Sewline Pens: Epic Giveaway
I love stationery. Pens, notepads, letter sets – anything that is both pretty and functional.
I love sewing. Making clothes, making quilts, pottering about stitching seams and adding finishing flourishes.
Imagine what happens when your two worlds collide. Because, that is exactly how I felt when this awesome set of Sewline pens landed on my desk! I mean, super cute pens that are designed specifically for stitching and sewing – what on earth could be better than that?!
Sewline Pens c/o EQS
When it comes to sewing (which for me usually comes with deadlines!) I need to have things that I can rely on – a machine that I know and can trust. Fabrics that I know will not only look stunning, but will wash, wear and weather well. And, notions that are not only right on hand, but do just the job that they are set out to do.
So, having a full set of these amazing Sewline pens, will ensure that I have just the right tool for the job – no matter what project I’m working on. And, anyone that has been working on a project and thought, “you know what, I don’t know where my water soluble marker is – I’m just going to go ahead and use this regular, writing pencil…I mean what’s the worst that can happen?” will know that the worst that can happen is that you have to start over, because you and made some kind of damn awful mess of your fabrics and no amount of washing or cursing is getting it out! I have since learnt from my mistakes (and I say mistakes plural, because it seem I have a thick skull sometimes!) and now make sure that I pick out the right marker pen for the job – ‘cos ain’t no one got time for that nonsense!
I first came across the Sewline products last summer, and after falling in love with the Glue Stick pen for speeding up my Hexi Patchwork – I knew I was onto a winner!
Friends, check out this awesome collection from Sewline that I have Tried & Tested for y’all…
From Left to Right:
STAYER Permanent Ink Marker, £3.99
This fibre point marker has a super-fine 0.5mm tip for precise and permanent marks – available in Black or Brown – low odour ad wash resistant.
Why you need this…it’s great for adding your signature to your projects and for adding names onto to name tapes.
STYLA Fine fabric Marker, £6.99
This ceramic rolling ball glides easily over fabrics and with a 0.8mm point is ideas for precision marking – water erasable this is a sewing staple.
Why you need this…whether you are marking out pattern adjustments on a garment or are designing embroidery motifs, this lets you make accurate and exact marks that are easily removable with water.
AQUA ERASER, £11.50
This handy pen with a fibre tip is used for removing the lines and marks of water erasable pens and pencils
Why you need this…The precision tip and the soft grip allows you to accurately adjust the flow of water to remove just the lines and marks that you want – ideal for correcting mistakes when marking!
FABRIC PENCIL, £9.99
This refillable mechanical pencil allows you to mark out neatly and accurately – with colourful ceramic lead that can be clearly seen on fabrics.
Why you need this…the mechanical pencil action means that there is no messy sharpening required, the lead can be retracted to prevent breakage and makes this the perfect on-the-go sewing companion.
FABRIC PENCIL ERASER, £3.25
This is a pen-shaped polymer eraser and is ideal for removing the markings made from ceramic lead pencils.
Why you need this…the push-button action allows you to release the eraser as needed – and retract for storage, so that it doesn’t get grubby in your sewing bag! This is the perfect companion to the Fabric Pencil.
AIR ERASABLE PEN, £3.99
This marker pen has a ceramic roller for smooth distribution of ink onto the fabrics. The purple ink self-erases within a couple of days.
Why you need this…this pen will allow you to write, mark and draw neatly and with precision, and the lines will fade out without the need for fussing with water!
TRIO MULTI FUNCTION MARKER COLOUR (PINK) & TRIO MULTI FUNCTION MARKER (WHITE), £12.99
These are a three-in-one tool that offers the choice of white lead for dark fabrics, black lead for light fabrics and a roller for marking out creases or tracing. The Colour option replaces the Tracer tip with a Pink pencil. Complete with an eraser to remove the pencil lines when complete.
Why you need this…the duo of light and dark leads makes this a great option when making marking on projects where the fabrics or prints vary between light and dark – you can simply switch the lead and continue marking- so you design will always be prominent!
This pen-shaped tracer offers a 1.6mm roller ball tip allowing smooth continuous creases and non-ink markings on your projects
Why you need this…The hang-pen shape makes marking out curves a breeze!
DUO MARKERS, £6.99
This set of pens allows you to mark with one and erase with the other. The marker pen creates neat clean lines with ink that will not bleed on the surface of the fabrics, and the eraser pen can be used to remove the ink with ease once completed.
Why you need this…This combo allows you to mark and remove the lines with ease – the bevelled tip on the eraser allows you to use the large surface for removing large section of markings or just the narrow tip for correcting mistakes.
Fancy getting your hands on a complete set worth over £80?
Then today is your lucky day! I have one full set of these awesome Sewline Pens – worth over £80 – c/o EQS to give away to one lucky Made Peachy Reader!
So, how do you enter?
Easy! So that y’all get a fair whack at it, there are a number of ways you can enter this giveaway – and the best part is each one will be counted as 1 entry…so, do all three and you will be entered three times my friend!
1 Please leave a comment below sharing why you want to get your mitts on this awesome serf of Sewline pens
2 Share this post on Twitter, tagging @madepeachy and using the hashtag #SewlineMadePeachy
3 Give the MadePeachy Facebook page a like, share the giveaway post and leave a comment on why you’d love to win!
Want a bonus entry? Then head over to the MadePeachy Instagram , follow and give the Sewline post a like & comment!
The giveaway is open to everyone – if you have a postal address, no matter where in the world, you can enter! Yay for international prizes! The winner will be pick at random and announced on the 19 April – Good Luck!