Free Stuff Friday!

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Have you always wanted to learn to quilt? Well today is your luck day! This week one lucky winner will win this Dritz Easy Quilting Start to Finish Kit!

Dritz Easy Quilting Start to Finish is a beginner quilting set including a project book and the essential tools needed to teach yourself to quilt. Kit includes a 45 mm rotary cutter (for left or right hand use), a 4 x 10 inch acrylic ruler, a quilter’s marking pencil, 80 quilter’s glass head pins, 9 quilter’s hand needles, and an easy quilting start to finish book. Book includes a quilting glossary, quilt making basics, and beginner projects.

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 winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of the week: Would you rather have more time to craft or more money to buy supplies?

It’s a hard question this week, but I am leaning towards more time to craft.

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Kimberly

About Kimberly

Kimberly is the Customer Service Manager at CreateForLess, and it is her voice you hear when you call our toll-free number. Her love for crafting started when she asked her mom to make her a quilt...instead her mom signed her up for a class so she could make her own, and she hasn't stopped crafting since!

36 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Laura

    Definitely more money to buy supplies! I have so many ideas but not enough supplies to put them into action. There is always a way to make enough time to get to the projects but it does no good without the supplies in place to do the project.

  2. Ren

    More time to craft would be fabulous! So many things I want to do but so much that I have to take care of first. That’s going to be my 2018 resolution but I’m gonna start on it now.

  3. Maria Shehan

    I would want.to have.more time, especially when my grandchildren come to vist. We always have a craft party. Heather loves to paint and Emily will do some scrapbooking, decor and crocheting. ..

  4. Hilda Gonzalez

    More time to craft. I have so many started projects that need to be completed but lack of time is preventing me for sure.

  5. Angel

    I would like more time, hands down! This looks like a great starter kit for quilting! I would live to try this hobby out!

  6. Kitten WAW

    Time. For several years I’ve walked for my health, on a route that took me past 4 thrift shops every day (fortunately, but sadly, the three best ones have closed). After years of paying rock bottom prices for fabric, yarn, paper, glitter, beads, old jewelry, tools and notions – I have supplies sufficient unto my needs, sufficient unto my desires, sufficient unto my whims and caprices, and sufficient to choke a whole herd of dragons.Time, I have not. I even wish I could recapture some of the time I spent shopping for supplies,

  7. Robin P

    I would like more time, I have so many things going and plenty more time n my head to do but just not enough time.

  8. Isabel

    I’d love to have more time to craft! I have many supplies and projects that I haven’t had the chance to start or complete due to the lack of time.

  9. Konnie Osborne

    More time to craft. Wishing I could at the moment, recently had foot surgery, cant use pedal on sewing machine.

  10. Dianne G.

    I would rather have more time to craft. I find some of the best things I have made have been from upcycling or from making crafts from everyday items so I have not needed a lot of money to do them.

  11. Renee Bidal

    More time to craft. I have a room full of supplies that I could spend days in, but my job keeps interfering with that.

  12. Pam

    Definitely more time! I’m looking retirement someday. Thanks for the great giveaway! I would love to do some quilting!

  13. Chloe Collins

    Good Day Kimberly,
    I would have to say more money for supplies. I would create many wonderful things if money was not issue.

  14. Laura S

    I think I would choose more money, so that with the time I do have to craft, I can produce stuff that is better quality and more usable. It is a tough choice though.

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