Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s another Free Stuff Friday!! We are so excited to give away our next prize, a fabric crafting prize pack!


This pack includes 2 bottles of fabric glue, 3 Simplicity Headband Decor embellishments, 2 Clover Flower Frill Templates, and Dritz Iron on Embroidered Letters.

Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winner and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of week: What did you love to make as a kid?

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22 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Regina Furman

    I loved making doll clothes and fabric dolls, as well as the ever popular loom potholders!

  2. Alison

    As a kid I loved making quilts with my great grandmother. We made one every year to contain all the great moments we had that year.

  3. Cathy Frailey

    I used to make paper mache owls that I’d decorate with sunflower seeds as the feathers. Then I’d glue them to logs or branches to make them look right at home.

  4. Judy

    I made things only in VBS or at school. It was fun making a collage out of coffee,beans,rice, and other ‘textures’ from the kitchen.

  5. Ren

    I loved to weave potholders. I’m still using them some (cough, forty, cough) years later. They’re really durable…

  6. Maria Shehan

    What I love to do as a kid…crafty? I remember learning how to embroidery and crotchet. My grandmother gave me an old towel and I drew an elephant, palm tree and bird with some grass on the ground. I then bought some embroidery from Benfranklin’s. My mom gave me some old yard and from that with it she taught me how to crotchet. I made a hat like Donny Osmond’s. I usually wore it in the winter. I wonder if my mom still has it. Now figure this…it was in the 1970’s.

  7. Pam Weatherly

    Weaving pot holders, moved up to embroidery ( stitched on all my jeans). Crotcheting was next. Still love crafting all kinds of things!

  8. Jean Snider

    The loom potholders, of course. Paper dolls and clothing them with fabric scraps. Moved up to pre-Barbie dolls – yes, I’m an oldie. I’m still experimenting with all kinds of crafts today, and loving it all. Now I want to share it with my grandchildren.

  9. Michele Schneck

    I made a denim patchwork gun case for my brother. Cut up old jeans, stitched the pieces together, designed the pattern, cut the patchwork piece and stitched together Sith a fold over flap with shoelace ties.

  10. L.r. Smith

    LOL… Does a MESS count??? 😉
    I loved to make mud pies too… hehehe..
    I did alot of crafts when I was young.. and I think my favoritest was a kit I got in the mail… craft of the month or something like that that my mom got for me.. and it was making barrets out of a thick tinfoil/metal and you embossed it.. was sooooo coooooool to make something with your hands and wear it! <3

  11. loralie

    embroidery. and once I learned, I embroidered pillowcases for family every Christmas for years.

  12. Carole warren

    I received a knitting machine when I was 6 years old..long long time ago…lol, but I think that was got me started, I loved creating from that moment on. All your posts hit so close to home and I love reading them.

  13. Jane P

    I used to like making my Barbie doll clothing. Later I discovered embroidery; such as crewel, cross stitch, & needlepoint, and I still do it today.

  14. Eileen

    We learned to make those plastic lanyards with the strips of plastic, but I learn and love lacing the plastic strips on metal hangers. I made a ton of them for gifts and also for myself.

  15. Linda S. Hamel

    I got taught to crochet and knit as a child by my Grandmother and Mom. Dd a lot of sewing clothes for my kid’s , then got into quilts at church. Then came beading Christmas ornaments . Have loved all crafts I have tried. Have done embrodery and many other crafts including candle making.

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