Home

Monday, February 23, 2015

The very best TOOL for stitchers....we have a WINNER






To all of you who really NEED this set of Tweezers
well at least one of you will be happy this morning....

My assistant ANNA chose at random one number though all the responses
today 125 was YOUR lucky day...

Sent out note to you, please send us your mailing info..
we will package these up in TLC and send off to you today...

ps. we will have so many other GEMS to giveaway real soon...
however THESE Tweezers...a must have 
if you sew, stitch, embroider, long arm, cross stitch, applique...
These are my most valuable tool in 
2015




If you cross stitch, embroider and yes quilt 
This TOOL may excite you...

If ever you had to 
to take out any stitches...( ribbit) meaning ripping out stitches..

This necessary tool will make ripping out any stitches
something you will look forward to. I actually like taking out stitches, no really I do...

I tell you this because until I tried them I would never have believed
this was going to by my MOST FAV TOOL...

They are very pointy, very sharp and they slip under your stitches to be cut -effortlessly
( bonus you don't need to worry about cutting your fabric)
and they pinch well so you can pick out those stitches with ease...

I LOVE THEM...and you know if I LOVE ANYTHING...
they are a necessary tool.


I have an extra pair.... I only need 1 PAIR...
and I love sharing what makes my stitching world better...

 So....On MONDAY the winner will be announced...


I WILL MAIL it anywhere in the world...

All you need to do is tell me 
what you need these tweezers for?

That is it...



In stitching warmth.


OHHHH please if you are no reply blogger...google connect plus..
your email won't show up...so please leave your email
so I CAN reach you if you win...



131 comments:

  1. Ohhh I could have used these about an hour ago. LOL I've been stitching for over 40 years and have never seen these. I do, however, do my fair share and more of ripping out my stitches, especially since I'm getting older and my eyes don't always cooperate. I need these! Thank you for the chance!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Well, the perfect tool to have. The haurs if my glamour lady look terrible, I will have to re-start stitching them..... Aaaargghhhh

    ReplyDelete
  3. I meant the hairs of my lady.... Fingers to quick for my phone after 3 cups of Sumatra :-)

    ReplyDelete
  4. I could use these tweezers for pulling out the little pieces in paper piecing! Thanks Madamme Samm!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Great little tweezers! Fun to use.

    ReplyDelete
  6. These tweezers look fabulous! I really need tweezers to pick out stitches, and dealing with tiny pieces of anything where the dexterity of my right hand is failing. Thanks for the giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  7. I've been having some fun embroidering with tiny back stitches, they would be very helpful to pull out a misplaced stitch! Thanks for your generosity in sharing your bounty!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I have a new pattern, and I think I am going to turn into a cross-eyed frog, I have done so much Ripping recently. Too much of a perfectionist! These tweezers might help my craziness, and I might have Suzy eyebrows to boot!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Sadly, I've been a the rocky road of Rip Along Avenue lately. So, it would seem I might need them to save my sanity. Nice giveaway. Thanks for a chance.

    ReplyDelete
  10. They look wonderful. Never tryed it with a tweezer but when I look at it, I think it would work wonderful for ripping out stitches doing cross stitch (or quilt stitches)

    ReplyDelete
  11. Looks like a great product.
    I would use them for sewing and cross-stitching to pull out nasty mistakes. :)
    Marilyn

    ReplyDelete
  12. I simply need them to be my best pal next to my sewing machine!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Hi Samm, These look like a very useful tool ! They would be used for pulling my bobbin thread up and out, when my thread cutter cuts, it cuts it very short and I have to grab it with eyebrow tweezers. Thanks !

    ReplyDelete
  14. These look really useful - especially for me when I'm unpicking stitches!

    ReplyDelete
  15. I could use a pair of those the next time I need to take out stitches on a quilt that I am working on. Sometimes I start quilting a design and then decide I do not like it so I figure if I don't like it, my customer will not either. I would rather spend the time ripping and make them happy than to continue on and hate it. These would be perfect for getting to those tiny stitches! Thank you for the chance Samm!

    ReplyDelete
  16. I've got half a dozen pairs of trousers to alter for my brother in law. They need virtually all the seams taken in... there's loads of unpicking and I have to be careful as some are suit bottoms!

    ReplyDelete
  17. I could use these to ripe out the inevitable mistakes I make when embroidering. Alibear167 at gmail

    ReplyDelete
  18. I could definitely use a pair! I've resorted to using a regular pair of tweezers, but they don't work quite as well as I'd like ... certainly not as well as these do, I'll bet! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

    ReplyDelete
  19. No doubt I'd use these on a regular basis - whilst stitching/unstitching a cross stitch design and whilst making quilt blocks that usually have to be sewn together a second time to be correct. lol
    Thanks for introducing these to us and for the chance to win. :)

    ReplyDelete
  20. I would use them for quilting...applique, wool work, turning under my clam shells, picking threads from seams, ripping out stitches, holding down the fabric while I iron....the possibilities are endless! Thanks for the chance!!
    Paulette

    ReplyDelete
  21. I would use them to rip out stitches on my cross stitch, when the frog visits. Lol
    I'm not a very good sewer(if that's a word) so I would definitely need them for that when I try to sew anything.
    Just recently found your blog & love it.

    ReplyDelete
  22. I would use them to rip out stitches on my cross stitch, when the frog visits. Lol
    I'm not a very good sewer(if that's a word) so I would definitely need them for that when I try to sew anything.
    Just recently found your blog & love it.

    ReplyDelete
  23. I think the uses for these is limitless when you sew or other needlework. Thanks for the link to their shop. There were several items I would like and their prices are very reasonalble.
    xx, Carol

    ReplyDelete
  24. I would use those for taking out quilting when the fabric clumps in the back . . . that seems to happen to me more than is reasonable!

    ReplyDelete
  25. Oh I can see using these for many things.....removing paper piecing bits, getting tiny snips of threads that were ripped, grabbing bobbin thread ends, and what else could I think of?

    Thank you for the giveaway.

    Sherry V. crazyquiltpatcher AT yahoo DOT com

    ReplyDelete
  26. I would use them for tons of things, but for ripping off the paper when doing paper piecing! I think they would be handy to have readily available by my sewing machine for ripping out any "boo-boos".
    Thanks for the giveaway too.
    nettiecrain@live.com

    ReplyDelete
  27. Very interesting. Thanks for the chance to win.

    ReplyDelete
  28. OMG, even if I don't win, I NEED this! I've been using my only pair of tweezers to help me pick threads out of all sorts of places, but mostly for grabbing those stray bits that make their way into the bobbin casing on my machine. I do a lot of hand sewing/embroidery, so they'd come in handy there, too. Not to mention my eyebrows have been neglected, so I need to return my tweezers back to the vanity where they belong! Thanks for the chance to win.

    ReplyDelete
  29. For ripping out hand embroidery stitches...My hands shake sometimes due to PTSD and I have to rip out stitches and re do them...These look fabulous. Like the fact you said the handles are rubberized...I love hoe pointy they are also...great for small work...like pesky floss lint getting trapped in a stitch.

    ReplyDelete
  30. These would be awesome for picking threads out of my vintage bobbin cases as well as " frogging-rip it,rip-it"

    ReplyDelete
  31. Those tweezers would be great to pull threads caught in the sewing machine. And, after reading other suggestions lots of other things!

    ReplyDelete
  32. For someone like myself that unsews almost as much as she sews with tired eyes these tweezers would prove to be a bonus. Lovin your lady in red.

    ReplyDelete
  33. I have heard about these awesome tweezers but have not seen them in real life!! As a quilter I believe that they would come in handy more often than I would like to admit ;-)

    ReplyDelete
  34. I do detail work and these tweezers would make putting all those leaves on a tree easier.

    ReplyDelete
  35. I have WAY too many days when I'm ripping out stitches all.day.long! I need these badly! (thanks for the chance ~ fingers crossed!!)

    ReplyDelete
  36. I like to paper piece so that tweezer will come in handy to pick out all those little pieces of paper in the tight seam corners.

    ReplyDelete
  37. I have a tremor in my hands that makes "placing" applique pieces difficult. However, I've discovered that when I use an "instrument" of any kind my tremor isn't as pronounced. I've been using hemostats, but they are definitely not the best tool, lol. Thanks for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  38. They look like just the perfect tool for lace shaping. French Val laces have fine gathering threads in the headings. You can pull these up to shape the laces for French sewing (AKA heirloom sewing). They can break part way through but if you could pick up the thread just where you need the shaping rather than from the end of the lace it would be so much easier! I have a new ladies nightgown pattern in progress for which these would be perfect! Thank you so much for this opportunity!

    ReplyDelete
  39. they look like they would be perfect for all the mistakes I make in paper piecing as a newbie!!

    ReplyDelete
  40. These look like they may be a good aid to all those pesky leavings when I remove the paper from paper piecing blocks :) Never a fun chore with fingers!

    ReplyDelete
  41. WOW, thank you for the chance to win these. I could use them for both my quilting and my counted cross stitching. Ripping is not my most fav thing to do but it's necessary.

    Robin in Washington State
    assweetaspeaches hotmail

    ReplyDelete
  42. Oh I would use them when I embroider and have misplaced stitches(often), as well as quilting. I also make lots of bags where thickness sometimes require do overs. Thanks for the giveaway😃

    ReplyDelete
  43. I would use them to pick out threads from my mistakes, from my sewing machine, from my longarm....I think it sounds like I make a lot of mistakes! lol.

    ReplyDelete
  44. I hand quilt and there is nothing as frustrating as finding a dark thread under white fabric. Once the very fine crochet hook has latched on, I would use the tweezers to gently pull the thread out.

    ReplyDelete
  45. Thank you for the giveaway. I use tweezers to take out the preperation stitches on hand applique. Especially on tiny tips the prep stitches tend to come out not so easy. Your explanation of the tweezers sounds very interesting. Would love to try them out.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

    ReplyDelete
  46. I could use them on my quilting and embroidery. Right now I use a pair of tweezers that I got in a kit the doctor gave me that are meant to be used taking out stitches. these would be so much better.

    ReplyDelete
  47. I could use the tweezers for ripping stitches from quilts and patches, removing splinters, holding onto small items and so many other uses. Sounds wonderful. 24Tangent@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  48. I would use them for all sewing projects, embroidery, quilting, and my latest joy baby garments for our precious two week old baby girl.

    ReplyDelete
  49. The tweezers look to have lots of uses! What a great new tool, count me in, lol!

    ReplyDelete
  50. For all my crafty projects....mostly beading & fine stitches.

    ReplyDelete
  51. Such a all around little tool that I would love to have. I do a lot of sewing and crafting, and these would just be so perfect!!! Thank you for a chance to win these. Linda gypsyluv1010@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  52. I have a quilt that I got about 3 rows done on when my machine went wonky. I now have to pick out those rows so I can start again, and I think these would be a great help.

    ReplyDelete
  53. Oh my goodness...I can think of several ways these tweezers could come in handy! I could have used them last week when I had to remove several rolls of stitching on a needle point project I am working on. They would also be real handy for my cross stitch, hand applique and sewing projects! Thank you!

    ReplyDelete
  54. I would like to use them when my fingers are just too big for the space I need to get a thread from.

    ReplyDelete
  55. Boy could I use them for all those 'oops' when piecing with a really small stitch length; removing tiny pieces of paper from paper punched shapes and plucking eyebrows (just kidding)!!!
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  56. Wow I didn't know I needed this tool until I read your description. But now I know !!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. you will have a chance to win if we have your email? no reply...come backkkkkkkkk :)

      Delete
  57. Something went wrong!! Email: quilttjejen@yahoo.se

    ReplyDelete
  58. I do a lot of alterations and those tweezers would be great for all the unsewing I have to do.

    ReplyDelete
  59. This morning I was doing some hand quilting....I know, I know, that's something I do rarely, and noticed a few stray threads on some of my piecing. I had unsewed a couple of seams and resewed them and those darn stray threads just won't come off easily! These sound perfect for that! blessings, marlene

    ReplyDelete
  60. Yay for whoever wins these!!!

    ReplyDelete
  61. Wow these look awesome! I would use them everyday in my sewing room! great offer!

    ReplyDelete
  62. Those are wicked looking! I would use them when I ribbit also but sometimes I get a stubborn thread stuck in the bobbin area and it's hard to get a hold of it-I think these might just help a lot.. Thanks for the chance to read.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. you will have a chance to win if we have your email? no reply...come backkkkkkkkk :)

      Delete
  63. I could use them when making my fibre art pendants: placing small beads, decorative threads. These look fabulous!

    ReplyDelete
  64. What a wonderful tool! I would use these for picking up and placing tiny bits of fabric on art quilts, and for doll making. Thanks for the chance to win, and thanks for the great blog hops. I love the way that you promote sewing love in the world!

    ReplyDelete
  65. welllllll.... I do need the seam ripper from time to time. those threads that are left are a pain to get out. I am sure these twizzers would be very helpful in gettings those pesky threads!

    qlt7scrap at gmail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  66. I would use them in quilting, stitching, etc, D.G. L

    ReplyDelete
  67. Once in a great while, no fault of mine of course ;-) my machine seems to have a hiccup when I am FMQ-ing and there are stitches that need to be taken out and redone. They are ALWAYS the tiniest stitches. Pointy tweezers would certainly help clean up those little threads.

    ReplyDelete
  68. I quilt and cross stitch so I'm always ripping out stitches. This handy little tool would help me save time so I'd have time to do more projects!

    wlinda_ca(at)yahoo(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  69. I could sure use it, thanks for the chance

    ReplyDelete
  70. oh i need these for all my sewing projects...no matter how much I try there always seems to be stitches I need to pull out haha.

    erin2470@hotmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  71. Oooooohhh, these look like they work like a dream!! If I won them I would use them to remove paper from my paper pieced quilt blocks.

    ReplyDelete
  72. I would use them to take out stitches. (Something I do a lot of)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. come on back and leave an email so if you do WIN we will connect with you...

      Delete
  73. I can see these would have lots of uses from taking out stitches to helping with beads and buttons or holding down tiny pieces for applique . Thanks for the chance .

    ReplyDelete
  74. I have at least 5 different tweezers and not one does the job so it would be great to win these. Thanks for the info and the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  75. I have at least 5 different tweezers and not one does the job so it would be great to win these. Thanks for the info and the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  76. I've seen these around blogland and thought I would love to have a pair to ribbit stitches when doing my cross stitch. I can't wait to try them....if I would win! Otherwise I would have to buy my own...we love quick fixes for sure.

    ReplyDelete
  77. Thanks for the chance to win! I would use those tweezers for: help in threading my sewing machine and serger needles; picking out all of those tiny leftover threads when you think you got them all and realize that you didn't when you had to frog something (ripit, ripit), and in case of emergency I would use them to pull out splinters! yessewingisfun@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

      Delete
  78. I would use them to unsew embroidery stitches like those pesky french knots that don't knot correctly. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  79. Ripping stitches, pulling up bobbin thread, grabbing lint puffs out of my unplugged sewing machine, and the list goes on... Thanks for the chance to win a great looking tool!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Bouncing my dear....Recipient address: gfahrion@comcast.com
      Reason: Remote SMTP server has rejected address
      Diagnostic code: smtp;550 5.1.1 Recipient address rejected: {Gateway}
      Remote system: dns;mx20.comcast.com (TCP|17.172.108.250|50756|162.150.44.70|25) (mx20.comcast.com ESMTP SMTP Gateway)

      Original-envelope-id: 0NK300410H2JTE30@st11p05mm-asmtp002.mac.com
      Reporting-MTA: dns;st11p05mm-asmtp002.mac.com (tcp-daemon)
      Arrival-date: Fri, 20 Feb 2015 23:54:21 +0000 (GMT)

      Delete
  80. I could get a lot of use from those tweezers. Thanks for the giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
  81. I could get a lot of use from those tweezers. Thanks for the giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. come on back sometime and leave an email....ty

      Delete
  82. I would use them to remove small bits of paper when I do freezer paper applique.

    ReplyDelete
  83. I would use them to remove threads! Angeliasue, angel4u2@cox.net

    ReplyDelete
  84. I use tweezers for not only picking stitches, but primarily to thread sewing needles, and holding the thread for my serger. There is nothing worse than trying to use tweezers that don't align. Thank you for the giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. come backkkkkkkk and leave us your email so we can respond to you..

      Delete
  85. I have never seen such a tool! I could have used that just a bit ago to lift areas to be cut for needle-turn applique. I am always afaid I will cut the fabric underneath ... and un-sewing ... what a handy tool!

    ReplyDelete
  86. I am forever ripping out stitches. It would be great to have tweezers like those.
    quilterj2008@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  87. Those look wonderful do you think I can handle them wth crooked fingers, I sure could have used them the last 10years and thousands of stitches I have picked out. Blessings Sandra

    ReplyDelete
  88. Thank you for sharing! I do machine embroidery, as well as hand stitching. What a great tool.

    ReplyDelete
  89. That looks like a great tool. It might even push me back to cross stitching.

    ReplyDelete
  90. I would use it for quilting and cross stitching. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
  91. Rippit, rippit, I'm always ripping my quilting stitches out.!!!

    ReplyDelete
  92. When wouldn't you need these? They look super helpful at getting tight spots. Neat!

    ReplyDelete
  93. I think this is a very good tool for embroidery
    Sunshine

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. ou will have a chance to win if we have your email? no reply...come backkkkkkkkk :)

      Delete
  94. Mdm Samm...It is a wonderful tool ... did not know ... I would use constantly (sorry..english with traductor :(

    ReplyDelete
  95. I need them to rip out stitches but they will also be helpful when threading a serger
    gandn74@ymail.com

    ReplyDelete
  96. They look like they would be amazing. I rip out too many stitches!

    ReplyDelete
  97. Need those for the stitches I always seem to be ripping out. Saw these at Christmas on Lisa Bonjean's list of Needful Things and have wanted a pair ever since. Would love to win these.
    Sheila

    ReplyDelete
  98. These tweezers would be excellent addition to my sewing tools for ripping out stitches. Here the other day I sewed a patch on my daughters uniform and put it on the wrong side. Sew I had to rip it off. I told her I'm good with the seam ripper and she laughed. Our school home ec motto was: Whatsoever a women seweth that shall she also rip.

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

    ReplyDelete
  99. I must have something better than status quo for ripping out paper piecing errors.

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

    ReplyDelete
  100. they would be an excellent addition to my embroidery needs. I love Martelli products...I have their ergonomic rotary cutter and love it....thanks for the giveaway MS.....

    ReplyDelete
  101. They look like they would work well as a stiletto too ! , with that sharp point . But I know I would use them for help get those tiny threads out of the way when unsewing. in stitches
    in stitchesandseams@hotmail.ca

    ReplyDelete
  102. I cross stitch more than I embroider. Either way these would help in unstitching or removing threads. I think they would also work well with removing pieces of thread when unsewing a seam on fabric.

    senstrings(at)yahoo(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  103. These would not only work like a dream in removing those stray pieces of thread when you are ripping out stitches, but they would also work for paper piecing and removing those random stuck pieces of paper. I would probably use them threading my serger too. Looks like a marvelous tool. sewcat08@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  104. Well most of time I can hand-quilt 10 or more stitches per inch when I'm working but every once a while I need to pull out a section of the those tiny stitches. These would be so much better then the "normal" tweezers. Thank You for the Chance to win such a useful tool that could reach across all my stitching hobbies.

    Sincerely,
    Tricia

    ReplyDelete
  105. I do strive for perfection but for those times when it eludes me these would be great for pulling out stitches. Maybe they would also be useful for those stray chin hairs older ladies get. Thanks for the giveaway!

    ReplyDelete
  106. I can see lots of uses for these tweezers such as using them to remove threads when I'm unpicking seams for all of the scrappy trip clocks I'm making, when using my serger, when removing threads from hand stitching.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

    ReplyDelete
  107. I so need a pair of these pointy little tweezers for steering tiny pieces under the needle for my quilting. would love to win a pair. Cindy/ bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  108. I am forever unsewing stitches! I've been looking for a fabulous pair and these would be great!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

    ReplyDelete
  109. As a new Longarm owner, I bet these would be great for unstitching when my excitement and speed over run my skill.

    ReplyDelete
  110. I love a good pair of tweezers for pulling out ripped threads, holding down certain fabrics as they go under the sewing machine, and picking up beads for special.projects. That pair looks super precise and spiffy! I like the black.

    ReplyDelete
  111. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

      Delete
  112. Removing my stitching mistakes in my embroidery, applique, cross stitching and quilting would be so much easier and neater with these! They look amazing!

    ReplyDelete
  113. Hi, Wow these tweezers look wicked! I would certainly use them for machine embroidery catching the small threads at the start, etc. and when quilting and hand embroidery always need to hide the thread within the other threads and need to be precise. Love the points.

    ReplyDelete
  114. Those tweezers look like a great tool.

    ReplyDelete
  115. They look great! I need them for quilting and hand embroidery.

    ReplyDelete
  116. Could really use those! Some times I think I pull out more then I stitch in :)

    ReplyDelete
  117. Oh I am THRILLED! I sent you a note! Thank you!!!! I can not wait to use them!

    ReplyDelete

You think they are just words...they are sew much more than that...your wee messages tell me, you are kind, smart and important...