WE HAVE A WINNER! It’s Rebecca from Our Busy Little Bunch! I’ll send you an email soon, Rebecca.
it’s giveaway day! and I want to kit. you. out!
welcome to the happy stitch giveaway! this little kit of sewing goodies is intended to flesh out your sewing supplies with some good stuff and get you well on your way to making this beautiful ‘happy stack’ toy for a wee one!
let’s get to it. this sewing kit includes:
A Heather Bailey ‘happy stacker’ pattern (retails at $13). I love getting people sewing and this pattern makes it nearly irresistible! to help you with your project, the kit also includes:
*) a happy stitch original…a handmade linen sewing weight so you can weigh down the pattern and skip pesky pins (if you’ve taken my classes…you know how I feel about pins). it’s cute, very cute and I’m not just saying that.
*) some ribbon for the happy stacker.
*) a seam ripper with a bright light at the end (includes a new battery to help light up your seams as you rip them out…not that this is going to happen, of course…you won’t need it, I’m throwing it in just in case. wink.).
*) an assortment of quirky, vintage buttons…just for fun. you probably don’t want these on your baby toy but they are just pretty. and, pretty is good.
I’m also throwing in: a purple bobbin holder to keep those bobbins tidy (woot!) but it isn’t particularly photogenic so I don’t have a photo.
here is how to win:
*) leave a comment in this post (you have until December 16th and I’ll announce the winner by the 18th. make sure your email is current so I can contact you if you win!) telling me about the very first thing that you ever made and what you want to make next! answer long or short, tell a story or a poem or simply write up a list of two! I don’t mind. I will make my husband pick a number out of hat so the winner is random.
And, yes! I’m willing to ship internationally. Why not?
Don’t forget to check out all the other amazing giveaways this week! click below:
good luck! (and, don’t worry…because everyone is a winner in my book, I’m cooking up a little tutorial and a recipe for everyone that checks back on the 18th!)