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. Robin Allen says:

    I always need bobbins. I do a lot of free standing lace projects and need bobbins for all the different colors I use.

  2. Amber R. says:

    needles for sure! for some reason mine get bent and that’s impossible to work with!

  3. Kim Miller says:

    I’m in need of everything moved in with my daughter and all my sewing supplies are still in Indiana and I’m now in PA. Plus I just got the new singer anniversary machine.

  4. Kim West says:

    needles, sewing and machine. I never seem to be able to find the right hand sewing needle when I want it. I don’t unthread any that have left over thread in them they sit on my pin cushion ready to go. I just can’t seem to waste that bit of left over thread. Machine needles are always dulling or breaking right in the middle of a project.

  5. CL Williams says:

    Thread – no matter how many spools I have, the color I need seems not to be there.

  6. Linda Acosta says:

    Fusible stabilizer, Ribbon and Zippers

  7. Roberta Benson says:

    Thread and needles. I swear I buy thread and needles and then don’t have the right color or size when I need it. Then again, one can never have too much thread, needles and fabric.

  8. Diana Guzman says:

    Machine needles for all the different fabrics I see with.

  9. Rita says:

    Needles. I always need needles.

  10. Carol Boeker says:

    Wonder Tape!!! I love this stuff. I use it when I put in a zipper,to hold buttons in place while I sew them on, any time I use pipeing or lace, to hold “slick” fabrics together – makes it so much easier to sew those seams!! Anyway I use alot of it.

  11. Linda T says:

    Dritz Wonder Tape is my number 1 supply I am always looking for. My husband sews also, so he takes it and doesn’t return it. He does that with a lot of my notions, leaving me to search his messy area for them. When notions go on sale for 50% off at the fabric store, I stock up on Wonder Tape and machine needles mainly.

  12. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    I always need extra straight pins because I have a couple of projects going at once or the current project uses all my pins up.

  13. Maria Kievit says:

    Machine needles, normal needles ie, the ones without too small holes to put the thread thru, and safety pins are things I constantly look for. Thanks for the giveaway.

  14. Rebecca W. says:

    I am ALWAYS in need of new sewing needles and pins! It seems I go through them so fast! I wonder what happens to them all! I’m off to put a new needle in my machine now and pin together a purse I’m making!

  15. Mickey says:

    Scissors…it seems my good sewing scissors always disappear to other places in the house…everyone knows where to look for scissors, my sewing room…

  16. sarah gurley says:

    I always need needles

  17. Tracy Enos says:

    Big safety pins for holding the layers of quilts together! I start pinning and always seem to run out of pins before I run out of quilt!

  18. Brandi Bradley says:

    I am always needing bobbins!

  19. Tambra Vandal says:

    I go through a lot thread…..usually I’m out of a particular color when I’m ready to start a new sewing project.

  20. Carol McCauley says:

    Thread!

  21. Sarah Seeley says:

    Thread! No matter what colors I buy, never seam to have the right one, and neutral colors just disappear when I need them.

  22. Audrey Boyd says:

    I find that I can always use a good needle threader.

  23. tammy baker says:

    I so could use this…and i just love free craft things

  24. Audrey Boyd says:

    I can always use a good needle threader.

  25. Carol Hamilton says:

    Bobbins seem to be the one thing I need the most. Why can’
    t someone invent a bobbin that uses just the amount you need for a project. There is always extra and you just hate to take it off and throw it away.

  26. audrey says:

    needles

  27. Lori Rogers says:

    I seem to break a needle every time I sew and therefore I seem to run out of sewing macine needles at the worst possible time!

  28. alexia says:

    Thread and fusible webbing. I never have the right color thread!!!

  29. Beth B says:

    Needles. They seem to disappear like magic.

  30. virginia mayfield says:

    Embroidery needles are always in demand with me. I love Sew News.

  31. Savannagal says:

    I’m sure I don’t even know what I’m missing. I only have a few sewing supplies. When I read blogs and browse around online I see so many cool tools that I’ve never heard of and that would surely make sewing easier and more fun. I guess if I had to choose I’d say scissors. I’m always laying them down in one place and needing them in another. Thanks for the giveaway.

  32. Hazel Evans says:

    I need some double sewing machine needles and some ball point for sewing knit

  33. Amy says:

    I always need a good needle threader and more thread. Constantly winding new colors onto bobbins. Great giveaway!

  34. Sandra Hamilton says:

    Sewing machine needles and glass headed fine pins.

  35. Kathy Hulsmann says:

    Fabric! (sigh) I just can never have enough! LOL

  36. karen says:

    I am always in need of needles, both handsewing and machine needles.

  37. Cathy Tolbert says:

    Straight pins- good ones. The crummy ones seem to multiply, while the good ones disappear.

  38. Pat Hersl says:

    You got it–thread and the right size hand needle. Must go on the hunt for the needles every time. It’s exhausting!

  39. Jean Clark-Collins says:

    Sewing machine needles is the supply I seem to run out of and end up making a special trip to pick up. Need to buy them in bulk so I have them I guess.

  40. DeeDee says:

    My seam ripper is never in sight when I need it.

  41. Donna Burgess says:

    I seem to always run out of good sharp pins. Love to have a variety, so the right ones are never in enough supply!

  42. Beth says:

    I always use a hand needle to hem my dresses or anything with a deep hem, it just looks better to me. Oh to have someplace handy to store them and retrieve them! And have you ever tried to the sticky-back hook and loop tape by hand? What a mess!! Something to keep the needle ‘slick’ would be helpful!

  43. kaylee murphy says:

    Everything!!! :/

  44. Debra says:

    A seam ripper! :(

  45. Gale Neihart says:

    Actually I’m always in need of Fray Check. I frequently use it at the end of a seam, or when tieing threads off.

  46. Donna Bierman says:

    I need pins, especially the superfine ones, so they don’t leave holes in my thin fabrics. Plus a good supply of zippers and thread. Never used the wonder tape, but would love to try it!

  47. Amy S says:

    I always have a plethora of ballpoint needles when I am sewing wovens, but when I want a knit dress I only have standard needles. Where are all my ball points going?!

  48. Carol Gartrell says:

    I’m always running to a store for interfacing and machine needles.

  49. Mary M says:

    Needles of all kinds and thread. I never seem to have the right size needle or the right color of thread.

  50. tammy t says:

    I just started sewing and I never have the correct color thread. I have just ordered 20 spools of different colors to start building my supply.

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