Great Finds Friday: National Sewing Month Edition

There are two things any seamstress must have: the proper tools and a place to put them. Today, I am pleased to share a few of my favorite “must haves” for any seamstress no matter the skill level. These items are traditional sewing tools but with a fresh new take.

My friends at Clover and Creative Solutions have generously helped me put together the perfect sewing stash. So, on to the fun part of Great Finds: the GIVEAWAY!! If you are the lucky winner you will receive…

Some of my favorite tools by Clover that every sewing basket shouldn’t be without …

and of course the products featured today

And from Creative Solutions the perfect place to store all your new tools

AND a Pillbox Pincushion made by yours truly.

Giving us a retail value of well over $100 dollars, which would put a smile on any seamstress’ face.

All you have to do for your chance to win is comment on this post, then for an extra chance click on over to my blog and comment on my Friday Finds post for 9/13/2013.

Post your comments by 12am PST 9/19/2013.

Everyone needs great storage and Creative Options brings us practical storage solutions with flare. The Tapered Tote is the perfect sewing basket that will fit all your sewing basics and currently comes in two great color choices.

Love the idea of a thimble but never could find a comfortable one that would stay on my finger. Clover brings us the solution.  Protect and Grip Thimbles have flexible rubber for a comfortable fit that stays put and a metal thimble cap to protect your finger.

Wonder Clips and the New Jumbo Wonder Clips hold multiple layers together without damaging or distorting the fabric. Perfect for vinyls, piles, and heavy weight fabrics. Wonder clips all have a flat back that makes it easy to feed to the presser foot. The clips also have seam allowance markings. Check out a few clever ways to use these great tools… here.

And last, but certainly not least, Accuquilt.  Have you ever envisioned the die you need for a project, just to find that no matter how hard you looked and how many companies you look at, your perfect die just doesn’t exist? Well Accuquilt has the solution in Create your own GO! Custom dies. Send them the concept, approve the design, and your die ships in 5 business days! And if you are one of the first 100 you get a little something extra. Go check it out at Accuquilt.com.

Don’t forget to post your comments by 12am PST 9/19/2013 for your chance to win the “perfect sewing stash”.

GOOD LUCK!

by Jennifer Davey (www.bestillmycraftingheart.blogspot.com)

18 thoughts on “Great Finds Friday: National Sewing Month Edition

  1. This would be really amazing to have! I’m just a beginner with sewing right now doing everything by hand, but I’m learning and really loving it! Thank you for the chance to win!

  2. Wow! What a great collection to have! I’m a novice sewer but I’m sure that it would come in handy. Thanks for putting this amazing kit together and for the chance to win it!!

  3. I too am just starting to play with sewing. I love the new items that you are showing here. I am always looking for bright and shiny things when I create. It just makes you feel good. The fact that we can have our own die created is so totally awesome. Thanks for giving me a chance to win!

  4. a really great set of stuff.
    i don’t know a thing about sewing but my wife would really enjoy this i am sure.
    thank you for the chance to win it :-)

  5. This will be a fantastic gift for one of my daughters for this Christmas! We can’t afford much this year, so this will be a great help. I’ll make her some mug rugs and paint a mug or two, to go with this super gift!

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