Free Stuff Friday!

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It’s another fabulous Friday, and this week, we have a great prize to give away. One lucky winner will receive this Pretty in Pink Prize Pack!

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This girly prize pack has 2 pink and purple bead strands, a castle wall decal, a 12 x 12 inch stencil, an iron-on, laptop stickers, and a pink craft apron!

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:  What is your favorite thing you’ve made?

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14 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Christine P

    This is a tough question! I’ll pick a bear cross-stich project that I started before my first son was born and finished after the second was born. Just because it took so long but turned out perfectly.

  2. Mary Mac

    Several years ago I cross stitched a Santa afghan for my mother. I started in June and finished in Nov. It was the largest piece and it took the most time of anything I have made.

  3. Ren

    I made memory quilts for each of my children using squares cut from their baby clothes. My daughters is my favorite. It has everything from pinafores and lace dresses to character t-shirts to bright colored pants to pieces with tiny pockets with ribbon bows. Tied off with the most adorable salvaged buttons. Those were the days…it sure was fun.

  4. Alice C.

    One year, I crocheted an afghan for my son-in-law. He treated it like such a special gift, that it made me so glad I made it for him.

  5. Carmen N

    Does my daughter count? 🙂 Otherwise I’d have to say a large doily I made for a wedding.

  6. Suzii

    I would have to say the coolest is Gak with the kids in my Children’s Church. They were so surprised that we made something cool and they could sit and play with it! It was a very easy long Sunday!

  7. Jean Snider

    I think my favorite thing I made is a cross stitch banner of 6 American Wildlife animals done on Hardanger fabric that I made for my Dad over 30 years ago. He framed it under glass after I gave it to him. I started it before we got our daughter, then with interruptions of being a new mother, it took me 18 months to finish it. After he passed away 14 years ago next week, Mom downsized and returned the framed picture to me. It is hanging in our house and is a constant reminder of my Dad.

  8. Donna W

    A woodland scene following a tutorial online using bottle cap tops and old credit cards. I love it so much!

  9. Mare Williams

    That’s a really hard question…..I would have to say that the very favorite thing I have made is a patchwork quilt many years ago. It’s special because it is made of some maternity scraps from my clothes, and pieces of fabric from which I had made baby clothes for my two sons. Actually, it was a GREAT question!

  10. Cora Flispart

    The most favorite thing I made was the costumes for “Antigone”. I was the sole designer and seamstress for the play. I bought “costume” warriors and added machine embroidery to them. I added machine embroidery to the crowns. I took designs from the director and turned them into costumes for the kids. I added Greek key trim to the 2 female leads togas, along with machine embroidery. Our show was selected by the International Thespian Festival to be one of the 11 main stage shows for the 2014 International Thespian Festival. I had to make 2 new costumes to fit other students to replace ones not going on the trip. I had many compliments about the costumes.

  11. kim g

    My favorite item I ever made was a special beaded bracelet I gave my daughter when she turned 21……. so that every time she went out she would think of me……..hahahahahha !!! But I must say it was the largest, most intricate and extremely gorgeous bracelet I had ever made!

  12. dari

    My favorite was a doll I made at age eleven, because even though it was amateur it looked pretty good.

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