It’s super exciting to bring you each of these new giveaways each day.
Recently I’ve had some questions on how to keep in the know about the Row Along. This blog offers several ways for you to know what’s happening. It’s main emphasis is at Facebook, there are other options to keep track of this blog. My favorite is BlogLuvin. You get to choose whether you want a daily subscription of all your favorite blogs, or a single email each time they post. Next would be Networked Blogs, where you get a daily email also of all your subscribed blogs, but sadly they don’t show them all if you belong to many blogs. Next would be Pinterest, you get an email each time a post is added to one of the boards you follow or the account you are following. It can be annoying if you follow a lot of boards now, but they also allow desktop notifications now also, so if your a huge Pinterest fan, this is the way to go. Last would be Google, not always reliable, but you will literally get an email for each new post to people you follow or groups you belong to.
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Sadly, I have misplaced my camera again, (I wish everything had the ability to just “call” it so you could find it again) LOL… so I’ve taken these pictures with my cell phone camera… so much harder to do. I love having that zoom feature on my camera, and the ability to control my lighting. So here are the pictures just as they were taken.
First up today is our give away from June Tailor.I love several items from June Tailor, but I asked them for press cloths and that’s exactly what they offered to send… Six wonderful press cloths. Have you used their press cloths, if you have, you know already how wonderful they are.
These are there 100% cotton press cloths, great for pressing when your pressing your seams to one side or even opening the seams. Using a press cloth in between the shape and the seam can even help keep the crease from showing thru.
Another great feature of these press cloths is that you can see thru them so you know what you are pressing.
I admit tho that my favorite way to use these press cloths is simply by wetting my fabric and ironing the wrinkles out. It just really seems to give you that nice crisp non-wrinkled cloth that we want when we are ready to cut our shapes out.
From Moda Fabrics, has offered a wonderful bundle of fabrics to give away.
Clicking each image above will take you to the pages where you can see all the fabrics in the collection. Note: On Snowberry, I couldn’t find the first fabric in the collection on those pages, but the other fabrics in this bundle are there.