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Let's Celebrate With A Giveaway!

March 11, 2011

This giveaway is now closed.

Hello friends!  It's Friday, my tutorial debuted on The Quilted Fish's blog, and I've sold 25 patterns in my Etsy shop, which means it's time to CELEBRATE!  :)  Let's celebrate with a giveaway (I hope that's a-okay with you)!  :)

Up for grabs is a Thread Catcher Pattern of your own (a PDF {print-at-home} sewing pattern)!

Squirmy Worm Studio's Thread Catcher consists of a weighted bag/pincushion with non-slip grip, enabling it to sit (and stay!) on the table, serving as a great portable trash bag for your favorite Seamstress/Crafter! If you're a Knitter or Crocheter, the Thread Catcher can be placed over the arm of your favorite chair and used to hold your skein of yarn.

The Thread Catcher approximately measures 14" long, with the bag measuring 8" tall x 5.5" in diameter, with a 2.5" boxed bottom. The bag is constructed with boning, enabling the bag to always remain open and ready for your scraps!


TO ENTER:
1. How would you use a Thread Catcher?  
(Perhaps you sew, quilt, scrapbook, knit, crochet, make jewelry, need something to hold the TV remotes, take road trips and need one for the car, and/or all of the above?)

2. Become a follower of my blog.
(The button is located towards the bottom of the right-hand column. If you are already a follower, please kindly remind me!)
 

There are 2 possible entries, so please be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry, and make sure there is a way for me to contact you (leave your email address in your comment if you don't have a blog or if you post as Anonymous, as I need to be able to contact you when you win!).

This giveaway will be open for a few days (I'm walking on the wild side, without an exact ending date- ha!).  :)
 
Winners will be selected via Random.org.

38 comments:

  1. Thanks for the giveaway! I would use the thread catcher for rug hooking. I would hang it on my rug while hooking and put all my snippets in the bag.

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  2. Too cute! I love the fabrics you used to make yours.. I would put one next to "my chair" in the livingroom. I sit here and stitch my hexagons by hand.. and could certainly use a thread catcher to put on the table next to me to catch all of my threads, and hold my pins. I have never made one :)

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  3. I am a follower of your blog.. super job!

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  4. I would put it on my NEW sewing table that I am getting next week (in all honestly probably just a cheap table, but beats the dining room table hands down!) Thanks!

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  5. I am a follower, your designs have me kicking up my heals! I only have 2 but you have lots.

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  6. I am a avid scrapbooker and I hold lots of scrapping events and I am looking for a wonderful scrap catcher! These look perfect!

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  7. These would be great for sewing! Especially since I hand sew all over my house!

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  8. Hi, I'm always walking round the house with my bin for thread wherever I go... so a thread catcher would be like a dream come true for me! It looks really convenient! Thanks for your designs and the giveaway!

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  9. What a clever ideal. I would use it to catch strings from making fabric yo yos. Thanks

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  10. of course I am a follower, you rock girl!!

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  11. I just found you thru Mama Pea (Stephanie).
    The thread catchers are adorable.
    I would use mine for sewing, quilting, and scrapbooking.
    I also love your tutorial for The Quilted Fish!
    Love your blog!

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  12. Oh they are so much needed....I would need to make 2 one for my sewing machine and then the other to take to my classes...you know they give you a little paper bag to put scraps and threads in but I am constanly knocking it down or ripping it off the table but one of these I could use and not worry about it. Love the colors you choose..thanks for your wonderful blog.

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  13. Oh I am also a follower of your blog..thanks

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  14. I am a quilter and a thread catcher like one of these would be perfect right at my sewing machine! Thanks!!

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  15. I am a follower! Thanks for the chance.

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  16. I will definitely look forward to your next post!

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  17. I think the thread catcher would be good to keep in my daughters room to keep the rest of the house neat!

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  18. I would put this right by my sewing machine to catch the threads that otherwise end up on the floor when I miss the trash can!

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  19. What a fabulous pattern! I would use a thread catcher in my crafting room. Usually at the sewing table, to keep things off the table, but at close reach!

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  20. And I became a follower of your blog. It is great!

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  21. I would love to have a thread catcher by my ironing board. I'm always finding threads that need cut when I'm over there and right now most just end up on the floor.

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  22. I would use on for sewing. They are so cute!!

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  23. Candice, I love your thread catchers! I would use it to catch threads. I need several...one for my sewing room, one for the family room, one for in the car...all the places I sew! Thanks for the chance and congrats on all your success!

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  24. I am a follower through RSS feed!

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  25. I would use a thread catcher on my toddlers nightstand. She is always bringing little "trinkets" to be with her, mainly to keep away from her siblings, and this would be perfect for her to hide her treasures. And adorable also!!!

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  26. So cute! I think I would need at least two thread catchers. One fore my thread and throw away scraps and one for scraps I want to keep.

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  27. I would use my thread catcher next to my sewing machine while I sew and move it to the ironing board while I iron. It is the cutest bag...If I don't win, I'm going to buy the pattern! :)

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  28. Since I sew all over the house, I would use one in my sewing room and one in the living room where I seem to end up with hand sewing. Sherri

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  29. I would use it for scrapbooking/papercrafting. Those are beautiful by the way!

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