GNO Charlotte – 11 Prize Giveaway!

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The Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores Girl’s Night Out Blogger Get Together is a small event where online friends can gather in an intimate setting to meet, laugh, and share their passion for sewing. Knitting together the sewing community in a more personal and binding way. After our success in Salt Lake City this past October, we decided to take it on the road and are having our next dinner in Charlotte this weekend! We are blessed to be able to say that after our blog announcement a couple of weeks ago – the event sold out rather fast

But just because you might have missed the chance to get a ticket, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all of the fun too! ┬áThe incredible Sponsors of Girl’s Night Out have teamed up and are offering some amazing prizes for you to win.

ELEVEN to be exact!!!

Click HERE to find out more!!!

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Jess

Jess Abbott the Sewing Rabbit is the founder and creative director behind the me sew crazy blog, as well as SewSet.com, 5 & 10 Designs, GNO Events, and co-editor of STYLO. She resides in Virginia Beach with her husband and 3 children.
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  1. says

    funniest sewing moment was when I was a beginner and I thought I was really doing well and almost done then i looked down and the thread had come out about 2 feet before!

  2. says

    Funny things happen when you are rushing to finish a project and it’s really late at night….. I was finishing up a dress for my daughter to wear at Christmas. It was really late at night and I was really very tired. I sewed the sleeve into the skirt seam and didn’t notice until after I had sewed up the whole seam. I cried and laughed and cried and then laughed some more as I ripped out the seam to get the sleeve out. I was a bit delirious but holiday sewing does that to me :)

  3. says

    In high school – a long time ago – I had the same teacher for 3 years for Home Economics. At the end of my third year, she told me that my best bet was to marry rich. I’ve improved a lot since then.

  4. says

    Not sure how funny it is but I take a lot of time laying out my quilt ideas only to gather and sew them in all the wrong directions. I keep telling myself, the next one its back to basics. There I go again tring to make it all fancy. Sometimes I think it is hopeless and that I should just stick to pulling random pieces and sew together that way. I am slowly getting better with more and more practice. That’s why I need to win these prizes! Practice makes perfect or so I am told.

  5. says

    When I got married I asked my husband to buy me a sewing machine then I got some fabric to make HIM some pants (what was I thinking?) Long story short he still asks for his pants 12 years later, he is laughing not me.

  6. says

    When I got married I asked my husband to buy me a sewing machine then I got some fabric to make HIM some pants (what was I thinking?) Long story short he still asks for his pants 12 years later, he is laughing not me.

  7. says

    I was doing some hand basting, didn’t realize until after i was complete that i basted my cloth to my dress. Was so embarrassed and frustrated that i had to start all over.

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