Free Stuff Friday!

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It’s Friday again, and we’re so excited to give away this week’s prize!


This week’s winner will receive 2 sewing & quilting books – Scrap Therapy’s Cut the Scraps! by Joan Ford and Cute and Easy Quilting and Stitching by Charlotte Liddle.

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:  Are you making any gifts for the holidays?

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14 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!

  1. mare williams

    YES, OF COURSE!!!!!!!!!! I am creating several different kinds…snow globes, wintery scenes in jars, repurposing items, and mosaics!! Thanks for asking!!

  2. Carmen N

    I *was* going to knit ornament balls for my family – including nieces and nephews, but I think I need to scale that back (significantly)

  3. Ronnie

    I am knitting something for everyone, and always make at least one home made ornament for our family, and both of my daughters’ families. We also bake for the mail man and neighbors for the Christmas season.

  4. L.r. Smith

    I doubt it… tooo many proverbial pokers in the fire so to speak… But I live vicariously thru others posts of such creations.. <3 LOL!! 😉 Wish I had the time and space and money!!! <3

  5. Jenni Espinosa

    This year is a “handmade” Christmas for sure! My daughter and I are making candles, candy ,cookies and ornaments for our family,and we’ve also committed to making all our holiday food from scratch as well! I am so excited!

  6. Cindy Sherwood

    Of course I am. Knitted items, crocheted items, maybe some jewelry items and scrap quilting. I was brought up to believe that hand made meant made with love

  7. Jean Snider

    I have some knitted dishcloths ready to give. Had hoped to get some ornaments done, but did a self-injury while moving and will be recovering from broken ribs instead!

  8. Karey

    This year I made necklace for all the girls in my family and I make key chains for the guys. It always varies what I make each year.

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