Tuesday, January 4, 2011

give away!

hello readers! i have a giveaway to offer today that'll give you a $25 gift certificate that can be used for anything on one of CSN's over 200 online stores. from modern dining room furniture and well-designed storage ideas to that herman miller desk that would fit perfectly in your studio - oh wait, that's me and i don't have a studio.

leave me a comment just to say hi, or tell me about the most important piece of furniture (drafting table? sewing desk? sofa?!) in your craft making process. i'll choose a winner next week.

good luck,
kim
triangle shirt

****AND THE RANDOMLY GENERATED WINNER IS****
commenter number 4: ASHLEY
thanks to all who participated and shared your favorite hobby helpers. what great responses!

6 comments:

  1. Hi Kim!
    I love my cutting table. It is an old IKEA desk that I put up on bed risers so it is the perfect height for cutting and not bending over too far. hahaha. You know old backs!

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  2. My favorite piece of equipment is by far my soft, plush, semi-drool stained, head stinky pillow. 3:45am is when I have my most noteworthy Eureka moments. The best and most creative ideas come to me when I'm half awake- and I always keep paper by my bed to jot these sometimes awesome (sometimes not so awesome) ideas down.

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  3. My sewing table, for sure. It is where I spend most of my time. It's actually a beautiful old breakfast table that has followed me around for years, but it has drop sides that can come up to hold my mat on one side and a quilt on the other side (and my machine in the middle, of course) and I am very fond of it.

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  4. Hi! Thanks for such a great giveaway. Hope you had a great new years :)

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  5. i spend a lot of time standing up while working on my craft, so i would say my shoes are quite critical to my process. they certainly furnish my feet well. does that make them furniture?

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  6. My sewing desk for sure. It's one of the classic solid-wood singer models from the 1940s and, since my mom refinished it for me, it's a real beauty. My cutting table gets a lot of use too, however...

    eemoody77 at gmail dot com

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