So. We’ve made it to May. We’re straddling both spring and summer. You know what that means: now is your LAST chance for cleaning projects before the roar of summer makes all things physical sweaty and miserable. We reckon you’ve got just enough time to organize that sewing room, clean out your kitchen, and get your office in order before it’s too late. Check out our tutorials for DIY Swiffer pads, handmade kitchen towels, and a duster that will show you how to clean fan blades. And after that…be sure to check out the giveaway posted at the bottom of the page!
DIY Cleaning Supplies
Stay Clean Apron Pattern for Teens – Now your kids have to help you clean!
Easy Slip Cover Tutorial – Keep your kitchen chairs free of scuffs and scrapes
How to Organize a Sewing Room
How to Clean a Sewing Machine – Finally tackle this project!
And now…for the GIVEAWAY!
You could make some wonderful stuffed animals or small quilting projects with this giveaway set, and we would LOVE to make it yours! Just answer the question at the bottom of this post, and consider yourself entered. There will be one winner selected. Be sure to read the contest entries before entering, and GOOD LUCK!
The winner will receive the following (all pictured above):
- 1 pkg. of fiberfill
- 3 Martingale quilting books
- 1 Coats & Clark 200th anniversary tin
- 1 Coats & Clark thread sampler.
Only one entry per person
Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada
You have until May 13, 2015 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this blog post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
Only comments made on this post will be eligible. Duplicate comments will be deleted.
Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post.
Winner will be announced here on the blog as well as contacted by the email address provided.
What would you make with the free sewing supplies pictured above?
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