April 2016 Release in Review & Contest

The April release has been full of some gorgeous new products and we hope the projects from the team have been beyond inspiring!  I've picked out favorites of my own, from each of the design team members, to share with you today!  Click the link next to each team member's name to see more details about the project shown here, as well as the rest of her projects from this release!  And be sure to read all the way to the bottom of the post…..you won't want to miss out on this month's release in review CONTEST!!!
 
Amy

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Ashley

CLICK HERE to see more from Ashley Cannon Newell.

 

Betsy

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Daniele

CLICK HERE to see more from Danielle Flanders.

 

Dawn

CLICK HERE to see more from Dawn McVey.

 

Heather

CLICK HERE to see more from Heather Nichols.

 

Kay

CLICK HERE to see more from Kay Miller.

 

Laurie

CLICK HERE to see more from Laurie Willison.

 

Lizzie

CLICK HERE to see more from Lizzie Jones.

 

Melissa

CLICK HERE to see more from Melissa Phillips.

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  • 1
    Gabriella says:

    No I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies, but I would like to. Anything hand stitchy is a winner with me.

  • 2
    Amy McCue says:

    I have not tried one, but they look really cute. Perhaps this will be the time.

  • 3
    Victoria h says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies as my sewing skills are terrible!

  • 4
    Yvette says:

    I started with the coin purses and loved them especially since I was able to make them with the girls and allow them to be crafty and they used them as gifts for their friends

  • 5
    Louise Spiden says:

    I have the booties + accessories and the softies dies. I am currently making my first set of booties!

  • 6
    Terri W says:

    I have not tried them either. Not too sure why but always find them intriguing. Maybe one of these times.

  • 7
    Jessica Monte says:

    I have the coin purse and love it. I made all the women coin purses for Christmas.

  • 8
    kbrig@ptd.net says:

    I have the Key Fob die, which is super fun, and several of the seasonal add-on dies, and the Floral Cluster, which is my favorite!

  • 9
    Cnixon says:

    No, and I probably won’t. The stitching trend just does not appeal to me.

  • 10
    Lori Cullen says:

    I bought last year’s softie kit but I haven’t used it yet. I am a little scared of sewing and I haven’t worked with embroidery floss before.

  • 11
    Lisa S. says:

    I haven’t tried any yet – I’m afraid of another new addiction! Erin’s designs are brilliant. She’ll get me yet!

  • 12
    jeannine j. says:

    I haven’t tried them yet, but they are so lovely I am thinking of trying the coin purse for gifts.

  • 13
    Pat says:

    I have the apple, and I’ve used it once. The stitching dies are cute, but I prefer spending my time and crafting dollars on your paper crafting products and quilting.

  • 14
    Julie C says:

    I own most of them and love them all! My favorites are the baby booties, coin purses, and barrette covers. They are such fun projects and look so professional! Can;t get enough of the stitching dies!

  • 15
    Erin Bigler says:

    They are all adorable, but just not into the trend.

  • 16
    diana says:

    I haven’t tried any yet. But I’m looking forward to trying some even though I don’t sew. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 17
    Lady Gray says:

    I have tried several of them and love them. I have the softie set and the stocking, mittens etc. they make the best unique gifts and are super easy to use. Keep the stitched kits coming.

  • 18
    Liz mcallister says:

    The. Dies look like so much fun, but I have not jumped in… Yet! I have too many other unused supplies.

  • 19
    Linda says:

    No I haven’ mostly because of time and money and lack thereof.

  • 20
    sano says:

    I have not tried them as I am always busy stamping and coloring. I think they are very cute.

  • 21
    Jan Pufall says:

    They are so cute, but I have arthritis, and stamping, with minimal cutting works best for me.

  • 22
    Julene says:

    I have some of your older seasonal stitching dies, the snowman and the seashells. I need to use those first before I let myself buy anymore, but every month I am very tempted! I have watched the videos she does but I am still a bit intimidated by all those holes to fill!

  • 23
    Erin S says:

    I have tried some of the older stitching dies. I have the snowman and just ordered the summer fruit. I love all the stitching stuff but I don’t have enough to time to do it all. Aaugh!!!!

  • 24
    Pamela Levingston says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies. I’m a quick crafter and also cas is my style. Stitching is a rabbit trail I don’t want to walk on.

  • 25
    Tasha H says:

    I’ve tried the rectangles and used them on cards so far. I’ll have to try sewing them now that there are so many cute examples coming out.

  • 26
    Cheryl Nussbaum says:

    I have not tried any of the dies yet. They are so cute and I’m tempted to get a few to teach my granddaughters some sewing skills.

  • 27
    Isabel Z says:

    I have never enjoyed sewing until Erin’s kits. I couldn’t resist the beaded holiday one and I recently bought the softie kit from a forum member. I love them both and find that I do like sewing (but only if it’s an Erin kit because she makes them so easy to use and they are adorable.

  • 28
    Shelly says:

    I have not tried them yet…simply because there is always stamping things I want and I don’t think I would use the dies enough to buy everything needed to complete the past projects. Even though I think they are wonderful! However, these new dies are great and perfect for stitching elements on a card. I plan on getting the scallops to try them out.

  • 29
    theCook says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies because I didn’t stitch. However the coming of several babies around me makes me want to surround myself with fluffy handmade felt plushies, so I might take the plunge soon!

  • 30
    Linda R. says:

    No, I haven’t because I just “discovered” them. Can’t wait to try them!

  • 31
    Debbie P says:

    I have the coin purse dies. I made a fancy one for my daughter and a pencil pouch for my grandson.

  • 32
    see mary stamp says:

    I have the bootie dies and adore them. So far I’ve only made one pair, but was thrilled with how they turned out. The mother-to-be loved them!

  • 33
    Jayell says:

    I love the stitching dies, and I’m no sewer normally! Love the little accents like the Ladybird, the hearts and the Christmas trees.

  • 34
    Meg C says:

    I have not tried them yet. I am not sure why as I find myself intrigued by them whenever they are released. This needs to go on my 2016 list.

  • 35
    Polly Lemire says:

    One hobby is enough – the stitching dies are cute ideas but I am gaga over card-making!

  • 36
    Frannie Phelps says:

    I have made the baby booties for friends having babies and they loved them. I have to admit that the Hoopla will have to be my favorite and can hardly wait to get it so I can start making them.

  • 37
    sarah t. says:

    I used the coffee cozy wrap (is that one of Erin’s?) with the school craft club. Great success for a group with very limited sewing skills.

  • 38
    maryrose says:

    I have the coffee cozy dies, and I love them! Big fun! I need to make more for family and friends!

  • 39
    Janice M says:

    I have not tried them yet but my first grandchild will arrive in a couple of months so the baby booties are calling my name!

  • 40
    Lori Hefner says:

    I love them, but afraid to spend the money on them and not be able to do it as pretty as your design team does.

  • 41
    Linda F says:

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies. While I love all the creations the DT makes. I’m very challenged when it comes to needle and thread. I have only ever made one sewed item in my life, way back in high school. We all had to make something I decided to make a simple wrap around skirt. One rectangle, a band and a button hole – how badly can that go wrong. Well I’ll tell you – VERY – I was scared for life and haven’t attempted sewing again. I love stitched look but actually picking up a needle and thread is terrifying.

  • 42
    Denise C. says:

    I have several of Erin’s stitching diesโ€ฆ.my most used is the coin purse. I have had so much fun embellishing those little pouches!! Love the new dies this month too. Hoops art is so popular right now!

  • 43
    Julie Bitner says:

    I have not, but really need to as they are so darling! I love the new hoopla collection and may have to order a few tonight.

  • 44
    Miriam Prantner says:

    I haven’t tried any of the newer dies although I have he old stitching lines dies that I have used. I am definitely intrigued by them, although I like making cards more than things, so that’s probably why I haven’t gotten them. I think in general I’d rather get a new stamp set, but I like these new weather related ones, I can definitely see using those more on a card than some of the previous ones.

  • 45
    Lisa Schenck says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies! I have probably made 75 coin purses! AND I taught a friend how to make them, and we cut out an additional 25 purses on my Big Shot and her church put them together & included them as shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child! PTI is a wonderful company, best in the business, with amazing designers!

  • 46
    Sherry G says:

    Yes, I have tried several of Erin’s stitching dies, and I have enjoyed each one. My favorite is the coin purse. It is easy and turns out so cute!

  • 47
    Kristie G. says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies but have done stitching on my cards using a paper piercing tool to create my own holes. The dies would be so much easier though. Maybe this month will be the month for me to try them out. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 48

    I have pouch and phone case dies and love them! Didn’t use them actively yet – need to buy good felt at first))

  • 49
    Lydia says:

    Not yet. Because I never thought the idea worked. But now – those cards, those banners, those colors – you may just have me hooked.

  • 50
    annheidel says:

    Yes, I have! I made some felt ornaments using the holiday kit last year. Love those dies! I have my eye on the bicycle right now. There are so many still on my wish list. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 51
    Jackie Adair says:

    I have not tried any of her dies! Still new to cardmaking and always looking for more products to purchase! Great look!

  • 52
    Grace says:

    I have tried and made many baby booties They are so much fun to make. Everyone I have given them to loves them.

  • 53
    Kim Heggins says:

    The only I have stitched are the sweet little coin purses, but all the new dies look so tempting!

  • 54
    Diane Anthony says:

    I have not tried them yet! I want to but am hesitant to get “hooked” on yet another hobby! Trying to rekindle and fashion enough time for stamping, scrapping, quilting and cross stitching, not to mention crocheting. Love them, but can anyone sell me more time? ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 55
    Leigh Penner says:

    I purchased the super sweet bicycle and was actually planning a trip to the fabric store today to pick up some fabric and some floss to coordinate with my felt so that I can get started on making a pillow for my bedroom. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 56
    Manda says:

    I love the idea of the stitching dies but I’m afraid I lack both the funds and the patience to get and use them.

  • 57
    KristaT says:

    I made a hoopart gift for my parents using the fruit slices. They loved it!

  • 58
    Karen B. says:

    I haven’t yet due to budget constraints but they are in my wish lisy! Especially the coin purse…so versatile!

  • 59
    sallie says:

    Yes, but not for stitching. Use them to pierce paper…much easier than using a piercing tool, pad, and template.

  • 60
    Kyle E. says:

    I believe I purchased one of her stitching kits early on, but I have never used it and probably never will. I thought if I bought it I might use it, but, sad to say, I am not a big fan.

  • 61
    Birgit says:

    I have! I’ve tried the baby booties, super adorable, and the coin purses. All her stitching dies are amazing!!

  • 62
    D.Ann C says:

    I’ve only tried the key fobs – they’re great! (Tho I wish I could do the top better. Must practice more!) Next up is the purse with some pretty flowers. Must wait to find the time and on my budget for more.

  • 63
    Cheryl L. says:

    I haven’t tried them yet, but the embroidery hoops are calling my name. I can’t wait to try them!

  • 64
    Kristii says:

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies. The only thing that has been stopping me is procrastinating when I order. This month the stitching does are definitely in my radar. This may be the time I try them out!

  • 65
    Christina S. says:

    I haven’t tried any yet, but would love to. I really wanted to do the one from Christmas last year with the trees. I am a little intimidated, because I don’t know how to sew.

  • 66
    Marcia Hill says:

    I have one of the coin purse dies and the baby bootie dies, but have yet to do anything with either of them! I’ve even bought a lot of your fabulous felt colors, so I have no excuse to not start creating! The projects this month were stunning…guess I need to get busy!! :0)

  • 67
    Marilou S says:

    I bought the adorable booties die…but no babies have come yet to pull them out. The smart thing would be to have some done and ready to pass out. I guess what is stopping me is buying the felt to make the project with.

  • 68
    Rae Ramses says:

    Yes, I have tried Erin’s stitching dies and I love them! My favorite is her Coin Purse II die because it’s easy to put together and give away. Thanks for a great release!

  • 69
    Annette Snyder says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet. This may push me over the edge! So cute!

  • 70
    Teddra says:

    I have the stitched tag, which I love to make for gift cards. I also have the Christmas tree change up and kit with the star. I’ve made several garlands and wish for more larger seasonal dies so I can make them for display year round.

  • 71
    katevdp says:

    No, I have not tried any of the stitching dies. They look beautiful, but I don’t know where to start. And stamping is my one true love ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 72
    Lisa G. says:

    I have so many of them. It’s hard to say which one is my favorite. I’ve made a lot of gifts with them. The key fobs were a hit. I’ve made personalized coasters. I’ve also made embroidery hoop gift tags for Christmas last year.

  • 73
    Rita says:

    I have almost all the stitching dies and love them all. These dies make everything so impossibly easy to make gifts that look amazing. And the process of hand stitching with the pre-cut holes is so relaxing and fun. The bookmark and pocket tag are quick and easy; would be a great place to start. Coin purse #2 looks elaborate but is so easy to sew up. I’ve made over 10 of those cute purses so far and they are all different. Erin’s dies are genius and so well designed. Price point is fair and reasonable. The dies take the guesswork and frustration out and leave me with all the fun. Totally addicted and hope there are many more to come. The HOOPLA collection is coming home to my craft table. Can’t say enough about how much I’m loving all the stitching dies. My gift sets are now in high demand with family, friends, and co-workers. Take a look: https://www.instagram.com/rita5081/

  • 74
    Jessica Kerr says:

    I haven’t, but my 8 year-old daughter loves them! Her birthday is coming up and she’s asked for the Softie dies and coordinating accessories.

  • 75
    Kelly says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet. With a newborn at home, I am all for quick projects and these seem to take more time than I have at this point in my life!

  • 76
    Donna Gourley says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies yet. I’m not really sure what’s stopping me…For one thing, I guess I feel like I’m too impatient for these more detailed projects. I do really like the bicycle die recently released though! The second reason is that I usually find so many stamps I want that there’s no money left in my crafting budget to buy stitching dies.

  • 77
    Pat Whitley says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies. While they are so cute, I am just not one for handwork.

  • 78
    Polly says:

    I have not tried her stitching dies but I love all the new ones..wow…they give such a pretty finished look to any project.

  • 79
    Ty's Mom says:

    Sadly, no, I have not tried any stitching dies yet, I love to crochet, knit, and sew, but I just can’t afford them right now. When I have some money to spend I usually pick your stamp sets I like over your dies. But I’d love to try some someday!

  • 80
    Jamie Greene says:

    No I have not tried them yet. I am not much of a stitcher I guess.

  • 81
    Tammy says:

    I have not tried any yet but I love them so I plan to soon!

  • 82
    Dolly says:

    I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies yet and the CDN. dollar is what is stopping me! LOL otherwise I’d be all over them ๐Ÿ˜€

  • 83
    Peege04 says:

    I have used the baby booties and some of the early images, like the stars and hearts. They were very cute, but like others, my priority is card making!

  • 84
    Liz says:

    I have not tried any of the dies. I think that they are cute, but wonder how much I would actually use them. And I have enough crafting stuff sitting there unloved!

  • 85
    Donna Phelan says:

    As of right now I have not….I can craft just about anything, cards, scrapbooks, Wedding and Shower decorations, Escort Cards, wood burning, stained glass….you name it….BUT anything to do with fabric and/or sewing I just can not do…..BUT if I did I know Erin’s crafty supplies would be the place to start. I know it would make my Nanas very happy! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 86
    Sandy Rizzo says:

    No I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies, but I would love to try the bicycle stitch die, as I am a cycler!

  • 87
    Tami B says:

    I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies yet, but I see stitching dies becoming so popular, I think they are going to give adult coloring books a little bit of competition.

  • 88
    Judie A says:

    I haven’t tried any yet, but I’m sure planning to!

  • 89
    Diane Oliver says:

    Although I think these projects are adorable, I am not a interested in “sewing” things together, but I DID purchase some of the “word” dies to stitch on my card; such as Love, etc. Thanks for a chance to win a great prize. hugs.

  • 90

    I have not tried them, but like them. There is just so many other gorgeous things, and I want it all.

  • 91
    Ann. Bin. says:

    I haven’t tried any yet but they are so cute!
    Hope to buy and try them soon.

  • 92
    Debbie Babb says:

    I have not tried any yet. They are wonderful and felt is my favorite to work with. I think the price stops me since you usually need more than one of the sets to make it look nice. Gets expensive!

  • 93
    Tracie C. says:

    I just purchased the key fob and I absolutely love it. I am now hooked on the stitching dies. Can’t wait to purchase more.

  • 94
    Kristina says:

    I have the coin purses and pencil pouch. My girls and I love them. They made quick and cute gifts!

  • 95
    Kathy Skou says:

    I have played with the Softies dies and I can’t get enough of them!!! I also just purchased the little tray dies and can’t wait tomake some as graduation gifts for my daughter & her friends!!! The new hoop dies are on my must have list!!!!

  • 96
    Karen Keim says:

    Yes, I have tried a few of the stitching dies. My favorite one is the baby booties. I made matching booties for the outfits I purchased for my first granddaughter. They were a hit!

  • 97
    Marye Anne says:

    I have not tried them but there are a few that have caught my eye this month. Could be time to start.

  • 98
    Vicki A says:

    For Easter I made a couple bunny bags, like Heather made during the January release. I used the bunny bag and coin purse II dies.

  • 99
    Patti says:

    I haven’t had the pleasure of trying the stitching dies. They look like a lot of fun, but my stamping budget doesn’t stretch as far as my creativity. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 100
    Karen P. says:

    I think the stitching dies at adorable but have not tried them yet. Guess I just have been sticking to stamping and die cutting for now.

  • 101
    Wendy Hoff says:

    I have not tried any yet but they are definitely on my wishlist when money is available..

  • 102
    Becky Green says:

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s dies YET, but I’m itching to after seeing more this week! LOL I guess I had to find something that just tickled my fancy! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 103
    Bev Flora says:

    I have not tried the dies because buttons and the occasional frayed seam are the extent of my talents. If all the clothing stores in the world closed, my family would be wearing togas or staying home.
    They are adorable though!

  • 104
    Betty H. says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies. I love the look of the finished products from the design team. Unfortunately, the stitching dies seem time consuming so I probably won’t be trying them.

  • 105
    Tami says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet, but this month intrigues me! Love the scallops and the banners…this will probably push me over the cliff and make me order them! Great release this month!

  • 106
    Kelly Flaherty says:

    No, I had not tried them. I do so many different crafts including cross stitch that I’m too busy to start another!

  • 107
    Becky M says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet – I feel like I have too much to catch up on just buying regular stamps and paper, let alone the more unique supplies!

  • 108
    Victoria Nelson says:

    I only have the coffee cozy die and I’ve enjoyed making gifts with it for my friends and family. Stamping and scrapbooking are my primary crafting loves, though!

  • 109
    Debbie Br says:

    No, I have not tried them, I’m not overly fond of sewing!

  • 110
    Joyce says:

    Yes, I think the first stitching die was in the kit for SAF and fell in love. Or maybe it was the barrettes? Anyway, yes and love them!

  • 111
    Cindy H. says:

    I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies. I did hand sewing years ago but prefer to make cards now – it’s more satisfying to me. I do love all the projects that the DT creates with the dies though.

  • 112
    Lori B says:

    Even though they are amazingly cute, I haven’t bought any. I guess I’m just not into sewing.

  • 113
    Jeni says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet. I barely have time for my cardmaking & scrapbooking so I would just rather stay focused on those. They are very cute but, just not for me.

  • 114
    DGolly says:

    I just love the stitching dies. I used the Holiday tree and key fob for gifts and they were so fun and relaxing to do. They are such a great idea and very easy to take with you when you are carting kids to and from after-school activities. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  • 115
    Annette says:

    I haven’t tried them either. I only took up card making as a hobby a year ago, and frankly, I don’t get the time do projects as often as I’d like to. So I decided I wouldn’t wnt to start building a collection of stitch dies. When it comes to working with fibres, I think I’m more of a knitter than someone who likes needle work. Some projects were lovely, though.

  • 116
    Lois says:

    No I have not tried the dies. Sewing is not my best talent!!!

  • 117
    cindy says:

    I haven’t tried any yet, but that may change. They are so cute!

  • 118
    Charity Chamberlain says:

    Unfortunately I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies yet. I haven’t tried them yet because I have health issues that affect my hands so I fear that the stitching might be to much for me to do. I would love to stitch though as it always looks so fantastic and beautiful when I see others do it. I just need to get up the gumption to try it, I just might be able to do it after all.

  • 119

    No, I haven’t. BUT because I LOVE the stitched look and because I cannot sew worth anything, I think I’d like to try it!! Thank you for offering this giveaway!!

  • 120
    Dawn Z says:

    I have not yet tried Erin’s stitching dies, but I am so inspired by these hoop dies! I used to be an avid cross stitcher, and left it behind for paper crafts. What a wonderful way to combine the two!

  • 121
    Teresa F. says:

    I haven’t but would love to soon! Love all the ideas and designs and need to get over my fear of not being able to recreate those!

  • 122
    Sherah says:

    Yes! I have the Christmas Kit, the coin purse, key fob and several buttons, ladybugs, eggs and other accessories to stitch onto them. I think my favorite is the coin purse. Or maybe the ornaments. Too hard to choose!!!! One thing I love is they are teaching my girls about sewing – nice even stitches, the holes make an easy template to follow and always a big sense of accomplishment when the finish.

  • 123
    Jan G says:

    They are cute, but I haven’t tried any of the stitched dies because they just not me.

  • 124

    I have not, the stitching game is not my thing! Love looking at all the wonderful post though….so creative!

  • 125
    Erica says:

    No I haven’t yet ๐Ÿ™ I always was “afraid” of them LOL. Erin though might have pushed me over though!!

  • 126
    Arianna Barbara says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies because I’m a newbie and I started crafting only few months ago. I hope to bel able to use these amazing products as soon as possible!!!!

  • 127
    Kathie B says:

    I haven’t tried them…it seems that each month at release time there are so many other great things that I just MUST have that I haven’t been able to afford branching out and trying something outside of my comfort zone. If only a big inheritance might come my way…

  • 128
    Susan P says:

    I have several of Erin’s stitching dies and love using them! Although I also do alot of wool applique without holes cut out for me, sometimes it’s nice to use these stitching dies where I don’t have to think about evenly spacing my stitches since the holes already do that for me. My favorite dies are the Primitive Heart and the Clever barrettes. I was just teaching my 3 and year old granddaughters to stitch using the Primitive heart. They did pretty good – with some help!

  • 129
    Donna says:

    I own several stitching dies…the needle book, the coin purse and some of the flowers and medallions. I just recently purchased some felt and now I just need to find the time! I really love the stitching dies in this release. I’ll be ordering more!!

  • 130
    Marci Snee says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies. I barely have enough time to make cards and it just looks very time consuming. I have wanted to try felt on my cards for a texture element, but haven’t purchased any as of yet. I’m not sure what colors to start with. The stitching projects are so cute, but they’re just not me.

  • 131
    Cyndie says:

    I’ve not tried them; I’m not much of a stitcher I’m afraid. They certainly are cute though!

  • 132
    Sharon E says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies yet. I do like hand stitching on some of my cards and scrapbook pages, so I may to try the dies to add some new elements to my projects!

  • 133
    Colleen C. says:

    I have not tried one yet, but I really am intrigued by them. This release has a lot of cute stitching dies and I have several on my wish list. I do love the texture that stitching on cards provides.

  • 134
    Jona says:

    I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies but they are so cute! The problem is you have so many things I want I have to limit myself at some point!

  • 135
    Keri says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies! I’ve made a few of the Scissor keepers. I like the seasonal stitching dies best…the shapes that you can add to any project…or they can just stand alone.

  • 136
    Vickie Z says:

    I do not have any of them…I think it is a time thing for me. BUT, I really love this hoop series!!

  • 137
    Carol says:

    I have tried many of the stitching dies. I loved the needle book and scissor keeper. I made them for stocking stuffers for all the women in my family this year.

  • 138
    Jan Butler says:

    All new and never used. Need to purchase to enjoy.

  • 139
    Shirley Robelotto says:

    I haven’t tried any yet, but they are on my “must try” list.

  • 140
    Crisanne D. says:

    I have not tried any of Erin’s dies yet. I loved how easily she made adding zippers to the coin purse (i think it was)! What’s stopping me? I am actually allergic to metal, and hand stitching causes me to break out in welts on my fingers ๐Ÿ™

  • 141
    carol says:

    No, I haven’t tried the stitching dies but I so want to, as cross-stitching is one of my passions. I definitely have plenty of thread and needles! Stopping me: our low Canadian dollar. Thank you for yet another fabulous release…
    ~carol

  • 142
    GinaEgg says:

    I have Erin’s barettes dies and the coin purse die set. I have really enjoyed the things I’ve made – and so have the gift recipients!

  • 143
    Carol says:

    I have tried many of the stitching dies. The needle book and scissor keeper are my favorites. I made them for stocking stuffers for all the women in my family this year.

  • 144
    betsy l says:

    As a coffee drinking, I have to say I love the coffee cozy! It’s def. a great gift to make too!

  • 145
    Karen Bryan says:

    I can’t go there!!!!!!! As it is, I have to live to 300 to use up all my stuff, lol.

  • 146
    Barbara Schmidt says:

    I have used the numbers but would rather stamp than sew anything at this time in my crafting life!

  • 147

    I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies but would love to! Lack of a crafting budget is stopping me =o(

  • 148
    Betty Sue says:

    I just bought the baby booties and I’m having a blast making them!!! I am not a sewer but these little booties are adorable for gifts and because they are wool felt they can make adorable Christmas ornaments for baby after they are worn!!

  • 149
    Dee says:

    I have the baby booties as well as the barrettes. My grand-daughter loves the barrettes as she has “pretties” that none of her friends have!

  • 150
    Shannon says:

    No I haven’t because I don’t have a die cut machine! I have an electronic cutting machine and don’t know if I can justify owning both. Besides, I think I am more interested in stamping right now.

  • 151
    marcy says:

    No. I think they are a great way to add fun new elements to cards and make wonderful gifts but they look so time consuming and I don’t have the time right now.

  • 152

    I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies yet but I do like them and think that she has come up with some fabulous ideas. I only have so many dollars to spend on my stamping addiction and right now I am into trying different techniques with different colouring and painting mediums.

  • 153
    sue says:

    Have not yet tried them……tho i do think they are quite wonderful!!

  • 154
    Deane says:

    I have a lot of her stitching dies!! I love them all!! I’ve made Christmas trees, baby booties, key fobs,… I don’t know if I have a favorite. Too hard to pick.

  • 155
    Kristin R. *jcmom04* says:

    I haven’t tried her stitching dies yet, but I’ve done the barrettes for my daughter. She’s done a few of the American Girl projects and as she gets older if she is still interested in sewing projects for friends… Erin’s are the only ones we will be looking at! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 156
    Laura O. says:

    I haven’t tried any of them. Mostly because I really prefer to make just cards and I don’t see them as ideal for cards.

  • 157
    AllysonA says:

    I have not tried them! *sad face* And the only thing stopping me is my wallet. I’m not much of a stitcher, so I default to the stamping supplies. But with the onslaught of stitching supplies this week, I am thinking my daughter would LOVE to have all of these! She is such a crafty chick and loves a good project.

  • 158
    Sara Mac says:

    I have not tried those yet although I love the DT projects using them. I’m still not sure they fit with my style. Waiting…

  • 159
    Susan G. says:

    I have several of the stitching dies, my favorite for the holidays was the beaded holiday kit, they made adorable gift card holders! Also, just purchased the rectangle tray die, can’t wait to make some of them for gifts. Love the stitching dies, they make sewing so easy and fun!!

  • 160
    Steffi H. says:

    I didn’t tried them (yet), because I’m not much into sewing, but the look great and I thin I have to reconsider this. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 161
    Teresa Porter says:

    I have the hair clip dies and have made them. So cute and fun to make!

  • 162
    Jill A says:

    I have the beaded holiday kit and I got it after Christmas. I have not used it yet but will have a head start on Christmas projects this year.

  • 163
    Jessica kerr says:

    I’ve got the trays and rectangles and am loving them, not just for card making (for the rectangles) but also for sewing!

  • 164
    Sandy Kay says:

    I’ve tried quite a few, but my favorites are Stitched Rectangles, Stitched Circles, Stitched Swirls & Seasonal Stitching Birds.

  • 165
    Carrie Sheridan says:

    I haven’t tried any of them yet. I think anything to do with sewing kind of intimidates me, although I love the look of it!

  • 166
    Terri Bills says:

    I have the bird die and the coffee cozy. I haven’t tried either since I have gotten them. I guess I am a little nervous about the stitching part. I haven’t done anything like that before.

  • 167
    Pat Phillps says:

    Yes! I would say I have most of them. A favorite would be too hard because I enjoy all that I have. I love the recent trays and the primitive hearts I have used quite a bit. Stamping is my thing – but the stitching is so relaxing and enjoy the results. Look forward to purchasing the newest ones today.

  • 168
    Betty Benton says:

    No, I have not tried any yet, with “yet” being the operative word. I used to do a lot of counted cross stitch as an adult and lots of embroidery as a girl, so maybe now’s the time!

  • 169
    Laura Gaechter says:

    I have the coin purse II die set. I love it. I plan on purchasing the sewing staples die set soon, because I love needle books. I still have one that my Great Aunt made for me when I was learning to embroider when I was about 7 years old.

  • 170
    Ohhh Snap says:

    I have many of her stitching dies, but not all (yet). My favorite basic that hasn’t been developed yet would be a set of holes only in various square and rectangles, my favorite developed basic is the embroidery strip and my favorite 3D is the baby booties (even though I know no one that needs them yet lol).

    My favorite gift to give is scissor keepers customized for the recipient. One size fits all and the possibilities are pretty much endless, especially with needlefelting or custom stitching non-stitch die cuts.

  • 171
    Kristinkat2 says:

    No I don’t have any of the dies. Having only o much time and money, I prefer to invest in the hobbies I already do. While the projects the DT creates are lovely, I am not going into handstitching unless it is for quilting. Thanks for asking.

  • 172

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies yet but feel I’ll try one at some point.

  • 173
    Christine R says:

    Yes, I have made stuffies with Erin’s original stitching dies. They are so easy and fun!

  • 174
    Colleen B. says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet, but love seeing the creativity from Erin and PTI’s DT. I would definitely incorporate the dies into my card-making projects.

  • 175
    Carol S says:

    For me the baby bootees are the top – I enjoyed making the purses too though!

  • 176
    Linda Wickett says:

    I have MOST of them. They are how I found PTI…I was surfing for “stitching dies”. It’s hard to pick a favorite….but the one I’ve used MOST is my first…Barrett Covers! I have a couple dies from “other” companies and they are not even CLOSE to Erin’s!

  • 177
    Norma spendlove says:

    I bought he super cute softies kit and love it!

  • 178
    Julie says:

    I have the cluster of flowers die and love to add little felt accents to projects.

  • 179
    Mindy says:

    I don’t have any of the stitching dies yet because I’m kind of intimidated by the sewing part.The examples are always cute though!

  • 180
    Amy R says:

    I have the barrettes and love making them. The hoop art is fabulous!

  • 181
    Terri E. says:

    Yes we have a bunch! I don’t know that I have a favorite. We use the coin purse and the softie dies the most so far, but I love them all!

  • 182
    Maile says:

    I have not. I just don’t have the space for an additional craft. Must stick with paper.

  • 183
    Cheryl F. says:

    I haven’t tried them, because my wish list is really, really long. ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope to get some of them soon, though~

  • 184
    janet says:

    Yes, I have tried the booties – even made them from paper – they turned out beautifully!
    I have also made the coin purses, but as yet none of the newer ones. Fabulous range ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 185
    Erin says:

    I have tried a few and yes they work wonderfully! I love how much detail it adds to a project.

  • 186
    Bette Manning says:

    I have made several, I love the scissors holder and needle keeper, have given many as gifts.

  • 187
    Little Mabel says:

    The Primitive hearts are my favorite, but I have a few others that used as well. Pre-perforated cuts are so quick to assemble, especially since arthritis in my hands has developed.
    All of her designs show a detailed attention to detail,
    One cannot miss with these.

  • 188
    S. Molinari says:

    I haven’t tried them…yet. I am obsessed by stamping right now. But they are tempting ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 189

    I have not tried them yet but I am still really loving the cute little purses so maybe the time has come to give it a whirl. Cheers.

  • 190
    Marsha says:

    I purchased the stitched coasters when they were released but hate to say….I have not yet used them! ๐Ÿ™

  • 191
    Diana K says:

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies yet but I do think they’re amazing and love what other people have made with them. I really don’t enjoy sewing. I think I’m allergic to needles.

  • 192
    Linda Wickett says:

    Awesome!

  • 193
    Jamie says:

    I used the stitching dies from the Stampafaire kit last year. I’m not sure if I’m sold on them, they are very time intensive. I’m sure for the right occasion though, I could find a use for them!

  • 194
    Megan Carroll says:

    I have not yet as there has not been room in my budget….maybe if I win a GC I could!

  • 195
    Mary Kay Ross says:

    I used to make a lot of things with stitching. I switched to cards and scrapbooking after I retired from teaching and loved it. So, I guess stitching dies is my next big conquest. Love your release!!!

  • 196
    Debi W says:

    I have not tried them. My stitching is for quilts and hand appliquรฉ. I think her dies are adorable, but not anything I would do. I love to make cards and most of them are not heavily embellished.

  • 197
    Leslie559 says:

    No, I haven’t, although I did get both the circle and the rectangle shaped set. I’ve used them with paper, but not with any actual thread. I would get overwhelmed adding another craft…LOL. They are always very pretty, however.

  • 198
    Candice L. says:

    I haven’t tried them yet thought I find them gorgeous. I think they are time consuming and I won’t use them often.

  • 199
    Nancy Penir says:

    The Christmas dies were my favorite! Erin did a crumpled ‘leathery’ look with kraft paper, which melted my heart! Did a half dozen of those for special gifts, and they won over every recipient! Honestly the gifts were second to the love shown to the tags! Just ordered her Stitched Folk Flower dies. Can’t wait to add those to my projects!

  • 200
    Chris says:

    I first needed to make birthday cards, and also get finished with the tax returns. This was my first time without help, and being an artist instead of an accountant, it took some doing! Now I plan to spend my days relaxing on the deck surrounded with felt.

  • 201

    I haven’t tried any stitching dies. I’m not a seamstress and, with so many other wonderful choices from Papertrey, the stitching dies just don’t make the list. Sorry.

  • 202
    Jane C. says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies for the ease of construction. My favorite stitching project
    So far was a pair of booties for a very special couple and their new little one.

  • 203
    Albena says:

    No, and I probably won’t. They are so lovely, but I like paper craft.

  • 204
    Karen Walker says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. The projects made with them are absolutely beautiful, but I’m reluctant to go back to stitching projects. (I was a seamstress before I started paper crafting years ago.) Maybe someday, but I haven’t found anything that I thought I could give to multiple people.

  • 205
    Cynthia says:

    I have not, they are all super cute but I do not make these kinds of gift items. Also, I do not do winter holiday crafts or children’s items. So they do not fit my situation and I would not get just to use on cards. But I love looking at all the projects!

  • 206
    Patty J says:

    I own the baby booties and the softies kits – and I love them both! The recipients of the items are thrilled too, and I have a quick and thoughtful baby gift ready in no time. I also love the holly die – made a fab pillow for Christmas decor. It’s the gift that keeps on giving for PTI; I am always in need of more felt. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 207

    I haven’t tried them but they look like they would be fun. I will have to get some

  • 208
    Terri (Blindstamper) says:

    No, but I might try them just for dies. I am legally blind and cannot see enough detail to stitch, but some of them would be cute with just the holes left alone.

  • 209
    Kim Badelt says:

    I absolutely love Erin’s stitching dies and have heaps including the first pencil case die and lots of the embellishment dies like the lady bug. I still have many more on my list too!

  • 210
    Sharon W. says:

    No I haven’t tried one yet. Not sure stitching is my thing. Have tried other sewing projects, but I really prefer paper!

  • 211
    Sarah Fisher says:

    I have some of the dies and love the coffee cozy. The coin purse is a little more daunting because of the zippers. I’m also not very good at sewing, so anything that requires detailed stitching is not for me. Love her designs, though!

  • 212
    Rita says:

    I haven’t tried them as I’m intimidated by the idea of any type of sewing! I would like to try them and maybe I’ll get the courage up to do that soon! They are so tempting!

  • 213
    Aimee Grey says:

    I’ve made the coffee cozy with different embellishments and love them. The stitching holes make it so easy do!

  • 214
    Marianne says:

    I haven’t tried any because stitching is not really my thing. Besides, there are so many other card making techniques I still need to try and so many as yet unused supplies in my stash…

  • 215
    Tiffany R. says:

    I haven’t tried them yet. Don’t really have a reason why. I do want to try them.

  • 216
    Pat A. says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet because of arthritis in my hands, but I really want to make some scissors keepers. So maybe some day I will break down and buy that die!

  • 217
    Suzanne A. says:

    Yes! I have the Holiday Stitching kit and I’ve used it many times to make ornaments.

  • 218
    Chris Cross says:

    I love Erin’s dies!! I have not used any of them yet but really admire the projects. My biggest reason for not buying any is that I really don’t have time for any more bad habits right now.

  • 219
    Ann Merry says:

    No, I haven’t tried them. The projects are pretty, but I have done all kinds of sewing for almost 60 years and now prefer to do projects that can be accomplished quickly. Most of my sewing time these days involves my commercial embroidery machine for creation of gifts, and then I spend my crafting time to create the cards.

  • 220
    Mel H says:

    I love them but I haven’t tried any yet. I’ve been unemployed for almost a year and money is very tight sadly.

  • 221
    MissAnn says:

    I have not tried them. They are VERY cute, but just not ‘my style’.

  • 222
    jill says:

    No, I’ve not tried any of the stitching dies. For me, there are just so many other neat things to play with, I am not certain I want to branch out in that direction. Projects are cute, though!

  • 223
    Margaret Fitzke says:

    I have the barrette die and love it! so easy to use and adorable when finished!

  • 224
    Catherine Milne says:

    I have the little stitched hearts set. I put twine through the little holes and they look super cute on cards.

  • 225
    Brinda says:

    I have not tried any of the dies yet but would love to! I am from Australia and as postage is very expensive, I end up ordering the things I need more.

  • 226

    I do a lot of cross stitch so I’m looking forward to using the coin purse die I purchased. That project is on my ‘to do’ list very soon.

  • 227
    Silke Ledlow says:

    YES, I actually have a few of Erin’s stitching dies. My favorite is the coin purse….I love that my youngest daughter and I have fun crafting something new together! Keep more dies coming!

  • 228
    Carrie K says:

    Tried Erin’s stitching dies??? You bet!! They are so much fun and so easy! My favorite, hands down, is the coffee cozy dies! I love to make a custom felt coffee cozy to put on a goodie-stuffed coffee cup for teacher gifts. It’s always fun to make and they make a huge impression for a budget-friendly gift. Thanks to PTI and Erin!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 229
    Kristie H says:

    Erin has been creating some amazing stitching dies. I just don’t see me creating enough of them to justify getting them. But I would love to see her do another necklace die set!

  • 230
    Tanja S. says:

    I have enjoyed watching the stitching die releases especially the earlier ones like the barettes. I don’t feel like i would give many of the dies enough use however, perhaps i would in the future when I have grand children (at the moment all our kids and nephews and nieces are teenagers and young adults).

  • 231

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet. I have done my share of sewing and embroidering but not sure if I want to go in that direction at this time. Too many fun things to do with paper, ink/paint and stamps. But they are adorable and very tempting . . .

  • 232
    Alisyn says:

    Yes!! I LOVE Erin’s stitching dies! I have loved making felt animals from her Softies kit, as well as several different sets of seasonal ornaments for a decorative tabletop tree that I have. But my favorite has probably been her needle book and scissor keeper dies. I’ve made those as gifts and people love them!! So excited to try the new hoopla dies, can’t wait to make some wall hangings for my baby daughter’s room ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep the stitching dies coming, Erin!!

  • 233
    lainey says:

    I haven’t tried them but they all look cute and fun to make! I have enough to do with stamping projects right now, but perhaps in the future…..

  • 234
    Debbi V says:

    I haven’t tried any of her stitching dies yet mainly because no funds. All my money goes into cancer treatments. But if I win, I will be sure to try them. They look beautiful and therapeutic.

  • 235
    ljhart says:

    The key fob. So quick to make and a fun little gift.

  • 236
    Rosemary D says:

    I own the stitching lines and stitched word dies, but that is it. i don’t purchase more because my crafting dollars are limited and honestly i have no need for them. having said that i do think that erin is an amazingly clever and creative designer and i know that she (and PTI) is the reason why other companies out there have now jumped on the stitching dies bandwagon!

  • 237

    I haven’t tried any of your stitching sets, but recently tried another brand, and really enjoyed the process! So I’ll be checking out your offerings. I have always loved your felt selections, and hope that you’ll keep more of them in stock.

  • 238
    AMY Cooley says:

    I haven’t had the opportunity to try the stitched dies but they are definitely on my wishlist!

  • 239
    JanetB says:

    I am tempted every time new stitching dies are released, but have not jumped into that one. I am addicted to stamping, die cutting, and painting at this point, and not ready to add another one.

  • 240
    Melanie P says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet. I have noticed more and more ideas with the stitching on cards and this definitely appeals to me. Sooo… I will probably be buying some soon, after all Mother’s Day is just around the corner. thanks you PTI for the inspiration.

  • 241
    Lisa R. says:

    No, I have not tried the stitching dies. As lovely and tempting as they are, my eyesight is not so good and sewing strains my eyes, gives me headaches. i have to stick with papercrafting.

  • 242
    Beth says:

    LOVE the stitching dies. I have used the make a softie dies the most…the softies make such great personal gifts.

  • 243
    Mimi R says:

    No I haven’t used of any Erin’s dies but I do have the stitched alphas and use that die all the time.

  • 244
    Rebecca F. says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet, but I am tempted to buy them every time! They are adorable, but I’m not sure that I would use them over and over.

  • 245
    Linda E (uncbballfan) says:

    I’ve tried many, many of them. I have to say the Sewing Staples kit has been my favorite, because sewing, either by hand or machine, has always been near and dear to my heart. Using that kit is one of the few times I’ve made something specifically for myself!

  • 246
    Maureen P says:

    No, I haven’t tried them. I’m more of a paper crafter. However, I do enjoy seeing what everyone creates with the felt.

  • 247
    Tracy says:

    yes, I have tried them, the Stuffed animals are my favorite. Also love the pencil case.

  • 248
    Cathy Yamashita says:

    I have the Stitched Tag and Holly dies, which I have used to make really cute holiday gift card holders.

  • 249
    Judy Stiles says:

    Have not tried the stitching dies yet, but know they are very trendy right now. May have to give them a try!

  • 250
    Sabine M. says:

    Beautiful release! All the projects are adorable! ?
    No, I haven’t tried stitching dies yet. I’m afraid that I have no talent for stitching.
    Love everything felt though ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 251
    JoAnn H says:

    I am not a person who sees but loving the coin purse as a favourite so that would be the one I try if I win ?

  • 252
    Kailash says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies. I am intrigued by them but have been playing more with stamps and papercrafting seems more easier for me. I just don’t trust my sewing skills as much as working with paper:-)))

  • 253
    Donna K says:

    I used the stocking and mitten dies to make some really cute gift and gift card holders. I also have the coin purse dies. they’re so easy and fun. even my 9 year old niece made a coin purse with just a little help. She was so excited with what she had made. Erin’s videos and instructions are amazing.

  • 254

    No, I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies as I am not into sewing. ๐Ÿ˜›

    But if there is a chance, I would like to try!:)

  • 255
    Stephanie C says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies yet. But I think I will start with the adorable cupcake to get started!

  • 256
    Tracy K says:

    I tried the one in last year’s Stamp-a-Faire kit. They don’t really appeal to me… Also, my budget is dedicated to stamps, and garment and quilting fabric.

  • 257
    Keysha Sain says:

    At first I was intimidated by the stitching dies – I just didn’t think I could do it , for some reason. I ended up buying the Softies kit and fell in love! Since then I have purchased both coin purse dies, the alphabet stitching dies and a few others. I love these dies!!! Not only do I have a fun time creating with them, but so do my nieces.

  • 258
    Cathy Weber says:

    Erin’s stitching dies got me started on another new hobby…sewing! I love the softie dies the most but I also use my needle keeper almost every single day too!

  • 259
    Emma S. says:

    I never was a sewer, so I am still apprehensive. I know they look easy so I might just have to take the plunge. I do Like the Hoopla set!

  • 260
    Judy Larson says:

    No I have not yet. I am ordering two sets today and can’t wait to make some cards with them. I am making some card items for an on-line Eagle watchers auction. And I am going to make 6 One Year of Cards packs (one card appropriate for each month) and hoping each kit earns them $50 each. I will be using many items including these I Have purchased from you. Would be honored if you picked me for this contest.

  • 261
    Debs says:

    I bought the Softie kit and I love it. It’s how I first started crafting over 50 years ago, by learning to sew. So…pun intended…I love combining my paper crafting passion with sewing.

  • 262
    Lisa Dolson says:

    I have the baby boogie dies and they are adorable!

  • 263
    Sally Gainer says:

    I haven’t tried any of these yet. They are a bit small for an old lady!

  • 264
    Carolyn says:

    I began by making a paper card from the very first kit introduced by Erin, I liked the results, but I needed some wool felt in some of the pretty colors PTI offers. I knew as soon as I saw them that this would be something I would eventually do with my grandkids , for others and my own enjoyment of handwork. Right now my priority is finishing wedding invitations for a friend’s small wedding , but when that is off my plate, I can’t wait to begin in earnest!

  • 265
    Bobbi-Jo says:

    Design a Softie was my first stitching kit and my favorite. After that I started to collect more stitching dies. They are easy and fun for creating homemade gifts and projects.

  • 266

    Stitching is not my thing. However, having said that, I LOVE the result and have thought about trying it out. Such clever dies, makes it look easy.

  • 267
    LindaCC says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies…just not my style or desire. But they are really cute!

  • 268

    SQUEAL!!I’m a HUGE FAN of Erin’s Stitching Dies and I have quit the Collection!! =) My FAVORITES are the Softies Die Collection (I bought the Kit) the Baby Booties, Coin Purses, and the Barrette Covers!! I use them OFTEN for GIFTS and such and I even bought the Softies Die Set for my 12 Year Old Niece for Christmas!! =) We made them while they were Visiting and she just LOVED them and said she’d LOVE to make them for and with her Friends!! She WAS SO HAPPY when she opened the Package and that MADE MY DAY!! Looking forward to ALL of the FUN Stitching Dies to come in the FUTURE!! =) Have a FABULOU RELEASE WEEKEND!! =)

  • 269
    Alesa says:

    I have almost all of them & they are wonderful! The Scissor keeper, larger folded flap purse, the Softie doll & snowman are my favorites, but I seriously love all of them.

  • 270
    Bailey harrison says:

    I have not yet tried the stitched dies, but they are all so cute and I want to try. The hoopla dies are just adorable, and I would love the coin purse. Hopefully April will be the month to try!!

  • 271
    Melissa Duncan says:

    I love to make my friends who are expecting the baby booties. The little spats are my favorites to make.

  • 272
    karen b says:

    I fell in love with the Coin Purse II die. I used to do a good deal of needlework and smocking and this has rekindled my love of stitchery! I have given lots as gifts and everyone loves them! That sweet rainbow nightlight is going to be one of my next projects!

  • 273

    I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies yet but they are so cute and creative!! Maybe one day . . .

  • 274
    Craftyfield says:

    I haven’t yet! I considered the phone case last year but sewing really isn’t my forte, even with the holes already made for me!

  • 275
    Kathy says:

    Not. Yet,! But will soon. Love the designs!

  • 276
    amy gutknecht says:

    No I haven’t. I think they are really cute, but all my fun money is going toward stamp sets right now. Maybe someday… when I find more fun money!

  • 277
    June K says:

    Scissor covers are my favorite. They are just SO fun to make. I went crazy and made about two dozen for gifts. Did I already say they are so fun to make?

  • 278
    Karen Hetherington says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies yet. I sewed a lot many years ago .I really prefer stamping.

  • 279

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet! I’ve never been good at sewing, my mother, bless her heart, tried to teach me when I was younger but I wasn’t interested at that age! But these dies make it look like even I could sew!

  • 280
    Mac Mable says:

    No I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies yet!!! I wasn’t sure it was going to be my thing but after the inspiration I will be giving them a go x Thank you for all the wonderful inspiration, it’s been fabulous!

  • 281
    betty lou says:

    I haven’t because I’ve never been a seamstress, and stitching is kind of scary, haha!! I love how it looks, though! It reminds me of my grandmother’s handiwork!!

  • 282
    Emily M. says:

    No, I haven’t. I am not much of a seamstress, and I have such a limited amount of time in my craft room (as well as a somewhat limited budget) that I tend to stick with what I know works. Not that I don’t enjoy seeing what others create with them! I’m jealous that some do such remarkable things with them. Maybe some day!

  • 283

    I have not tried any of the stitching products. I LOVE them; but, my hands are too arthritic to sew anymore and I’m too young for that.
    Great release! Lovin’ the new dies!!!!

  • 284
    Leslie Scholes says:

    I too have most of the stitching dies and love them all. Erin has made them so easy to use. My current favorites are the barrette covers and the new trays.

  • 285
    Kathryn A says:

    I do have some stitching dies, but haven’t made felt decorations. I use them for accents on cards, only, at this point. I’m not much for sewing…

  • 286
    Betty N says:

    No, I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet. Right now, I just have time to stamp during my spare time. Perhaps when I retire.

  • 287
    Marianne M says:

    I’m no stranger to hand stitching and needle arts, contentedly working for hours on projects; but I’ve had great fun making Erin’s coin purses and phone cases and they go together so quickly and easily! Thanks Erin! and PTI!

  • 288
    Lennie says:

    I have not tired any yet, mainly because I haven’t had time to be crafty! I am hoping to change that soon and spend sometime making and creating things with my Papertrey Ink products!

  • 289
    Jennifer T says:

    I have not tried any stitching dies yet. They sure do look like fun! Love this new release.

  • 290
    Elise S. says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies yet. I think I was nervous about them because I’ve never ever sewn anything in my life. But they look simple enough and many of the designs are just beautiful so I would love to try.

  • 291
    Ann Lind says:

    I bought the coin purse die and every color of felt and have made several purses for myself and for gifts. All of the dies are really pretty I would love to buy the scissor holder and needle holder they are on my wish list.

  • 292
    Susan G says:

    No, I haven’t tried them yet. They are really beautiful, but stitching just isn’t my style. I am more of the paper layering type. I love seeing all of the projects and quite often get inspiration from the projects.

  • 293

    No,haven’t tried any yet but after tonight I will hopefully be the owner of stitched scallops to make Kay Miller’s little flowers.

  • 294
    Bernadette M says:

    I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies. The last time I tried to stitch something was in home ec class over 30 years ago – just not my thing.

  • 295
    Amanda says:

    I have a few of them. My favorite is the star from the Christmas kit, but I also really love the barrettes. The lines have been on my wish list for awhile. To be able to magically add stitch lines to things seems heavenly.

  • 296
    Kathy says:

    I haven’t yet tried the stitching dies. While I know they don’t necessarily need to be actually stitched, they do look so pretty when they are – I’m just not into stitching and making those types of projects (although the creations the DT make are amazing!)

  • 297
    Priscilla says:

    I have not used any of Erin’s stitching dies yet but will hopefully be filling my cart at 10pm. I loved all of them so it definitely is going to be hard to choose.

  • 298
    Teresa Brada says:

    No, I have not tried them. I just haven’t let myself jump into another addiction to add to my PTI wish list!!

  • 299
    Katie Skiff says:

    I LOVE Erin’s stitching line!! The ideas are endless and I cannot wait to get all of these too!!

  • 300
    Noelle says:

    I haven’t tried them yet either =( With kiddos crafting time is hard to find, and the craft fund is on a budget. But the dies look so neat, I can see it as a good hobbie to do with the kids, or an evening craft when I watch tv with the hubby, or a craft I could travel with! So maybe one day =)

  • 301
    Brenda Kuder says:

    I have the rectangle stitched dies. I don’t like to stitch because I have arthritis in my hands but I do think they are amazing.

  • 302
    Rosali says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet! I do like seing pictures of projects made with them, but I guess crafting with paper is always my first pick instead of sewing things. Plus, I have a limited budget ;).

  • 303
    StephH says:

    Yes! I have several, my favorite being the Coin Pocket die, both sets. (Love inserting those zippers ?) These are great projects to do together with my pre-teen granddaughters when they visit.

  • 304
    Michelle says:

    I own some but I haven’t tried any yet – why? I guess I just haven’t made the time! I definitely should…so much cuteness!

  • 305

    I haven’t tried them yet. I usually don’t have much spending money, so I usually purchase just the stamps and dies.

  • 306
    LauraJane:) says:

    I Do have the new Stitched Folk Flower Die but have not taken to creating a project. TIME is the excuse…and I just really like working with ink and paper! Hoping to try using it on paper soon!!

  • 307
    Janet Jennings says:

    I’ve got the softie dies but haven’t used them as I had hoped. Erin’s new designs are very cute and fun to look at.

  • 308
    Bev says:

    No I’ve not tried them but they are on my wishlist for sure!

  • 309
    Brandi R says:

    Love this release! I have not tried any of the stitched dies yet. Definitely on my wish list โ™ฅ

  • 310
    Bev says:

    No I have not tried any but they are on my wishlist for sure!

  • 311
    Priscilla from CA says:

    No, not yet. I’m not a very good at hand sewing.

  • 312
    Connie Fisher says:

    I haven’t tried them yet….I guess they keep getting pushed aside on my ordering because there are so many stamps, dies, new colors for paper/ink and cover plates that I want each month. Their time will come I’m sure =)

  • 313
    Sue says:

    I have tried the Christmas tree. I like projects that look really polished! Erin has created many cute projects.

  • 314
    kimgyu says:

    I LOVE the stitched dies! The first set I purchased was the Christmas set in a Market kit release. Instead of tags last year, I made stitched ornaments to adorn packages. They were a hit! It’s a great activity to do while you’re watching tv or hanging out with the family casually listening to the end of the day conversations!

  • 315

    No, I haven’t tried the stitching dies. I make so many cards for my mission sales, I really don’t have time to stitch.
    I have bought a few dies to use for cards, love those.
    They are all amazing, tho!

  • 316
    TamiBabs says:

    I have several of Erin’s stitching dies – love them!! I made the scissor keeper as Christmas gifts – big hit. Keep ’em coming!

  • 317
    Natasha says:

    I haven’t tried any of them yet. I love the look of stitching, but find it frustrating to do, especially on cards. Although I suppose these dies take out all of the guess work. I’ll have to give them a shot!

  • 318
    Greta H says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet. I’m not sure what needles to use & don’t want to get something I won’t use when my wishlist is a mile long! Wish I could go to a class using them & just buy what I need there! I miss those days of classes & products in person, but it’s better for my budget–haha!

  • 319
    lisa808 says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitched dies yet, though there are quite a few that I would like to try ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 320
    merryf says:

    Erin’s stitching dies are all so adorable and clever. I wonder if I could make patches on a denim jacket.

  • 321
    Linda Sodano says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet. I don’t enjoy stitching. I would rather stamp and color!

  • 322
    Donna Kay says:

    No I have not tried the stitching dies, Looks like a lot of work, and right now I don’t have the time to do it.

  • 323
    KathyFL57 says:

    I have the barrette dies and LOVE them. I am the go to person when any little girl needs that special touch in her hair. The barrettes are just perfect

  • 324
    Nancy G says:

    I have tried Erin’s stitching dies, probably like the stitched tag, butterfly and the scissors keeper the best.

  • 325
    Pam Hollie says:

    I would love to try but using my $$ for summer family birthday, mother’s day and father’s day cards. Hopefully I can buy some in the summer when things calm down. I love them all, but the bicycle is my favorite.

  • 326
    vicki says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet – the fear of another addiction is what is stopping me!

  • 327
    Colleen F says:

    I have tried a couple of them, a heart, a bird, when the little purse die came out! so easy to use!

  • 328
    abrash says:

    I don’t own any yet – but these new ones sure are cool! This might be the time!

  • 329
    Marcie Rhys says:

    No, I have not tried any of the stitching dies. If I had a young person in my life, I would be buying some of them, as they offer a fabulous way to make a well put together item, especially for those who are not comfortable with sewing.

    Any item that gets folks hooked on your felt (the best quality and colors on the market) is a good thing, as Martha would say. I love to do hand sewing, and the more difficult and petite, the better. There are so many sewing projects on my to-do list, that I wouldn’t take on any new ones. I have been tempted though, to get some of the smaller design elements, because the stitching and small felt pieces make such beautiful color combined adornments, for cards, as well as felt creations.

    Once a week, I get together with my artist friends (at my house), and they have become totally smitten with Papertrey. Using your stamps and dies makes instant converts out of every user. We ALL say the same thing every release, “Papertrey offers too many goods every month!” Now we don’t need to buy everything we see, but if things like expensive sewing dies (and you are the cheapest out there), were released at a slower pace, you might sell more. (We’re all on budgets, even though when I add up what I’ve bought from you over the years, I experience buyer’s shock.)

    This probably seems oxymoronic, but knowing that you will be moving on to loads of new items the next month, means we hold back, anticipating the need to conserve our crafting money. There are SO many great products from the past, and they are SO hard to find for novices to your site (as well as someone like me, who has been with you for nearly a decade), that you might not be making the best sales from your products. For instance, do you know that there are products that have remained virtually invisible since their creation. Your fabulous Favor It Box – Shaker Basket has remained almost 100% hidden unless you know its exact name. Two days ago when I went to look at your dies in the store, I did not find ANY of the Favor It dies. (It may be there somewhere, but I didn’t find them.) If I really want to find an item of yours, I frequently use Google, because it will be faster than your store site. A search engine with some of the properties of Google, allowing for wrong word order and spelling mistakes, might really increase sales. (This method was needed, especially when looking at your latest Vault list, because many of the sets couldn’t be found by copying and pasting the names into the search box at the store.)

    All said, this means most of your business is done with the new items each month, because it is so impossible to find prior released merchandise. (There are five in my crafting group, and we all think your site is the hardest to use of any craft sites out there.) We keep coming back, but only because your designs are the best in the industry. This does mean though, that previously released items get short shift.

    By now, you may be thinking I’m no expert, but my five crafting friends are brilliant women, and we are of like-minds. All of your products are fabulous, and we would all love to see you become the biggest stamping company in the world.

    Thank you for taking all the time to read this comment. I will always follow you and be tempted to buy, and do so. Papertrey is a powerhouse of creativity, and it will always be a part of mine, and my friends’ lives.

  • 330
    JulieZ says:

    I have the original coin purse die (so I guess that’s my favorite lol) and a few of the add-on decorations. I loved that this die is not only decorative, but also practical. I also enjoyed showing my daughter some of her first hand sewing with this!

  • 331
    Tammy W says:

    I just recently purchased the key fob and thought I’d start out small to try them out. As in all my other crafts, there are just not enough hours in the day and I have yet to try them. : (

  • 332
    Gerry S says:

    I haven’t tried any of them…yet! I’m afraid I won’t stop at just one or two of them.

  • 333
    Ashlee says:

    Yes I have the Beaded Holiday kit and I LOVE it!!!!! Will definitely be buying more of her items:)

  • 334
    Holly Saveur says:

    Haven’t tried any…and will not buy them either..
    all is so sweet and gorgeous..but hand stitching is to painful for my hands..

  • 335
    Jodi&jade says:

    i have some of the older stitching dies like the barrettes etc.. But I don’t reach for them very often. I find that I enjoy stamping and coloring better then stitching.
    The projects I see others do with them are beautiful.

  • 336
    Mary Anne Perlmutter says:

    No,I have not. A new job is stopping me. But, once I learn the ropes. I will have more crafting funds to try out Erin’s dies. They look like the perfect way to relax after a day on my feet.

  • 337
    MaryB says:

    I have several of Erin’s stitching dies, and have more on a wish list. My favorite is whatever I happen to be working on at the moment. Thanks for the chance to win a gift certificate to buy more dies!

  • 338
    Angie says:

    I have many PTI stitching dies. Even though it’s the most difficult to do, my favorite is the “Needle Book.” Then there’s the coin purse 2 and the key fob. Of course I have to add the Medallion 2 to the key fob. This was a terrific question, but really hard to answer because I had to pick just one (?).

  • 339
    Penelope Tucker says:

    I have purchased a number of Erin’s stitching dies but have only used them with paper. But I have lots of PTI felt and am waiting for my craft room to get set up before I take the plunge. I recently moved from California to Oregon and getting unpacked is ah bigger task that I expected.

  • 340
    Lizzie T says:

    Although they are all so cute and creative, I am not skilled in the “fabric arts” at all – which is why I stick with paper! LOL

  • 341
    Caitlin says:

    No not yet but looking forward to ordering some from this new release!!!!

  • 342
    Jen T says:

    No, I haven’t tried them! Who has the time?

  • 343
    Lori Lehanne says:

    I have purchased several (booties, softies, barrette covers, ladybug, coaster) but can you believe I haven’t used them yet?!?!? Time is so short. I don’t make as many cards as I’d like to either. I’m hoping this summer when things slow down a bit, I’ll be able to find the time for these exciting projects.

  • 344
    Chris L says:

    I have tried the Citrus die and it is so much fun! There are several on my list from this release!

  • 345
    Carolee says:

    Yes I have and I have had so much fun making projects and cards using them:)

  • 346
    Karen B. says:

    I have. I like the bird and the butterfly dies. ๐Ÿ™‚ (and your felt is the best, by the way!)

  • 347
    Noreen says:

    No, I haven’t tried Erin’s Stitching Dies. Stitching hasn’t been at the top of my list of craft interests at lately, but I do have some of her dies. It’s something I do plan to do.

  • 348
    Cindy O says:

    I love the stitching lines and stitched rectangles dies, for adding detail to a card, with or without stitching. Also the coffee cozy detail dies, especially the star!

  • 349

    They all look so beautiful, but I haven’t tried them yet. I have such a big stash of stitching floss, I need to try them!!

  • 350
    Melissa E says:

    I ordered the set to make barrettes for my daughter. Sadly I haven’t used them yet, but I plan too. The coin purse dies are on my list to buy after I use the barrette ones for my daughter.

  • 351
    Heather says:

    I love Erin’s beaded holiday kit as Christmas puts me in the mood to create something homemade (aside from papercrafts). I’ve never learned to sew and these are incredibly easy to master and make beautiful gifts. I now have my eye on that darling rainbow…

  • 352
    Joybells says:

    I have made many barrettes but have not tried any of the other stitching dies. There are just too many gorgeous PTI projects and I don’t have the time to dive into all of them.

  • 353
    Ivette says:

    No, I have not tried any of the stitching dies, but I would love to. I just don’t know which I like the best, so I haven’t bought anything yet!

  • 354
    Sheri Elmont says:

    I have not been able to yet. But have many on my wish list. Hope to soon!

  • 355
    Patti says:

    I have several of the stitching dies – my first being her Baby Bootie collection! I love them all and enjoy these little mini sewing projects!

    This has been a great week! Thank you for another great release and for the chance to win!

    Patti

  • 356
    Sharon D. says:

    Haven’t tried. Super cute, but the dies are more expensive, so need to be careful with craft money. Would maybe try the coin purse to give as a small gift. I do love your stamps/diies tho, and can always pick out a PTI card on different internet sites before reading about it!!

  • 357
    Angela Pearcy says:

    Erin’s stitching dies are super cute! I think they will be a big hit with the sewing crafters. I personally am a paper person and Betsy empties my wallet regularly! I am saving my pennies for the new kit coming in May!

  • 358
    JohannaM says:

    I haven’t tried using any of the stitching dies yet. I admire all the beautiful things that the design team has made, but I’m not sure if stitching is my thing.

  • 359
    Diana B says:

    I have nearly all of the stitching dies and love every one of them. There are so many options for a multitude of projects to make! I can’t wait to buy the newest ones.

  • 360
    caroline says:

    I have the rectangles and used them on cards. All the designs are cute, but I just prefer stamping. Just don’t have time to do it all.

  • 361
    Chick Alizadeh says:

    Yes, I have, but have not been very successful with them.. I guess I’m one that would need instructions with the dies when they come… I would love an instruction book showing at least the basics.. doesn’t come to me naturally.. I need to learn… I have santa and the heart, only made Santa… that being a total bust… I never tried again.. I wanted to do the little purse, but it sold out before I could get it. Love love love her work… just wish I could get better at it.

  • 362
    Janet S. says:

    I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies yet. I am finishing up with my Petite Places collection. I really like the rainbox and sunshine stitching dies so I am thinking they will be next on the order list!

  • 363
    Dana Kirby says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies as I don’t sew…and I can’t have everything ๐Ÿ™‚ I do love the hoop dies and this release has almost pushed me over to a stitching fan!! Such great projects and another amazing release!

  • 364
    Carrie T says:

    I’ve purchased a few like the circles, the rectangles, the hearts, and the tag. I love them for adding a special something to my cards. A lot of the other dies for making things like the softies, the coin purses, and the others are really cute and so well thought out, but I just can’t justify the expense when I don’t feel that I will get enough use out of them.

  • 365
    KK Hanson says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies yet. Have done lots of hand sewing in the past and find the paper stamping easier on my now older hands. Love the stitching dies and my daughter has made some beautiful things with them.

  • 366
    Linda S. says:

    I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies and it is because stitching just isn’t my thing. Such adorable projects though.

  • 367
    Karyn S says:

    I have the Christmas stitching dies and I love them. I have used them on cards and as garlands.

  • 368
    Pat from sd says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet as I’m not a sewer of any sort.

  • 369
    Ann says:

    They look like a lot of fun, but also at the same time a bit intimidating to me.

  • 370
    Karyle B says:

    No I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies, the projects are adorable. I think at sometime I will buy the coin purse, but right now I’m playing with the petite places dies and I don’t have all of them yet…..lol

  • 371
    Katherine says:

    I haven’t tried her stitching dies yet but I would like to!

  • 372
    Krissie says:

    I just haven’t tried any yet, but maybe one day, I’ll give it a try. They look super cute.

  • 373
    Janice Marcham says:

    Yes, I have tried Erin’s stitching dies. My favorite is one of her earlier ones, the baby bootie. I just think these are so adorable and I have used them for gifts and for gift tags.

  • 374
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    Yes, I loved beading the stitched snowflake die to make an ornament for my daughter.

  • 375
    Sally K says:

    I haven’t tried any of them, and yet I think it would be so fun! So, I’m not sure what’s stopping me! Maybe I will take the plunge.

  • 376
    Patty says:

    Yes, I have tried a few. Though I’m still trying to get into them more.

  • 377
    Wendy says:

    Not yet but after this release with all those amazing stitching dies and kit I may have to jump in and try!

  • 378
    Janet W says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies! I have both coin purse dies, scissor keeper, and key fob along with many of the various detail items. My absolute favorite thing to make are the key fobs – especially using the different medallion designs. The color combinations are limitless!

  • 379

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet. I think they are super cute but they don’t really go with my simple style.

  • 380
    Colleen says:

    I have not tried them and I’m afraid if I do and I get addicted to it (which I’m sure I would) I will have to find a new place to live as my DH won’t be able to take me doing another craft. LOL

  • 381
    Deb Hudson says:

    I think Erin’s stitching dies and kits are very creative and inspiring. I jumped in with the Beaded Holiday kit. I don’t think of myself as a stitcher but the kits help me stitch!

  • 382
    Georgia Tuttle says:

    No, I haven’t tried them yet but maybe its time I did! These are so cute and very cleverly done. Georgia

  • 383
    Dorothy Hodgson says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet, but I adore them every release! With all the paper crafting I do, I just haven’t had the extra money to branch out and begin stitching. The new embroidery hoop stitching dies just might get me to try them. Beautiful!

  • 384
    Judi G says:

    I have the folk art flower and love it! I’ve used it a lot already! I’m hoping Erin will do more folk art style dies. How about birds and butterflies?

  • 385
    Linda L says:

    I LOVE the dies! I own quite a few of them. It’s hard to pick a favorite! I do love the baby booties and have made many of them for gifts. Everyone is so impressed that they are handmade. All of the dies make such neat and clean projects – which is totally my style. I love how the dies coordinate to stretch their usage. I use the coffee cozy detail dies on so many different things – including adding the heart tag on the back of the girl baby booties and the star tag for the boys. Stitching is also so relaxing and very portable! Keep up the great work Erin!

  • 386
    Michelle Laulu says:

    I am slowly building up my crafting supplies, and I have a very limited budget. I wish I could try out the stitching dies, but then I would also need some felt. For now, I am focusing on stamps and dies. Perhaps a stitching die will be on my Birthday wish list. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 387
    Anna says:

    I haven’t purchased any of the stitch dies. They seem time consuming. I like quick crafting. Although they are lovely & they don’t always need to be stitched, I’ll feel like it’s something I’ll need to do when I don’t want to.

  • 388
    JoJo B says:

    I have’ nt not into stitching right now.

  • 389
    Susan Butzin says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet but they are geting so stinkin’ cute, they are hard to resist@ Looks like they’d be fun to use!

  • 390
    Lemalie says:

    I adore Erin’s stitching dies, but haven’t invested in any yet. My Sister is really into embroidery, so they would be a good gift for her. The embroidery hoop designs are my favorite stitching dies yet.

  • 391
    jengd says:

    I have tried several of them. I used the Make It Market Kit this winter to make ornaments and a garland for gifts. I also used the key fob last spring to make end-of-year teachers’ gifts- they were definitely a hit.

  • 392
    kelly says:

    i have several stitching dies and i love them; i like the coffee cozy dies and i use lots of the others to embellish the coziesโ€ฆi make cozies and then take a steaming green tea in a cup with a cozy to my son’s teacher to try to get her day off to a good start! i have also used the stitched squares over and over again to make (decorated) pin cushions. i think all of my friends who sew have at least two of them. i need to pick up the flower cluster too. oh, so many of them. they make creating cute and thoughtful gifts a snap!

  • 393
    Susan W. says:

    I started with Erin’s key fob and I haven’t stopped collecting her stitch dies since! They are great fun and relaxing for me to do. Probably my favorite is Erin’s Beaded Holiday Kit since it combines beads (I am an avid beader as well) and stitching on felt. Keep them coming, Erin and thanks!

  • 394
    Cheryl I says:

    The dies are designed so well and I love how they all coordinate. However, there are limitations of time as well as funds and I haven’t taken the leap into this whole new area yet.

  • 395
    Shelley G says:

    The only stitching die I have is Cozy Details. I love all the stitching dies a lot, sewing was my first love, but I find myself with less and less crafting time these days. ๐Ÿ™

  • 396

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s dies because I know how to do embroidery without dies, the old-fashioned traditional way.

  • 397
    Manuela says:

    I have just a few stiching dies, I love the look but it really takes too much time for all the precision work to add all the tiny things together! But some dies are great to add a little bit more extra to a gift.

  • 398
    ShirleyR says:

    I think they are cute but just not my thing..I’m over my head into paper ink stamps and dies.

  • 399
    Susan says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies but some of the newest ones are very tempting!

  • 400
    Elizabeth S says:

    Erin’s dies are so fun and easy to use.

  • 401
    Lynne S in GS says:

    I have many of Erin’s treasured stitching dies, and LOVE them all, but the baby booties dies are complete show stoppers! They are always the hit of the baby shower or gift giving. Getting those pictures of baby in their booties is just the best!

  • 402
    Vikki H says:

    I bought the Make a softie kit with felt, die cut one critter but haven’t sewn him up yet. Intimidated with perfectionism.

  • 403
    Melissa Ladd says:

    Yes! I love her baby booties, coffee cozy and coin purse die! I also love the kit with the floss bobbins, scissors keeper and needle book! I’m not very good with the sewing machine, so these dies are wonderful for me!

  • 404
    Margaret C says:

    No, I haven’t and what’s stopping me is where fear – which is daft!!!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  • 405
    Elle H says:

    I think Erin is such a genius!!!! I have some of the smaller stitching does that I have used for hair bows for my niece but I haven’t gotten into getting into more than that because what I am already “in too” costs me enough!! LOL. But I think they are so creative and always love seeing what everyone comes up with

  • 406
    Claudia Lapos says:

    I have the coin purse with some decorations, I absolutely love them! I wish I could have more!

  • 407
    Lee Anne says:

    What a fun release! I have not tried any stitching dies yet because I’m scared of getting hooked!

  • 408
    Sharon H. says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching kits, but I have purchased some of Erin’s Petite Places sets and LOVE them! I’m more of a paper and ink kind of gal.

  • 409
    Pmm says:

    I love Erin’s flowers in the stitching dies. I have not tried them yet- busy months lately with little crafting time. They are on the ‘to do’ list!

  • 410
    Charmaine says:

    I have only tried the softies but loved it. Hope to try more in the future.

  • 411
    Dori says:

    I love the stitching dies! I have the first coin purse one and the holiday kit released last year. I also have the coffee cozy dies and the barrette dies along with some of the little embellishment type ones like the lady bug, butterfly, shamrock, shells etc. Obviously I’m a big fan! I want them all! Just wish I had more time to do stuff with them!

  • 412
    foleysfriend says:

    I have not “yet” used any of Erin’s dies; What’s stopping me – there are so many other awesome goodies here at PTI and I’m spending my mad money on them first.

  • 413
    Kathy Mc says:

    No, even though I’ve seen some awesome projects, it’s just not my thing because I’m not into stitching. Besides that I barely find enough time to use all my stamping supplies to make cards, so no time for another hobby. Erin has done an awesome job with them and all the details though.

  • 414
    LaFaunB says:

    I haven’t tried any stitching dies yet…

    At this point in my life, sewing seems really time consuming. However, the stitching dies would speed up the process and make it easier. Clever ideas!

  • 415
    Rosa says:

    Si,tengo algunas colecciones. La mayorรญa las he comprado solo por gusto personal, pero no me han sido muy รบtiles. Son
    proyectos muy pequeรฑos y las personas no se interesan mucho en
    artรญculos de fieltro, y para mi es un costo adicional.

  • 416
    Louise says:

    Yes, I have made those darling hair clips to match dresses I have made. The perfect fun accessory!

  • 417
    Becky P. says:

    I have not started using her dies yet, because I am a bit intimidated by it all. I love everything I see, though, and want to start purchasing them. The coin purse and pencil bag are at the tops of my list. But I love the embroidery hoop stuff from this release as well.

  • 418
    Cynthia Rose says:

    I have not tried the dies yet. Mainly because I just don’t have the money. I have made felt coffee cozys inspired by hers, though. I love hand work so making any of them would be fun.

  • 419
    Meagan says:

    I’ve tried the baby booties and they make the most perfect gifts. All the recipients couldn’t believe they were handmade. Thanks Erin for making me look like a professional!

  • 420
    Sue McW says:

    The coin purse and lady bug stitching dies are my favorites. I have a few others, but these are my favorites. Betsy is so clever! I need to add to my collection. They keep getting better and better.

  • 421
    tonicav43@gmail.com says:

    I have not tried them. Just not my thing but tempted to give it a try.

  • 422

    No, I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies yet, but I’m dying to. They look so fun!

  • 423
    Michele W says:

    I actually have a number of Erin’s sewing dies but have not yet used them. Why? Mostly a time factor. I was going to make ornaments for my nieces and nephews last Christmas but started to late. The plan is to start in the next couple of months so I have time to make the 25 I need. Stitching seems like it would be a nice way to unwind in the evening.

  • 424
    LR says:

    I LOVE Erin’s stitching dies! They are easy to use and make such nice gifts. I have started collecting some and have made the coin purse, so far, and given them as gifts. The recipients love them! I like to personalize them on the front and that makes them extra special. I plan to do that with the bookmark dies I have, too. Please keep them coming. I would love to see an eyeglass case next!! Hint, hint!!

  • 425
    Linda M says:

    No, I haven’t tried Erin’s stitch dies. I love everything the design team does with them, but I don’t have children and don’t do craft fairs. I not sure how much use I would get out of them.

  • 426
    Dana W says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. I just have no interest in doing that kind of stitching, if i did i wouldn’t need the dies.

  • 427
    SWR Donna says:

    I haven’t tried Erin’s dies yet, but my will power is weakening daily. I’m trying to hold out until I have my sewing supplies completely unpacked from moving, but the design team is making that SOOOO hard!

  • 428
    Sandy C. says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. I have gotten away from my old hobby of cross stitch due to bad eyes and arthritis in my fingers. If I feel like stithing, I have a bunch of things I put away awhile ago…. Also, no kids/grandkids to make these cute things for! Probably not what you want to hear, but honest!

  • 429
    Laura C says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies – just not my style.

  • 430
    Bev says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. A hobby can become quite expensive and I have learned to spend more wisely when making purchases. My preference involves paper crafting. However, that does not mean I do not admire those who favor sewing and the options available for them.

  • 431
    Julie says:

    no – I can’t buy any more stuff until I use all the stuff I have already!!! Very pretty though!!

  • 432
    Judy says:

    On a budget but would love to try them. Loved the rabbit and the booties look so cute.

  • 433
    Karen B. says:

    Yes, I’ve bought several of them to make felt ornaments with.

  • 434
    Kris says:

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s dies, although they look wonderful. I have done hand smocking/embroidery/stitching for years in clothing as well as knitting. Too many other projects to keep my hands busy!

  • 435

    I have not, but I really really do want some of those. The monthly release has so many pretty things that I really do not have the budget to get everything I want!

  • 436
    Harriet Skelly says:

    I have the coin purse dies and felt and love them.

  • 437

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies, mostly because I’m afraid of getting addicted to them and having to find more room in my craft space :).

  • 438
    L. Sunn says:

    I have only tried her original coin purse, but man have I made bunch of them! Such a great product!

  • 439
    Kay N. says:

    I have some of the earlier stitching dies. My favorite is the bird – I’ve made tons of bird magnets including a bunch for my grand babies to play with on the fridge.

  • 440
    Robin in Washington says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies. Though they are very cute, they are not my style for crafting.

  • 441
    Leslie L. says:

    I have the rose that was part of stamp-a-faire a few years back and love it, I think Erin designed it.

  • 442
    christi in ma says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies.
    It’s really not my style.

  • 443
    Sydney Grace says:

    I love the stitching dies….and have made great use of the sewing ‘basics’ kit I got last year. It makes sewing super easy especially for newbies like me. Erin’s dies are the only ones I ever ‘ask’ for.

  • 444
    Reva Brightman says:

    To be honest I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies as yet. Not sure why I haven’t aside from the fact I am deep into stamps and not enough time for handwork at this stage of my life. I do enjoy seeing all the design teams samples.

  • 445
    Beata says:

    My head is spinning with this month’s releases. WOW!!Beautiful and super creative ideas. Great job PTI!!!

  • 446
    Samantha B. says:

    I have Erin’s sewing kit and made a few right away because they are so darned cute!

  • 447
    Beata says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies. Coin purse and scissor holder are my favorite! I have used them for multiple projects. The flowers are gorgeous and I get many compliments on them.

  • 448
    Rebecca B. from FL says:

    I have not tried the dies, although I do think they are cute. In my mind I imagine having all the products and time needed to make loads of cute felt ornaments for my Christmas tree. In reality the $$ and the time is just not there. With 2 little cuties and a full time job, if I make anything it needs to be quick.

  • 449
    Barb Wolstenholme says:

    No, I haven’t got any yet. I would like to soon.

  • 450
    Audrey says:

    I will be ordering the little baby booties which I think are so adorable.

  • 451
    adele says:

    I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies yet, although I admire each one and all the beautiful projects made with them. Erin truly is gifted to think up all of these amazing creations!

    I suppose what’s stopping me is that I would have very limited use of any of them, and in an effort to stretch my craft budget, I try to stick to the items I can use repeatedly for years to come.

  • 452
    Dolores S says:

    I have not tried any stitching dies yet. Some of them are so pretty, they are tempting. The time commitment to a project is probably contributing to my hesitation.

  • 453
    Diana Lorge says:

    I have not tried them yet I am fairly new to this and I am learning with the beautiful stamps and dies that you have at this time. I am building my collection with a few new products each month and when I have time to sew I shall try some of the stitched ones.

  • 454
    Marty B says:

    I have the coin purse collection but not sure if that is Erin’s. Love it…made for all my nieces & nephews. It’s another fun way to present a gift card or money.

  • 455
    Vicki Smith says:

    No, I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet but they are beautiul. I really like clean and simple cards the best so this might be a challenge for me.

  • 456
    Jennifer says:

    Of course, I have many stitching dies and I think I still love my coffee cozy the best!

  • 457
    Jill Norwood says:

    Yes I have! I love the baby shoes and have used them the most! But I own others and they are all wonderful.

  • 458
    Tricia says:

    I haven’t tried any – probably because I don’t sew! But, with this kind of inspiration, maybe even I could learn to sew!

  • 459
    Dotty says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of them yet. They look interesting and really like some of them. Maybe next fall since I am retired now and will have more time.

  • 460
    Mary W says:

    I have embroidered in the past so didn’t feel the need to get any of the dies UNTIL now – gotta have the alphabets! They are going to be so fun and versatile.

  • 461
    Carolyn S says:

    I love the stitchin dies but haven’t dived in yet. My stamping time is so limited I just feel good when I can get a quick card out.

  • 462
    Rachael Burdick says:

    They’re so cute, but I’m not a stitcher. I don’t have a ton of time and I’m a pretty simple card maker, so I really only concentrate on stamping, coloring, die cutting, and a few other techniques I really love.

  • 463

    A sweet friend made up a kit for me so I could stitch the coin purse with pockets and lovely detailing … I treasure it! Anita ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 464
    Deepa M. says:

    I have purchased nearly every stitching die that Erin has released, including the Quick Stitch Kits! I have tried a couple projects – a cell phone case, and a little dog softie using the Design-A-Softie Quick Stitch Kit with great results. Looking forward to trying more projects over the summer. Very excited to add all the new dies being released this month to my collection!

  • 465
    Rose Noelle says:

    No, I haven’t tried Erin’s dies. Much like the planner system, I don’t have time for all the detail work required to make the end product as beautiful as the samples made by the team. My craft style is quick, beautiful & easy (which is how I found PTI in the first place) so I doubt I would ever venture into the stitching, planner, mini houses, doodling, favor boxes realm. I get PTI trying to expand your horizon of offerings to attract new customers, but I think all these new labor intensive products are alienating your base customers. Just a few thoughts I’ve been carrying around for the past year.

  • 466
    F Bond says:

    I haven’t tried stitching dies yet. I love the look. I have quite a few on my wish list. Hoping to get them on Mother’s Day. I’ve been hinting…lol

  • 467
    colleenk says:

    I have the booties dies and they are just adorable! I just love them!

  • 468
    chris g. says:

    I love all of them – but one of the most cutest is the purse 2 die! Makes absolutely gorgeous gifts!

  • 469
    Linda says:

    I own all of the early ones she created. The coin purse, coffee cozy and ABC’s. I belong to a card club that meets once a month but in summer we do not do cards someone teaches something new to the group. Last summer they each made two styles of coin purses and loved them.

  • 470
    Carol R. says:

    I haven’t tried any stitching dies yet. Why? I am waiting to win to make my first purchase.

  • 471
    Luanne Ford says:

    I’m more of a machine sewer, so I haven’t used the stitching dies, except the SAF project. But I love all I’ve seen, especially the baby booties. So sweet!!

  • 472
    Kay Tillman says:

    I have the barrette covers and the coffee cup wrap. I love them and use them as gifts.

  • 473
    Deborah Wilson says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. Although I think they are extremely cute, I do not sew so I haven’t purchased any.

  • 474
    Shelly K says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies.
    I have so many unfinished projects and things taking my time, I am hesitant to add another aspect to my creative time! Love em, but can’t.

    Great release!

  • 475
    Layla W. says:

    So far the dies I used most are the coin purses – soooo cute!

  • 476
    Karine says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies! I love the needle holder the best. It’s like a tiny treasure for sewing.

  • 477
    Sue says:

    I’ve never thought of myself as a “sewer” but am thinking it might be time to try!

  • 478
    Debbie says:

    Yes I have purchased several of her stitching dies. My favorite so far is Coin Purse II. I have created many adorable little creations and Erin does most of the work for you!!

  • 479
    Kelly says:

    No, I haven’t tried the stitching. I really don’t have an interest.

  • 480
    Eileen says:

    I use the stitched tag die a lot! It’s so versatile.

  • 481
    Tonya Dirk says:

    I’ve used the coffee cozies many times…a great accompaniment to a Starbuck’s gift card!!!

  • 482
    Jelenzini says:

    I have tried a few. I made the scissor holder.

  • 483

    Yes, I have maybe 80% of her stitching dies! Love them all! I use the coin purse all the time so must be my favoriate!

  • 484
    Martha B. says:

    Yes , I have numerous stitching dies by Erin and Love everyone of them . To choose a favorite is difficult because I enjoy them all. Design a softie to coin purses to the circles for making coasters, Christmas ornaments, I won’t list all that I have , but they are all great, even the little embellishment dies. All wonderful.!

  • 485
    Lisa K says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies yet. There are SO many stamping and watercolor techniques that I want to try out but find it difficult to find the time to do everything. Maybe if I can gain a few more hours in the day I could stretch my horizons and try out the stitching dies too. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 486
    Patricia Ladd says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies because I make cards. I have done a lot of sewing by the way of making clothes for myself, children, and grandchildren. I have also done quite a bit of embroidery and beading. But my eyes are not what they used to be and this kind of work often requires me to wear magnifiers. So I keep to the cards.

  • 487
    Martha D. says:

    I have the holiday ones. I made all sorts of stockings for Christmas. Need to get some more felt and cut some more stockings and mittens. They make great ornaments and decorations.

  • 488
    Anne B says:

    I only have a few stitching dies but I love them – the Clever Barrettes and some other items to go on those like the ladybird. Such clever ideas!

  • 489
    Lindsey L says:

    I have the booty dies, which are fantastic, but sadly I don’t use them very often. Having quality felt makes such a difference….but it costs more and usually when it comes down to it, the felt gets taken out of my shopping cart instead of the stamps I’ve been wanting to buy. I keep telling myself I am going to invest in felt one of these days, but it never quite seems to happen.

  • 490
    Sandy Vincent says:

    I have the booties die set…I think they are so adorable!

  • 491
  • 492
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    I have not delved into the world of stitching. It would be another bunch of stuff and I have too much paper crafting as it is! But then I would need fabric, fabric backer, thread, needles, dies, etc. So I am resisting! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 493
    Mutzy Mia says:

    No I haven’t. I purchased some of the first ones that came out but decided to stop after that since that’s going a whole different direction and I have such limited time to be creative that wanted to focus on just card making. Her products are beautiful and if I ever decide to branch out, that’s the direction I’ll go.

  • 494
    Imke Ludwig says:

    I like the stitching dies and projects but i have not jumped in. I just love to stamp !

  • 495
    Sue D says:

    Yes I love the stitching dies. I have the coin purse, key fob and barrette cover and some of the coordinating dies and love them all.
    If I had to pick a favorite it would be the coin purse.

  • 496
    Tee Tee says:

    I don’t have any but would like to try them once I have some extra money around.

  • 497
    Barbara M says:

    Yes! I have and love them all! For me the key fob has turned to be a favorite go to gift. Fun to make and the results are beautiful !

  • 498
    Linda says:

    I absolutely love the coin purse, and am thinking about the square and rectangular trays. I need to make more time to work on projects like these–I love to sew but always get distracted by other projects. PS: PTI felt is absolutely wonderful, both for colors and ease to work with.

  • 499
    Maria C F says:

    They look like so much fun but I have yet to try them because I spent my budget on stamps/dies.

  • 500
    Nancy M says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies. I had no use for the initial dies Erin created – the coin purses, I believe. Without needing the first offering, I guess I never caught the bug of those dies. Also, stitching of all sorts has been a part of my life since I was a little girl so I never felt the need to spend money on stitching dies. I’d rather put the money toward good quality material.

  • 501
    Sadie says:

    No I have not tried the stitching dies. I love to look at all the work done with them and think they are adorable but I’m more of a stamps and paper crafter and wouldn’t have the patience to spend the time stitching. Love the little bootie set!

  • 502
    Sharon D says:

    Haven’t tried them yet–paper crafting keeps me plenty occupied!

  • 503
    Velvet says:

    The stitching dies are adorable, but I’m on a strict budget right now and haven’t been able to buy anything from PTI lately.

  • 504
    Rubina Pantoja says:

    I have not used Erin’s stitched dies yet. Ive been reluctant to try a new technique because I haven’t really finetuned my own crafting style. Maybe when I become more skilled I can try something new. Thanks for such a generous opportunity!

  • 505
    Allison T. says:

    The coffee cozy is such a fun stitching die for gifts! I love to make them for “just a little something” for friends!

  • 506
    Cindy Aguirre says:

    No. I haven’t tried them because right now my time is spent on work and helping family members.

  • 507
    Monika Davis says:

    I have the little flowers, the ladybug, the apple… and I also have couple of the purses… I love the idea of having the stitch holes cut out for me. I haven’t made a lot of things yet… but they will be there when I am ready to do more. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 508
    Martha says:

    Yes, I have used a few of Erin’s stitching dies on my paper creations.
    -My favorite is the Stitched Tag Die.

    Other Favorites:
    -Coffee Cozy Details
    -Stitched Rectangles
    -Stitching Lines
    -Stitched Primitive Hearts

  • 509
    Janell says:

    I have not tried them yet. I have limited crafting time and when I do get to craft it’s usually a quick card. Hoping to try my hand at the stitching and felt when I finish school in 23 days!!!

  • 510
    Lorraine says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet. I don’t have much free time lately, so quick CAS cards are my go to right now.

  • 511
    Barbara Martin says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies yet. They are adorable and I have been so tempted – but I have been struggling to find time to craft as it is!

  • 512
    Karen C says:

    I haven’t tried them yet, but I certainly thinking about it. Time is stopping me! I need more time! Lol

  • 513
    Connie G says:

    I haven’t tried any of them because I am a terrible sticker! Great release. Can’t wait to order!

  • 514
    Lee Cockrum says:

    I’ve made a few of the coin purses, have a few other dies, but time and/or energy seems to always be lacking!

  • 515
    renee milner says:

    I’ve gotten several of the stitching dies and some felts, and so far have only tried the coinpurse one. I royally messed up my first attempt, I think b/c wrong diecutting machine & I may have used too thick of an interface material with the cotton material I was using. So I got a BigKick and I’m really itching to try again. My problem is there just aren’t enough hours in the day after the commute to/from work, then making supper, etc., and weekends are full of family things and chores. I’m probably preaching to the choir here ๐Ÿ™‚ Y’all have so many cute new supplies and projects with this release!

  • 516
    Amanda S says:

    I adore Erin’s stitching dies. I think the Design-A-Softie is my favorite, but they’re all great ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 517
    Amy Papale says:

    I have tried the Coffee Cozy Die set. I did make a few of them as gifts and they turned out really cute.

  • 518
    Leanne S says:

    Not tried any because I’m not fond of stitching. But I did admire the work shared here.

  • 519
    Alyssa S says:

    I haven’t tried them yet! I have refused to learn how to thread a needle or sew…that way I don’t get stuck with all the buttons that fall off of shirts. The ARMY taught my husband how to do that for himself years ago and I wouldn’t want him to get lazy and have me do it all ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 520
    Donna says:

    I have not tried one yet. I do not have a lot of crafty dollars so I save my $$ for stamps. Dies are expensive but they are a must have to coordinate with stamps so they use up a lot of budget money. I do drool over teh projects I see. So impressive!

  • 521
    Hlee says:

    I love all of Erin’s stitching dies. I have quite a few of them. But I must say my favorites are the Baby Booties and the Design-a-Softie. Best gifts to give!

  • 522
    Sandy Redman says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies, yet. I am still stocking up on the paper crafting stamps and dies.

  • 523
    Yoshira says:

    My first set of stitching dies wore the softie coleccion. I have been hooked on all of her stitching dies ever since. Wish I could afford every single one.Need to buy more soon. Love the embroidery hoops!

  • 524
    Marisa R says:

    I haven’t tried any of them. Trend does not appeal to me. More a classic girl thinking of what I can purchase that will last a long time, especially with our low Canadian dollar – selective purchasing is a must!!

  • 525
    Sherrie says:

    I just received the rectangle tray dies (and monogram fram and alphabet). Can’t wait to try them!!

  • 526
    sandra edwards says:

    I’ve not tried them as yet, but each month I am getting more and more tempted.

  • 527
    susan todd says:

    I haven’t and am dying to!!!! I need to save some money first ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 528
    Kimberley Bader says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. I am primarily a card maker so I’m not sure how I would incorporate them. Bulkiness in mailing is a concern.

  • 529
    Lynn Hardy says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet, but they do look fun. The cost of import taxes to the UK is the only thing that’s stopping me from buying lots more from PTI.

  • 530
    Lynne in NI says:

    Nope I haven’t tried any of the stitching goodies, but they look ever so pretty! My main reason for not trying them is that I’ve painful hands and find it hard to sew ๐Ÿ™

  • 531
    Nancy Wilcox says:

    I haven’t tried any stitching dies. Not sure why really but could be fear of loving them and then having to purchase all!

  • 532
    BeverlyBL says:

    No, I have not. I am not into hand stitching, but will admit that some of them are cute, and very clever.

  • 533
    Kathy says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies because sewing is just a “BEAR” for me!

  • 534
    Rema DeLeeuw says:

    I love Erin’s stitching dies and even though I own most of them I’ve only used half of what I own. I’m a little behind…lol!!

  • 535
    Marsha S. says:

    I have used the Beaded Holiday Set. My favorite of these is the stocking. I hope to try some of the other stitching products!

  • 536
    Niki C. says:

    I haven’t tried them yet – mostly work with paper. I’ve seen a few that really caught my eye, though. I’m going to pick them up tonight!

  • 537
    craftingwithfriends@gmail.com says:

    I’m sorry to say I haven’t tried the stitching kits. I prefer making cards and my arthritic hand isn’t able to stitch.

  • 538
    Cathy K says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies. Just too many things on my wish list!! One day soon!

  • 539

    I have not tried them yet as stitching doesn’t appeal to me yet but still madly in love with stamping!

  • 540
    Jackie W. says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies – why? Well I might one day, they look SO cute and fun! I’ve been learning how to hand-letter to add that special touch to my cards, but I still need to practice! Maybe once I’m proficient at that I’ll start stitching!

  • 541
    Laurie Page says:

    I haven’t tried any yet. I’m just not into stitchery stuff, but like the look.

  • 542
    Cindy Q says:

    I have not tied any of the dies yet but they look really cute – I’m thinking about purchasing the bicycle. Looks adorable!

  • 543
    Sandy N. says:

    No, I have not tried any of the stitching dies. They are so cute, that I’m sure I’ll have to start picking up some of the dies.

  • 544
    Deborah Rosenow says:

    I have bought many of the stitching dies and have not had one free minute to do anything in my craft room.

  • 545
    Deborah Rikard says:

    I have a few of them. My favorites are the beaded holiday kit and the stitched seashell dies. I would love to see more seashells!

  • 546
    Kim says:

    I haven’t tried any of hers. I love stitching and embroidery. I think they are really cute, though.

  • 547
    Juliana says:

    No, I haven’t tried them. This is my first time stopping by and just learned about them. But I’m pretty sure that will be changing in the very near future!

  • 548
    Kathy McDonald says:

    I have purchased some of Erin’s stitching dies, but have not used them yet. I have no excuse other than I just haven’t taken the time to play with them yet.

  • 549
    Edie B says:

    I have not tried a stitching die yet. Most of the cards I make are my Christmas cards so I was thinking about the stitched snowflake. So many great new items in this release! It will be very difficult to pare down my list.

  • 550
    Susan in AK says:

    I haven’t tried them and more than likely won’t because this trend doesn’t appeal to me.

  • 551
    Kristen says:

    No I haven’t but I have bought one. Time is probably my biggest distractor

  • 552

    I have not tried any…yet. It is now hard to decide which one!
    Another great release!

  • 553
    Julianne says:

    I own many of them, the last one I tried was the tag, and I was using a long string of thread to make sure I had enough. But it got tangled, and I had cut out of paper, so the whole thing was a mess. But I keep buying the floss and have plans to use it, but I’m terrible at the small details, pieces, and things like French knots.

  • 554
    Sandra says:

    I haven’t tried any because I have so much invested in paper crafting. I do love the bootie products, though.

  • 555
    Leslie A says:

    I’m new to Papertrey Ink so Hoopla would be my 1st – it’s adorable!

  • 556
    Iris Shubert says:

    Yes !! I purchased the Quick Stitch Kit, Beaded Holiday, I love it!! I used PTI 100% wool felt and my projects turned out wonderfully!!! You don’t have to worry, when you buy PTI products, you’re buying quality! You think of everything!

  • 557
    Elizabeth Knehans says:

    I have any of them as I love to stitch as well as stamp. My favorites are the baby booties collection and the Christmas collection. They are all amazing!

  • 558
    Becs Attwood says:

    I have used the “Coffee Cozy Details Die” to add trees & stars & hearts to several projects which was a lot of fun. I would love to move on to more intricate projects when the budget allows. The team always awes me with their beautiful projects with these innovative products each month!

  • 559
    Marilyn in Michigan says:

    I have made barrettes for my granddaughter with Erin’s dies. This year, I will be making Christmas gifts with the Beaded Holiday kit.

  • 560
    Amy Kolling says:

    I have not tried any of them yet however now that I recently purchases lots of felt, I will definitely take the plunge!

  • 561
    Jennifer K says:

    Considering I was a cross stitcher before I found scrapbooking and card making it’s surprising that I haven’t jumped on the stitching die bandwagon. There are some really neat dies being released this month and the DT did a fab job with them. I’ve hesitated because as cute as they are I’m just not sure I want to go down that path.

  • 562
    Kylie Z says:

    I’ve borrowed my mom’s softie kit to make softies for my friends. It’s so much fun.

  • 563
    Evan says:

    I haven’t tried them because I have always been intimidated by sewing but the holes already in place makes me think I could handle them.

  • 564
    Kathy Marsh says:

    Not yet. I have the birthday candles on my wish list!

  • 565
    Autumn says:

    The coffee cozy is my favorite, but I actually prefer creating embellishments using dies without pre-cut stitching holes – my stitches look neater on the finished product. I love seeing all the great samples though!

  • 566

    Erin’s stitching dies are the most darling of any I’ve ever seen (quite honestly). The only thing stopping me is my lack of courage. I need to give it a try. Thanks for all this fabulous inspiration.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth

  • 567
    Cheryl B. says:

    Yes, I am the proud owner of many PTI stitching dies. My favorite is a tie between the coin purse and the softies. I have the key fob die but I haven’t made one yet. The dies in this release are super. Congrats Erin!

  • 568
    Jacquie says:

    As much as I love all the DT creations made with Erin’s stitching dies, my budget can only stretch so far and there is always stamps & dies ahead of them on my wish list!

  • 569
    Karen Armstrong says:

    I love the stitching dies! My favorite is the little change purse die. I have made one for everyone I know! I’d love to see a die for making a felt glasses pouch.

  • 570

    I haven’t tried any of Erin’s stitching dies yet, but I’m having a hard time resisting any longer. I really like the addition of the tiny stitched alphabet dies in the April release! My cards often have faux stitched borders. So, now it might be time to expand beyond paper and ink to floss and fabric. I loved hand stitching and embroidery as a child. It would be ‘sew’ sweet to try a bit of stitching again! โ™ก

  • 571
    Mary K says:

    I just might be Erin’s biggest fan! I have all of the stitching dies, except for the booties, and I use them almost every day. I’ve stretched the dies to make a gingerbread house and all the characters from The Wind In The Willows. Please keep making more!!!

  • 572
    Tracy L. says:

    I have quite a few of the stitching dies, my favorites are the coin purse, softie, and the Christmas ones that came in this years kit. I just love how easy they stitch up!

  • 573
    Melissa Friedrich says:

    I haven’t tried any of the super cute stitching dies yet! BUT I’m planning to get some in a few months when life has slowed down a bit and I can enjoy the process.

  • 574
    Helen F. says:

    No, I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies yet, BUT, this month’s release has me thinking I definitely should!
    All of the samples I’ve seen with your beautiful felts are so inspiring ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 575
    BeckyTE says:

    No, I have not tried Erin’s stitching dies but they are just the cutest things! I am looking forward to having some to play with soon!

  • 576
    Dloates2005 says:

    No, I’ve not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies. I have an aversion to sewing. It never took with me no matter how hard my mother tried!

  • 577
    Maureen D. says:

    I have tried the coffee mug stitching die!! I love it. It is so cute and people LOVE them when I give them as gifts. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 578

    Not yet . . but it’s in my budget for May!! Limited dollars, that never seem to stretch far enough . .. but I do LOVE these!

  • 579
    Stephanie says:

    Have not tried them, have a small budget to spend, so I try to buy paper supplies. Many of the dies are very cute though!!!

  • 580
    Cassi says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet! I was hesitant to start a whole new genre of crafting with a new set of supplies to purchase. But I love how easy they look to use! I would love to try them!

  • 581
    Angela says:

    I haven’t used any stitching dies because my family and I are allergic to wool. I’m happy with my paper crafts and not adding anything else to it right now, but they are cute!

  • 582
    DeLisa Swiger Walmsley says:

    No I have not because I am catching up on so many different projects.

  • 583
    Ruth Gauss says:

    I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies. I think I really need to, though, because I love felt and there are so many wonderful designs!

  • 584
    Janelle says:

    I have the stitched tag and use it all the time for gift cards. I love all of the new stitched dies and look forward to trying them.

  • 585

    I have not tried the new stitching dies because I have so much fun stamping and using different color mediums that I just haven’t tried them yet.

  • 586
    Cynthia Baldwin says:

    I haven’t tried them yet, not yet. I guess I’m always watching the family budget, and I have so many supplies that have sat in my stash for a while (including embroidery floss, which I know would work well with these dies!). Maybe one of these days…the rainbow one has been my favorite so far.

  • 587
    Sue McRae says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. They are cute but not really my style.

  • 588
    Kristen L says:

    I have not. I like how they look, but it’s a new thing among all the other things I want to try and I need The Project to make me jump in.

  • 589
    Jennifer T says:

    I’ve been tempted, but I have t tried any yet. I’m sure I’ll try it out soon.

  • 590
    Jen Carter says:

    I don’t own any of the stitching dies. What is holding me back is I just don’t know that I’d use them often enough. I do think that the newest collection for hoops is amazing!

  • 591
    Kathy J in Ellicott City says:

    No I haven’t but I am thinking of getting the rectangles.

  • 592
    Denise E says:

    I have used the stitched letters and love them, but have not had time to use many more. I love the look of them and hope to get to use more soon!

  • 593
    Chelsea says:

    No, I haven’t tried any stitch dies. I don’t really use dies because I use my cricut for cuts. But I haven’t tried it to see if it could cut anything like a stitch. My sister loves the stitch look, but I am not to crazy about it.

  • 594
    Jeni Jenne says:

    Yes, I have tried Erin’s stitching dies. I have several of them, but my favorite is the stitched coasters:) Ive made two coaster sets so far…fun to make and handy to have!

  • 595
    Cherie says:

    Loved her Christmas collection and looking forward to this new release.

  • 596
    krillsister says:

    I have several of Erin’s stitching dies. Love them all. My favorite is the barette. I love the butterfly too.

  • 597
    Genevieve says:

    The booties the teddies the cup holder the case…. I love them all and I wAnt more
    Erin you are a genius

  • 598
    Anna S. says:

    I have several of the stitching dies and I love using them! My latest project has been a felt pouch for my new phone, and I’m really happy with how it turned out. I made one for my sister too! I always look forward to Erin’s new stitching dies because I love to make items that are both pretty and practical- helps me justify the time I spend making them! Now I’m hoping that we’ll see some felt come out in some of the new colours, hint hint…:)

  • 599
    Sherri says:

    I have not tried them. I really love stamping and paper crafting so not really interested. But I have to say they are adorable and I love what she does with them.

  • 600
    Alanna says:

    I haven’t yet tried any mostly because I’m afraid it will take more time than I have for crafting. But I really want to and just need to take the plunge and make the time.

  • 601
    Claudia says:

    I have the Softie kit and made one of them. I love the versatility! I just ordered one of the trays and will use some of the newest dies (probably the letters) to embellish either the bottom or the sides. I’ve also made a couple of ornaments. Love!

  • 602
    Janice Patterson says:

    Haven’t tried that stitching Stamps yet. Just got some copics and tackling those techniques before I take on another.

  • 603
    Kara says:

    I love the baby booties and am looking forward to actually sitting down and making a softie. I have both coin purses in my cart and can’t wait to use them with all the seasonal ones I already have.

    Erin does such an amazing job of creating cute, easy, interchangeable, practical dies. I can’t wait to stitch a rainbow on a onesie!!

  • 604
    Kara says:

    I can’t believe I forgot the Christmas dies! I love them all!!!!!!!

  • 605
    Donna Barthelt says:

    I have not tried any of the stitching dies, but I’m really excited to try. I’m always up for something new!

  • 606
    Deborah S says:

    I haven’t tried any yet :o( Time, or more accurately the lack of it,seems to be the culprit.

  • 607
    Jean R-T says:

    I have made the barrettes! Cute gift for little girls!

  • 608

    I haven’t tried yet!
    I would love to try, but there are so many stamp goodies and I don’t have time to try stitchy things!!!!

  • 609
    KathyMS says:

    I haven’t tried the stitch dies yet, but would love the circle dies.

  • 610
    Julia L. says:

    I have MANY of her stitching dies and they are all my favorite! I think right now I am really liking the softies and the scissor keeper and needle holder. I am still making gifts with those!

  • 611
    Cris M says:

    I have tried many of them and loved!

  • 612
    Carole says:

    Yes, I have a few. All the new ones are adorable but haven’t added any new stitching dies to the older ones I have.

  • 613
    Diana F says:

    I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies. As lovely as they are, I just don’t have the time or money at this point in my life to add another aspect to my card making craft. I’m not ruling out ever trying them, just not in the near future.

  • 614
    Debbie Wright says:

    I have the Christmas kit that Erin put together. I had so much fun using it this past Christmas! I used the stocking, mitten and star in various ways; ornaments, package decorations and table treats. I have the stitched trays on my wish list!

  • 615
    Katherine says:

    I’m thrilled with Erin’s stitching dies. I was introduced to them with the Sewing Staples stitching kit and it’s still my favorite.

  • 616
    sanketi says:

    No yet, but would love to try one! Just not had the time as yet!

  • 617
    Michelle Benoit says:

    I haven’t tried any yet. But I’m looking forward to getting the cupcake for my grandgirls and I to play with.

  • 618
    Kelly in Canada says:

    I started simple and went with the Stitched Tag die which I love and use quite a bit at Christmas. I used to cross stitch as a teenager so am in no way intimidated by embroidery floss but finding the time to stitch is hard. Maybe once I retire!

  • 619
    Janet Mack says:

    No I have not tried any of the stitching dies but with all these cool new dies I will because I really want to try some of your neat felt.

  • 620
    Gay Ferland says:

    No I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies. I don’t like the style, sorry. I am a stamp, die, paper, ink type of gal!!

  • 621
    Cindyblizzard@aol.com says:

    Hard to pick a favorite but I got a few, the Barrett clip, coin purses, stitch letters and the list goes on tonight’s favorite is the sun and clouds although I would buy all if I could.

  • 622
    Nora says:

    I left this on the wrong thread so I am reposting here!!

    I actually have two of Erin’s stitching dies. One is the circle collection and the other is the butterfly. I have used the stitched circles but not stitched them. I have NEVER used the butterflies. I LOVE them but do not have the felt to utilize them as they should. I want to say that there are some fantastic stitched dies that I have almost bought but they are never in stock when I want to order. This release was fabulous and I want to give KUDOS to the DT team!!

  • 623
    Angie M. says:

    I haven’t actually tried them yet – but I’m soooooo in LOVE with them! I’m terribly challenged when it comes to all things sewing – embroidery, stitching of any kind, etc. ? Miss Erin’s dies are definitely perfect for someone like me! All of the holes are already there! Heeheehee! In all seriousness, all of her stitching dies are incredible! I just need to suck it up and take the leap! ? Happy Release Day and Happy Friday! ?

  • 624
    Laraine R says:

    I have used the older stitching dies. I have the snowman and love it. I definitely need to get some more!

  • 625
    susan says:

    I haven’t tried them yet although I purchased the rectangle ones. I really don’t like threading a needle or sewing.

  • 626
    MargR says:

    I have’ tried yet but I have a lot of felt, so must buy some dies.

  • 627
    jan metcalf says:

    I enjoyed making the coin purses with a stitched bow recently, my daughter’s new family is heading to Disney World and each of the girls received one with a $50 Disney gift card!

  • 628
    Penny Johnson says:

    No, I have not tried them and probably will not. I am not much for sewing in general, so would much rather spend my money on stamps and other items from Papertrey.

  • 629
    Meg says:

    I’ve only recently fallen in love with the stitching dies. I’ve made many coin purses and two of the trays (?), both with a bicycle. I have three coin purses with bikes on my To Do List for upcoming gifts. I’d love more images that aren’t necessarily girly/flowery/holiday.

    I actually cheered for real when the bicycle was released! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’d love a wine glass (perhaps with some grapes), a book (or books), a cat, and a dog.

    Thanks for making stitching so easy and fun!

  • 630
    Carol says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies. I would need to purchase all new supplies to do this craft. I’ve been sewing for over 50 years, and I really need to start using the mountain of papercrafting supplies that I’ve purchased. The stitching dies are really cute, though, just not for me.

  • 631

    YES!!! I am having a great time with her stitching dies. I have the holiday set and keep looking for new dies to fit on the star, mitten or stocking.

  • 632
    Sandy S. says:

    I have the booties and Chicken Scratch, which I love, but I usually stamp it instead of stitching it. (Hey, Erin, did you ever get to 100 Chicken Scratch projects?) I’ve also used the stitched tag die…which I did stitch. But the other stitching dies haven’t grabbed me yet; they just don’t seem to be my style, even though I do like to stitch.

  • 633
    Peggy Allen says:

    No I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies but have been eyeing several. They are super.
    God bless,
    PeggyA

  • 634
    schnypsel says:

    No, and I probably won’t. I save my money for stamps. The stitching trend isn’t something for me. It’s enough for me to play with paper.

  • 635
    Liz R says:

    No I haven’t, but I love the bike! Would love to get that collection.

  • 636
    Kim Heggins says:

    Love all the wonderful stitching dies…need to wait til I am off for summer vacation to give them a try.

  • 637
    Colleen says:

    Have not tried any stitching projects. Just not my thing…

  • 638
    cindy says:

    I have tried several. I love the key fobs and the softies. They make great gifts.

  • 639
    Tina B. says:

    I love stitching/sewing on layouts, cards and tags. All of Erin’s dies are awesome. I enjoy including stitching in my layouts.

  • 640
    Char says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies as I really dislike hand sewing true fully! I love them, admire everyone’s creations, but not for me

  • 641
    sue winn says:

    not yet, but I will soon! they are beautiful!

  • 642
    Sue Rose says:

    No, I haven’t tried them. I really didn’t like sewing as a kid (had to in 4H for too many years!) and still don’t. Sorry ๐Ÿ™

  • 643
    Zehra says:

    I have used the coin purse II die and love it.

  • 644
    Detra Faulkner says:

    I’ve tried the rectangles but I don’t really like stitching.

  • 645
    Jenny Ewing says:

    I’m in love with the stitching dies this month! This will be my first set and what a beautiful one to start with! I can picture my MorMor sewing and how proud she would be of me trying it out!

  • 646
    Veda says:

    I haven’t tried the stitching dies yet. Stitching is not a road I want to go down. I will use stitching dies, but I’m not interested in hand stitching. Love the rest of your product though!

  • 647
    Carol b says:

    I have tried Erin’s stitching dies. My favorite is the bootie set. They make such adorable baby gifts!
    Carol b (cc)

  • 648
    Marlene says:

    I’m sorry to say I haven’t! They look like fun – can I blame it on my budget?? Thanks for the chance to play-maybe tonight will be the night ; )

  • 649
    Jennifer Story says:

    I’ve not tried one yet. I’ve hesitated because I’m afraid think they would take too long to use. But this new release is just about too cute to pass up!

  • 650
    Marรญa Alba Negrรณn says:

    Hi Nichole,

    OF COURSE I HAVE!!! My most favorites are the flower cluster and the folk flower, just for the versatility and the “UHH’S & AHH’S and the SO STINKING CUTE” that I get when I give one of my felt treasures away! Looking forward to Hoopla!

    Cariรฑos,
    Marรญa Alba

  • 651
    Janet Swofford says:

    I have not tried any of her dies but they look awesome! I just need to take the plunge!

  • 652
    Cristina says:

    I love the look but haven’t tried them yet, it’s on my long wish list along with all the pretty felts!

  • 653
    snazzy jj says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies. They are very cute, but they do not fit my style, and with teenage boys – no one to appreciate them.

  • 654
    Linda says:

    Oh yes, I have quite a few of Erin’s stitching dies. My favorite is the sewing staples kit. I just love that my needle book and scissor keepers are practical and lovely gifts in and of themselves. Her stitching dies make everything so easy! Other companies may try to imitate Erin, but they just don’t have her cleverness and eye for detail.

    Linda

  • 655
    mary lewis says:

    No I have not tried them yet. They are cute but I don’t think I have the patients to hand stitch.

  • 656
    Sandy says:

    I have not ๐Ÿ™ I’m in the middle of a craft room renovation but also a basement and kitchen renovation! Hope to be back crafting by summer!!

  • 657
    Linda says:

    No, I have not. If I had the time and an unlimited budget then I would love to branch out and stitch some lovely projects.

  • 658
    Jan says:

    I have the barrette dies and had great fun making a set each for my 2 granddaughters. They were easy to make and really turned out cute.

  • 659
    Tracy M. says:

    No, I haven’t tried them. They’re very cute but thus far I’ve not really wanted to get in on this trend. I never say never though.

  • 660
    Jeanne says:

    I have not yet had the pleasure of trying them, although the projects are very cute! I guess between knitting and paper crafting I feel like I have enough going on and adding stitching dies would be lije adding a whole new hobby.

  • 661
    Gracie G says:

    No I haven’t. I like stamps much better and stitching dies aren’t my thing.

  • 662
    Sue S. says:

    I have not tried any yet but have many on my wish list!!

  • 663
    Linda R says:

    No I have not tried them. I am not a sewer but I do enjoy sewing sayings for card making.

  • 664
    Sarah A says:

    I have about 2/3 of the stitching dies, and I use them frequently. The Coffee Cozy, baby booties and hair clips are my favorites and the most popular for receiving or buying. My one and only quibble is that the baby booties don’t also come in a bigger size. (Erin, that is a hint!)

  • 665
    Lercy says:

    I have the Baby Bootie dies. They are easy to make and adorable, but what I love most about them is that I can really relax and just make them. I don’t have to think of a layout, what papers, patterns, colors or medium to use. It’s stress-free creativity, with the result being something everyone loves. I mean, who can possibly look at a shoe that small and not think… awwwwwww! Not me.

  • 666
    B Soo Hoo says:

    Yes I have a stitched die that I’m using for cards!

  • 667
    Sarah A says:

    Linda, I agree that there are more companies creating stitching dies like hers, but Erin’s are the most original and most thoroughly designed. She puts so much thought into them!

  • 668
    Peggy Nickelson says:

    I haven’t tried them yet. Partly because I can’t deicide which to choose. They are all so awesome.

  • 669
    Patt H. says:

    I’ve not tried any of Erin’s awesome dies yet. I have so many hobbies now & am afraid to become addicted to another. These cute projects have me really tempted tho!

  • 670
    Cindy Thompson says:

    I have tried the stitching dies and find that I do not use them much.

  • 671
    Jenny P says:

    I have not yet tried any of the stitching dies because I mostly stick to creating greeting cards. But recently I saw how some of these dies can be incorporated onto a greeting card and can’t wait to give them a try!

  • 672
    Debbie S says:

    While I admire the adorable stitching dies and projects, I have no patience for sewing.

  • 673
    andrea smith. says:

    I have not tried them yet, but think they’re really cute. I just have too many crafty projects going on at once lol ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 674
    Lisa F says:

    Love the Stitching dies! Have so many! Favorites include needle case and scissors holder! Love those tiny gorgeous flowers in that set! Especially when paired with tiny beads. Really spectacular! Can’t wait to explore these new ones this month! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Would love to see some coordinated ones with a Scandinavian flair, reminiscent of the felted circles and designs in Norway.

  • 675
    Peggy Lamb says:

    I haven’t tried any yet, but am interested. Lots of cute little ones this month, which would be a good starting place.

  • 676
    Karen says:

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies yet.Perhaps this will be the time.

  • 677
    Lesa Wolfe says:

    I have some of them, but I haven’t used them yet. I seem to have “crafters block”, maybe I could end that with the stitched dies!

  • 678
    Susan says:

    Yes my girls and I have used several! We love them and her videos about the dies are so helpful.

  • 679
    Geri G says:

    Yes I have! A dear sweet crafting friend brought the die and all the goodies used to make the little wallet to a craftingk! We had a blast making the project as a group! Personally, I love, love, love the simplicity of creating these types of projects because they are fail-proof and so impressive! Thanks for another awesome release party ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 680
    Josiane says:

    I have sewed one baby bootie but haven’t finished the other one – hanging my head here. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I just don’t have enough time to use all my PTI goodies. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 681
    Megan N says:

    I haven’t tried them yet. I love your felt line, which goes with them perfectly, though!

  • 682
    Barb says:

    I haven’t tried any yet, but they are definitely on my wish list. I love everything Erin designs! Unfortunately for me, the total of my wish list is greater than my bank account balance.

  • 683
    karen h says:

    I have not yet tried the stitching dies. Honestly, I don’t think my wallet could handle another hobby. I enjoy stamping, and right now, my dollars go to that. I do love seeing all the fun things folks are doing with their dies.

  • 684
    Cindy says:

    I will start this post by saying that I do love Erin’s Stitched Dies. I was doing my best to research, but I’m thinking that the Stitched Rectangles Die is by Erin. Because we are in the process of remodeling, I haven’t had a chance to try them out, but my hubby has promised that we will be working on my craft room next week. That means I’m back in the game!! Can’t wait to try this new die set out in a variety of ways!!

  • 685
    Kari D says:

    I love Erin’s stitch kits and the amazing projects she and the design teams have made with them. I have not tried them because I have run out of ‘bandwidth.’ But I have to admit those little boxes are calling my name.

  • 686
    Irene Sterquelle says:

    No, I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies. I haven’t taken the first step in trying. Maybe it’s time to take the plunge!

  • 687
    Melissa S. says:

    My favorite is the baby booties die collection.

  • 688
    Eileen M says:

    I have not tried them yet, although I am intrigued. I am already overrun by crafting supplies that I don’t have time to use, that I have to hold back on a new addiction. Less than 2 years to retirement, though, so I will keep my eyes on the stitching dies! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  • 689
    C. Nicklas says:

    Yes I have tried the dies – love them – but I’m still just using with paper – have yet to try felt!

  • 690
    Jennifer D says:

    Not yet! I’m hoping to the next time I place an order.

  • 691
    Sherrie M. says:

    No I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies. They are cute but the stitched products aren’t typically my style and I wouldn’t have anyone to give them to as gifts.

  • 692
    RedGem says:

    Sorry… not tried any! But they are definitely cute.

  • 693
    Sharon says:

    I havent tried any stitches dies. I’m not at sewer so I thiink I would try something easy like the cupcake. Great release this month;

  • 694
    Brithzi Sandy says:

    No I haven’t tried Erin’s stitching dies yet. My favorites would be the Stitched Cupcakes & Stitched Rainbow dies. What’s keeping me from trying them is that my favs have not been released for purchase yet.

  • 695
    Janet B. from WV says:

    I have the barrettes & booties. So far I’ve only made one pair of booties & no barrettes. I honestly don’t know why I haven’t made more!

  • 696
    Suzanne Watanabe says:

    I’ve purchased many of the stitching dies ๐Ÿ™‚ … My favorite is the coin purse!

  • 697

    I haven’t tried any of the stitching set, yet. I am just worried it might take too much time to complete a stitching project. Many looks cute, though and I do enjoy seeing all the fun projects created with Erin’s sets.

  • 698
    Kathy says:

    I admire them, but haven’t tried them yet. I’m not sure why, my crafting life started as a sewer!
    Hope I’m not too late for the contest! ๐Ÿ™‚ beautiful new products

  • 699
    Dee says:

    Haven’t tried any of the stitching dies but it is going to happen soon! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 700
    Denise says:

    I haven’t, but not only did I just discover this company, I’m new to card making and slowing adding to my stash.

  • 701
    Kathy says:

    Haven’t tried any yet……..maybe this month I will give it a shot!!!

  • 702

    I am loving Erin’s new dies! I am excited to see what is to come at Christmas time!

  • 703
    Kristii says:

    I absolutely love the primitive hearts dies! They are one of my all time favorites!

  • 704
    Jamia says:

    I have not, I don’t know what’s wrong with me!

  • 705
    SentSue says:

    No, cost of something I am not sure I will use enough.

  • 706
    Jennifer L. says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies as I’m not much for sewing. Love the projects though!

  • 707
    beth says:

    Hard to pick one I love them all snowman, butterfly, so many more!

  • 708
    lisa m says:

    yes I have a few of them, love the keyfob and tonight I am purchasing the coin purse die and using the bag option to make jewelry holders for the bridesmaids in my daughters wedding!

  • 709
    kit says:

    I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies but I thought the booties were really cute. The projects I want to make do involve felt and thread which I don’t have in my collection yet so I’m postponing being tempted into getting all those new things. I might cave if more cute sets are released.

  • 710
    Sheila says:

    I haven’t tried any yet but I have a couple of them in my wish list. Hoping to purchase them soon.

  • 711

    I have tried the coin purses and the Summer Fruit dies. So many stitched dies now. I think the coin purses are my favourite!

  • 712
    LaurieJ says:

    I have not tried the stitching dies yet. They look like fun, but I guess for me it’s a budget issue.

  • 713
    KKO says:

    I don’t have the stitching dies yet but do admire them a lot! First I’m trying to finish a set of beaded ornaments I started a couple years ago…

  • 714
    Beverly Perdue says:

    I have not tried any of Erin’s stitching dies yet. It looks easy, but I’ve never been good at sewing. I am intrigued by the dies and the fun gifts you can make. I may have to give it a try.

  • 715

    I have! I loved the dies for the hair clips, I have made them for my little one and they have grown with her and her hair hehehe! Love them still!

  • 716
    Brittany says:

    Love the baby booties- made a bunch for my nephew. So cute!

  • 717
    Caitlin says:

    I have to admit that I haven’t tried any of the stitching dies and I think it’s because I’m intimidated by the time I think it would take to complete a project.

  • 718
    Rebekah says:

    Erin’s Limitless Layers Heart Stitches dies are my #1 favorite but I love the Coffee Cozy Details dies too! After this release the Hoopla dies may move up to my #1 spot!

  • 719
    Heidi Minor says:

    I think they are cute but just haven’t tried. I like the coin purse and basket

  • 720
    Nikki says:

    I have a few but haven’t had as much time to use. I plan on getting the booties to make baby gifts for a friend who is having her first child.

  • 721
    Emma Rose says:

    I haven’t tried them. They look fabulous, but I don’t think I’d use them as much as I do things for cardmaking

  • 722
    OmaGloria says:

    I have the scissors holder dies and love them. I really liked the basket idea with cutting off the handles and making them more of a cone. I also have the Stamp-a-faire set but have not used them yet.

  • 723
    Heather says:

    I have not tried them; mostly because it’s not my personal style.

  • 724
    OmaGloria says:

    Oh My Goodness I just commented below you and noticed your name. My grandmother’s legal name was Emma Rose but she always went by Rose Emma.

  • 725
    Cindy C says:

    No stitching dies for me so far. I barely get time to stamp….but never say never!

  • 726

    I have not tried. Stitching is not for me, however I do admire those that take on this art.

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