Unboxing Sewing Packages & Giveaway

Over the past couple of months several companies have reached out to me inquiring if they can send their products to me to try. Many of them are not a good fit for me or my channel, but I did say yes to two of the companies. So today I wanted to show the sewing goodies I was sent. The items were provided for free, but I’m not being paid to talk about them.

The first item I received is a tailors clapper. I had never owned one before so was very interested in giving this one a try. I could tell right away the quality was great! The wood is incredibly smooth, so no rough spots to snag fabric. The grooves on the sides help the clapper fit nicely in my hand. I happened to be making my dungarees right after the clapper arrived, so it was the perfect project to test it on. The clapper helped the denim seams to lay nice and flat. I’m looking forward to using it on other projects in the future! You can find the clapper (along with more information) HERE!

The next package that showed up was a Sewers Club box. Sewers Club is a monthly subscription service. They deliver sewing projects right to your mailbox. The first thing I noticed was their adorable branding! As soon as I opened the box I was the card listing the items inside and their retail prices. I am always curious if subscription boxes are a good deal or not so I love how they list it all out with nothing to hid. Plus the box ships FREE within the U.S. and Canada.

The holiday box I received includes a panel print for a fun Santa apron as well as red material to line it with and a few other small items. You can use my affiliate link to save $5 off your first box! I also earn a percentage for referring you and it goes right back to creating sewing content for you to enjoy! You can find the link HERE!

The kind people at Sewers Club have kindly offered another box for a giveaway! Check out the video HERE to find out how to enter! *Make sure you leave your comment on the youTube video and not on this post*

Both items I shared would make great gifts for the sewers in your life (or yourself)! If you need some DIY gift inspiration check out my Handmade Holiday Gift Guide HERE!

Until next time, Happy Sewing!


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