Thursday, March 25, 2010

Day 11 Giveaway - GrabARoo's

IHAN's 30 Days of Giveaways
Anniversary Celebration
Day 11 Giveaway

I know all the regular readers of the IHAN blog already know about GrabARoo's.  Since I have yet to learn how to get my hi-def video camera to download to my computer, I have to depend on YouTube quite a bit. 

GrabARoo's are the best gloves for quilting, scrapbooking, filing, stocking shelves, bank tellers....and I could go on and on.  I don't feel like I have anything over my hand like other gloves and my rings don't snag the glove either.  I can even type in them...and have because it gets cold here in the kitchen at night :)
So many people have written and asked could they get them in another color because their husbands worked with boxes or paper and their hands are beat up.   Guess who has GrabARoo's in XL Black?  You guessed it, www.IHaveA-Notion.com

This is a photo of a little booty I made for the Roc-lon Multi Purpose Cloth Challenge.  I had little experience with using the satin stitch on my sewing machine.  It was very difficult to keep those little pieces straight.  That is when I stretched my arms and neck, looked forward...and what was hanging on my rack in front of my eyes?  My GrabARoo's, no kidding. 

I found it much easier to guide the fabric and go around curves when wearing GrabARoo's .  Turning corners can be difficult when doing the satin stitch and I was pulling my fabric through the machine and getting spaces in my stitches.  I discovered wearing GrabARoo's  gave me more control and helped me stop pulling on my fabric.  Another very cool thing about GrabARoo's is that there are grippers on both sides of the gloves, top and bottom.  This is great because when you wear down one side, you just flip the gloves over.  It's like having two pair of gloves.

Two very lucky IHAN blog readers are going to win a pair of GrabARoo's.  All you have to do is leave a comment telling me why you want to win them and/or what other uses you can think of for these fantastic gloves.

For extra entries, e-mail a photo of you with your GrabARoo's to IWantToWinAtIHAN@yahoo.com

Smiles,
Kelly

137 comments:

  1. oooh, count me in! if it's good enough for your UPS guy, it's a great choice for me... I could use a set for the RV sewing studio.

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  2. A couple months ago while stippling, I managed to stitch through my left index finger... twice.. through the bone twice.. before the needle broke off.. in my finger. I feel like anything that might give me more control would definitely be a step in the right direction :)

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  3. Those gloves would have come in handy while machine quilting my Make Do Memories Quilt that I posted about today! I've been saying I need to get something like these gloves, and one of those Teflon mats for machine quilting...one of these days!

    MGM

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  4. Happy First Birthday from Wellsboro Pennsylvania!

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  5. I am just learning to machine. I have read where some quilters don't use gloves at all, but I am thinking I would prefer it and I have heard these are the best.

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  6. i want to win to try them out, i don't have any quilting gloves..

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  7. Love those gloves...please count me in.

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  8. I have always wanted to try a pair of these gloves for when I am machine quilting. Thanks for a chance to win some!

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  9. Gosh, I have not even seen these......but then I am not a big shopper. I do have gloves and they are a must for much of what I do on the machine. Help with sore joints etc.

    Please count me in!

    Thanks,

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  10. These are also awesome for putting on antiembolitic stockings (TED). My mom is a paraplegic and we use them all the time to put her stockings on her.

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  11. You sold me on these when you said you could type in these! I have some quilting gloves and hate that I have to put on and take off depending on what I am trying to do! It would be so much easier to just keep them on the entire time!

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  12. This is the prize I hope to win most in black extra large for my husband! I talked to you about them before but he's waiting for his old gloves to wear out before ordering them, silly man! He's a salseman and his hands take a beating each day.

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  13. I could sure put a pair of these to good use, I have been trying all kinds of gloves in the sewing room and just haven't found a pair I liked.

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  14. Every time I've struggled with guilting smoothly, stopping to readjust my hands, I've thought about getting gloves, these look perfect.

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  15. Well you have said so much good about them I would love to try them! I use gardening gloves to machine but if these would work for typing then maybe other things as well.
    My arthritis makes some of the simple things hard to do and good grippers would surly help me thinks!
    Lola

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  16. Definitely count me in. I think the reason I don't free-motion quilt much is that I wind up using rubber kitchen gloves to help me get a grip (!) on my work. Talk about uncomfortable! GrabARoos seem like a MUCH better alternative!

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  17. I'd love to win these gloves because they would come in handy when I'm quilting. I need all the control I can get. I could see using them at work when I'm doing filing too.

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  18. I would like to try these. I am interested to see how long they last, b/c I usually wear the fingertips out quite quickly.

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  19. Those may just be what I need for my arthritic hands. Perhaps they would help me be able to grip and pull better.

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  20. Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome prize. Control in machine quilting is so critical and I think GrabARoos would make your results so much more successful. I would use them for my precise piecing also.

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  21. I am truly loving your site. I am really new to the quilting and sewing world and I am self taught. Reading about all of these great items and products is really going to save me from a lot of my own mistakes. I also love reading the comments from the seasoned quilters to get more ideas. THanks for such a wonderful site.

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  22. I think they'd be helpful for opening sticky jar lids as well as for running fabric through the sewing machine.
    And maybe for holding the big ruler down when I'm cutting large pieces of fabric.

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  23. I'd love to try them, as I'm bound and determined to master free motion quilting. Anything to help me would be much appreciated!

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  24. You know those would probably be great for getting those lids off jars. I really need a pair to find out!

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  25. I would love to grab a pair GrabARoos so I could try them while kayaking. Holding onto the paddle so important lol Oh have another idea... You know when you fishing and don't want to touch those worms and fish, I bet these grabARoos would be the perfect solution! Yep grabaroos sound like they would be the answer!

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  26. Woo hoo...two pairs of Grabaroos. Shame I couldn't win both pairs and teach my feet to quilt. Could really use a second pair of hands!

    Very cute post and delightful giveaway!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  27. Woo hoo...two pairs of Grabaroos. Shame I couldn't win both pairs and teach my feet to quilt. Could really use a second pair of hands!

    Very cute post and delightful giveaway!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  28. I would love to win! Hopefully these would help me be a better quilter!

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  29. I have heard great things about the grabaroos! Would be nice to have a superior grip on those slippery fabrics! I would like a small size pair--if I was lucky enough to win! Thank you again for this great give away fete you are having, Sharonj.

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  30. I can use all the help I can get and would just like to win!

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  31. These gloves are great. I just have to master my BSR so I can use them more.

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  32. They look really great, I wonder what happens when I touch my cat with these on...

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  33. Oh my goodness! I was just quilting a baby blanket last night and wishing I had a pair of these! My hands were sore by the time I was done from trying to control the fabric. These would save me! Thanks for the chance to win!

    mandy
    msybrowsky(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. I would really like to try a pair of these. My hands are are dry and don't "hold" fabric etc very well. These would be great for controlling fabric and as I teach my granddaughter to sew I keep stressing "finger tip" control. We would love trying these-of course might have to buy additional pair for different size hands. Thanks for the chance.

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  35. these sound grear - i've never used quilting gloves and i'd like to try some

    gill

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  36. I've been using an old set of gardening glove that fit poorly and get real hot. These might be just the thing.

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  37. You certainly are giving away some wonderful items! Thanks so much for the time and effort you have taken to make this so fun!!

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  38. I would love to win a pair of GrabARoo's since I seem to have lost the ones I had (not GrabARoo's)
    Elaine

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  39. I would love to win these gloves! They would be great for when I am sewing and they would help me GREATLY with learning to do free motion quilting!

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  40. These gloves look like they would definitely be a great sewing and quilting tool. Aside from that I could use them when I'm putting away dishes so they don't slip out of my hands. When I'm sorting paper from the paper recycling box to prevent paper cuts. I'm sure there are hundreds of other uses.

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  41. Do these gloves really work? How do they help? I'm asking because I have been thinking about purchasing something to help me machine quilt under my regular sewing machine. Do they help keep the stitches even or help keep me from "wrestling" the quilt? Thanks!

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  42. I would love to win these gloves because it seems that my hands just slip when I try to machine quilt without them. Also, sometimes when sewing on a binding it helps to have a bit of extra grip when pulling the needle through. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  43. woo-hoo I don't want to miss out on this one. Great prize and thanks for entering me :-)

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  44. I would LOVE to try a pair of these!! I'm very new to quilting and will probably do mostly machine quilting, I can use all the help I can get!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. I think these would be useful when I walk the dogs. They pull so hard on the leads that my hands sometimes get burns on them. And they would be good for machine quilting

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  46. Oh, I would so love to win those. In the past, I've always taken my quilt to have them professionally machine quilted, but recently I took a beginning machine quilting class and I'm in the process of practicing up to quilt my first class. I'd love a pair of nice gloves. As for another use, I'm not an out-of-the-box thinker and don't have one. I also wouldn't want to ruin them for the purpose I'm most interested in using them for -- quilting. Crossing my bare fingers!

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  47. I wonder about using them while knitting - I'd love a chance to enter your wonderful giveaway - Thanks!!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  48. Oh boy! I want to win them because I don't have a pair and they look awesome! Wish me luck.

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  49. Oh I would love to win these. My hands get so cold and slidey when I'm sewing that I find it hard to keep a grip of what I'm working on. These would be the bees knees!

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  50. ooough what pretty PURPLE Grabaroos - cute name for them too! I just started using quilting gloves a month ago and wow what a difference it made. If I won them, I'd have to gift them to my best friend who doesn't have a pair.....YET! ;)

    Love from Texas! ~bonnie

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  51. Well mostly I want them for quilting! I have heard that they really make a difference in your free motion work. I am ready to find out. Plus the purple is a great color! (relax, I wear a med or large, not an XL-- I know a medium in rubber medical gloves fit me.)

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  52. I have been wanting to try a pair of these for machine quilting. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  53. Kelly, I have posted your giveaway on my Craft it Wednesday blog. For those who want to show off their craft or hobby, please stop by at
    http://craftitwednesday.blogspot.com

    and add you blog link to Mcklinky so all of us other crafters/hobbist can see what you're creating.

    I am emailing you also privately.

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  54. I would love to win a pair of grabaroos! I love to free motion quilt and currently use garden gloves. I bet they would work great with the Reliable Corporation Digital Steam Velocity V100 iron that I would love to win!

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  55. These gloves would be perfect for me. I bet it would help keep my tendinitis in my hand from flaring up when I am quilting....

    Thanks for the give away!

    SheilaC

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  56. I'm new to quilting and am still learning how to feed all the different layers of fabric through. While maybe an obvious answer, I think this would definitely take my control to the next level. The gloves might also help to get a good grip when bathing our slippery new baby!

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  57. I have worn my other pair out! (Different brand) These look like they will work really well!

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  58. These would make free-motion quilting a bit easier. Would love to have a pair.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Cindy

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  59. I wonder if they help when you need to groom your rabbit. The sticky part might help get the extra fur out w/o needing a brush.

    And..for gently grabbing them when they take off when you need them to go to bed.

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  60. These have GOT to be better than the gardening gloves I've been using!

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  61. I just bought a few pair of cotton gardening gloves with rubber tips from the dollar store, and after quilting a Queen size quilt, one pair is already almost bare of all rubber dots :( I would use them mainly of quilting bed size quilts... in the meantime . . .I hope my next pair of cheapy gloves holds up better LOL

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  62. I'm a teacher, and several times throughout the day I go through stacks of flashcards with my kiddos. These would make that much easier! I know, not craft related, but I think I'd find good uses for craft times too!

    ecahartf@yahoo.com

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  63. I've never tried these before but I work at a greenhouse and the work gloves we use have a bit of extra grip to them and they can be a lifesaver!

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  64. These look wonderful and I would like to use them as I work to improve my free motion quilting. Sounds like these are the best!!

    mybusyhands@gmail.com

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  65. I would love them for my art quilts! I haven't found anything that works great, and i have tried alot.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win

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  66. i was very frustrated with my first try at free motion because i could not manuever the material. the grab aroos will be great tho try!!

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  67. Hip Hip Hooray! I love my Grabaroos!I would love to win these so I can give them to a girl at church that is a mail carrier and has cancer. She's a darling and it is something I know she would love to have on her hands to keep them warm and safe from this PA weather. I can just imagine them on her hands as she removes mail and drops it in someone's mailbox. Say a prayer for her too...her name is Donna. THANKS Kelly...Aunt Linda

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  68. Those look awesome! They'd be so helpful for gripping while free-motion quilting. They'd also be nice for keeping my fingers warm while I work.

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  69. I would love to try these gloves. I have heard great things about them. Thank you. Take care and God bless, Cory

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  70. Please don't pick me - I already own a pair. I just want to chime in and say that these are the best gloves ever and I think it's awesome that someone else will have the opportunity to use them thanks to you!

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  71. I am learning so much. I have never seen this type of gloves.

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  72. I am learning so much. I have never seen this type of gloves.

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  73. I have gloves but am constantly taking them off when I need to do anything else but sew! These sound wonderful!

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  74. These sound like they would help me with the control of holding a bigger piece of fabric while quilting. :o)

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  75. Oh Good Grief! Why do I need these, let me count the ways!

    LOL

    To help with my machine quilting - mostly in-the-ditch.

    Would LOVE to be brave enough to try machine stippling, and these gloves would give me the courage.

    To help keep my fingers warm (also), during our Canadian winters!

    To help stretch or flatten my fabrics - bottom, batting and top, when I need to baste a quilt.

    These gloves sound like the perfect accessory, for me!

    *grin*

    Tks for adding my name to your virtual hat!

    Rosa Robichaud
    robich@rogers.com

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  76. I bet these would be great for holding down my freezer paper when I am tracing my applique pieces. Count me in!

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  77. I would love to win these, they sound great. I would enjoy something that offers good grip for machine quilting as well as to hold my pliers when drawing ribbon/cord/elastic through a casing and also for opening jars! Thanks~

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  78. So much hype about quilting gloves that I feel I must have a pair! And Grab a Roos would be the perfect answer. I would love to be a winner..

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  79. I'm just starting to try free motion quilting, and I think these would give me a lot more control.

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  80. It's so so dry where I am that I'm constantly having to decide - hand cream or sewing (since I don't want to get hand cream on my fabrics). Those gloves would let me do both (and would probably improve my stippling too!!)

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  81. In would love to win these grab aroos. I have arthriis in my right hand and love to do crafts. I am now starting my first Crazy Quilt. These gloves would help me so much when using my machine. Alsom they would help me hold onto other things. Please let me win. Karol

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  82. I have a hard time with my hands falling asleep at any time of the day. So I can see myself wearing these when I carry a hot cup of tea, and carrying my new computer to my embroidery machine so I don't drop it like the old one.

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  83. I've already got a pair of these & I love them! So, if I won these, I'd give them to a friend. Or maybe I'd just keep them as a back-up pair....

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  84. These gloves sound like they would be really helpful in machine quilting.

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  85. These look great. I could see them helping when guiding fabric through the sewing machine, but also for pulling a needle through many layers of fabric when hand-sewing. Hope I win!

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  86. Was just thinking how a pair of some sort of gloves to help me grasp the fabric might help in machine quilting. I have done very little because of that very reason. I have heard using gloves that grip do help so I would love to win these!

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  87. I have tried to use gloves in the past to no avail. I would like to try these and just maybe these would be the ones I could actually use while quilting.

    Looks like they would be good at picking up those pesky stray pins we all seem to have

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  88. I keep meaning to buy a pair of these, then never get around to it. It would be so great to win them! Thanks for the chance!

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  89. I would love to win a pair of GrabARoo's because I don't have any quilting gloves and I have a large quilt that I am going to machine quilt in the next month.

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  90. It sure would help make the quilting a lot easier. They look like they really grab the fabric nice and would be handy for other things too.

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  91. Hi there
    I would LOVE a pair of GrabARoo's. What a great product. Would love them love them. I am undergoing a bit of a challenge with dexterity and strength in my hands and I bet that these beauties would assist. Cheers
    Catie

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  92. Everyones already said machine quilting but I will too! They kook like they'd be awesome for it!

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  93. I want to win to try them out beaucause I don't have any quilting gloves.

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  94. Oh, I'd love to try those gloves! They seem like they would be just the ticket for free motion quilting!

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  95. Yesterday I machine quilted for the very first time - it was just a square but it was difficult (we have old sewing machines) to hold the fabric. I have 144 squares to quilt so probably would wear out the grippers. Alternate uses: opening jars in the kitchen. Please enter me in this giveaway. mlwright29 at hotmail dot com

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  96. How come I've never heard of these before? I'm so glad you posted about them. Besides sewing and quilting, I can think of another very great use of them. I'm getting ready to replace the vinyl strapping on my patio furniture and these would be great for helping stretch it into place!

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  97. I have never used them but they sure look like they would help my machine quilting - and I am probably one to use them for some other household chores.. Thank you!

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  98. Oh my, these look wonderful! I am sure these would improve my quilting especially the curvy parts!

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  99. I have set a goal to learn to free-motion quilt much better than I do now...which is pretty horrendous, so it won't take much to reach my goal. I figure the grabaroos might help!

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  100. Can't get used to wearing gloves for quilting...maybe these would do the trick!

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  101. Love the fun color! I wonder if they would be good at getting hair off clothing?? Just a thought.
    Can't wait to use them for quilting. Thanks!

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  102. I've tried a few different pairs of quilting gloves, not too impressive. These look like a winner. Thanks for the chance to win a pair. Happy Anniversary!

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  103. I want some of these gloves! I am both a quilter and a bookkeeper, and I could use them in both jobs! I'll have to BUY a pair if I don't win them. Thanks for sharing!

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  104. Please enter me to win these Kelly...they look like fun and as I'm hoping to learn how to stipple instead of s.i.t.d they would make it easier I'm sure. Hugs Naomi

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  105. Neat product, haven't heard of it before!

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  106. Oooo, and ahhh, can I have a pair please??? I am a stay-at-home-mommy, and I would love love to have a pair of these!! It would make sewing, cleaning up, laundry, sorting (of all types) soo much easier, and would keep my hands from getting so stripped of moisture that they crack all winter.

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  107. Ooooooo, those look nice. I might have to buy a pair if I don't win. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  108. I would love to win these gloves. I want to learn how to stipple and have read that wearing gloves helps with machine quilting.

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  109. Would love to try the Grabaroos. You have mentioned them several times, so know they must work. LOL

    Rosemary
    Cntryways@att.net

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  110. I love to free motion quilt and GrabARoos would really help my skills:) I also just love the name! I hope I am a lucky winner:) Jenna Louise

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  111. I'm wanting to learn to free motion quilt. I've tried a couple of times in the past and now I realize I wasn't sucessful because I didn't have the GrabARoos! Would love to win!!

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  112. These look so amazing. I would love to try them. I think they would be much better than the garden gloves I had set aside for quilting. I think I will hope I win this and the garden gloves will be used . . .

    in the garden, where else?

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  113. Since I quilt on a domestic sewing machine that sits on top of a desk, manipulating the quilt top can be a challenge. This product would certainly be a big help to me in my quilting...especially the big quilts (last big one I did was king sized).

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  114. These look so fun! I could put them to good use. Maybe I'd dare attempt machine quilting...

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  115. My hands always slip when I'm machine quilting. I have tried the fingertip things, and they just fall off. I would love to try the gloves!

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  116. Maybe these wonderful gloves would help me hold on to my coffee cup in the morning until the advil goes to work.

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  117. I think these would be great to use in free motion quilting. Would love to win a pair.

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  118. ooooh my gosh do I ever need these! I have a major problem with slippage! Unfortunately, I've literally sewn through my finger,, TWICE! ooooouch! Even worse, was the tetanus shot, which made my arm hurt much more than my finger. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ~Nicki
    thekirkfamily@gmail.com

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  119. I have rheumatoid arthritis and these would be a great help with machine quilting for me. Part of my problem is my fingers fatique quickly but these gloves would do the work for me, I wouldn' have to grip so hard. Oh thanks so much for a chance.

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  120. Oh, I have wanted a pair of these forever. Of course when I am out fabric stashing I don't think of them, until I start quilting again. I would love to win these.

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  121. havent seen these before.. but have heard these type of gloves are available..

    looks like they would help lots..

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  122. I haven't seen these before but I can use all the help I can get. Hopefully I will get to try them.

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  123. I'd wear them to do free motion quilting. And they look cute, too!

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  124. I would love to try another version of quilting gloves.

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  125. I've read about this type of glove and thought that they'd be fantastic. My hands and fingers are starting to stiffen and pain me more and more leaving a pile of quilting waiting to be done. A pair of Grabaroos would make that pile disappear.

    Carolyn

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  126. Graberoos sound great! I love freemotion quilting with gloves, but my current pair have been sewed through (twice- don't ask) and should be replaced. Thank you for the giveaways!

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  127. I am planning on making a quilt so I suppose I will need a pair of these for when I have to quilt it...
    Cath's Blog
    Cath Ü

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  128. I just began to quilt using a darning foot. I can see where gloves with a grabbing feature would be a big help in controlling the fabric as I quilt. Maybe I could also use the gloves to count my squares, especially the smaller ones, when I need to have a certain number cut out. Thank you for the chance to win them.

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  129. Oooooh... I DO so want to win these! I am quilting with (wait for it....)..... gardening gloves! They are rubber and ribbely all over and grip fantastic but... they are very big,sweaty and cumbersome. Ok for gripping a whole quilt, not so good for deliate things like your lovely baby bootie... I SO need to ditch the incredible hulk ones!!

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  130. I'm a beginner at attempting home machine quilting, and also trying those automatic stitches on the machine. I stink at moving the fabric and break tons of needles in my attempt to learn. These gloves might help with my lack of eye/hand coordination.

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  131. Ok....all these great giveaways the last 28 days and I skipped putting my name in on this one. when I saw it I thought...I don't need these, I have young hands and have no problem with gripping fabric I am sewing....
    I am back with my head hung in defeat. Yesturday, I started quilting a larger quilt then I have done in the past. The entire time I had trouble controlling the fabric and it kept slipping through my fingers, irritating my skin and in the end my fingers were so tired they HURT. During the entire time I kept thinking "Gosh...why hasn't anyone ever thought to make something to help with this..." (ok at this point I was a little tired and couldn't think staight) It hit me when I woke up this morning that someone has and I knew where I saw the solution. So here I am adding my name to the list and am hoping I win.
    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

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  132. I'm learning so much about sewing during this giveaway. I never realized why my art quilts have little ridges in them and my satin stitched postcards were so hard to make. You can bet I would use these gloves to help my sewing, but I would also use them when working on my altered books. I can see a huge use in my paper projects because they would reduce paper cuts and dry hands that catch on both fabric and paper.

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  133. I have used quilting gloves, but these look great!
    Micki

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  134. They look good for gardening, am I right?

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  135. Just what I need. Have one pair but it never leaves sewing room. And bad arthritis in my hands, so maybe I need a half dozen or so pairs.

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  136. I think these gloves would really help me with my machine quilting!

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  137. I am hoping these GrabARoo's will help me like machine quilting better because it really is on the bottom of my list right now. I keep trying though.

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Kelly

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