Sunday, July 17, 2016

MONOGRAM Thread Rack Giveaway

My husband and I came up with this idea of a Monogrammed thread rack to sell.
Of course I picked the letter B for Bea-quilter Smile
I have it listed on etsy here
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Here it is “naked” 35 pegs on the letter “B”
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his is a CUSTOM Monogram Letter Thread Rack for your embroidery, sewing or quilting thread spools AND Bobbins!
Each Thread Rack is custom made with whatever letter YOU PICK!
Each letter is 22 1/2" tall and vary in widths depending on what letter you pick, which also determines how many dowels are on the letter.
The Letter is cut out on .71" thick plywood and the dowels are 1/4" and protrude 3 1/4" when inserted into letters, they are also slightly rounded at the ends to be able to hold bobbins! Each letter is also sanded on the edges and there's a picture hanger attached to the back for easy hanging.
Each dowel is spaced apart approx. 1 3/4" following the curve of the letter.
Dowels come in a baggie and you insert them into the holes and fit snuggly.
FREE US SHIPPING!! (lower 48)
Email if you have any questions or want to know how many dowels will fit on YOUR letter.
Also see the listing for getting a set of 2 letters! -First and Last name or maybe one for Embroidery and one for Quilting!
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Or you can get two- one for Embroidery and one for Quilting!
Or your first and last name
I have a double set listed on etsy here
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Here’s just a sample of what some of the letters look like
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Now for the giveaway!
TO KICK off this NEW business venture.
We’re giving away ONE CUSTOM letter thread rack (US only)
OF COURSE YOU PICK WHAT EVER LETTER YOU WANT!
There’s different ways to enter:
Visit/like my facebook page
Comment below
follow on instagram
and SHARE!
giveaway closes next Sunday at 12am
Hoping it will be a success- Hubby and I saying that whatever we earn with this will be our vacation fund
(we rarely go anywhere and if we do it’s on the cheap!)
GOOD LUCK!!

49 comments:

Michele said...

Those are really great and such a fabulous idea. Best of luck with this new venture.

Betsy said...

Such a great idea Bea, I would pick B

Gene Black said...

I woud pick G for Gene.

Podunk Pretties said...

These are just amazing! When I first saw them on Instagram I thought "why didn't I think of this!", yep a slap in the head moment.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Wow - great idea! If I don't win, I will definitely order one.

barbara woods said...

B for Barbara

tpott said...

What a fantastic idea, how creative! I wish you both great success with you new business. Happy Sunday! ;-> Toni Anne

Barbara Ensor said...

Unique idea!

Charlene S said...

I hope this creative idea reaps lots of vacation money.

Vicki H said...

I'd like V for Vicki

Kathy S. said...

I'd pick a K for Kathy, but it would be fun to spell something like S E W or Q U I L T... Great idea. Good luck with your new venture.

Debbie Y said...

These are just beautiful. I'd choose D for Debbie. Hope you make lots of $$ for a fabulous vacation!

The Joyful Quilter said...

What a FANTASTIC idea!!! Thank you for the opportunity to WIN one of my very own thread holders. Pick me, pick me!!

Julianne said...

Super cute!

Needled Mom said...

Those are really cute and so colorful with the threads on them. I'd pick M for my name.

Barb said...

What a wonderful venture for you and your husband. Good luck to you. Those are awesome... G for me. Thanks for this opportunity.

lefuntz said...

I would choose S because it is the first letter of my last name and I like to Sew.

Crickets Corner said...

I think it would be R because that's the first name letter of my first name. Of course then I'd have to get an M so I'd have both of my initials. Thanks for the chance. Rina

Sewgirl said...

I would probably do my last initial which is "S". My DH and I don't share the same last name, but we do share the same initial, so that would cover us both!

Jen said...

These are so cute! Love them!

Jen said...

I favorited your Etsy shop 😄

margaret said...

what a talented pair you are this is a wonderful way to keep cotton threads and stick things long enough to keep bobbins with the reels

Marti M said...

I would pick the "M" because both my first and last name start with a M.

Mary Howland said...

Thank you for this offer. I hope I'm entered now as I'd love to get the "M" for my first name. Great idea!

Mary Howland said...

That RAfflecopter won't show that I added a comment. I only want to be counted once. Thanks.

mdghall said...

Great idea! Thanks for the chance to win a "D".

VickiT said...

I really love this idea Bea! Hubby may have come up with a fabulous idea with this!! You may never see him again though. He may be in his workshop all day and night once the orders start coming in. LOL

I hope my comment will count, but I'd like to keep the letter I'd choose a secret for now, if that's ok. The reason is that I am considering this as a gift for someone. I'd LOVE to say I want it for myself because I love the idea, but in all honesty, I have absolutely no wall space open in my sewing room. If I do win, or if you would want to know ahead of time, I'd be happy to tell you the letter via email. Thank you for the chance to win. Tell hubby good luck; I think he may have come up with a big seller with this idea!

AlidaP said...

Lovely idea!! I would pick the @ does it count as a letter? I always signed with that instead of the A because I am a computer scientists! Thanks for the chance (btw do you know that the link to your etsy shop in the rafflecopter does not work? Just wanted to let you know in case you didn't notice :) ).

melissa stacy said...

I would pick the letter M for Melissa

Lori Smanski said...

what a great idea I would choose an L for my first name: Lournetta
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SewMisadventurous said...

😭Wah-aha-ahh-ha-ah 😭 Boo-hoo-hoo-hoo! I don't live near enough to 😭 You-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Ya' see THIS is the difference between being Creative, and being able to create. I can make it, but I couldn't come up with an idea like this in a month of Sundays. I wish you all the luck in the world with your new venture Bea, I can see child labour being utilised, along with a lorry load of sandpaper in NC in the very near future. Lol.

kupton52 said...

What a great idea...and so cute too! I think a "K" for my studio would be wonderful! I don't have a large collection of Aurifil threads so I believe I could fit them on one letter! Thanks for a chance to win!

JustPam said...

These are really cute. I would pick a Q for quilting.

Unknown said...

Love the idea. I would choose an N since my name in Nancy. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Amy Clausen said...

A for Aunt Mamie! These are amazing - great concept!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

This is such a fun idea! Good luck with your vacation fund! I would choose Q because I am always telling my friends that we are quilters and should show it! I always require them to bring a quilted placemat to our retreats. LOL Thanks for the fun!

Emily said...

This is such a neat idea! Practical and lovely! I would likely pick my first initial if I was lucky enough to win. I hope you guys get a great vacation fund out of this venture!

Gina said...

I'd choose the letter G because it's the first letter of my daughter's and my name!

Mary said...

Very creative idea. Love the "font" that you are using. Enjoy your blog and wonder how you get so much accomplished in your busy day.

Mary

k said...

I would love to have the letter M which would remind me of the wonderful person who taught me how to quilt! thanks these are so cute!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Very creative Bea! I would pick C

Cecilia said...

Nice job! I would choose C for Cecilia.

Judy1522 said...
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Judy1522 said...

That is such a clever idea for a thread rack. The letter I would pick is J.

Susan said...

Either an S or an N. I can't decided which yet. This is a nifty idea. Hope your business venture succeeds.

Pamela said...

So pretty! I really want one or two...or three!

Pamela said...

Oh - and I would start with a P. Then, maybe a Q? or spell out Paris? So many possibilities (and spools of thread!)

Jacque said...

This is a great idea! Best wishes on your new venture....I think I would pick a "B" for my last name. I think there might be more room for dowels on that, than on a "J". LOL

Deborah Waldron said...

This is a super idea - so much cuter than the system I currently have hanging on the wall! Oh a letter "D" for me, please!!