Korbond Prize

For all your crafty makers out there we are giving away this  bag stuffed full of  Korbond products including-

Needles, threads, scissors, pins, thread cutter, stitch un-picker,  safety pins and a tape measure.

All you have to do is comment on this blog post –

Tell us what   you would  create with all these goodies if you won them.

We will need  your email address so we  can contact you if you are the lucky winner.

If you want to boost your chances of winning you can like my Facebook page facebook.com/CreativeSalvage and follow me on Twitter @creativesalvage

Thanks and good luck !

and Most important CLOSING DATE 30th September 2013 !! So get your entries in now!

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  • PatchworkPlace

    Oh how exciting…a bag full of helpful creativity utensils 🙂

  • Sara

    Ohh lovely!
    All those goodies will be really helpful for a quilting I’m planning to make

  • Siobhan Murphy

    This would help with the dressmaking I plan to do over the next few months!

  • Amy Elle Cartwright

    I recreate vintage clothing so I would use this for dressmaking! Fingers crossed! xx

  • Mahwish Aurangzeb

    I would create some embroidery patterns as it’s something I have always wanted to do, great competition 🙂 x

  • bossymamma

    I would make pillowcase dresses for Dress A Girl Around the World.

  • bossymamma

    I’ve liked you on Facebook

  • Anna Farrell

    I would create lots of early Christmas present for my two toddlers & husband to open before he deploys & misses Christmas. Xx

  • Vanessa Cox

    I’d create mini Christmas decorations 🙂

  • lzelli

    I’m attempting a homemade Christmas this year, so I’d use these to create my sewing projects such as a sausage pillowcase and shopper bag.

  • primrose graham

    I would use it to make my first patchwork quilt for my nan who is I’ll so she can be all snuggly


    we’ve just redecorated the iving room and I’ve been looking for a kind of ‘toning’ dog bed that doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb. Can’t believe the prices! So I’m thinking of making my own.

  • Leanne Lunn

    I want to make a gorgeous little quilt to match my daughters decor for her cot.

  • Lily Peck

    I’m learning indian embroidery: these would enable practicing to make uber great embroidered cushions, phone covers and shirts!

  • ooobop

    Just came across your fabulous blog via Twitter. What a great giveaway. Am always in need of supplies for my dressmaking antics! Cute bag too! Thank you for the opportunity 🙂

  • Sue Gilbert

    I might create a bolero for the Dada Baroness – Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven – to wear over her tomato-can bra and illegal (she was arrested in 1916 for wearing them on the street in New York City) hand-painted trousers.

    The scissors might cut the shape of the bolero from a rust-coloured, jacquard curtain which the Baroness pilfered from the stairwell below her studio.

    If shoulders and sides of the bolero were held together with safety-pins, any remaining safety-pins would be linked to form a mock watch-chain.

    The un-picker might be used to rip slits in the fabric, through which fringes of multi-coloured threads would emerge.

    The thread cutter might be adorned with ribbons and attached to the breast like a medal. Once no longer required for stitching, the needles would be pinned in a line beside the ‘medal,’ points up to deter thieves.

    Once their duties are complete, the scissors and un-picker could also be adorned with ribbons and join the medal line, the Baroness’ mother was a fine needlewoman.

    The tape measure is functionally the least important, it would be stitched onto the back of the bolero in the shape of a profile of Marcel Duchamp – who rejected her offers of love and other things. The profile would be pierced with pins, many pins.

  • Sue Gilbert

    Also please don’t give the prize to anybody who is into Dada!