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Lapel Stick Giveaway at Leona’s

Leona is hosting a giveaway for Lapel Stick at her blog; Leona’s Quilting Adventure

She has four sticks to giveaway, and is going to choose four winners!  Lapel Sticks are used to temporarily stick fabrics together for sewing or a quick mend on-the-go.  They promise it won’t gum up your needles when used to help you sew a project, and they are non-toxic and acid-free too!  Leona put the Lapel Stick to the test, and found their claims to be true about not gumming up her needles while it did a stellar job securing her fabric layers together.  Head on over to her blog to enter for your chance to win one of these helpful, useful Lapel Sticks!


  1. I am going there now - I am always blog sharing or twittering or FB everyones giveaways but never enter them - this time I am.. Cross your fingers


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