Free Stuff Friday

Happy Good Friday and Happy Free Stuff Friday!

Today we’re giving away some great sewing supplies to one lucky winner: All-Purpose Sewers Aid by Dritz and a Needle Sampler by Kathy Delaney.

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Apply Sewers Aid to thread, the machine needle, presser foot, scissors, metal zippers and more for smoother and easier sewing!

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Get 16 different sizes of needles from Kathy Delaney’s “Windblown” needle sampler.

I seem to always need hand-sewing needles–where do mine all go? Do I lose them in the carpet when I hand-sew sitting on the floor? All I know is, I am constantly searching my sewing room for one when I need it!

To enter for a chance to win these sewing supplies, simply answer the following question in the comments section below:

What sewing supplies are you always in need of?

Good luck and Happy Easter! The winner will be announced on Monday!

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127 Responses to Free Stuff Friday

  1. Paula Henderson says:

    I always need marking pens that erase with water or air. I live where it is always dry and the pens dry up quickly even when capped.

  2. Tara Rose says:

    I am always running out of thread!! Never have enough!

  3. Terri Stauffer says:

    I am always in need of strong thread and hand sewing needles. I do a lot of hand sewing and am always in need of both.

  4. Kathy Hanley says:

    I need needles! I recently had to hand sew something and I didn’t have one needle. I started shaking the spools of thread to see if one was inside the spool and found one. I don’t know where they go either….

  5. Viviana says:

    A thimble, and needles! Oh boy, my poor fingers are all full of scars and wounds because I keep misplacing my thimble, and my needles keep getting bent because I have to do acrobatics with my fingertips to avoid even more wounds… I don’t have a sewing machine, so I do it all by hand!

  6. yarnball says:

    I never seem to have my tape measure handy when I need it!

  7. Teresa Wright says:

    Thread, thread and more thread! So many colors so little time!

  8. Lorraine Augerbright says:

    I am always in need of thread. Seems when I start a new project I have to go buy thread because nothing I have is just the right color.

  9. Melanee Simpson says:

    interfacing..I always forget to check to see if I have the right weight until I go to cut out the material…then it’s another trip to the store *lol*..

  10. Pat Janowiak says:

    I’m always in need of sharp pins. Time after time they have to be drawn through some bees wax before sliding through material!

  11. Judy Hirschel says:

    Good product

  12. trisha scott says:

    im always in need of more yarn and needles

  13. Jeanne says:

    My tape measure, seam gauge and yardstick are always missing! I have extras to try to combat this but sometimes I still can’t find anything to measure with!

  14. LYNN ALBRIGHT says:

    i always need stabilizer

  15. Monuel Barksdale says:

    always thread.

  16. Susan Brooks says:

    Paper for paper piecing. Each block takes a sheet and copy paper is a poor substitute. Special paper is closer to a thin construction paper. Well that and printer ink for all the ideas I print and paper piecing patterns you need to print.

  17. S Thompson says:

    Never have enough thread and pins are never where I need them….when I need them.

  18. Sue Cone says:

    Scissors and thread
    Can’t keep the scissors sharp enough and not enough colors in thread

  19. christine jacob says:

    Needles, needles everywhere- where are they? Now I need a needle threader- can’t see for beans! and the wax for the thread- love it.

  20. Heather Seaman says:

    Thread! =) And pins!

  21. sue says:

    Needles and thread. Either I drive 90 miles or order online. I think my needles are in hiding with the missing socks!

  22. Brenda Alta says:

    Always need basic sewing needs, sharp small scissors and good sharp needles!!

  23. I am always in need of needles. I now need needle threaders also.

  24. I do a lot of zipper repairs on jeans for my family and friends in the neighborhood. So I use a lot of size 18 needles in my machine and break them. But i love to sew and make things. Sewing supplies are best are when you have a big supply on hand.

  25. Karen says:

    needles and pins

  26. I always need needles of all sizes. I need them for when I’m sewing jeans and break one and I can’t seem to fine one when I’m hand sewing.

  27. Wendy Scott says:

    marking pencils, they seam to walk away after I use them.

  28. I”m always looking for thr right color of thread, it seems like I never have the right color for my project even though I have lots of thread.

  29. Patsi Novia says:

    One can never have enough needles and sewing aids…..I adore notions!!

  30. Cindy Landry says:

    I am always in need of threads. It seems as though as soon as I get ready to start a new project, that is the thread I am missing. I am also always misplacing my scissors or they maybe growing legs and walking away (my husband I think is guilty). LOL So I keep buying new scissors because I don’t want to use them when I get them back from where ever they have been.

  31. Sheila Harris says:

    hand sewing needles,
    machine needles – especially heavy duty ones for jeans,
    seam gauges – they seem to vanish into thin air,
    new blades for my rotary cutter,
    marking supplies – chalk, pens, pencils, anything that works!
    good sharp pins
    a way to try to keep all this stuff organized!

  32. Susan WEber says:

    I am always in need of needles, thread, marking items, and small scissors. They never seem to be around where and when I need them.

  33. barbara wesley says:

    I have seam stop for after i serge a seam, it works real good, and sewing needles for my sewing machine, I am interested though in these sewing needles because they look interesting…. i don’t have many of those…

  34. Annemarie Taylor says:

    I always need needles. I can never find my needles when I need to do a quick repair job.

  35. Robin Cole says:

    I am always needing needles. With 4 machines I can never seem to have enough.

  36. Brandi Perkins says:

    I can never find regular needles just to sew a button on!!!

  37. Su says:

    I always seem to need hand needles.

  38. Suzanne Ripple says:

    Always need new thread to match the colors of my projects! Seems like I can never have enough thread to find a match!

  39. Holly Kerksiek says:

    Somehow my scissors like to hide.

  40. Anne Cohen says:

    Interfacing!

  41. April Blazich says:

    I’m always in need of really good marking pens and marking supplies.

  42. carol womack says:

    I use them at the sewing machine and while I’m hand sewing or doing needlepoint or cross stitch, so they have lots of hididng places. Never where I need them.

  43. carol womack says:

    Sorry, meant to say seam ripper.

  44. Linda Phillip says:

    Pins, threads and for some odd reason I am always losing my tape measure.

  45. Rosemary says:

    Needles and thread!!!!

  46. Regina Roza says:

    small rulers with a slide on them and interfacing of any kind

  47. Tammy says:

    hand sewing needles,
    machine needles – especially heavy duty ones for jeans,
    seam gauges – they seem to vanish into thin air,
    new blades for my rotary cutter,
    marking supplies – chalk, pens, pencils, anything that works!
    good sharp pins
    needle threaders
    a way to try to keep all this stuff organized!

  48. Mardi says:

    Never seem to have the right interfacing for the project…have plenty of interfacing, just never what I need.

  49. stephanie chavez says:

    I know I’m not “out” of scissors but I’d realllike to remember where I set them down.

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