Monday Madness!! (5/7)

It’s the very first Monday in May. That means:

a. Mother’s Day is just 6 days away.
b. We’ve got warmer weather & are surrounded by brightly colored flowers.
c. Quilt Market is less than 2 weeks away.
d. It’s time for another Monday Madness Giveaway!
e. All of the above.

If you selected ‘e’, you are tremendously on the ball for a Monday;). As the header image may suggest, today we’re going to focus on ‘d’. Is it weird that we get a little giddy about these giveaways? We just love seeing how these products inspire you… how they jump-start your creativity. We’ve got a great prize package for you today and can’t wait to hear what you think!

May is all about tapes and fabulous fusibles. For our second Monthly Monday Madness Giveaway, one lucky winner will get 1 package each of Pellon®’s Easy-Knit® Tape, Wonder-Under® Tape, Wonder-Web® Tape and Heavy Duty Wonder-Under®. WOW!

A little bit of info on the products for you:

EK150 Easy-Knit® Tape: Batting & seam tape that is great for stabilizing seam and softening rough edgy of scratchy fabris. Can also be used to join leftover and scrap pieces of batting. Package includes 1-1/2” x 10 yards of product.

805 Wonder-Under® Tape: A paper-backed fusible web tape that is extremely versatile for use in all sorts of crafting and sewing projects. It turns any ordinary fabric into a fusible fabric. It will fuse fabric to fabric or or any other porous surface such as word or cardboard. Package includes 5/8” x 20 yards of product.

807 Wonder Web® Tape: A fusible web tape that is extremely versatile for use in apparel, quilting and craft & home décor projects. It can replace sewing or gluing and is great for hemming pants and skirts. Package includes 5/8” x 20 yards of product.

725 Heavy-Duty Wonder-Under®: Your favorite paper-backed fusible web, with double the adhesive action. This product turns any fabric into a fusible fabric and is perfect for heavier weight fabrics such as canvas or denim. Package includes 15” x 3 yards of product.

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To enter-to-win, tell us what you’d like to try making with any one of these products. Please let us know in the comments! [Make sure we have a way to get in touch with you in case you’re our winner!] For added entries, you can do any of the following:

1. like us on Facebook
2. follow the blog (click the follow button in the right-hand sidebar)
3. follow our boards on Pinterest

Just make sure to post a comment telling us what you did for each entry.

Contest runs through midnight on Thursday, May 10th. Winner will be announced on Friday, May 11th.

Thanks and good luck!

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UPDATE (May 11): This contest is now closed! Thanks to all who entered:). Stay tuned for our next Monday Madness giveaway on June 4!

Congratulations to our winner, Fran, who had our 43rd comment!! Our winner was selected using a random generator at www.random.org.

We hope you enjoy the prize pack, Fran! And Happy Weekend to you all!

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85 thoughts on “Monday Madness!! (5/7)

  1. Billie Petty says:

    I make Totes (phone, e-reader, small and large simple totes) to sell and I use Pellon interface and batting all the time to add stiffness and/or padding for protection of the electronics and to enhance the look of the tote. I’m just now beginning to learn to do appliques and without fusible Pellon they would be impossible.

  2. Sabs says:

    Hmm, I’ve just been asked by my system to make her a play suit so I think the wonder-under and fusible web will come in handy…I’ve never tried making a play suit before Si think it’ll be very much a case if trial and error!!

  3. Mary K Kamrath says:

    I have used your wonder under on wall hangings I have made and the tape on hems and seams that I could not sew for one reason or another. I would like to try the heavy duty wonder under on some embroidered applique I am planning.

  4. Diann Cornell says:

    I’d like to try the Easy-Knit Tape for putting smaller pieces of batting together when making a quilt.

  5. Lorena Messenger says:

    I just completed a summer wrap and saw L Cutting use wonder tape to hem her garment. Tried it on mine and it works beautifully. No thread showing at hemline. It take 2 pieces sewn together, then fused as one unit in the hem. Love it.

  6. auntiethesis says:

    My first thought is a Kindle cover and I’d use the 805 Wonder-Under® Tape to stabilize the fabric to the cardboard.
    shel704 at aol dot com

  7. Susan says:

    I would LOVE to try the Batting and seam tape, to piece together scraps of batting for my next quilt. I think this would be a super time saver

  8. LJ says:

    I want to use the Heavy Duty Wonder-Under for making magic wallets for the grandkids. Paper/cardboard ones are just too flimsey and fabric ones need some strong stabilizer. Reading the description above makes me think the HDW-U will be perfect.
    I already follow your blog via email.

  9. Cecilia says:

    I would like to use the heavy duty wonder under to make a canvas market tote bag. Thanks for the chance to win.

  10. Fran says:

    I would love to use the Easy Knit tape to make usable pieces of batting out of all my random, ‘not quite big enough’ scrap batting.

  11. Kathy H says:

    I’d like to do some quick applique, maybe a table mat for summer! Thank you for offering up a nice give-away! Be blessed, Kathy

  12. Ellen M. says:

    I just took a T-shirt making class and I could use the Easy-Knit tape to stabilize the shoulder seams. Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Norma says:

    I’m back sewing after some years and have been loving using pellon as interfacing. I think I’ll use Wnder Under for appliqué.

  14. Joan Wamsley says:

    I found this give-away because I’m a follower on Facebook. I love give-aways! I have an embroidery machine and use wonder under on appliques to keep the applique material in place and in good shape even after multiple washes. I would love to try the other products as well if I win them 🙂

  15. Grandma G says:

    That batting and seam tape jumped out at me as something I could use for joining all the scrap pieces of batting that my mother-in-law gives me from her quilt-making! 🙂

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