Free Stuff Friday!

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Happy Free Stuff Friday!

Since we missed last week due to some internet problems in the office, today we’re giving away some great sewing supplies to two lucky winners:

The Crafter’s Choice, Micro Stitch (pictured on the left) for basting quilts, fixing fallen hems and decorating crafts AND the book Sew It, Stuff It by Rob Merrett!

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

What are your favorite projects to make for little kids? Stuffed animals, clothes, or toys?

Good luck and Have a wonderful weekend! The winners will be announced on Monday!

 Free Stuff Friday!
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153 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. kathleen says:

    I make pj’s, shorts, dresses & skirts or whatever my grandkids want me to make for them.

  2. twila kennedy says:

    I enjoy making children’s clothing there are so many different designs

  3. Audrey says:

    I enjoy making so many things, but I love to see the grands in clothes I’ve made them

  4. Carrie Cunningham says:

    I love making toddlers dresses with tons of lace!

  5. Anita says:

    I enjoy making stuffed animals and soft blankets for children.

  6. May Lee-Jarvis says:

    I like to make fabric dolls for my grandchildren.

  7. Shirley Osborn says:

    Like doing all three, but little girl clothes ranks number one, especially frilly dresses.

  8. Marilyn Snow says:

    I enjoy making clothes and the occational stuffed toy. I like using my embroidery machine to add embellishment to plain things that we buy.

  9. Pam Schoelles says:

    I enjoyed making my daughters’ clothes and this August I will get a chance to make clothes for my granddaughter. I am already planning some layette items and putting my two embroidery machines to use.

  10. Carol Hamilton says:

    I love making baby blankets, clothes and toys.

  11. wandie says:

    for little ones i love to make bags to store their stuff in! i love making bags for big people too!

  12. tammy t says:

    For the first time, I have made stuffed dolls (for domestic violence initiative with Sew It All Mag) and an elephant. I had my son (27 yr) draw the pattern for the elephant and I used some lovely Moda fabric to make it. I really enjoyed doing this and would like to make a complete cloth doll next.

  13. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    I have to say clothes especially for little girls because they are so cute in their small size. I made aprons one year for Easter to put in the baskets and included cookie cutters in fun shapes like flowers, butterflies and hearts.

  14. Eileen says:

    I love to sew clothing for children, especially my 2 Grand Angels. From fancy to simple, it’s all fun. The best part is seeing the smile of their faces when Mom snaps a photo and sends it to Grammy. Of course, toys are fun too, but my first love is stocking their clothes closet!

  15. wandie says:

    for kids I love to make stuffed animals,also pillows, one of my grandson favorite is his superman cape!

  16. Lori Rondeau says:

    Pajamas and blankets/quilts for the grandkids!

  17. Bev says:

    I like to make “funny face” stuffed cuddly dolls and bags.

  18. Latricia Self says:

    My favorite thing to make for little kids are clothes.

  19. Lori says:

    Looks like fun stuff

  20. Jamie F says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…little sleeping bags for my sons stuffed animals. They are just too cute :-)

  21. Julia Mitchell says:

    I love to make dolls and clothes for my granddaughters!

  22. Marie Waterman says:

    I love to make small bags for kids. My daughter loves to put her babies and dishes in bags to take with her places.

  23. Susan Hahaj says:

    My favorite items to make for kids are pillows and fun things like princess crowns, and superman capes and dress-up imagination items for playtime! Susan

  24. Nichole Strick says:

    I love to make kids clothes. So far it has just been for my two girls, and their 18 inch dolls!

  25. Charlene Wilder says:

    Clothes, particularly things that are unique, like a fancy dress with quilt to match, or something with machine embroidery on it.

  26. Alyce Cheever says:

    I enjoy sewing garments more then anything.

  27. Mama Lusco says:

    I love to make clothes but also would like to try some dolls & softies.

  28. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I made some felt food for my granddaughter. It was fun and much easier than I thought, and she loved it.

  29. Kathy Read says:

    I enjoy making blankets for the little ones. Just got done with one cuddly baby blanket. But one of my favorite projects was a request from my three year old grandson for potholders, and mitts so he can be a “chef” with his play food. Now I just need to make him a chef’s hat!

  30. Gale Neihart says:

    I have put on a pound or two and am in need of some new pants. Sew, that’s what I will be doing this weekend. I love it!

  31. Jean Thomas says:

    I LOVE making clothes for my granddaughters, ages 8, twin 5 year olds, and another that is due any day. I have just finished one of the smallest wads of ruffles and lace you could imagine and I can’t wait to see her in it! Next I have a diaper bag ready to sew and then the girls mom has decided to use cloth diapers this time so I will be venturing out on making diapers as soon as possible. What a delightful way to spend my days!!

  32. Pat Hersl says:

    I feel the best about making little dresses for my granddaughter. I think that’s my forte.

  33. Loretta T says:

    Stuffed animals, have been making large pillow sized ones.

  34. Debbie Ward says:

    attempting to learn how to make clothing and stuffed animals for my 6 great nephews, excited that my youngest is moving in with a gal that has a 9 month old girl and one of her good friends will be having a girl! finally girl stuff as that seems easier to attempt clothing wise!! would love to win the stuffed animal book! Thanks for the opportunity

  35. Joyce Evans says:

    I love to make stuffed animals and anytype of baby clothes. Whenever I finish a project I get such a good feeling and an even better feeling when a give a small child a toy that I made and nif they are old enough to see their eyes light up. Have a couple of new little ones due in the next few months, so busy making them what ever I have supplies for.

  36. Ahren Wagner says:

    I love making clothes for my three kids. I have just started making stuffed animals and lots of AG doll clothes.

  37. Vicki Flegal says:

    For girls clothes and clothes for their dolls, mostly 11.5″ fashion dolls and 18″ dolls. For boys clothes and bags, baskets, etc. for storing toys.

  38. Jessica Miller says:

    I love making clothing for my daughter! But I’ve made a few stuffed toys and would like to make more.

  39. Melinda Thompson says:

    Garments are the prize of the day. My little ones aren’t so little anymore, so clothing on demand is the way to go.

  40. Wanda Johnson says:

    I make ‘blankies’for them. I use flannel on one side and a washable satin on the other.
    I never thought an edge of ‘silky’ was enough. Whole cloth with wavy quilt lines. One of these comforters has gone to college with a kiddo. Another was packed to travel to Olympic tryouts. One became the dogs fav. Ya can never tell who’s gonna love them most.

  41. Natishia Chacon says:

    Great olive it

  42. Roberta says:

    I like to sew stuffed animals, even though my attempts at monkeys look like aliens! It’s fun either way…

  43. Tracy says:

    I love to make pillowcase dresses or some kind of blanket they can drag around; fleece or a quilt. Both are quick and easy to make.

  44. Mary Jo Benjamin says:

    Definitely dresses. I love it when my granddaughters don’t want to take their dresses off. It’s worth a lot to see that happy face.

  45. Lois Valentin says:

    I love to make clothes for my grandchildren, specifically costumes. Just recently I made Dolly Madison for my youngest granddaughter for a school project and Gumby for my tween grandson who loves to wear it in front of their home waving at the traffic making people smile.

  46. Laura says:

    Stuffed animals and dolls, from dragons to princesses.

  47. Rose says:

    Don’t normally sew for kids, but who doesn’t love toys. That basting gun looks really cool for quilts.

  48. Virginia Darwin says:

    I have 4 boys and through the years, I have made every kind of costume you can imagine. The batman cape was used again this by a college student!!

  49. georgi says:

    clothes for kids and there dolls

  50. Sue Haver says:

    I always enjoy making “specialty” clothes for the little ones…wedding attire, etc. When there’s no special occasion coming up, I make them all pillowcases to fit the season or holiday.