  27. Roberta Benson says:

    I would use them for quilting and small handbags. They look like they would be fun to use for everything and anything.

  28. Kim Greaves says:

    This would be a wonderful addition to my crafting room. I would love to use it for quilting. Thank you.

  29. Kelly Eckler says:

    I would use these to make appliques as I do a lot of quilting. I could make numerous and different designs that would be AWESOME!

  30. Tina Gordon says:

    Door prizes for my ASG neighborhood group, Quilters Sew Too!!

  31. Rayna says:

    I would use this for sewing, my 10 year old son is learning to sew with me and I would have him using these. I would also use them for scrapbooking – once a month we get together at my friends house and have a mom night! Thanks!

  32. Ewise says:

    Decor pillows, next year’s stockings, appliques for everything baby.

  33. Mama Lusco says:

    Clothing appliques!

  34. Leanna Chideste says:

    I would make something for my grandkids…with bright colors on a shirt for each probably…TY :)

  35. Diane Standish says:

    I am mainly a scrapbooker so I would use them for that purpose, but I have scraps of material that I have want to start a quilt-so I would use them for that too!

  36. Teri Van Zile says:

    I would see what I could do to use them to make things to be added to my granddaughters outfits that I make them. I would use them for quilting and applique….I would just let my imagination go wild.. Thanks for the opportunity to enter this contest and get a chance to win a great product.
    Thanks,
    Teri

  37. Vicki Delano says:

    I would use them for cutting out fabric shapes to applique on to just about anything…. t’s, sweats, towels, pj’s ~ anything!

  38. Kyla Olson says:

    I can see a cute flower raw edged applique quilt for my 5 and 6 year old girls out of the large flower template. And, a small snowflake wall hanging out of the pointy template. And, I am sure I would find at least 25 other uses for it in pretty short order!!

  39. CHRISTINE GLICK says:

    I would use them in sewing or use some of the shapes for my Sunday School class projects.

  40. Annette Deardurff says:

    I would use them to make embellishments for my purses I make!

  41. Shirley Osborn says:

    Our youngest child is a senior in high school this year so I would love to add these templates to my quilting projects I can’t wait to start when the last one is off to college.

  42. Judith Stuart says:

    Applique, Applique, Applique and anything else I can think of for my granddaughters!

  43. Krystal Bennett says:

    I love this one! Photo cutouts, quilting, ornaments, lots of ideas :)

  44. Claudia Collins says:

    I do sewing , so they would be used for that. However, I have never seen them before so it would be fun to experiment.

  45. Peggy Aronson says:

    embellishing purses

  46. Lynn Lawrence says:

    Applique. Lots and lots of applique.

  47. Shirley says:

    creating… creating… creating… fabric flowers, quilt blocks, embellishments for doll clothes…. oh, make it mine… make it mine!

  48. Deena says:

    Fantastic things for sure!

  49. Venus says:

    I would use them to create costumes for the cloth dolls I make. I would use the shapes for layering, as peplums, as sleeves and as applique.

  50. Denise Levasseur says:

    I would probably be appliqueing everything in sight!

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