Free Stuff Friday Giveaway!

Welcome to another edition of Free Stuff Friday!

Today we’re giving away a copy of the Singer Simple Sewing Guide. Not specific to a Singer sewing machine, this guide gives you essential tips and techniques– from information on sewing tools and machine features to tips for working with patterns and specialty fabrics.

1965150 L 267x300 Free Stuff Friday Giveaway!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLUS: we’ll throw in a package of 350 long pins from Dritz. Who among us couldn’t use more pins!?!

All you have to do to enter to win these ESSENTIAL prizes is post your answer to the following question in the comments section at the end of this post:

How often do you reference your sewing library?

Are you constantly flipping through pages to refresh your skills? Or are your sewing books collecting dust?

We’ll randomly select one comment and announce the winner on Tuesday! Good luck and have a GREAT Memorial Day weekend!

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115 Responses to Free Stuff Friday Giveaway!

  1. every.single.project. I’m teaching myself, so I am always looking up new techniques.

    Jenna
    callherhappy.com

  2. Natalya H says:

    Yes! I don’t stay with one particular project for long, so each new project, technique requires a brush up with my outdated sewing reference lol. I love me some instructions! Thank you for the chance to win!

  3. MindyW says:

    I have been hoping for a new sewing guide. This would be great to own!!! Please!?

  4. Mary M says:

    I’m just getting back to sewing after many years of not sewing and currently own no sewing books. I’ve been looking up things online and borrowing books from the library. I do love being able to ask the questions easily and get answers online. Although a book would make it much easier when the computer isn’t on. :) Thanks!

  5. carmelle tidd says:

    I don’t have any sewing books but would like to start sewing for my home and not just do quilting.

  6. TanishaeT says:

    My sewing books aren’t collecting dust but I don’t reread as much as I should…actually I kind of cheat and make myself little notebooks and copy the most important notes/subjects and scan thru that it as needed . I periodically go thru my books with my daughters!

  7. Mary Mac says:

    I go thru my books at least once a week for ideas and just a refresher. No matter how long you havae been sewing, you do forget even the simple things.

  8. Heidi Benson says:

    I actually did not look into my books for a long time, sewing pretty much stuff I know.
    But lately I got the urge to learn new things or read up on “how to” for things I have trouble making and therefore usually don’t sew. Now I am just sewing projects to learn new techniques.

  9. cnewpower@yahoo.com says:

    I refer to my sewing reference books every time I start a new project and read them THOROUGHLY throughout the project!!

  10. Bonnie Wood says:

    I use my sewing library often, especially if I am using a technique I have not used in awhile!

  11. Debby Hames says:

    As a grandmother to three awesome girls, I have rediscovered my sewing machine. Made lap quilts, doll quilts, and now tackling clothes! I reference everything I can get my hands on.

  12. kathleen says:

    I read cover to cover. I love sewing. It is my passion. My books are marked in or borrowed to others who love to sew.

  13. Nancy says:

    ALL THE TIME! I’m always working to improve my skills and learn new techniques. I’ll even sit and read one of my sewing books cover to cover for entertainment.

  14. judy hayes says:

    I love to look up all kinds of sewing questions. I have been sewing a long time,but always love a great reference book to help me. Learning never stops.

  15. Christine stafford says:

    Yes, I am always reading and retreading my sewing books and manuals. I can’t help it, I feel like I am missing something new. I love my sewing library.

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