Oh Sew Sweet Sewing Kit

The sweetest little DIY sewing kit 
for your sweetest little sewing friends!
Gather up all of your favorite “necessity notions” and throw them all in a mason jar. 
To seal the deal, grab a cute piece of fabric & some batting and transform the top into a pincushion.
I added a pom-pom trim for extra cuteness.  : ) 
Sew Easy, Sew Cute & Sew Fun!

Follow us & leave a comment describing the sweetest Valentine you ever received. 
Winner will be randomly selected on Valentine’s day.  
XOXO : ) 

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98 thoughts on “Oh Sew Sweet Sewing Kit

  1. Thank you for the wonderful ideas on your blog! My sweetest gift was an original poem from a sweet man. It is now safely tucked away in the memory box….

  2. I follow the blog on Google Reader (and LOVE it!). My favorite Valentine was when my husband and I were dating and he gave me “honey bear” filled with sweet things.

  3. I’m a follower. The sweetest Valentine gift I ever received was a diamond ring wrap for my engagement ring from my sweet hubby. He bought it without my ring and just from memory matched it perfectly.

  4. I’m a follower already!

    Hmm…not much on Valentine’s Day here, but I think the sweetest was a hand made card from my nephew when he was 5 or 6. Can’t remember what it said, but it was cute!

    Sandy A

  5. I’m already a follower!

    The sweetest Valentine gift I ever received was a little bear from my only grandchild (grandson)with a heart shaped card sending bunches of hugs and kisses.

  6. I just discovered your blog, and am now a follower. My favorite Valentine memory spans many years . . . at a very young age my third son rode his bike to the flower shop and returned with a beautiful carnation; the stem was broken from the ride, but it was oh so beautiful!

  7. The sweetest valentine I rec’d was from my 6 month old son, left on his changing table, followed by one left from our dog in the dog food box–lovely surprises.

  8. My sweetest valentines are the many handmade cards and little gifts I have received from my kids and grandkids over the years. I still have them all. They are special treasures.

  9. The sweetest Valentine I ever received was from my brother. After a trying day teaching middle school (picture 2,000 young teenagers with hormones, flowers, and candy in one building) I retrieved my mail from the mailbox at home and opened an envelop from my brother, only to have several hundred tiny foil hearts tumbled upon my lap while I read the hand-written note, “Have I told you lately, that I love you?” All women should be so fortunate as to have a brother like mine.

    Thanks for the great idea!

  10. i’m not big on valentine’s day so it was a big surprise to have 3 dozen white roses waiting for me when i got to work. my husband snuck in before i got there, i just thought he went to work early.

  11. The sweetest valentine I have ever
    gotten, was a hand written note tucked inside a card that my husband wrote to me shortly after we got married. I already follow
    the Moda blog! Thlank for the chance to win!!

  12. I follow your blog! The sweetest Valentine’s Day surprise I ever got was when my husband made a treasure hunt for me! I was so touched that he spent so much time on such a fun thing!

  13. I am a follower. Its hard to pick one Valentine, as it is also my birthday, but when we were dating, my hubby gave me a huge bear with amethyst earrings for me on the ears!

  14. Forget about roses, I would love to win this kit…

    I don’t remember any special valentines gift I ever got. so probably this would be the best I will ever get *g*


  15. The sweetest Valentine I’ve ever gotten was from my husband. He got me a huge purple bear from the Vermont Bear company knowing my favorite color is purple. I thought that was the gift but, the bear was wearing a purse and it wasn’t for at least an hour before I was looking at the purse and thought to look inside. In there I found a gorgeous diamond necklace.

  16. Definitely a handmade card from my daughter where she proudly proclaimed, “Mom, You’re the Beast!” I framed it. She’s 18 now!

  17. My sweetest valentine gifts have always been the ones that my children made for me when they were small. Thanks for the “sweet” giveaway. 🙂

  18. Sweetest remembrance was coming home after wrecking the car to find a huge box of candy and a card on the kitchen table. (I thought he had forgotten.)

  19. This is soooo cute!!! The sweetest Valentine’s gift I got was a large gift bag filled to the brim with a variety of chocolates last year from my husband. We were away from home during Valentine’s (our destination wedding)and it was waiting for me with the sweetest card inside.

  20. I do follow you!
    The kit is so cute and very useful!
    I guess the sweetest valentine I ever received was my engagement ring in 1971!! We’ve been married for over 40 years.

  21. I am a follower. My husband put a huge banner along the side of my apartment building on Valentines day. It must have been at least 20 feet long!

  22. I follow you 🙂 Google?? Anyways!

    The sweetest present …. hubs years and years ago (pre “hubs”) bought me the sweetest tin of my favorite fudge and a lovely card (I still have both)

  23. Oh, so cute!! 🙂 The sweetest Valentine I’ve ever received…. there have been so many wonderful gifts over the years– both big and small…. But one that comes to mind was from my oldest daughter last year. When my girls were growing up, it was always a big tradition for us to bake us batches of heart-shaped sugar cookies and then decorate them so beautifully with glaze, icing, candy sprinkles and crystal sugar… They were always SO proud of their special cookies– and always made a couple of “special” ones for their Daddy and me… My two older girls are all grown up now, married and moved out. Last year, our oldest daughter brought over a plate of those same Valentine cookies that we used to make all those years ago. 🙂 It made me happy to remember those times— and to know that *she* remembers those times… 🙂

  24. I am a follower – the sweetest valentine I have ever received is when my boyfriend sent a folk singer to my aerobics class to sing me a love song.

  25. Giving a Valentine’s Day gift is always so much fun and you have put together a gift any sewer would love to receive. The best gift Valentine’s Day gift I ever gave was to my husband on our 1st Valentine’s Day. I found just the right card. It was an oversize card with the usual saying on front and when ypou opened it. it said in big bold letters:
    I’m Pregnant!
    Best Valentine’s gift ever!
    I am a follower.

  26. I am already a follower 🙂
    The SWEETEST Valentine’s gift I ever received was in 1995, on Valentine’s Day when I accepted the Free Gift of Salvation from Jesus Christ. THAT was a gift of love!

  27. I am a follower via email. LOVE your posts… and love the opportunity to win something super awesome. That little pencil and needle threader are great! My favorite Valentines gift was the DVD my daughter made my husband and I of our family growing older – through 4 generations. I can’t watch it without shedding a few tears. Be blessed!

  28. Beautifully fragrant bouquet of flowers from a very special love. P.S. I follow you everywhere–newsletter, blog, facebook–for a very long time!

  29. Sweetest Valentine I ever received was the engraved gold heart locket from my hubby the year we got married. I’m a follower. Thanks for the chance to win that adorable sewing kit.

  30. I’m one of your Blog followers! 😀
    My sweetest V-gift was this year. I received a note from my overseas adult son asking me to be his Valentine. Is that sweet or what?

  31. Homemade card and hand prints from my little ones. They are now in high school and I love going back and looking at these treasures. (I follow your blog!)

  32. The sweetest valentine I ever received is one my grandson made for me last year. He was 5 and made it himself, with some help from Mommy with the spelling.

  33. Already a follower. The sweetest valentine is any expression of love ……with grand-daughter hugs being right up there on the top of the list.

  34. I forgot to say my sweetest valentine–that was always the cut and paste treasures my three kids made at school and still melt my heart when I come across them in the archives of my desk drawers!

  35. I am a faithful follower of your blog and check out the Bake Shop everyday for something new. I love chocolate and just the other day my husband surprised me with a tin of chocolate truffles. Yummy!!

  36. I have been a follower on Blogger. My favorite Valentine memory, was when my husband and I were first engaged, and it was our first Valentine’s Day. He did the roses and a special card. We’ve been married over 34 years now!

  37. Too cool! I’d low to use a kit like this for many purposes, and it would even be. A good kit to send off with my son when he moves out on his own!
    Betsy in the Seattle ‘burbs

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