Sunday, 19 November 2017

Giveaway: Learn a Craft Cross stitch Kit





This lovely Learn a Craft Counted cross stitch kit  would be the idea gift for Christmas for a crafter. The kit consists of:

  • Presorted cotton threads
  • 14 count white cotton Aida
  • 6 inch plastic hoop
  • Needle and Instructions

    You can create a lovely Welcome cross stitch using this kit which would make a lovely Christmas present.

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    • Prize 1  Learn a Craft Cross stitch Kit
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    Competition ends 09/12/2017 2017 12.00 am

    This giveaway is open to all readers over 18 who live in the UK

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    91 comments:

    1. cross stitch! have loads of them to do x

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    2. I find crossstitch very relaxing and I love it :)

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    3. Knitting is mt favourite craft :)

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    4. I love sewing, but knitting is my absolute favourite

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    5. I like doing cross stitch & would love to win to teach Amelia how to do it

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    6. My favourite craft activity, well, the closest i get to craft is my huge plant collection and arrangement. I'm looking to learn cross stitch.

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    7. I really like painting and drawing. I'm also learning how to sew

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    8. I like sewing. Just now I am having fun making Christmas stockings.

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    9. What is your favorite crafting activity? . . . .card making

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    10. sewing knittng tapestry cross stitch card making baking

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    11. at the moment im loving latch hook rug making

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    12. I have just re started sewing after 40 year absence

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    13. knitting and chrochet is my fav , very relaxing.

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    14. I enjoy drawing and making things from recyclable objects x

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    15. knitting and needle felting are two of my favourite craft hobbies

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    16. Card making

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    17. I used to love knitting with my nan and spent some time knitting a scarf when I was pregnant.

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    18. I like card making

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    19. my favourite crafting activity is cross stitch :) mum got me hooked!

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    20. My daughter is super crafty and would love this.

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    21. For me personally it has to be knitting

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    22. I love to cross stitch, it's so relaxing.

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    23. Cross Stitch. My gran taught me how to do it about 20 years ago

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    24. my favourite craft is sewing

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    25. Cross stitch, it gives me time to think and relax from the busy days

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    26. I really like to knit, thanks for the chance

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    27. we love making cards together xx

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    28. My favourite crafting activity is scrapbooking!
      Kelly L @kellycloggs

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    29. Michelle Ferguson28 November 2017 at 19:00

      I love cross stitch, only completed one so far but find it very relaxing.

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    30. I like to do matchcraft. It's tricky but really enjoyable.

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    31. My favourite craft acticity to do is knitting and sewing.

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    32. I love things like soap making

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    33. It actually is cross stitch. I've been doing it for decades.

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    34. Christmas decorations are the most fun at this time of year and involve many skill types that the whole family can get involved in - my favourite.

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    35. At the moment I am into planners.

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    36. crafting anything with my grandchildren, we just made snowmen out of white socks
      just getting back into cross stitching, havnt done it since i was a child myself

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    37. crafting anything with my grandchildren, we just made snowmen out of white socks
      just getting back into cross stitching, havnt done it since i was a child myself

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    38. any crafts with my grandchildren, we made snowmen out of white socks at the weekend, just getting back into cross stitct. not done it since a child myself

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    39. Used top draw quite a lot but now just arty stuff with the kids

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    40. My wife really like cross stitch and I like anything involving paper

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    41. I am what I call a "crafting magpie". I will buy materials for one craft, start it, then get distracted by the next shiny craft. I blame Pinterest. Currently, my list of crafts are: Card Making, Jewellery Making, Sewing/Upcycling, Embroidery, Painting, making Perfume and Homemade Health & Beauty Products. I enjoy them all equally, but painting, embroidery and making beauty products are all my current favourites.

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    42. my favourite has to be sewing - love to create things out of nothing

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    43. Everything - as long as I am crafting I am happy

      KATHY D

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    44. I used to do lots of cross stitch and sewing but like to ring the changes by trying new crafts from time to time. Felting is interesting at the moment.

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    45. I love making clothes / sewing

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    46. I love all crafts but my favourite right now is knitting.

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    47. I enjoy several but perhaps calligraphy is my favourite :)

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    48. I love cross stitch and knitting.

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    49. Tracey F - I really love making dresses for my baby daughter.

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    50. I love card making

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    51. I used to knit years ago, I was never any good though

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    52. Do love making cards, and especially this time of year when it's Christmas.

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    53. I love latch hook and love making rugs with them, I have made each of my sons one of these for when they were born and they still have them in their bedrooms to this day :)

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    54. I love making artificial flowers and the satisfaction of the end result

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