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Enter to Win Gingher Pinking Shears & Snips

gingherg-giveawayWe’re pleased to announce our first giveaway of 2010!  You can enter to win this awesome pair of Gingher 7 1/2″ pinking shears, PLUS a pair of 4″ featherweight thread snips.  To enter simply reply to this post with a comment about a project you’re currently working on or would like to get started working on.  Get a second entry for subscribing to our blog, a third entry for posting about our giveaway and fourth entry for placing our button on your site.  So to clarify, there are four ways to enter:

  1. Leave a comment about a current project or one you’d like to start.
  2. Subscribe to our blog.
  3. Post about our giveaway on your blog or website.
  4. Place our button (found below in the left sidebar) on your site.

Be sure to leave a comment below for each of your entries so that they’ll all count.  If you already subscribe to our blog or have our button, simply leave a comment saying “I’m a subscriber” or “I have your button here…………”.

Enter by midnight CST on February 1st and we’ll announce the winner on February 2nd.  Winner will be selected by  Thanks and good luck!

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38 Responses to “Enter to Win Gingher Pinking Shears & Snips”

  1. Lisa says:

    I’m a subscriber 🙂

  2. Lisa says:

    My current project is an Oliver+S jump rope dress – I’m attempting to make it out of an upcycled women’s blouse. We’ll see LOL!

  3. Yasmin says:

    I’m a subscriber! 😀

  4. Yasmin says:

    I’m about to start knitting a pair of baby booties – my first ever attempt!

  5. Beth says:

    I want to start a chanel jacket as soon as I find that perfect fabric.

  6. Jessica C says:

    Right now I’m working on a stuffed frog for my daughter…she loves frogs!

  7. Crystal Martin says:

    I am getting ready to make myself a brand new apron and a matching mini one for my kids. I still need to buy the supplies but that is my upcoming project.

  8. Crystal Martin says:

    I subscribe in a reader.

  9. Diane L. says:

    I recently became an empty nester when my daughter left for college, so I’m looking for some projects to fill up my time. I don’t know yet what my first project will be, but I’m looking for ideas!

  10. laura says:

    I am crocheting a charity project each month this year.

  11. Dana says:

    I am about to start a jean quilt. Very excited.

  12. Jessica says:

    I’m so into the fabric hair bows right now! I love getting creative and seeing what I can come up with.

  13. Cheryl says:

    I am planning to start some quilts to go on the loft beds that we bought for our grandsons.

  14. Alice says:

    I am currently crocheting two afghans and am also sewing on three quilt tops.

  15. Sally says:

    I am a subscriber. I am just taking quilting classes 🙂

  16. Lynne Cryer says:

    I’m a subscriber

  17. Suzanne K. says:

    I’m finishing up a quilt pattern, “Groovy Guitars” that I started for my son 5 years ago when he was in high school. I hope he hasn’t “outgrown” it but better late than never.

  18. Lisa says:

    I am finishing my grand-daughters nursery that I started earlier. She is due on March, 17th and I am excited.

  19. Keren Evanson says:

    I’m re-covering my sofa cushions in micro suede. the covers are reversible AND i’ve decided they will look better with piping, so i’ve got 28 yds of piping to make. I found good directions on the net for making continuous bias binding. Hope it works out!

  20. Jeannette Griffin says:

    I am trying to find some navy blue wool boucle’ so I can make a suit and I am also looking for a Channel’ jacket pattern. I have searched hi and lo and still no success. So I am starting a red woven material that I have no idea of the frabic context but it is a lovely material and will make a beautiful two piece suit. What’s on your wish list?

  21. becky says:

    am repurposing an old lime green fleece sweater into a peter pan costume for my 4yr old school carnival party including booties and cap. and an old pea green t/shirt for pants. so so so want a pair of pinking scissors instead of hemming!!!! will add so much ‘detail’ to the peter pan theme!!! 😉

  22. Jeanie says:

    I’m a subscriber

    I’m also making burp cloths and raq tote bags

  23. Jeanie says:

    opps rag totes

  24. Joyce in NC says:

    I am a subscriber. I am currently getting ready to work on a tailored jacket project for myself.

  25. Kathy says:

    I am a subscriber and I am working on a quilt using the Cotton Theory method.

  26. Vicky says:

    I am working on a cloth Valentine for my granddaughter.

  27. Ellen says:

    I’m making a set of sheets for my queen size bed. I’m tired of struggling to get the ready-made ones on the bed!! Next I’m going to work of some felted sweater recycling projects.

    I am subscribing to the blog.

  28. stella says:

    I have about 20 things on my projects list right now, among them girls’ dresses, totes, purses, and journal covers. On the very top of the list, though, is a corduroy long-sleeve dress for my little girl.

  29. sevim says:

    bende bu yarışmaya katılmak istiyorum ve şuanda bir yatak örtüsü dikiyorum

    buradan bakabilirsiniz

  30. joana says:

    Hi, I’m about to make pyjamas for the whole family and an evening dress for myself.

  31. rosemarie says:

    fantastic gift

  32. AmyD says:

    I’m a subscriber!
    I’m working on my apron delivery for Wholw Foods! I use ony Gingher scissors and all my interns have to get their own pair!

  33. Lillian says:

    I seem to sew everything since I sew for a living.
    Now I am making a Ms. Santa suit and also a dustruffle for some one.
    I just finished a mission project for Costa Rica using one of your flower projects.

  34. Sarah Auffert says:

    I am a subscriber. My current project is a king size quilt for my husband. It includes pictures and patches from his military career, as well as from our son.

  35. Loreli says:

    I would love some time to sit down and sew a couple of the cool totes that you just posted from the pillowcase:)) And I really need to sew on the scout patches my kiddos have earned!!

  36. Amber says:

    I am finishing off a button together clown for my DD2’s 1st birthday and would love some new scissors! Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. Marilyn says:

    I let my daughter talk me into making her a dress for her wedding. Today, when she came for 2nd fitting, the dress was too big in the bustline and back. I couldn’t understand how I could have been off that much on measurements. Then, to my surprise she happily announced she had been working out and dieting. Needless to say, even though I was happy for her weight loss success, I could have slung mud at her! Where is that sewing fairy when I need her?

  38. Marge Hazen says:

    I’m working on a vest for my nephew. I recently finished making a bunch of flannel PJ or lounging pants for family members and myself. The rest of life sure can get in the way of sewing fun.

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