Our 10 winners are….
Commenter 83, Kataryna, who said: endless possibilities! swimsuits, shirts, skirts, oh my!
Commenter 147, Michelle, who said: I luv all the new innovations that make sewing so much more fun now. Id love to try making some plus size lingerie also to do a no bulk neckline on some tee shirts. thanks for the chance to win.
Commenter 123, Kandice, who said: This would be great to make more diapers with…I have been wanting to use FOE but am a little bit scared of it because I have never actaully seen it in person! Thanks for the giveaway!
Commenter 14, Cortney, who said: I’ve been thinking up some fun new summer skirts, this elastic could make those projects extra-simple!
Commenter 121, Ness, who said: Very hard to find FOE where I am – so would love to win! I would start with some nappies I have waiting to be finished and yep, probably headbands for my 3 daughters!
Commenter 106, Belinda, who said: Skirts & more skirts! Cami’s and likely a whole host of to be thought of projects Great give away! Thanks!
Commenter 9, Pamela Walls, who said: I must admit I haven’t seen this in our local fabric stores. I want it! I sew for my grandson and my grandnieces so I can imagine edging for lots of knit items I make for them. Softer than a serged ribbed edging! I would guess that it would be easier to apply than other bindings for edge application. Perhaps….some pretty lingerie for me!!!
Commenter 20, Nina, who said: I would use this to make cloth diapers for my two kiddos and then I would use some to make that awesome shirt!
Commenter 136, JD, who said: I’ve been wanting to make a cute skirt for a while, but haven’t gotten to it. Maybe some fabulous elastic would be the little push i need?
Commenter 203, Ashleigh, who said: I would love to try useing it. Not sure for what yet but I love new fun stuff to play with. It is hw I find insperation.
I have sent emails to all 10 winners to get mailing addresses. Those of you who didn’t win the giveaway can find awesome deals on foldover elastic at Hobovian’s shop.
[photo from Hobovian]
By Anne Weaver