Prairie Point Junction Give-Away :: Wool Felt Sampler Pack

Prairie Point Junction Give-Away :: Wool Felt Sampler Pack

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Johnna says 
July 25, 2015 at 12:39 pm 
I would make another quiet book for our foster children to look at in church. 

Prairie Point Junction is a retail quilt shop located in Cozad, Nebraska, so if you ever happen to be crossing the US, be sure to stop by and visit us. We’re best known online as Wool Felt Central due to our passion for wool and wool blend felts. We stock over 110 colors of wool blend felt plus tons of 100% woven wools, patterns, kits, and quilting supplies too. Our shipping department is speedy-quick, so most orders placed before 2:00 central time ship the same day. All of our staff members sew and quilt so we’re well versed in answering your product questions.
We’re thrilled to have launched a brand-new version of our website this past spring.  Be sure to check out all our new bells and whistles that make finding just the right product on our site oh-so-easy!  

Use the code WEEFOLKFANS to save 20% off through August 31, 2015.

Sponsor: Prairie Point Junction Home of Wool Felt Central

Give-Away Date: Saturday July 25, 8am EST – Monday, July 27, 8am EST

Number of Winners: 1

Prize: Wool Felt Sampler Pack (Retail Value $52.00).  Our sampler pack includes 6″ x 9″ pieces each of 108 colors of wool blend felt.  Each piece is labeled with a small sticker with the color name and number to use as a reference for project planning and reordering.

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How to Enter: The gals at Prairie Point Junction love to know what you are creating.  From faux foods, to quiet books, hair accessories, toys, ornaments, penny rugs, and decor for your home they are always inspired by the unique ways felt can be utilized.   Leave a comment below (in this post)
sharing what you would make with their wool blend felt sampler.

Optional Additional Entries:

For a second chance to win, LIKE Prairie Point Junction on Facebook then come back here and leave an additional comment letting us know that you did. If you already LIKE Prairie Point Junction on FB, that works too.

For a third chance to win, Follow Prairie Point Junction on Instagram then come back here and leave an additional comment letting us know that you did. If you follow Prairie Point Junction on Instagram, that works too.

(Please note: If your second post is too short or comes too quickly after your first post, it might be tagged as SPAM. Take an extra moment between posts and be sure to add enough text).

Limit: Three Entries per person please.

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Announcing the Winner: Comments will be closed on Monday morning around 8am EST. One winner will be chosen by random number generator and will be announced IN THIS POST on Monday morning. If you are a lucky winner, please send us an email with your contact and shipping information. You have three days from the time of the announcement to claim your prize or a new winner will be selected.

International Information: This give-away is only open to US residents.

Coupon: Wee Folk Art readers can use code WEEFOLKFANS for a 20% discount on any regular priced order from prairiepointjunction.com home of woolfeltcentral.com through August, 31st, 2015.

Use the code WEEFOLKFANS to save 20% off through August 31, 2015.

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One of our favorite new original designs is the Advent Calendar wall hanging.  Tuck tiny treats into the 25 pockets to count down the days to Christmas.  The designs can also be used to create individual ornaments too.  Patterns and kits are available to create your own holiday heirloom.

 

Michelle ~ Wee Folk Art

88 Comments

  1. Oooh, I would love to make some more gnomes for all the littles in my life! 😀

  2. I am a fan of Prairie Point Junction on Facebook! 😀

  3. Gnomes, Dino’s, and play food! Thank you for the chance 🙂

  4. Would start with a little dip in to the wool pool by making some needle keeps! It’s a lot of needle keeps, so only inspiration knows what else would come from this much wooly goodness!

    Thank you for the give-away!

  5. Thank you for the heads-up of Prairie Point Junction (PPJ) on Facebook (FB)! I look forward to seeing future posts! Liked!

  6. I use wool felt pieces in projects where they are cut into shapes, layered with other fabrics and trims, including quilt cottons, silks, sheers, laces and ribbons, and then embellished with buttons, embroidery to make small articles — usually capable of setting on a shelf, hung on a wall, or held in the hand.

  7. Special thanks to Wee Folk Art for letting us Facebook followers know that this wool felt resource is available. We don’t have many options for this in my immediate area and I am looking forward to taking full advantage of it!

    Regardless of who wins your giveaway, I am looking forward to using your product in future projects.

    Have a nice weekend! 😀

  8. What beautiful felt! I love to craft garlands out of felt and gnomes.

  9. Liked on FB.

  10. I would be so grateful to receive this sampler. I’m setting up my new classroom and could really use wool felt for the children’s crafts and for making things myself for the room. I want to make fall leaves from felt to hang from a branch in celebration of fall and so much more as we go. Thank you!
    Sincerely,
    A Waldorf Kindergarten Teacher

  11. Ooooooo …. I see gnomes and hearts and little stuffed mice. 😀 Good luck everyone!!!

  12. What a fantastic giveaway! I would love to create some more gnomes and felt finger puppets for my littles. Thanks so much!

  13. LIKE Prairie Point Junction on Facebook 🙂

  14. just purchased ‘Felt Wee Folk New Adventures by Salley Mavor’ for my granddaughter as a Birthday gift – now I need to stock her basket with supplies to make these adorable dolls!

  15. I love to use felt in my doll making. These colors are beautiful.

  16. Would love to make many Christmas ornaments that I have been pinning!

  17. I like using felt as accents on my amigurumi projects – insides of ears, bellies, bottoms of feet, etc. I also making felt flowers to use as embellies on hats and bags. What fun – all these beautiful colors to choose from! Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. LIKED on Facebook!

  19. And I’ve liked Prairie Point Junction on FB for quite some time!

  20. Lola (8) wants to make a forest with this lovely felt. I will make the critters that leave there 🙂

    Thanks so much!
    Hanneke

  21. Wow, what lovely colors. My daughter would hardly be able to contain herself with such treasure. She loves making little decorated wallets and pockets for folks. We do make felt food, gnomes, hangings and other things with felt around here. We would also probably share some with her handwork class at school.

  22. I’ve been covering boxes with felt designs. I can’t usually afford wool felt so I’ve been using inexpensive stuff …the kind made with recycled plastic bottles. And it kills me to spend 10 or 15 hours making beautiful things out of this cheap felt.

  23. I plan to make some new flannel board characters, stories and song props.

  24. I liked Prarie Point Junction on Facebook.

  25. Something Christmassy I think but there are so many choices! Ty for a great giveaway!

  26. I follow you on Facebook.

  27. Quiet books, homeschool crafts with the kids, love, love, love!!! I would be SO excited!!!

  28. I have a small folk art quilt on my design wall–wreaths and garlands–would love to use this felt in it. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  29. Yes please! I love working with felt!

  30. I liked the Prairie Junction page on Facebook. 🙂

  31. I would make another quiet book for our foster children to look at in church.

  32. I like Prairie Point Junction on Facebook – and have for years, since you introduced me to them!

  33. We have a new baby on the way, so I think some of your giant gnomes would be perfect for the newest little hands coming in to the family. Thank you!

  34. I am looking for wool felt for bendy dolls!

  35. Liked you on Facebook

  36. I want to use wool colorful squares to make penny Christmas ornaments.

  37. I liked/follow Prairie Point Junction’s facebook page

  38. I love making little “people” with felt. And would do the same if I won this felt packet from “Prairie Point Junction”.

  39. “Liked” Prairie Point Junction”. It looks like they have a lot of neat creative supplies.

  40. Wow there are so many things I would like to make, first a few needle keeps and tea wallets for those special people in my life, then for a few very special little ones some finger puppets and small pocket dolls.

  41. would love to make some banners with them and some new table runners can see all sorts of things

  42. already like you on FaceBook

  43. Just popped over and liked Prairie Point Junction on FB and followed the link to your webstore, ow nice to find a new site for supplies.

  44. I liked Prairie Point Junction page and looked at the lovely patterns and pieces appearing on there. Some fabulous stuff, especially the Christmas ones.

    I would use the prize of delicious felt if it was mine, to make tiny embroidered bags, to hold a tiny gift, some Christmas ornaments, hearts and all kind of stuff. What a wonderful prize!

    Christine

  45. I love making hair accessories for my girls with felt. Especially crowns and flowers

  46. Liked their facebook page 🙂

  47. Love making banners, ornaments and small “postcard” sized plaques.

  48. I am a fan of Prairie Point Function on Facebook.

  49. My grands in Alaska are Waldorf and use wool felt fir many if their projects. my ddaughter made most of her children’s Christmas and Easter gifts with wool felt. …..bags, food, tools etc.

  50. I would make book covers and little felt animals.

  51. Already liked on Facebook. 🙂

  52. Just went to Prairie Point Junction to like their updated fb page.

    I can’t tell you how much I LOVE wool felt for my projects. I’ve used it making school costumes, Christmas stocking and much more <3

  53. Finger puppets for my grandson, Christmas ornaments!

  54. puppets and little felt farm animals!

  55. I just found a picture of a stuffed hedgehog made with felt– I wanna make at least one ( of course I will make more if they turn out right!!)

  56. What a lovely give-away! I would make flower fairies, gnomes and small animals for my children’s Waldorf school, (and maybe for my children, if they were very good), if I won.

  57. Liked you on FB and saw many great items! Thank you for the discount code as well.

  58. I would make good gnomes out of good felt, instead of the cheap stuff! I am so glad to have found this source, as I have returned to feltcrafts after many years. I did also Like the FB page!

  59. I have an entire pinterest board of Felt projects that I’d love to make, especially since baby girl is now 16 months old and she would absolutely LOVE her own new toys like quiet books and play food.

  60. I just liked Prairie Point Junction on Facebook, too bad I’m so far away it looks like the store would be great to visit!

  61. My daughter and I would make small wee folk clothes. She loves to craft all kinds of things.

  62. I would love to win this wool felt sampler pack. I would use the wool to make flower crowns for my daughter and me, as well as, felt dolls for her to play with.

  63. I already liked Prairie Point Junction on FB. 🙂 Thank you so much for this giveaway!

  64. Liked on facebook

  65. I’ve been teaching my daughter how to needle felt, and she loves to sew little toys and dolls. We’d both love to play with all the different colors of wool felt!

  66. I liked Prairie Point Junction on facebook!

  67. You are liked by me on your FB page!

  68. The options are endless to what I would make. Some would be made into seasonal decor/ projects for our homeschool. My girls could make Doll quilts…and brush up on their stitching. Eggs for our plastic eggs in play kitchen.

  69. I’d make a LOT of felt flowers to sell for fundraising for Cancer Research! 🙂

  70. My daughters and I like to make softies — most recently our version of Minions. Felt flowers are currently in the works. Wool felt is a treat to use. Thanks for this generous giveaway! Please pick me!! 😀

  71. Prairie Point Junction- liked on Facebook! Wish I lived closer to their shop!

  72. If I win, I will make lots & lots of gnomes and Christmas decorations!

  73. I’d use the felt squares to make decorations for our Christmas tree. And baby shoes.

  74. following on Facebook

  75. And I’m following you on Instagram (I’m QueenBeeKnits, I think).

  76. I would make an advent calendar!

  77. i make peg gnomes and houses, bags and folding playscapes for them to live in.

  78. I had previously liked PPJ on FB

  79. I make teddy bears, This would be perfect for their feet.

  80. I like Prairie Point Junction on Facebook!

  81. I follow on instagram (exceptional_kinders).

  82. We would love to make more Wee Folk from our new book!

  83. Oh, I love it! 108 colors! I just got the book “Making Peg Dolls and more” and yes, I would like to make some peg dolls but I especially like the more part of the book: a dragon, the herbal comfort friends, the pillow, the pincushion…..and more!
    As a Waldorf teacher I usually make crowns and little toys too….

  84. I just got Mimi Kirchner’s gnome pattern, so I will be making as many as I can for gifts, along with some little birds I designed!

  85. I have enjoyed following Prairie Point Junction on Facebook for a while now!

  86. I have an Instagram account now so I am happy to follow Prairie Point Junction there now, too!

  87. Also now following you on Instagram. Hope to win. Your web spaces are so sweet.

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