Free Stuff Friday!

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It’s Friday already! (Or…finally!!) Today we’re giving away this Sew-On Soft Touches embellishment from Dritz. Stitch ribbons on each end and make a statement necklace, or stitch to a neckline to spice up a shirt!

To win this fun prize, post your answer to the following question in the comments section below:

Do you make fabric jewelry?

The winner will be announced on Monday! Good luck and Happy Friday! icon smile Free Stuff Friday!

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89 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Martha Barrell says:

    Never made fabric jewelry but always willing to try something new.

  2. Maggie says:

    No, I have never made fabric jewelry, but love to learn something new.

  3. Eileen says:

    I have made some ribbon roses, but that’s about the extent. This book looks very inspirational for beautiful embellishments.

  4. Savannagal says:

    I’ve made a few brooches with my nieces as a craft project, but that’s it so far. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Mary Clare says:

    Haven’t made jewelry like this before, but it’s really cute! Would love to try it!

  6. Kate says:

    No, I have not, but I would love to learn!

  7. Natishia chacon says:

    I have not make any fabric jewelry since I was a teenager it might be fun to do some with grandkids.

  8. Maria Kievit says:

    I have not made fabric jewelry yet. Lovely idea tho!

  9. Nancy Simmons-Walker says:

    I have only made Friendship bracelets with embroidery floss. Ironically my daughter mentioned she wants to try making jewelry with tulle so I’m very interested!

  10. Robin Meadows says:

    I used to make jewelry but haven’t lately. It’s really funny since yesterday I got some of my jewelry books out to start back.

  11. Karen says:

    Putting on a fabric piece at the neckline of a t-shirt or blouse makes it unique. I have done this several times, since I do not own an embroidery machine. It’s a fun and easy project to make.

  12. ND Mizzi says:

    Just odds and ends for granddaughters to match new outfits made. But you have put some crazy ideas in my head and can’t wait to get started!

  13. Victoria Butler says:

    Would love to try this.

  14. Pat Hersl says:

    It’ really an embellishment on a fancy quilt block.

  15. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    I haven’t had a chance to, but I want to learn and try it.

  16. scheri says:

    Oh this would be fabulos to try on a neckline

  17. Samantha Bledsoe says:

    No but it sounds like a lot of fun!

  18. Susan Weber says:

    I have not made jewelry but ribbon jewelry looks beautiful and if I learn to do it then I could teach my Granddaughter.

  19. Yes—Kanzashi Tsumami flower pins.

  20. Brenda Hojonski says:

    I have never made fabric jewelry. Not because I don’t want to, but because I never considered it before. Looks like a new world of creativity opening up for me!

  21. Chris Worth says:

    I’ve made a couple very basic pieces of fabric jewelry. I plan to make more when soon.

  22. Eileen says:

    Just tried a few things…this item is amazing and I want to learn more!

  23. Tambra Vandal says:

    It’s been a long time that I have made Jewlery, & lately I have been thinking about getting back into it.

  24. Karin Kiltz says:

    Not yet, toyed with the idea though…

  25. christine jacob says:

    I enjoyed this craft when my daughter was a little girl and now I would like to do it again and embelish some beautiful silk pillows I am making.

  26. MjFavata says:

    I am in the process of making Fabric Braclets
    I am using Fabric Tubes and creative fabic shaping from my stash. Use and Reuse

  27. Jerry Beavers says:

    I have not, but would like to give it a try.

  28. Jennifer says:

    Yes and it’s so much fun. I’ve taken old clothes, twisted, tied and added beads to make fun necklaces my girls adore

  29. Wendy says:

    Yes I have. I made some cute crochetted bracelets that I embellished with buttons. Everyone I made them for loved them!

  30. Monica Bauschard says:

    Its on my bucket list – and I am now starting to cross off things would love to have more detailed instuctions – when I was younger could just look and see how to – now I am in my golden years (ha ha) I need detailed instuctions – how our lives change.

  31. Kelly Preciado says:

    As of yet, the only fabric jewelry I have made was a pin with a spider cameo in it for a Halloween costume this past year. It turned out great and I plan on making more jewelry in the future.

  32. I have never made fabric jewelry. I love to make jewelry so that has to be something I will need to learn how to do. I love learning new crafty things.

  33. I am trying but it takes alot of practice too make perfect! LOL!!!

  34. Pam says:

    No I haven’t but have always wanted too!!!

  35. Suzanne Ripple says:

    I make free standing lace embroideries and have transformed them into jewelery. I add some beading ususally to make the stand out and they ususally turn out great. I have also made some simple fabric pins.

  36. Jessica McGuigan says:

    oh, I have made little yo-yo pins, headbands, and barrettes for my 5 year old daughter.

    by the way, that Dritz embellishment would be awesome on a long t-shirt dress.

  37. vickie blose says:

    not in a long time. thinking that would look great on a fancy pillow for my bed.

  38. I am positive I could created something wonderful with this!!

  39. Kimerie Turnipseed says:

    I have “attempted” several pieces of fabric jewelry. None of them turned out the way I had hoped but I will keep trying. Practice makes perfect, right? (or makes you crazy :) )

  40. Jessica McGuigan says:

    I’ve made friendship bracelets, but don’t know if that counts. I’ve seen lots of adorable fabric jewelry and I’m sure one day the urge will hit me and I’ll end up making something.

  41. Carol says:

    I have brought the instructions for fabric jewelry made with soft foam hair rollers, back and forth, from Illinois to Arizona, for the past 3 years and still haven’t started the project. Maybe this would give me inspiration to get moving on fabric jewelry!!

  42. Sue Huffman says:

    I don’t make fabric jewelry very often, although I did make a felt bead set. My daughter however has made several crocheted necklaces using fabric strips and I have helped a friend make lovely scarf/necklaces from t-shirts cut in thin strips.

  43. Cynthia Smith Huhman says:

    No, but always willing to learn something new!

  44. Gail Banks says:

    No I have never made fabric jewlery.. I finally have Daughter in laws and 2 Granddaughters so would like to make gifts for them!!

  45. Christy Leonard says:

    Sadly no, but I do love the look. Wide variety of options.

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  47. Mickey says:

    I have not, but i love to try new things

  48. Vickie says:

    I haven’t, but I would love to experiment with this! I have gotten my daughter doing seed bead stitching and she loves it!

  49. Amy Feller says:

    I have never made fabric jewelry but it looks really cool!

  50. Jeanne says:

    I hace made a few roses to embellish a garment but not anything else. Something for my “to try in retirement” list which is a few years down the road!