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Giveaway: Embroidery Floss from Sublime Stitching

25 October 2012 5,674 views 460 Comments

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Let me tell you a little story about Jenny Hart. She's the founder of Sublime Stitching, the company that brings you all the super hip embroidery patterns (such as this free moustache embroidery pattern), and she is kind of a hero of mine. Back in the early-mid 2000s, she started her company, and she would always share lots of helpful info with other girls online about running creative businesses. I always admired her for taking the time to help women who could benefit from her mentorship. Maybe that's why I started Crafterminds -- to help creative bloggers benefit from my experience as a professional blogger. Jenny's a generous and smart businesswoman, and I definitely look up to her.

So when she told me that she launched a new embroidery floss line, Sublime Floss, I was super excited. Embroidery is a very personal art to Jenny, who has exhibited her work in museums, and has published a line of books and kits. It is only fitting that her embroidery floss reflects her personality - check out the names of these packs of floss: Fruitsalad, Flowerbox, Breakdance (shown above -- check out the individual floss color names. My favorite: Poppin and Lockin.) Jenny also had to include little jokey comments on each package:

sublime floss

The "Boombox" skein says "You got some more batteries?"

sublime floss


So, this slow dance goes out to Jenny Hart. And in honor of her big achievement (launching this sweet line of floss), I want to give away the ENTIRE LINE to one of you!

Enter below, and in the meantime, visit Jenny:

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  • Kaitlin said:

    Ohhh what wouldn’t I embroider?! I have so many projects on the docket! I’d prob use these to embroider something for one of my friends!

  • Jaclyn said:

    Admittedly, it’s been YEARS since I embroidered anything…this would be a fun kick to get me started again!

  • Jess said:

    How exciting! I am loving the colors. I would embroider something for my mother’s new apartment! She and I live far a part and it would make her day to have a handmade embroidery (possibly pillow) in her place since she no longer lives in the house where we lived as a family, it would help make her place a home. I would be quite excited to find interesting colors to mix and match!!

  • emily said:

    I would embroider christmas presents for EVERYONNNEEE haha! these are so beautiful!

  • Jamie Martin said:

    My girlfriend’s name on a blanket.

  • Aarika said:

    I love the floss-naming creativity!

  • Tania said:

    My parents have at home a bedsheet that my grandmother embroidered a pattern onto and gave to my dad before she passed away. As I child, every time my mom had me change the sheets to my bed, I’d pick those because I always thought the pattern was so pretty, the flowers so perfectly-embroidered, and the reminder that my grandmother created it such an amazing thing. I just asked my mom if she could copy that pattern, or create a similar/new one for me so I could embroider it myself… Needless to say, I’d use this embroidery floss to do just that!

  • Lima said:

    Embellishment to decorate Christmas presents! :D

  • Susan said:

    Pretty colors! I need to make some Christmas presents!

  • wintu nancy said:

    What fun new colors!

  • Katie cowden said:

    Ooh, right now I’m working on a series of brightly colored Indian deities, and these would be so pretty for that!

  • Kim said:

    Love! I’d be stitching on everything if I won this! :)

  • Sue said:

    Beautiful colors! I would use this floss for counted cross stitch and card making.

  • Kim said:

    I would use it embellish a top for my daughter.

  • Lacey G. said:

    Lovely colors! So bright and cheery!

  • Natalie said:

    I love the set… and the names are so clever!

  • melissa said:

    My daughter is just old enough to be interested in sewing so this would be a perfect bunch of thread for her to do some “pretties”

  • Marian said:

    I’m pretty sure I would embroider some moustaches for my sister and I have several different crafty patterns on tap to do with my daughter who is just old enough to start some serious crafting!

  • ira lee said:

    those look so great!!!

  • Andrea said:

    I would embroider hats!!!

  • Stephanie said:

    I’d embroider my scrapbook pages! What fun colors! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Andrea said:

    lovin the names of the floss! great to find another “hip” craft supplier!

  • Collette said:

    I know EXACTLY what I would do with this!! What a great giveaway!

  • Bonney said:

    I love the names and comments on this floss. I would definitely be stitching Christmas gifts with this. Everything from bibs to pillowcases!

  • Angie said:

    These are such nice bold colors! I’m going to have a new niece or nephew this year, so I could make a great embroidered gift: blanket, bibs, framed announcement.

  • katcorr said:

    I could use the floss to do the embroidery on Christmas tree skirts I’ve been making for gifts, a seat for a chair I bought at the thrift store, pillowcases and pillowcase dolls for my granddaughters and there are so many other projects I have planned for car trips!

  • Sandra said:

    What beautiful colors!

  • Rachel E. said:

    I’ve been wanting to embroider a doggie “portrait” for a gift for someone, so I’d make that!

  • Anne in NC said:

    I would love to embroider tea towels with this!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  • sharlaelizabeth said:

    the color names are amazing!

  • Christy said:

    I’d embroider a t shirt.

  • Kirsten said:

    I began cross-stitching in elementary school and stopped because the patterns were embarrassingly frumpy. Maybe this would give me a reason to try some fun new patterns!

  • Christy Coy said:

    I’d embroider some Christmas tea towels!

  • Thewatergirl said:

    Oh I love them! I have a couple of her books, and those beautiful hues would make some of her designs really come to life! I would love to win!

  • Elsa said:

    An apron!

  • Maryanne said:

    Holy cow! This is a huge giveaway. I could use the floss in so many ways – jewelry making, knitting, and of course, embroidery.

  • Linda Smith said:

    I would use it for scrapbooking and make some retro dish towels.

  • joyce avans said:

    The colors are amazing. I can wait to try embroidery paintings with your floss.

  • Jen Paz said:

    I actually wouldn’t use it to embroider but I make trips to Haiti and the girls in the orphanages love to make friendship bracelets with floss! That’s how I would use it

  • Melinda said:

    What fun colors! I would enjoy using them for cross-stitching projects.

  • Shelley T. said:

    Feathers or dandelions, I’m kind of obsessed right now.

  • Kathrynn said:

    I would make a banner for the fireplace mantle.

  • Katherine said:

    I do wall hangings with Bible verses for wedding gifts, usually with a fancy border using the couple’s wedding colors. These colors look gorgeous, so I’m sure they would pair nicely with someone’s wedding.

  • Renee said:

    I want to do the face of a pug for my daughter for Christmas. She owns the cutest little puggle puppy!

  • Amanda said:

    So excited for this line! I’m a big fan of S/S!

  • Megan said:

    I would like to add embroidery to some of my shirts. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Stacey said:

    Oh, the things I would stitch with this thread… an alphabet wall hanging for my daughter’s room, a pillow cover for my mom, some nifty felt pins for my sister. The possibilities are endless :)

  • Hannah said:

    I love these palettes! I’m obsessed with making pieces to go on the walls of my apartment and office. I mostly use Jenny’s patterns and I love her books.

  • Dana said:

    Some cute shirts for my boy

  • Jennet said:

    What wouldn’t I embroider is the better question! :) I would work on more embroidered wall art.

  • leenah said:

    i have so many things to embroider with sublime floss! um, first idea, i need something embroidered to hang in my cube at work. more ideas? oh yes, many.

  • Erin said:

    Ooooooooooh, meeeeee!!!!!! I’d embroider ALL THE THINGS!

  • raquel garza said:

    i would embroider some baby bibs for christmas! :)

  • Katie Moore said:

    I would love to use this to create some embroidered art for my home! I’ve been a fan of Sublime Stitching since she started!

  • Laurie said:

    I have been sort of half-assing my way through a project to make throw pillows for my friends with lyrics from their favorite songs on them. I got partially through mine (I Dream A Highway Back to You by Gillian Welch) and lost motivation. Clearly the answer is NEW AMAZING COLORS OF THREAD.

  • sandyandcosmo said:

    I would embroider some Christmas ornaments. Thanks for a chance to win!

  • Sadie said:

    I love Sublime Stitching patterns, I’ve been doing hankies for the men in my life for Christmas. This floss would stitch up so pretty!

  • Jessica said:

    Oh, I would embroider all the things! Onsies for new babies, Christmas presents for my pals… you name it!

  • mjb said:

    I’m looking to do some embroidery for my little girl!

  • Dawn said:

    I would make all my Christmas gift embroideries out of these wonderful flosses!

  • Rochelle Cottonware said:

    I have almost every one of Jenny’s patterns! I’m so excited for this floss!!

  • Jamie said:

    I would embroider everything I can. I love a the adorable names that this floss has.

  • Kelly said:

    Eee! Thank you for the giveaway. My sister is expecting her first child (my first niece/nephew) in March, and I want to embroider ALL THE BABY THINGS!

  • Lisa B said:

    Oh man, what WOULDN’T I embroider with this…to start, all of the Christmas gifts breathing down my neck! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  • ashley emmett said:

    I would embroider onesies for my pregnant sister!

  • Amy said:

    All of the colors are individually awesome! But the names/jokes are what really make them special. :)

  • Paula McElrath said:

    Oh please! Pick me!!!!!

  • Ian M said:

    I was also so excited to hear that she had her own line of floss coming out! Her site and she solely inspired me to start embroidery.

  • Amy said:

    Love the colors, love the names!

  • Shannon said:

    I’ve got a messenger bag I picked up at the thrift store. It’s a plain khaki and I think it could really use a little embroidery. That and I have a big stack of tea towels that need some love.

  • Jennifer Rossi said:

    I have a long list of stuff to embroider, but mainly, I want the Shy Boy and Shy Girl pillows from Jenny’s site to start out with! Then, I’d embroider a bunch of quotes and lyrics that inspire me and hang them all over my house!

  • Joanne S said:

    I would stitch a flower garden !! I can see wildflowers with a touch of autumn leaves starting to fall !! Beautiful colors ! Whwre can I buy some if I dont win ?

  • Roberta said:

    The question is, what WOULDN’T I embroider with this floss!

  • Kari Kurtz said:

    LOVE sublime stitching EVERYTHING! Would def do some crafty damage to christmas presents with this!

  • Nicole said:

    I would love to make a cutie pie manly apron! For my boyfriend!

  • Catherine M said:

    Those are so awesome! I love the names. I would probably embroider a few of my shirts to add something nice to them :)

  • Angie P. said:

    Thanks for the entry! I would like to get back into cross-stitching again and winning this would give me some motivation.

  • Julie said:

    Soo pretty! Can’t wait to read all the label comments!

  • susie said:

    Yay! I love everything Jenny Hart does. You know her floss is going to be awesome. I’d like to use these to embroider some new sheets!

  • Louise said:

    Jenny and her site are truly amazing…I love her and love to spread the word about her to anyone who
    will listen! I’d so LOVE to use these threads to make some sweet stitches in her honour!

  • Melody said:

    I would embroider pretty pillowcases for my daughter’s room. I already have many of Jenny’s patterns to work with!

  • Charity McAllister said:

    They are SO pretty!

  • Jane C. said:

    Hipster floss for all of us. Kewl.

  • Kimberly N said:

    I’d be embroidering everything I could get away with for my little daughter and maybe FINALLY get some stuff done for me and my home. :)

  • Anne said:

    I would embroider a poem with pictures for a quilt I’m making for my mom.

  • Elizabeth said:

    I’d use it to embrider a new set of sushi themed towels for the kitchen – yum!

  • cindy said:

    How much fun would this be? Beautiful colors and such fun names! Yea Jenny Hart!

  • Joy Reynolds said:

    I would use it to work on the many birthday/christmas presents in the works at the moment!

  • Leigh Green said:

    I have been planning to knit things to then embroider and this collection would be PERFECT for that! :)

  • Alyssa said:

    I would cross-stitch a holiday gift for my wife that says: I <3 my life with you. Just found the cutest pattern for it on etsy!

  • Sara Anne said:

    I have a lot of Christmas tea towels in need of embroidery!

  • Heather said:

    A very dear friend is having her first baby and I’m over-the-moon excited about making lots of goodies for them! I’d embroider baby blankets, faces on dolls and animals, baby booties, tiny sleepers…. on and on and on!

  • Sunshine said:

    I’m just teaching myself how to embroider, so it would be great to have a stash full of colors to play with.

  • Leah said:

    I’d embellish a pair of jeans with flowers and sunshines!

  • Erica S said:

    just got Jenny’s newsletter announcing the new floss line and have been drooling over them ever since! i’m getting ready to work on one of her tote bags, and these colors would be oh-so-perfect!

  • Hilary Kent said:

    I would use it to make Christmas, wedding and baby gifts to get through the next 2 months

  • Heather said:

    My “craft dungeon” needs some sampler wall art!

  • jamie m said:

    I am so in love with her new flosses and I’ve love to be able to stitch with them!

  • Sasha said:

    I’d use it to embroider all of my mini-embroidery necklaces that I’m giving to friends and family this xmas :)

  • Kennetha Stringer said:

    Holy smokes! I would embroider everything in sight if I won all that floss. Just call me flossy. K

  • Sarah said:

    I am so excited about Jenny Hart’s new floss colors! I would use them to embroider all kinds of holiday gifts for my loved ones… I’m thinking wall hangings, aprons, and flour sack towels! Oh, and handkerchiefs!

  • Holly said:

    I love her work, and it would be so cool to use her floss! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  • Amanda D said:

    What a fantastic line of colors. This would be wonderful to win because I have been wanting to start doing some crafts with embroidery and I do not have any starting floss.

  • Megan said:

    I would make something for my upcoming baby with this floss. Probably some awesome robots or dinosaurs to frame above his bed.

  • Shannon Snyder said:

    I would embroider an anniversary gift for my mom and dad who will celebrate 40 years of marriage. Adeena & George established 1972 with a few symbols of luck and love and an anchor and frame it:)

  • Jessica said:

    I would embroider my daughter’s pants.

  • Wendy Burrow said:

    I am embroidering Jenny’s patterns on dish towels as Christmas presents!!! Feel the love!!

  • Bronwen said:

    I love making little gifties for everyone on my Christmas list. A little stitching makes those long winter nights go by a little faster!

  • Sue G said:

    I’m teaching my 11 year old to embrouder, so I MIGHT share these with her. She’s actually quite good, and likes to draw her own patterns, I think I’d do one of hers!

  • Morgan said:

    So many of my friends are getting married. What is better than hand embroidered gifts using this lovely floss?

  • Katie said:

    Christmas gifts!

  • Kathryn said:

    What couldn’t I do? My first idea, however, is a french knot piece I’ve had pinned for a while. SO MANY COLORS. It would be awesome! I’d love to add these to my floss collection.

  • liliana said:

    i am making a series of t-shirts for my 6 baby cousins honoring their mimi and pop-pop and i would LOVE to use jenny’s new floss!

  • Linda said:

    I would embroider my new “the big bang theory” – crossstitch patterns and give them away for christmas to my nerd friends. Fun!

  • Woobin Lee said:

    Ooh what would i want to embroider?!! Basically everything!! But in the meantime, I want to make a welcoming sign for my new roomates. It’s been a month since the four of started living together but our home is still so empty:'( a framework done in embroidery would make this place a more home sweet home!

  • Carol Sorensen said:

    I am embroidering a series of pillows based on things my 10 yr old has said at various times in his life, such as : “Probably isn’t good enough!”, “I hate participating” and “Being a hipster means you don’t deserve love.”

  • Amanda Christensen said:

    Pillow Cases! I love Jenny Hart and Sublime Stitching. She’s an Austin gal and so am I. I have a ton of her patterns, but none of her floss. Thanks for the chance to win some!

  • reina said:

    Stupendiflossous!!!!!!! Congratulations on all of your hard earned accolades and achievements Ms. Hart!!!!!!

  • Tara P. said:

    This is so exciting! I’m totally in love with this line and have lots of plans for it! I’ve got some of Jenny’s patterns to stitch up. :)

  • Bre said:

    I have so so many sublime stitching patterns waiting to be stitched now! These would be great for some gifts I wanna make: sugar skull hanky, some cute altered shirts, and of course the shy boy shy girl pillows!!

    Bnpadilla @ gmail . Com

  • Amy said:

    I think holiday dish towels will be my next project.

  • Candi DAvis said:

    Working on a quilt of family pictures for my mom. Embellishing the photos with embroidery the way Jenny does in her book…

  • Tai said:

    Those are lovely! I’d love to have them for working on things for my girlies.

  • Jenna Z said:

    Pillowcases for my husband and I! How cute!

  • Dawna said:

    Hi there! I would embroider some cocktail napkins with the Tiki Freak patterns for my best friend’s bar; maybe some sleepy time pillowcases for my niece using the Kurt Halsey designs; perhaps a vintage tea towel or two could benefit from some Gothic Grandeur; and I would definitely need to embellish my new shower curtain with some sexy Pinup Girls!!! Good luck everybody!

  • Colleen said:

    I’d make birthday presents for friends :)

  • Jessica A said:

    These would be great for the projects I’m starting for Christmas gifts!

  • dar said:

    My god…what wouldn’t i embroider with this! So many projects in the works!

  • Irene A said:

    I would totally use them to embroidery new napkins for my table and to decorate my toddler’s clothes!

  • Peggy said:

    I have the Sublime Stitching Owlbert tote bag just waiting for this floss! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Tori said:

    This would be great for homemade Christmas presents. Now what to make…

  • Amanda said:

    I looked through Jenny’s free patterns and I want to do the owl for my 13 year old. So cute, and I love the cute names and little phrases.

  • Amy said:

    I want to win so badly! All these are just gorgeous!

  • Mary said:

    I would love to explore these new flosses. The colors are beautiful. Please include me in the drawing for a free set.


  • Kimberly said:

    I saw Jenny’s announcement and just love these colors. I would provide a loving and good home for them…

  • Jill said:

    I would stitch some cute designs on the pockets of some home made trackies!

  • Molly Purkey said:

    I love these colors! I’ve been keeping track of Sublime Stitching since it started and love the sense of humor. :) I can’t tell you exactly what I would embroider with this, but I know it would be awesome!

  • Anne Goch said:

    FLOSS!!!!! Oops, excuse my drool lol. OMG, I can’t believe all that floss and such BEAUTIFUL COLORS!!!! I am a big time xstitcher and embroider. I have a cedar chest full of future projects just waiting for me to finish my current xstitch pillow cases for my cousin’s lil girl.

    This is a great giveaway!! Good luck to everyone :)

  • Kim Hicks said:

    If I win the sublime floss I would probably embroider a great big cushion for my living room :)

  • Elsa said:

    Ive been doing lots of embroidery lately and would love these wonderful colors! There are so many wonderful patterns right now. I’d definitely do something from Jenny’s patterns!
    Thanks so much for the generous give away!

  • Alex Gildner said:

    Christmas gifts! Also I’d spruce up my sun dresses with Jenny’s wonderful designs(I have 2 of her books!)

  • Carla Hubbars said:

    I just bought 2 of Jenny’s books and would use the beautiful floss to do my first project…:)

  • Karen said:

    If I am the lucky winner I will use these gorgeous colors to to embroider pillow cases, napkins, coasters, etc, using my wide assortment of Sublime Stitching designs.

  • Bethany said:

    Oh, so excited about these. So many projects… so little floss!

  • Cyndi said:

    These are so stichin’ awesome!!! They would be the perfect way to embroider my sister’s wedding pillow :)

  • Jennifer said:

    i would embroidery sublime stitching baby patterns for all my pregnant friends and loved ones.

  • Margaret said:

    I love Jenny’s patterns–I’d probably use the floss on one of her lovely Chinatown designs!

  • Jessica Thiessen said:

    I would embroider onsies for our first little babe due in March!

  • Coy said:

    I have some Christmas presents to finish and this floss would come in handy. I would stitch up a storm with these colors!

  • amelia said:

    I’ve just started embroidering pillowcases for our family Christmas presents and these would be perfect. Thanks so much for a wonderful giveaway!

  • Joan said:

    Love the colors and the palettes – but the fun names are the icing on the cake. Er, the French knots on the apron. Or something. :-)

  • Amy said:

    My daughter just turned one and I wanted to stitch up a page with pictures and keepsakes from her first year and put words and decorations around it for her. I was thinking I could do this yearly and put it in an album- excited for when she’s older and can help!

  • mary said:

    Man oh man, I have been drooling over these since they were released! Thank you both for such a boss giveaway :D

  • Joanne said:

    OOOOHHH! When I saw her colors I was hoping SOMEONE would have a give away…It would be so cool to win all of them!!!

  • Emily R. said:

    I saw an embroidered T-shirt tutorial the other day, so I’d love to get to work on that!

  • Sharon Carbine said:

    I love Jenny Hart’s new Sublime Floss. If I win it, I will use it to decorated outfits for my two beautiful great-nieces. They are two & two months.

  • Erica said:

    So excited for these! I love Jenny and all of the wonderful embroideru products she has put out <3

  • ambjer said:

    i plan to purchase the Erin paisley patterns from the Sublime Stitching website, so i would use the floss to embroider those!!
    thanks for the chance to win!

    ambjer (at) gmail (dot) com

  • Rebekah said:

    It would be great to embroider things for my new niece!

  • Amy said:

    I just recently started embroidering again, probably inspired by Pinterest and am soooo happy with these colors!

  • Sarah said:

    Those color combos are great! I love flowerbox

  • Maira Haight said:

    I would embroider the Sublime Stitching Dia de los Muertos patterns!

  • nancy said:

    What a great giveaway! If I win, I’ll be using this for Christmas presents!

  • Danica said:

    I would get cracking on those tea towels that I keep meaning to get done for people’s birthdays… then people’s Xmas presents… then birthdays… yeah I’m a serial procrastinator. :/

  • Linda J said:

    Love all the beautiful colors. I would love to work on some fun dishtowel patterns.

  • katie presley said:

    I’m an ordained minister, and I would embroider small hoops with rainbow art for my LGBTQ clients!

  • Martina said:

    Oh, the possibilities are neverending, but I would start with the snowmenstitcheries I want to do for a quilt.

  • Elysia said:

    I’d like to do a nice good old sampler.

    From Warhammer 40k. I am not going to lie to anyone. I’ve been thinking about it for a while and it’d be great. Little skulls holding ribbons, eagles all over the joint, fancy blackwork and IN THE GRIM DARK FUTURE, THERE IS ONLY WAR.

  • jessie said:

    I recently bought a whole bunch of Sublime Stitching patterns, so I would have to choose one of those to embroider!

  • Laura Fries said:

    So pretty! I would try and make pretty presents for friends and family. Woot woot!

  • Leah said:

    I love sublime stitching! can’t wait to try these!

  • Erin said:

    I would love to use these for all my new projects! They are fantastic!

  • jonquil said:

    I was so excited so see this line released! The colours & names are wonderful. I would embroider some Halloween designs on the toppers for my bedroom curtains. Also, some lovely paisley print designs on pillowcases :)

  • Raquel said:

    WOW! The whole line – what a treat – just in time for Halloween – hope it’s me

  • Jenny Nit said:

    I am a HUGE fan of all things Sublime Stitching and would create a project in honor and thank you to Sublime Stitching and Jenny Hart for bringing me SO much joy in my favorite hobby. :)

  • Sue SG said:

    I would use it on the stitchy xmas pressies I am making! Thanks so much!

  • AmyKatie said:

    I will teach my students to embroider Christmas ornaments with it! (We already planned a couple of afterschool stitchcraft lessons. It’s gonna rock!)

  • Shaina Wright said:

    What would I not embroider with all those beautiful colors. I would go crazy with those colors and their adorable names.

  • michelle said:

    My WORD. These are the most gorgeous colors. I would stitch up a fantastic unicorn with them!

  • Danette said:

    I would embroider owls, and fruit with faces, and internal organs. :D

  • Jamie B said:

    Geeky stuff, and lots of it……

  • Adrienne said:

    What lovely floss, and so like Jenny to keep them fresh and lively!

  • Esperanza said:

    I have some pillowcases that are waiting to be soaked in this thread…

    Also, I want to save all the wrappers, Jenny’s details are ace.

  • Liz said:

    I have lots of projects up my sleeve but first I would embroider some pillowcases just like my great grandmother had when I was little.

  • Joanne Powderly said:

    Fabulous Floss for fabulous embroidery patterns! i LOVE Sublime Stitches <3

  • Sandy Todd said:

    WooHoo Jenny Hart! I’m sooo proud of her! I’m a quiltmaker and love to incorporate hand embroidery onto my whole cloth quilts…that’s one thing I’d do with this awesome floss. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Amy C-S said:

    I just love Sublime Stitching and would absolutely be thrilled to have the entire collect of their floss! I am working on holiday presents right now, so the timing is perfect. The 80s colors would work perfectly with some hair metal dish towels I want to start soon.

  • Ashley Sager said:

    Love her! Been buying her patterns for a few years now. I would embroider some gifts for xmas.

  • Susan Mullen said:

    I would love to make one of the “bunting samplers”. The flosses look beautiful and I’d be so happy to win some!

  • Krista said:

    I love the names of these! I can’t wait to try them. I’m planning on embroidering the floor plans or schematic drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright homes. Favorite architect + my favorite hobby = love!

  • Becky said:

    I have baby shower gifts to make, these colors would be scrumptious on a baby onesie.

  • Leah said:

    goodness, what wouldn’t I embroider with this!?! I’m dying to try it.

  • Ali said:

    Working on a baby gift and would love some new floss! I love sublime!

  • Kellie said:

    I would love to win these!!!

  • Lori Hansen said:

    Can’t wait to stitch a tote in these fab colors!

  • Angelina said:

    I’m thinking of embroidering blocks for a quilt!

  • Christine said:

    I would love to try out these new flosses to work on some xmas projects I got lined up!

  • Brittany said:

    OBSESSED!!! I would embroider a dachsund/50s themed pillow case for my Mother-in-Law!

  • Kim said:

    These will be perfect for the Christmas gifts I’m making for all my family members!

  • Julie said:

    Im working on a mermaid scene for my god daughter. This colour palette would be fantastic.
    Thank you

  • Trudi said:

    What an incredible giveaway! I am new to stitching, and this would make my stash of threads the envy of my friends. I could work my way through a book of beginner lessons I own!

  • Melissa said:

    I would be really interested in embroidering a bunch of mustachioed figures for all of my friends with this beautiful floss!

  • Erin said:

    Towels, lots and lots of pretty tea towels!

  • Sam said:

    I’m so excited to try this floss! The palettes are nicely composed and will work awesome with Jenny’s patterns.

  • Rekha said:

    I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with the floss, so I read these comments to get ideas! I like the embellish Christmas presents suggestion.

  • Camille said:

    Love the designs on Sublime Stitching and I’m so excited there’s floss to go with it!

  • Annie said:

    Love these colors! I want to doodle on every tea towel I own with them.

  • Emily McLaughlin said:

    I would have fun trying one of the Sublime Stitching patterns which are so rad! I would also make bridesmaids gifts.

  • Nina Dahan said:

    Love love love Jenny- love her colors, love her taste, love her style, love her humor, love her blog, love her kits. Did I mention I love?!?

  • Sandy Chidester said:

    These are just so pretty. Even the names are inspiring. I would be embroidering a table runner with grapes.

  • Candace said:

    I’d love to stitch up a bunch of small designs to put up on my wall in the Parlor color scheme :)

  • Kim said:

    I have never ever won anything so this would be a first!!! I would use the floss to create items for a fundraising charity event. Thank you!!!

  • Tania Rose said:

    With this floss I want to decorate my moccasins I am sewing together! These colors will make them look young, but still keeping a traditional feeling to it! Once I’m finished with these, I would make some jewelry and sew some beautiful motives on them with the floss!

  • Janet Wieczorek said:

    I would so love to win this collection. I would stitch and embroider my trademark small, giftable treasures made from my merino wool felt : )

    I’m already swooning. If I were to win, I might faint dead away…

  • Cheryl said:

    These colours are beautiful, I would really like to win.

  • Leah Bresina said:

    I would use them with my Jenny Hart patterns. I would embroider Vital Organs, I Luv Veggies or one oher patterns on a variety of textiles. Just in time for presents for the holidays

  • Karen Donahue said:

    I would make my 8 year old a Christmas gift….maybe a wall hanging. Just today she said that is what she’d like for Christmas… a stitched gift from mom!

  • Michael said:

    I admire Jenny’s work so much. I would love to use her line and pretend to be her while doing so.

  • Perla Meador said:

    Wow such great colors! I have a few sublime stitching patterns I would love to use such as Pin ups and woodland friends!

  • Maureen S said:

    I would embroider some fancy Christmas ornaments.

  • Rose said:

    I would use these colors to finish the wedding embroidery I’m making for my recently wedded cousin. And for Christmas gifts!

  • Jenny Wallace said:

    I would use this new floss on one of my samplers. This looks like a great floss.

  • Jennifer said:

    I would love to win this! I am a huge fan of Sublime Stitching and would embroider wedding presents, christmas presents and an anniversary present with the floss. Pick me pick me!!

  • Cindy said:

    I’d mist likely use the floss on my Dia de los Muertos project.

  • kelly said:

    These new flosses are so beautiful. I can’t wait to work with them!!!

  • valeriep said:

    I love Jenny H! Her wonderful patterns, supplies and now flosses!! I would use them to make Christmas gifts!

  • Anne said:

    I’ve been embroidering up a storm doing eyes and embellishments on a big plush toy this month, and looking forward to doing a lot more (bought a shirt that’s getting some embellishing this weekend!), but woe is me, I bought all my usual DMC floss at the craft store, not knowing that these were coming! They’re so beautiful… I would love to work with them!

  • Nathalie said:

    These are sooo exciting, I cannot wait to try these fabulous colours out!

  • Nicole said:

    Jenny has some great patterns. Love the floss. I’m a beginner embroider but I love it!

  • Michelle said:

    I would embroider towels! I think I have bought every pattern that she has sold since I have Started embroidering, which was a year ago. I have lots and lots of patterns that I have never even opened yet! I love embroidering towels and giving them to my friends and family. I absolutely love the new floss collection she has!!!!

  • Jane said:

    Oh, my, just looking at those colors is grand – I can’t how grand it would be to win them!! I love everything embroidery – and I agree with you about Jenny.

    Thank you for allowing me the chance.

  • Katie T said:

    I’d use them to work on the set of profound song lines I’ve been embroidering!

  • Colette said:

    I would love to try out these new floss palettes! I would use them to embroider an apron for my doll to wear while crafting.

  • Becky said:

    Yay for Sublime Stitching Floss!!! Love her patterns and can’t wait to try her pretty colored flosses!

  • Karen Chartier said:

    everything! I have so many projects on deck just waiting for the right floss!

  • kristin said:

    i’ve been meaning to do some sort of “welcome to our home” sampler to put on the wall when you walk in our apartment, these colors would be perfect!

  • Lizbet said:

    I have some Christmas presents I’m currently stitching that could use some colors like those…they’re gorgeous!

  • Heather said:

    Oh this is perfect, perfect, perfect! I just placed my first order for crafty supplies to take up some cool mod embroidery as my new hobby. I was going to wait to get the floss locally so I could pick out some really good colours…well these are delicious!! I must have them!

  • SewDucky said:

    Since I am just learning, I can’t tell you what I would do. Probably something zombie, however.

  • Sarah said:

    I would love to do some cute animals, maybe some deer. Or some sailing themed stuff!

  • RetroSandie said:

    OH MY!! The whole new set??!! First I think I would open the packages, take in all of the lovely colors … SUCH a rainbow!! Check out all of the names of each color, and then read all of the funny sayings on each one. And THEN, maybe, I would think of some embroidering to do with them!!! Thanks for this chance.

  • Amy said:

    I’m planning on embroidering some Christmas ornaments.

  • Melissa said:

    I would use the floss on some pillowcases I’m embroidering and maybe some tea towels! I’ve loved Jenny for years! She’s a unique voice in the needlework world. I was so excited to see her new line of floss!

  • Suztats said:

    I’d so love to win this giveaway of sublime floss! I am working on several CQ blocks, and this floss would be put to good use with my embroidery. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  • Niko Galvez said:

    I would make baby clothes. I love Jenny’s patterns

  • Debra said:

    These are so lovely! I would love to use these new threads for bibs for my new grandchild!

  • Janelle said:

    I’ve been wanting to embroider portraits of my girlfriend’s mom’s four dogs for her Christmas gift and I can totally see all the colors I’d want in those palettes. I’ve been following Sublime Stitching for ages. So happy for Jenny!

  • Natalie said:

    I love the colors! I have about 3 or 4 embroidery projects at the moment I am working on and I’d love to try these! Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Rachelle said:

    So pretty! I just learned to embroider, and I would love to win!

  • Amanda said:

    I would embark on a frenzy of embroidered gifts for friends and family! ;)

  • Judy McGarry said:

    I would use the floss to work on the patterns I have from Jenny that include shoes and purses. This is exciting.

  • Janice said:

    What a fabulous collection, I would looooooooove it!!

  • Suzie said:

    I would make a million things! His and hers pillowcases for me and my guy, and cute doggie beds for both our pups!

  • cindy said:

    I would use it to embroider a memorial for my dad.

  • Margaret said:

    I’m anxious to start stitching for Christmas, so I would stitch a Christmas ornament or related design. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Anna said:

    I would embroider christmas presents! I’m thinking pillow slip-covers.

  • Lauren VC said:

    Love all the colors!!

  • Lisa F said:

    I absolutely LOVE the names on Jenny’s floss’s. Love her shop and so happy that she developed her own line!

  • Mary said:

    I believe that I would create and embroider a bib style necklace. Thank you so very much for giving us the chance to win this!!! ;o)

  • Nadine said:

    I have some ideas to embroider some of Jenny’s wonderful Day Of The Dead patterns on some of my jeans and I may even try t-shirt embroidery now that I know how to do it properly!

  • Dani said:

    i would love to try these on a sampler piece for my pops for christmas!

  • Denise M. said:

    Wow, the colors are so pretty! I love them! Embroidery is one of my favorite hobbies and this floss would be an awesome addition.

  • Emily said:

    I want to embroider a pillow case for my mom – in honor of all the ones my great-grandma made. Mine will be a bit more “sublime” though :)

  • Debbie said:

    I love every single color…My first project would be tea towels.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Katie said:

    I want to make a set of embroidered napkins for my mom for Christmas so that’s what I would make!

  • Emily K. said:

    I actually don’t know how to embroider, but I could use this thread to make some lovely bracelets! Thank you for the giveaway!

  • rosalind berthelot said:

    The colors are beautiful and the labels are so clever.

  • Laura Grant said:

    I would love to make a slew of gifts this Christmas using the candy hues of Jenny’s new floss! I am thinking ironic hipster sachets with lavender…Mmmm…

  • Colleen said:

    I would definitely embroider a pair of pillowcases for a Christmas gift for my daughter! Thanks for the opportunity!!

  • Amie said:

    I’ve been longing to stitch a whole bunch of Sublime Stitching’s patterns. I have a huge wishlist! But I’ve been kinda longing to design my own pattern and I think it would be fantastic to do one around the palettes!

  • Adrian said:

    I have a handful of projects that I’m wanting to complete right now as Christmas gifts. Pillows, pillowcases, and some knitted/embroidered projects. So excited about Jenny’s new line! I <3 Sublime Stitching!

  • Ginger said:

    I would make some dish towels for Christmas gifts.

  • Christine said:

    I would use the beautiful new floss on a Day of the Dead memorial piece honoring my mom.

  • BeckyKay said:

    oooh! I’d love to get my hands on this floss!!

  • Sandy W. said:

    I have a lovely new floral wreath pattern with a centered monogram that I am itching to use Jenny’s new flosses on.

  • Tammy said:

    Oh, there’s a “Give Thanks” embroidery I’ve been eyeing lately, that’s something I’d do if I won this floss! Thanks for the chance!

  • Marie said:

    I LOVE SUBLIME STITCHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Hilary said:

    I would embroider Jenny’s unicorn designs. Thank you!

  • kim miller said:

    Oh what pretty colors! I can just imagine all the neat things I could make with those…

  • Heather said:

    I am designing an embroidered duvet cover with lots of pictures and my favorite fortune cookie sayings… this would be fabulous for it!!

  • Tiffany Pendeegrass said:

    I would embroider some presents I have in mind for Christmas!

  • stephanie said:

    i’d embroider a nursery hoop!

  • Dori said:

    Oh how I would love to win that floss. Jenny is so awesome!

  • Jen K. said:

    I have a bunch of Jenny’s patterns just waiting to be stitched.

  • Stephanie said:

    I would totally rock out the Moutache Sampler!

  • Avia said:

    I would love to use these for some custom aprons I’m planning on making.

  • jessicac said:

    I have been enamored by foxes lately… or maybe a frog? ;)

  • Denniele said:

    I would actually start on the series in the Vignette magazine instead of just drooling over it! LOL

  • Amanda said:

    I can tell already that this floss is going to be the answer to my stitching prayers!

  • Toni said:

    I love everything about this floss!

  • Colleen said:

    There is this sweet pattern of a Momma tucking her child into bed from SarahJane’sstudio in the current “Make it yourself” mag. So heart-warming!

  • Aimee Wyatt said:

    I have EVERY Sublime Stitching pattern, so it only follows that I should have Every color of Sublime Stitching floss to work with. I think I’ll start with the free mustache patterns…

  • Carrie said:

    I have a stack of tea towels and some hankies that could be turned into fabulous Christmas gifts with this very cool floss. Or maybe some rock ‘n roll pirate/skull themed onesies for my brand new nephew…. or for my niece…. so many possibilities!

  • Caroline said:

    I love every color & I can’t wait to try them!!!

  • Caroline said:

    I would finish my sublime stitching tote bags.

  • Carrie said:

    Thanks for the great giveaway! I recently stocked up on some of Jenny’s awesome patterns, I can’t wait to embroider a bunch of pillow cases for christmas gifts!

  • Jolyn Stephens said:

    Love the blended colors.

  • Alexandrea M said:

    I’m working on some texty embroideries that I want to do a lot of little flowers around, her line would be perfect for that, thank you so much for the giveaway!

  • Elaine Mcd said:

    I am totally addicted to embroidery floss. Yes, I just admitted that to the whole world…lol

  • Janet Pierce said:

    I just love these colors, and the names she picked out for them. They fit so well. Love the cute sayings on them too, and would love to win them. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Lynne said:

    What an amazing giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Mindy said:

    I’ve been working on dish towels and pillowcases lately, but I’m itching to try my hand at an art quilt.

  • lee said:

    I would first make a cute woodsy owl for my niece I have been wanting to stitch! thanks!

  • Delight said:

    Its must be sooo exciting for you to have your own line of beautiful floss. My Congrats to you Jenny!! Thank you for having the giveaways, such fun it would be to win!!

  • Jessica J said:

    I would embroider a blanket for my husband and our future baby. All of those colors are beautiful!

  • Kathy said:

    I would love to make new pillowcases for the kiddos!

  • vanessa said:

    I’ve been into embroidering small designs to make into buttons with button kits I get.

  • Hillary said:

    I would use the floss to make bracelets and embroider some of Jenny’s cute Kokeshi doll patterns (http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/patterns-all-mix/products/kokeshi-dolls-embroidery-patterns). Thank you, Heather, for doing this giveaway.

  • Vicki Canman said:

    Right now I would use them on several projects I am doing for my 6 year old little girl. We have unicorns, cats, a fairy. She keeps me busy lol . I fell in love with the Floss as soon as I saw Jenny’s post yesterday.

  • Shelley said:

    I have several Sublime Stitching patterns I haven’t tried out yet…

  • stephanie said:

    An entire kit!?! Insane! can’t wait to try some!

  • Nancy B said:

    I would use it to smock some dresses for my daughter.

  • lynaeve said:

    I love to embroider and I hope I win. I would work on some handkerchiefs I’m making for my grandma for christmas.

  • Tina S said:

    I’d love to stitch a Happy Sampler with this floss. I like the high sheen and the delicate colors along with the bolder shades. This is a great collection.

  • Kristi said:

    I would embroider some dishtowels for the holidays ahead. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  • Peggy said:

    I have, I think, every single one of Jenny’s pattern packs. So I would embroider more of those!

  • WireGryphon said:

    Oh all the beautiful Christmas ornaments I could make with these flosses!

  • Emily Anderson said:

    Congratulations to Jenny!!! I am so happy for her! I hope she continues fulfilling her dreams so we can continue stitching ours!!!

  • Danielle said:

    I would embroider some projects for my best friend’s little boy (who just turned one year old). She’s always doing crafty things for me, and her son is adorable. :)

  • Amy LaMasters said:

    I have a tea towel waiting to be embroidered with Sublime Floss!

  • Michelle Olsen said:

    I love Sublime Stitching – I actually learned to embroider from Jenny Hart’s books, so I’d love to win her floss – I bet it’s wonderful! I would embroider owls to frame and hang in my craft room.

  • MelodyJ said:

    I would like to embroider a skirt.


  • Debora said:

    I want to take up embroidery again after a 35 year break (life got in the way). Hoping it’s like riding a bike – with obviously less brusing after falls. I’d love to make Christmas gifts for everyone this year using Sublime Floss!

  • Heather Wise said:

    A portrait of my rabbits, it will be very regal, just like them.

    Cheers! Thanks for the exciting contest!

  • Debora said:

    I’d like to design and embroider a Sampler using everyone of the colors….cool!

  • Lamont said:

    I’d make special gifts for my brand new niece and my very first grandbaby!!!

  • Laura W. said:

    I love Jennie Hart! She’s one of my crafting heroes :)

    I would embroider one of the cute patterns from sublime stitching for some pillowcases. I’m trying to collect them all ;)

  • Rosalie Gale said:

    I would embroider some thrifted pillow cases with this stunning thread. Can wait!

  • Joy said:

    How lovely and generous you are!
    Thank you, joy

  • Maude Lambert said:

    I would also use it to make beautiful bracelets! Gorgeous colors…

  • Frances Gunther said:

    This floss set is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

  • Laurie Lanes said:

    I would use this floss to embroider some patterns I purchased from Sublime Stitching. I want to make some pillowcases, dish towels & aprons using Beefcake Beach patterns for a male friend & Roller Derby patterns for a niece who does actually skate on a derby team. I am so excited to start embroidering again!

  • Ginger Lee said:

    I’m currently contemplating a sweet old school tattoo style ship to cover up a former employers logo on a super sweet jacket. Whoa Dang! :)

  • Anna said:

    I would embroider an homage to kittens playing electric guitars on my leg warmers!

  • Nicole said:

    Jenny is such a rad lady, and I’m itching to give her floss a try!

  • Megan said:

    I would finally start some of my Sublime Stitching templates I have! I would use them on Beefcake Beach for sure!

  • queencatlady said:

    I would be in the total glory of Sublime Stitching heaven if I won this! Thank you so much, this is a most generous giveaway. Paws crossed!

  • Bethie said:

    I would adore to win this set, I’m also a huge Jenny Hart fan. Thank You for the fabulous and generous giveaway!

  • Monica Fullerton said:

    I would love to add this to my floss stash!

  • Michele said:

    I would soooo love these!

  • KT said:

    I just started working on a Jenny Hart inspired project– lots of different themes embroidered in hoops of different sizes and shapes, which are all going to go up in an arrangement on my living room wall. I cannot WAIT to get my mitts on some of this gorgeous floss!

  • Clare said:

    I would use them to embroider the new designs I am currently making. The colours would fit really well.

  • Rhona Norrie said:

    Fantastic names for some delicious colours – loving them! I’d be doing even more cross stitch with these.

  • Emily f. said:

    Im coming over here from sublimes website. Would love to win, especially because im just getting into embroidery.

  • Solange said:

    I LOVE FLOSS. I embroider cocktail napkins and tea towels for all my friends. Sometimes even a pillow or two. Would love to try out the new floss.

  • Cathy Love said:

    I would embroider, as (almost) always, cute fuzzy animals.

  • Tammy Marie said:

    These colors are just like candy, so maybe a design with a big jumble of goodies.

  • Denise Aboushoushah said:

    I have a quilt of teddy bears that I want to stitch and I think this would be prefect

  • Ali H said:

    The colors are awesome! I am starting to work on an apron for my Sisters Dirndl and the colors would just pop!

  • youngmi said:

    i would love a chance to try these out! thanks for the chance to win :)

  • Susan Torrington said:

    This new line of floss is so refreshing!! And the price is perfect!! Thank you Jenny!

  • Denise Oemcke said:

    I love the colors.
    I would use the floss to do one of my famous one-to-one copies of iconic record covers! And the rest I would use to make some pretty ice-cream cone brooches and embroider expletives on pretty girly hankerchiefs!

  • Amanda said:

    What WOULDN’T I embroider is probably an easier place to start :p I’ve been collecting Jenny’s patterns for years! Christmas is coming up, so I’ll probably begin working on embroidered Christmas presents! Yay!

  • M Kaeru said:

    What a wonderful selection! Thanks for giving us this chance!

  • Elizabeth Johnston said:

    I have a stack of cardigans that are itchin’ to get embroidered with the pre-blended colors! The color palettes look awesome!

  • Kim D. said:

    Love the colors and names! I do lots of different crafts, and this line would be great to use with so many of them. Thanks for the chance!

  • Lisa Warner said:

    I’ve been using the sublime patterns sinc they first came out and it’s great to see how her business is flourishing. I think she needs some dark colors called punk rock leather. haha I emboider every day and just posted a pillow I finished on sublime’s facebook page. Go sublime stitching!!!

  • Wendy said:

    The colors are all so lovely! If I were to win this floss I would use it to embroider holiday gifts for my co-workers!

  • Kristen Souvorin said:

    Jenny IS just the best! And so are you for promoting her and helpin’ a sistah out!

  • Bubbles said:

    Oh, man! Jenny’s stuff is so AWESOME. I would *flip* if I won!

  • Jen said:

    I just loooooove these colors and the imagination / creativity that Jenny put into creating them. Very thoughtful.

  • Jessica said:

    I would love to make friendship braclets with this floss. I think it would be a lot of fun.

  • anne said:

    I have a number of Jenny’s embroidery patterns and I would love to use some to embellish some of my boring t-shirts.

  • Debbie said:

    Oh my! What lovely colors! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  • Brittany said:

    Oooooo I wanna win this sooo badly… But I would def. embroider that mustache one, and any and everything I come across! :D

  • Margo said:

    I would embroider some onesies for my baby boy!

  • Pam said:

    I just turned by shed into a STUDIO. Working on a sign – it would be fun to embroider rather than paint one. Inspiring colors and names for this new floss line. Hope to win. Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Autumn said:

    I’d embroider one of Jenny’s patterns, of course!

  • Kim M said:

    I LOVE these new colors & that they are from Jenny Hart! She has done so much to make embroidery fun -and cool- again. Like many others, I would use them to make some Christmas presents(but that’s a secret-shh). Thanks for a chance to win!

  • Farah R said:

    I love the colors. I hope I win! I’m working on a Texas project right now.

  • Kerrie said:

    I have so many things I would like to embroider! First things would be pillowcases and a purse for myself since I always end up giving away what I make. :)

  • Laura said:

    I LOVE SUBLIME STITCHING! And I’ll need some more floss when my baby comes, you know, to embroider super awesome trendy clothes for my little girl to wear (because Sublime Stitching has the best patterns ever!!!)

  • Jessica said:

    The color palettes are beautiful and the names so fun! Can’t wait to try them out!

  • Laura B said:

    I’d get busy on embroidering the blouse I just made for a little girl’s Christmas gift – I think it’s crying out for some flowers or feathers or something sweet.

  • J said:

    Love it. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!

  • Lena said:

    The first thing I would embroider with Sublime Floss would definitely be a portrait (using the portrait colors, of course).

  • Courtney said:

    My boyfriend and I just moved in together, and these are the PERFECT colors for our new home. Oh what wouldn’t I embroider? Pillow cases, tea towels,sheets, shirts, sweatshirts, his name into the band of his underwear… the possibilities are endless and now my mind is racing!

  • Lyn said:

    The colors are so great and the mingles are just awesome <3
    I woud use them to stitch on two handbags i'm making for me and my best friend.

  • Jane said:

    BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for the chance to win.

  • PurpleCallaLeah said:

    I love Sublime Stitching! I have so many of her patterns already and I would love to use her floss on them!

  • Bethany Lankin said:

    I would love to win this floss so I can embroider Biggie and Tupac on the back of my jacket.

  • Cerise said:

    I would embroider a Dallas (The city…not the show) themed pillow for my sister.

  • Rita said:

    I love to personalize dish towels and pillowcases for friends and family. I have a large computer file of patterns just waiting to be stitched up!

  • Brittany said:

    I would embroidery all my christmas presents this year!

  • PeggyAnn said:

    What great colors! What fun names! Thanks for a chance to win.

  • Lynn Williams said:

    Oh wow, I would LOVE to win Jenny’s new thread! I have several of her patterns just waiting to be stitched with this new thread. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Lynn :)

  • Lucy @ Charm About You said:

    I would embroider everything I could!! Love Sublime Stitching patterns :)

  • trishket said:

    I love the colorways. Perfect!

  • trishket said:

    I haven’t embroidered in forever. I think I might use these for jewelry, since the colors are already perfectly coordinated.

  • Julie said:

    I order from Sublime Stitching all the time. Love it! This new floss would be so great for the pillows I’m planning to make for sister-in-law and her husband for their anniversary.

  • Chandice said:

    Thank you so much for the chance to win Jenny Hart’s beautiful floss’s.
    I have so many patterns I can use her floss for..christmas, thansgiving, etc….. thank you, thank you, thank you!!! <3

  • Kittenears said:

    how wonderful! I have a new baby coming soon… what wouldn’t I embroider?! :D

  • Chelsea said:

    I’ve started working on translating my own drawings into embroidery patterns, beginning with my creatures. :) I’d probably start working on some quotes or some of my other artwork! https://www.etsy.com/listing/111495755/hand-embroidered-fire-goblin-creature

  • Robin said:

    I would pick up cross stitching again!! I used to alot before I had my kiddos, but i think too it may inspire me to learn some embroidering or give some to my daughter to make bracelets….oh there’s soooo many things I could do with the floss!!!

  • Lauren said:

    This line is so beautiful, I would get started on my Hobo Kitties pattern as soon as I got the floss! :)

  • Michelle Olson said:

    I love these new colors.

  • Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said:

    I would love to make a Halloween embroidered quilt with some haunted houses, ghosts, witches, and ghouls.

  • Elaine said:

    Wn the entire line! What a gift that would be! I am planning my holiday gifts already and embroidered times are at the top! I would certainly use it! Love Jenny and her products! I saw this thru her email newsletter… Good luck everyone!

  • Aurelia Eglantine said:

    Wow! Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I really love the idea of the colour palettes, and I think I would design a motif sampler around each of the palette types if I won, with the Mingles used as colourful “wood grain” frames ala Jenny’s Mr. Fox! Thanks for the chance to win :)

  • Tricia said:

    I am a huge fan of Jenny’s and Sublime Stitching, so i was super stoked to read about the new floss! They look fab!

  • Gina said:

    A cross stitch project for my daughter–she’s been wanting to learn. She would also love the colors for friendship bracelets.

  • Stormimay said:

    Ooh. Please. My girls and I would loooove these. Thanks for the chance!

  • Emily Hansen said:

    I would absolutely love a chance to win some new thread. I love Sublime Stitching and have been wanting to purchase some of her thread since I heard about it’s availability! Thanks.

  • Julie Cochrane said:

    I would embroider pillowcases for all my (over fifty) nieces and nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. I still have ones that my mother made for me years ago(she’s been deceased for over nineteen years) and I still love them! These are keepsakes I’ll always treasure and I think they would too!

  • Melba of buggalcrafts said:

    Super cool!

  • Sarah Emmons said:

    What WOULDN’T I embroider?? Hmmmm…. some roosters on some tea towels for my best friend, Maria. Some baby animals on a quilt for my baby – have to find a goat – she likes goats, “goats go baaaaaa.” A proper handkerchief for my sister Katie. Let me at that floss…

    Can’t wait. Thank you.

  • Allison L said:

    I love making intricate bracelets with embroidery floss and would love to add to my dwindling color palate.

  • Madison said:

    I would embroider a hat or a shirt ( at the bottom edges for a lace look)

  • Becky said:

    I’m new to embroidery, thanks to sublime, and absolutely love these colors.they really get me excited to start my next project.

  • Heather said:

    Flowers on a new felted bag I just made!

  • louise said:

    These colors are great!My friend made some napkins for her child’s lunchbox. Very cute! I’d try that!

  • Sarahanne said:

    everything! But I recently ordered her dia de los muertos pattern and I’d love to start there!

  • Esther Hall said:

    I loe how vibrant her colors are! If I won I would take the time to make a beautiful Sugar Skull embroidery to celebrate Los Dias de los Muertos!

  • annika said:

    My niece is expecting twins and I am planning to sew and embroider sheets for them. And, of course, embroider on my clothes which I love doing!

  • annika said:

    And samplers, I love samplers!!

  • Jen D said:

    I think I’d start with embroidering little owls on a baby present for a coworker!

  • Veronica said:

    I have plenty of projects started already but I also have plenty of plain pillowcases and napkins (among other things)that need zushing up. I love giving gifts made from the heart and the new floss line seems to be pretty snazzy. Would love the opportunity to work with them to make some thing new.

  • Nadia said:

    I want this so bad !! I want to stitch a geometric pattern on tea towels and start christmas gifts.

  • Kim Monroe said:

    I would make a Christmas ornament using the the whole balloon method with one color and embroider on the ornament with a contrasting color!

  • jamie w said:

    i would use it for sewing some felt crafts ive been wanting to do

  • Tammy C said:

    I’m sorry…I didn’t see the instructions above. I would love to follow in my mother-in-law’s footsteps and learn to embroider…and winning these would be a great start! Thank you!!!

  • Marilize said:

    I would love to work some embroidery into my Xmas gifting this year. My mother did X-stitching for a while, so that will probably my starting point.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and the chance to win.

  • Kaitlin M said:

    I’m planning to do some embroidery on a duvet cover, and I would love to use this floss.

  • Rose said:

    I have a tea towel waiting to come to life :)

  • martha said:

    wow all the colors maybe i could embroidery my mittens..

  • Hope said:

    I’ve wanted to do a Jenny Hart style portrait.

  • erica from dallas said:

    I want to embroider ‘It’s not really lost till your mom can’t find it’ on a pillow

  • Kristal HL said:

    Floss me!

  • KarenElissa said:

    Ohh, I love those bright colors!

  • jane d said:

    Such pretty colors–would sew love to win!

  • Kathy Roberts said:

    Just finished my quilt for my bed and I would use the floss to embroider flowers on the quilt, shams and pillowcases. I would be SUPER excited to win!!

  • maggie smith said:

    i’d make some very funky embroidered tree ornaments for my funky friends!

  • Melissa said:

    I would embroider onesies for my niece and hankerchiefs for my cousin’s wedding and Christmas presents and anything I could think of.

  • Katie K. said:

    I’d use these beautiful colors to stitch matching hand towels for my sisters…and maybe throw in a few old school friendship bracelets too.

  • Amanda B said:

    I would embroider something for my mom’s Christmas present!

  • Kathy said:

    I have been wanting to make some felt Christmas ornaments and I would also use the floss to weave some bracelets. I’m taking a class on a great woven cuff and these wuld be great for my next project.

  • Naomi said:

    holiday gifties!

  • Julie said:

    I am trying to make at least 50% of this year’s holiday gifts – that is what I would do with it.

  • Mary Lauren Randall said:

    Wow. The line looks looks fabulous. I love it.

  • mei said:

    doll clothing with daughter.

  • Patricia said:

    Awsome! I love the colors. I cross-stitch name/date tags for tag-blankets.

  • Sarah said:

    This would go to my 9 year old. She loves embroidering.

  • Carmen said:

    I want to make some hoops for my craft room wall with cute saying.

  • Beth Pickett said:

    I love Jenny’s patterns, so I would use Sublime Floss to get to work on some of them–Dia de los Muertosa and Chinatown to start!

  • Mary O.K. said:

    The colors are exquisite and the names are a delight! What would I do with them? Pull out some of my very old– but cherished!– cross-stitch patterns and teach my daughter the joy of this art. Just some simple patterns, so that ID# matching wouldn’t be needed. I can see hearts and rainbows and little bunnies and….
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Mary O.K.

  • Whitney said:

    Definitely Christmas presents.

  • Marsha said:

    Boy, this makes me drool. We have a teen girl & a tween, both girls (plus two little ones), who are craft obsessed, just like mom and dad. We’ve used hundreds of skeins of floss to make bracelets…. now it’s time to teach the girls to embroider!

  • Sarah Strange said:

    I drew a steampunk heart chest piece tattoo that I REALLY want to stitch up! Would love to use these flosses!!

  • Amy said:

    I have so many great patterns and ideas for Christmas presents this year! Towels, pillows, framed designs, etc. I need all the colors I can get!

  • Tessa said:

    I’d embroider gifts for xmas, and embellish pouches for my meds, stationary etc that i haul around campus. It’d be specially nice to do a botanical for my gardening mom, or use the metallics!

  • Angi Mullis said:

    What awesome colors! OHHHHHHHHH, the jewelry I could make!Pick me pretty please!

  • TAnk said:

    What would I embroider with Jenny Hart’s Sumblime Floss, you ask? EVERYTHING, of course. Okay, maybe not my cats. But everything else.

  • Jenna said:

    I would embroider a tablecloth for my dinning room table using as many sublime stitching patterns as possible.

  • YooperGal said:

    I would love to teach my niece to make macrame bracelets!

  • Amy said:

    Jenny Hart is a real life super hero. Can’t wait to try out her floss.

  • kerri ward said:

    I would stitch Jenny’s Epic Alphabet! I have the pattern and am hoping to get it started in time to be a Christmas present.

  • amber g said:

    Crafty christmas gifts!

  • Natasha j said:

    I would make wooden hoops to hang as gifts

  • shirley said:

    Oh yes, I have quite a few things in mind to do with this…EMBROIDER BABY!!