Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s time for another Free Stuff Friday Giveaway! In honor of National Sewing Month this week one lucky winner will win a St. Jane Medium Rectangle Sewing Basket!

This medium rectangle St. Jane Sewing Basket features soft, neutral colors and a sewing related theme fabric. Beige trim, handle and lining. It is a must for storing sewing and quilting supplies creatively and functionally. Measures approximately 11 1/2 x 6 5/8 x 6 1/2 inch.

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: If you had to be a teacher of something, what would you teach?

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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!

45 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Debi Martin

    I would teach quilting or dyeing yarn! I’m not sure I would enjoy teaching, but on the other hand, it would give me even more reason to create things. 🙂

  2. Caitlin N

    I would teach Etymology! Not to be confused with Entomology which is the study of insects, Etymology is the study of the history of words. I had a short class on it during high school and was so intrigued!

  3. Kelly OBrien

    Reading. It’s so important and we all assume everyone can do so, but not everyone has a good foundation. Plus, it’s one of my huge loves in this world and I’d love to spark that in someone else.

  4. Maria shehan

    I’m a Sunday School Teacher at our church. I teach children of various ages who need sacraments mainly 1st Communion. I have enjoyed teaching for many years and hope to continue for the rest of my life.

  5. Jaimi Bailey

    I would choose to teach history. I love stories and reading, and to me history is more than a chronicle of events. There is a story in everything that happens.

  6. Cheri Leistner

    Accounting and business! I’m a CPA, with 32 years experience. I craft to show I’m not a total nerd!

  7. Ann M

    I would like to teach self esteem. Most of us learn self esteem via the “school of hard knocks”. Surely the topic could be explored in a purposeful manner. By the way, I visualize such a class as being beneficial to leader and student alike.

  8. Laura

    I don’t think I would have the level of patience needed to teach something… if anything maybe baking.

  9. Carmen

    I would love to teach knitting and crocheting classes. I could also teach how to make freezer paper stencil t-shirts.

  10. Brenda

    I don’t know but I do teach Sunday School to under 3 year old and with that teaching you have to have art and crafts and simple short stories they can’t sit still that long. They do love the lively, active songs and I can’t sing those poor kids.

  11. Vicki Richardson

    I would teach different mediums of/with dying. I love that each one has its own personality, and use.

  12. Judy

    I actually have taught sewing to beginners and experienced ladies. I love the smiling faces of beginners as they are finishing their projects with the realization -Yes, I can sew!!!

  13. D. White

    I would love to teach middle school social studies and geography. Loved those subjects growing up in a very small town.

  14. cathy m t

    Since this is a completely hypothetical question, I’ll give an off the wall answer. Compassion. The world needs more compassion.

  15. Teresa C Willis

    I would teach Turkish water marbling and paper crafts using the brother scan n cut and making svg files.

  16. Denise Bryant

    This sewing basket is very pretty and would be really handy!
    If I was a teacher, I’d teach paper arts classes. I actually used to do that, but it was many years ago. I still have a passion for it!

  17. Bessie Phillips

    My favourite class taught was “The Life of Christ” You always learn when you teach! R never get to old to teach until we reach the grave.

  18. Linda Scholl

    I would teach a class on decorating paper and making a book with it. I would also like to teach decorating gourds.

  19. Lolita Cox

    I would teach children. Back when I was a regular education teacher, I loved teaching my student to sew and do art. Art was their favorite and everyone participated. With sewing, I would set up the machines and during choice time, I’d show them how to use them. They made fleece pants for the office; in case anyone had an “accident”. It was a pre-k through 6th grade school.

  20. Jenny Zak

    I’d be a teacher of common sense – so many people today need it! Otherwise, I’d choose to have fun being a Home Ec teacher!

  21. Dianne G.

    I had a few career choices and one was to be a home economics teacher since I loved cooking, sewing and crafts. At the time a lot of teachers were unemployed so I went with my second choice. I still think about how much I would have loved to teach every day. Over the years I have taught a lot of people different crafts as a volunteer, so I did get to experience it on a smaller scale.

  22. Kimberly Post author

    Congrats Linda! You are the winner! Look for an email from us asking where to send your prize!

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