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!

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153 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Wendy Graves says:

    I love making children’s clothing! So much opportunity for creativity!!

  2. kathleen says:

    I make whatever my grandkids want-pj’s, pillows, shorts, dresses, skirts and more. I love to sew for them.

  3. Linda White says:

    I make Raggedy Ann and/or Andy dolls for all the newborns in our family. This year there are four new babies coming in the next three months! I also make baby bonnets to wear at their christening. I lost count a long time ago, but am sure I have made over five dozen Raggedy dolls!

  4. Babs Jenkins says:

    FROGS and I have done for many years. Each year I say ‘no more’, then I see a bit of fabric and think ‘that would make a lovely frog’!!! And away we go again. They wear hats, have funny hair, bow ties, pinnies, jewelry, hold brooms, magic wands, bunches of flowers, even little messages on sticks, ~~~ but all are different characters and have different jobs to do. They hold my glasses on the table, keep my papers in order on the ‘puter desk, hide small change in the car, etc, etc, etc. But I think I have to give in and admit that they are with me for life…………

  5. Cynthia T. says:

    I love making PJ bottoms and pillow cases for the kids. Your posts reminds me of the frog bean bag I used to make when I was A LOT younger. I need to dig that pattern out and make some up..

  6. Carol D. says:

    Stuffed animals. Easy to create an animal that is age appropriate.

  7. Joan says:

    I love making clothes!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Mary Lou says:

    I am thrilled to make my Greatgrand children soft, washable animal toys. I make them for my grandchilden’s friends new babies too. I put my love into them, and
    get a thrill when they like them.

  9. Savannagal says:

    I love to make toys. Kids love ‘em so you can’t go wrong.

  10. I make beautiful items for my grandchildren and I donate animal quilts to abused and hospitalized children

  11. Chris says:

    I have two girls I sew with and I’m always looking for children friendly project to do with them. Stuffed toys for their younger sibbllings are always a hit. My favorite stuffed toy I made was 2 life size three year dolls. I had them sitting in the living room waiting for their hair and clothes to be made when my husband came home from a business trip late at night they give him quite the fright.

  12. Paula says:

    What a wonderful give away! For the new babies in our family I will make each thier own quilt. Also along with the quilt is a soft toy. Thanks for the give away.

  13. I like to sew clothes for little ones…

  14. Daphne Bradley says:

    I like to make stuff rabbits and clothes for them for little children.

  15. Rosemary Griffis says:

    Clothes, costumes. After three sons, and two grandsons, two little granddaughters came into our lives. At three and five, they are a delight and inspire my creativity. The older one doesn’t like to wear pants — only dresses for her, and the younger will probably copy her older sister.

  16. carol womack says:

    I have a favorite crochet pattern for a newborn’s open-front sweater and booties. It’s a lacy pattern made with baby yarn, so it takes a long time, but it’s fun to make. I also have a great pattern for a machine-quilted bunting for which I can dig into my stash.

  17. Rebecca White says:

    I love making bins and storage for all my little ones toys and things even more than making the Toys!

  18. Hats and blanket knitted or made of polar fleece.

  19. Kelsky R says:

    Most of the things I sew are baby accessories like diaper bags, changing pads, swaddling blankets, hooded towels, bibs and so on.

  20. Heather Seaman says:

    I make a lot of barbie doll clothes and accessories. Also I make my girlies bags to hold all their stuff!

  21. Linda Acosta says:

    I love making stuffed animal toys. The best part is when it comes to life after its stuffed!

  22. Mary Currier says:

    I love to make clothes for the grand kids.

  23. Debra Lee says:

    Stuffed Animals for sure!

  24. Blossom says:

    I love sewing, knititng, or crocheting baby blankets, and I also love sewing pillow cases for kids.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  25. Charlotte Suroviec says:

    Sewing if one of my favorite hobbies. When I need to get some time away from all the commotion of raising ten children, going to my sewing/craft room helps to relax.

  26. maria elena blecha says:

    I love sewing for children!! I love making stuff dolls!! also short sets and little dresses, pillowcases were lots of fun at easter too

  27. Clothes, because I can personalize them to their liking.

  28. Nancy Holman says:

    I only have one grandson, so I enjoy making soft quilts and toys.

  29. Lola says:

    I love to sew, right now i’m working on a crazy quilt, but i also do alot of crafts, so any prize is greatly used!!!
    Thanks for a chance.
    Lola

  30. Valyn Hatch says:

    I like making the tri-colored pillow cases for my grandkids, I know they have plenty, but they are fun to make when you have such an array of fabrics for all the holidays and kid shows.

  31. Debra Luecke says:

    I love making purses and bags for them. Of course then they want a dress to match.

  32. valerie smith says:

    I enjoy making stuffed toys and pj bottoms for our church. We then give these to the food bank for christmas baskets.

  33. Sharon says:

    Stuffed animals are easy to make for any age…using different materials with safety in mind. I adjust making their favorite animal as they grow and tastes change.

  34. Patty says:

    I love to make quilts for babies and young children. There’s nothing like a blankie to comfort a child!

  35. reta allan says:

    I love making stuffed animals.

  36. shortseam says:

    I like making stuffed toys. My grandson likes to play with the “toys” that grandma makes for him.

  37. Line De Cotret says:

    Hello , I make fabric dolls all the time and sell them to my co workers.

  38. Katheen says:

    I oved to so sew doll clothes that matched my little girls out fits. I would include matching panties, bonnets and doll shoes from the leftver scraps. Oh course they needed blankets, coats to keep thier babies warm. My girls are grown now but their children still use these outfits. the real challenge was making matching nightgowns and caps.

  39. Katheen says:

    I forgot to add that I made backpacks customizing to each of thier needs. Once I made a horse for a cabbage Patch doll with western attire. Sewing is my passion to create something that no one else has.

  40. Tula says:

    I love making heirloom clothing.

  41. Maria Nogueira says:

    Eu faço trico para os netos e acolchoados bem quentinhos
    Obrigada

  42. Cynthia R Melocik says:

    Right now my favorite sewing is for my three grandchildren – 2 girls, 1 boy – mostly clothes, but also dolls with clothes for them.
    Life is good!

  43. Roxy says:

    I love making fun things for my grandchildren. Cloth books, crayon/colored pencil/marker roll-ups, quilts, clothes and am just beginning to get involved with charity quilts for kids.

  44. Lynda says:

    I like to make quilts and blankets for little ones. No matter what age they are, they love them too.

  45. Connie Berg says:

    I love to make costumes. It seems to send the kids into another era. and they love to dress up like people they have only seen in books

  46. Gerry Barrett says:

    Hooded towels with their name on it. As I don’t want children out in public with their name plastered for anyone to call them by it, I go with towels, pillowcases & pj’s! But the towels are always a winner! Also add a little design of whatever they love..cars, trucks, princess stuff, etc. in front on the name.

  47. Quilts, dresses, and girly doll cloths.

  48. Quilts, dresses, doll cloths.

  49. Reta Hurst says:

    I enjoy making stuffed animals that I personalize for the recipient. I also enjoy making little girl clothes, especially wedding finery.

  50. Dolores Rodriguez says:

    Doll Clothes & doll Bed quilts…
    the look in the little kid’s eyes when they
    see the item all finsihed is my reward
    I love to sew anything really but dolls
    and doll items ARE MY 1ST CHOICE

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