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Quilters Mart Review + Giveaway

Today is a special day, I've been blogging for six years now and this is officially my 100th blog post!! Woot woot!! Thank you for following my journey through reading my blog. If you love sewing as much as I do then you know how time consuming a single project can be. What if I told you that you can cut your time in half by having the right cutting tools or better yet having tools that will make your sewing smoother!
To celebrate my 100th blog post, I have partnered up with Quilters Mart to share two amazing tools that you'll be able to purchase from them at a discount rate. As a treat I will be hosting a Giveaway for the Ruffler Foot Valued at $29.95! (Disclosure, I received these products as complementary for review purposes by Quilters Mart. All my opinions are mine and I'm keeping it 100%.)

If you are anything like me when it comes to sewing then you really enjoy the sewing vs the cutting! Cutting can be time consuming and can cause aches in your hands especially if you suffer from arthritis. If you haven't switched to a rotary cutter, what are you waiting for? Seriously, this is the fastest option with some fabric materials. After a while you will need to replace your blades and Quilters Mart offers a variety of blade packages the set of five being their popular set valued at $21.95 but if you purchase today you can get a sweet deal of $12.95! If you currently own the Olfa Fiskars then they will be compatible. They are 45 mm, durable and premium quality stainless steel. You'll be able to cut with accuracy, save time and fabric!

Being a momma of two I'm using all the short cuts and time when it comes to sewing while still getting quality projects made. These blades cut my fabric like butter and it feels smooth as I glide the blade onto my fabric, best feeling ever! You can also find the 28mm and 60mm blades at Quilters Mart.
I'm a huge fan of ruffles when it comes to making dresses for my girls! They are beautiful but sometimes time consuming or can be a hot mess if you don't distribute them evenly. Well ladies and gents there is an amazing tool that saves you all the stress and hassel. I give you the Ruffler Foot, available at Quilters Mart for $29.95 but you can get it at a discount price of $15.95! This bad boy can make different types of ruffles in the fraction of a second. Oh! Ruffler where have you been all my life!

This Ruffler foot can be a bit intimidating based on how big it is for an average presser foot. Looks can be deceiving, this is easy peezy!
Here is the anatomy of the Ruffler so you can get yourself familiarized with it.
With this nifty little gadget, you can make different sizes of ruffles which would give you different looks from ruffles, pleates, to gathers.
(Every stich will give you ruffles.) 
 (Every 6th stich will give you pleats.)  

(Every 12th stich will give you larger pleats.) 

Just set it to gather: every stitch, every 6th stitch or every 12th stitch. Simply tighten the pleat depth screw for deeper ruffles or loosen it for shallower ruffles. The shorter the stitch length, the closer together the ruffles. So just play with the adjustments until you find one you best like!
Now that you know about these amazing sewing MUST haves you can shop for them at Quilters Mart at a discount price! I will be giving away the Ruffler Foot, so if you are feeling lucky enter Quilters Mart Ruffler Foot Giveaway below! The giveaway will be closed on February 4, 2018 at midnight Mountain Time Zone! Make sure to check back Febuary 5th to see if you are the lucky winner, best of luck! Otherwise make sure to check out Quilters Mart for all things sewing from fabric, tools, and more. They offer free shipping on purchases of $30 or more!

Enter using the giveaway widget below remember to complete all options

Cathryn P.

winner has been contacted, thank you everyone for participating. 

Giveaway is open only to US residents 18 and over, and entries will be accepted through Sunday Febuary 4th at Midnight MST.  Winner will be contacted by email – make sure to enter with an email account you check frequently.


  1. I have yet to try clips, I might give it a go since I have little ones and I'm afraid they might find my pins.


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