T-Shirt Giveaway #2

*Contest is closed. Our randomly generated winner is comment #4, Melissa! Don’t fret! There will be three more chances to win a tee*

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In case you haven’t noticed, it’s our birthday month around here, and we’re giving you a chance to not only celebrate with a BIG storewide sale (OMG go shop now!), but a chance to win one of these limited edition Urban Threads tees!  We had our first giveaway Monday, this is chance number two!

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This rocking tee features a grungy graphic print of our new coloring contest freebie design, with the Urban Threads URL on the back. It’s bold and crafty and just a little bit punk, kinda like Urban Threads. So, how do you enter to win a chance at your tee today?

Today you can enter to win one of these rad shirts by leaving a comment on this post telling us what your favorite Tutorial is on Urban Threads. In love with those sweater boots? Maybe you’re a big fan of upcycling things.  Leave it in the comments for this post by tonight at 11:59 p.m., Central time (that’s basically before midnight tonight) to enter for a second chance to win your own UT shirt! Please leave just ONE comment per person, thanks.

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136 Responses to “T-Shirt Giveaway #2”

  1. 1
    Beth says:

    I love the tattoo tights!

  2. 2
    stacysews says:

    I have to second the tattoo tights tutorial!

  3. 3
    Bethany says:

    I can’t wait to try the infinity scarf with the lace. Love Urban Threads!

  4. 4
    Melissa says:

    I love the tiny plush unicorn. She is super cute!!!

  5. 5
    Danielle says:

    I love the DIY Painterly Doodles! So beautiful :-)

  6. 6
    Bethany says:

    I can’t wait to try the infinity scarf!

  7. 7
    Kathy E. says:

    My favorite tutorial is the Happy Cactus Pincushion. I’ve got to make one soon and take out my less-than-prudent thoughts on him! I pinned him to my pinterest board, too!

  8. 8
    Alison says:

    I really like the linen & leather tatto clutch. I NEED to make that!

  9. 9
    Angelic Morrison says:

    I love the hip pouch tutorial!! As an avid Ren – Fest goer, I needed a hip pouch for my costume and your tutorial saved my life!!!

  10. 10
    Keri says:

    The little dragon hoodie. I made one for a friend’s son and he wore it every day until it was far too small for him. :)

  11. 11
    Carol says:

    Love the lace shorts up cycles

  12. 12
    carmen says:

    I love the coffee cozy tut

  13. 13
    Khristine says:

    Punky petticoat is my fave…I have one… half done…maybe I will go finish that today :)

  14. 14

    My stars! The celestial quilt is out of this world!

  15. 15
    Marilyn Auman says:

    I love so many of your tutorials and I admit I have several on my to do list. However I think my favorite is the Giving Bunny. They are so cute, fun and a worthwhile effort.

  16. 16
    Heather says:

    It was a pretty close call between the 3D Robot and the Antique Embroidered Book, but I think I’m going to have to go with the Antique Embroidered Book. I haven’t made one yet, but it’s one of the first things I found when I came to this site, I promise I’ll make one eventually! <3

  17. 17
    timewrinkler says:

    Well, I’m gonna go with the Lace Shorts, because that is the one I just did! But they are all truly inspiring!

  18. 18
    Sally says:

    My fave has to be the Evenfall lace tutorial, it gave me so many ideas of ‘other’ things to do with the patterns – am working on a pair of shoes at the moment that are too big, so going to use one of the designs as a kinda buckle to hold them on.

  19. 19
    Tracy says:

    I love all the tutorials, but my favorite is Embossed Embroidery!

  20. 20
    Debbie Perez says:

    I really like the Gilded Lace Mustache Necklace because I never thought about doing something like this but it is very cool!

  21. 21
    Nancy Kurrasch says:

    I must say, I never realized you had tutorials. I checked them all over and there are some really good ones. I am going to try the Raw Edge Applique with the wise old owl. It looks really easy and is really cute.

  22. 22
    Vanessa says:

    I really liked the rustic gilded centerpiece! I haven’t the juevos to try it yet. But I really like it!

  23. 23
    Anna V says:

    Def the sweater boots! So stinking cute!

  24. 24
    Sue says:

    The lace shorts are incredible. I really want to try this.

  25. 25
    Sarah says:

    Someday I’m going to find a piece of leather and make the leather and linen tattoo clutch. Someday….

  26. 26
    Sharla G says:

    The Monster Mit potholder is my absolute favorite… and he’s a great help in the kitchen! :)

  27. 27
    Kris says:

    I love the design hacks tutorial. I love changing up designs and doing something new and unexpected with them! I also love all the upcycle tutorials.
    This was a good idea, because while looking through tutorials to pick a fave, I discovered a ton that I hadn’t noticed before! Love them all!

  28. 28
    Phyllis says:

    Oh the steampunk satchel, is my favorite, also I really want to make the peacock bag.

  29. 29
    Amber Emberton says:

    I’m pretty fond of the painterly doodles

  30. 30
    Addrienne says:

    I loved the upcycled jacket A LOT. I shop at thrift stores often and I have a couple blazers that I am in love with, but they were getting kind of boring. It never occurred to me to embroider them. I thought that was an awesome idea!!

  31. 31
    Suzanna says:

    I love the steampunk coat. I can’t wait to be able to make one.

  32. 32
    Liana says:

    I love all your tutorials! My favorites so far – by the ones I have made – the needle book and the cloth covered sketch book.

  33. 33
    Diana says:

    I Love the Dragon Hot packs! I have made several!

  34. 34
    Theresa says:

    Leather & Linen Tattoo Clutch..this is one of my favorites…you can use any of the UT designs and it would be WONDERFUL !

  35. 35

    I really love your designs-so inspiring. I am drawn to the lace and the satchels. (Thanks for the samples!)

  36. 36
    Deanna Mason says:

    Little Dala Horse.I have a awooden one and did not know anything about it!

  37. 37
    Christi says:

    The Christmas stocking. I business is centered around them.

  38. 38
    GuidingDuck says:

    I love the sweater boots and the lampshade tutorials. I’ll be moving into a new house this summer and may actually need a new lampshade- YAY!!

  39. 39
    Annette says:

    I love the Tiny Plush Unicorn! So cute :)

  40. 40
    Kaino says:

    my favorite is Sweater Boots !! <3

  41. 41
    Paula Pardue says:

    I love the fright lights! I’m going to try them this Halloween.

  42. 42
    Bonnie O says:

    Love all the lace tutorials … especially the Battenburg Lace Chocker. All so pretty!

  43. 43
    Kat says:

    I love the dragon hot pack, I can’t make it though because my other half is allergic to the heated wheat cushions :(

  44. 44
    Christiane says:

    Sock monkeys!! Totally into these little guys…

  45. 45
    Shannon C. says:

    I love the tiny tricorn hat tutorial! I love the dimension! Thanks for the giveaway!

  46. 46
    Jane says:

    Oh… there are so many of the tutorials that I love and that I’ve made! The lace mask, tiny top hat and Gothic necklace… with bats! I’ve done hoodies that resemble monsters and fairies, a dragon neck warmer, scores of t-shirts, jackets, jeans and even a suit coat…. but my all time favorite is the Vampire Plushie bunny! I made all my grand kids one, and even the two older ones (15) loved them… I had to make more for there cousins and even mom got one! Best Bunny EVER!!!!!!

  47. 47
    Ruth says:

    Love the Dapper Bird Ornament. Made a flock of them to send with my Christmas cards this past Christmas. Everyone loved their surprise!

  48. 48
    Kim says:

    My favorite tutorial is the lace headband. I never made freestanding lace before that and everyone is amazed that I can make lace.

  49. 49
    Amy says:

    I referenced “how to use your embroidery machine” when I got my machine less than a year ago!
    http://www.urbanthreads.com/tutorials.aspx?t=How+to+Use+an+Embroidery+Machine

  50. 50
    Drue says:

    I really like the upcycled jacket and the framed floating embroidery.

  51. 51
    Tracy says:

    LOVE urbanthreads Monster Face design pack…..but of course,it’s because I love little monsters too!

  52. 52
    Karen says:

    Wow they all have great information. I really liked the one about preventing shifting and gapping (i’m still a newbie at this). But if I’m trying something new…like FSL your tutorials are where i go.

  53. 53
    Tam says:

    Favorite tutorial is the Mad Hatter book. For a pagan, that is the best treatment to give to a sketchbook to make it into an awesome Book of Shadows, not to mention I have *always* wanted to know how to make my own book boxes, and was completely psyched to find a nice clear way to do so – without machine embroidery cause at that time I had no machine. (Just got mine 2 weeks ago, still making friends with it.)

  54. 54
    Darlene says:

    So far I have done the In-jean designs on most all of my jeans, and some of my capri pants. I’ve done wine cozies for friends, and am thinking of doing the Mini Patch Hair Clips. And even though it is found under inspiration/lookbook instead of tutorials – I have Christmas gift plans for the Baroque Punk Blazer!

  55. 55
    Giliell says:

    Lurve the Punky Petticoat
    I made one for my daughter

  56. 56
    PPatcat says:

    I am particularly fond of the Leather & Linen Tattoo Clutch. I have not embroidered on leather and wonder if my machine can do it…

  57. 57
    Morgan says:

    I love the Battenburg Lace Choker. So beautiful and elegant!!

  58. 58
    Rebecca says:

    I love the Pen Pal Pillow! I’m hoping to try it out soon!

  59. 59
    Kelley says:

    I love the dragon hoodie! My oldest wore it until he outgrew it so I’m saving it for my youngest boy!

  60. 60
    DK says:

    I’m going to have to go with the Dragon Hot Pack, but it was a really tough choice.

  61. 61
    Erin says:

    I love the 3d lace Chandeliers. Would love to try some soon!

  62. 62
    Judith Martinez says:

    My favorite is the dragon hot pack!! SO CUTE!

  63. 63
    June says:

    My favorite tutorial is the one for the Giving Bunnies! I even got a friend to take one to Antarctica!

  64. 64
    Cheryl says:

    Dragon Hot Pack!

  65. 65
    Jodi Larson says:

    Can’t get enough of UT!

  66. 66
    Polly says:

    The E-Reader cover is great! Personalize for each person & add a long strap for easy transport to the beach.

  67. 67
    Cheryl says:

    The Battenburg Lace Choker … I stitched the lace using Gutterman silk thread and am ready for the “decorations” :)

  68. 68
    Sue says:

    im in the prossess of making a pair of sweater boots to go with an indian outfit for a upcomming party just couldent do it without your tutorial. keep up the good work .xx

  69. 69
    Kaitlyn says:

    I’m gonna say I love the Evenfall lace tutorial. The whole free standing lace was a crazy new concept for me, so having a well laid out tutorial really did help. :)

  70. 70
    Simone says:

    There are a few I am dying to try, thought I followed a few the Best so far was/is
    winged hoody

  71. 71
    Jennifer W says:

    Giving bunny!!

  72. 72
    Constance M. Bunn says:

    I like the wedding bunting….I do alterations for lots of weddings and sometimes get close to the clients. This would be a nice gift to give those special clients (if I can find time to make some up ahead of time…seems like I’m always super busy during prom and wedding seasons!).

  73. 73
    Laurie says:

    I’m a fan of the Hip Headband.

  74. 74

    The giving bunny! Such a sweet and cute gesture, making the world a little snugglier one bunny at a time!

  75. 75
    Jamie says:

    I’ve always loved the Crafty Tool Belt, but the Hound Dog Hoodie is a close second.

  76. 76
    Wendy Wiggins says:

    I’m still lovin’ the Elven court pack xx

  77. 77
    Melissa says:

    The winged drape cardigan is my favorite! I want a closet full (but still on my “must do” list)

  78. 78
    Heather Luca says:

    Painterly doodles, they look like something I will definitely have to try!

  79. 79
    Nina says:

    Gingerbread Ornaments and Gift Jar tutorial … Thx for the excellent designs

  80. 80
    Kristine says:

    the lace embellished shorts!!! im a little sad i cant make them since i have a machine that does only 4×4. I have on the hunt for a friend that has a bigger machine!!!

  81. 81
    Bev B says:

    My favorite is the Lace on Lace Jewelry Holder. I haven’t made it yet, but it is an interesting idea.

  82. 82
    Debbie Bogenschutz says:

    The lace embellished shorts. I wouldn’t wear them but I’d make them for someone else. Maybe I’d lace embellish some capris!

  83. 83
    sommerkind says:

    My favourite is the felt bowl tutorial, because it would be most useful in my kitchen :-)

  84. 84
    Sheryl says:

    The lace chokers and then the reuse on the shorts edge.

  85. 85
    Jan in SoDak says:

    Dog hoodie, leather cuffs and the leather and linen clutch are some of my fav’s!

  86. 86
    Tani says:

    I love the No Sew Script Scarf.

  87. 87
    Melissa says:

    I really like the lace tutorials, especially the articulated lace bunny.

  88. 88
    Helen Nickerson says:

    I have used the make a patch tutorial many times! thanks!

  89. 89
    Judy C says:

    I think Embellished Leather & Lace Embellished shorts tie for my favorite (:

  90. 90
    Gemma says:

    Going right back to basics, I love the Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches tutorial. So clear and easy to follow, and added Bunny comments are always a winner for me

  91. 91

    Coffee Cozies! They inspired me to start my store, my embroidery business and my sewing business.

  92. 92
    Paul East says:

    I loved the tutorial for the construction and dyeing of the Evenfall Lace ,it turned out beautiful .

  93. 93
    Karen Misner says:

    Lace spider web doily, hands down!

  94. 94
    Christina B says:

    I think for me it’s a tie between the ruffle cuff, the floating wings tee and the lock and key bag. They’re all just so pretty…

  95. 95
    Suzanne Dahlberg says:

    I love the little Dala Horse tutorial. I live in Sweden now and am fascinated with these cute horses!

  96. 96
    Kai' says:

    The Battenberg Lace bookmark which is next on my list of things I must try with my new embroidery machine.

  97. 97
    Sandy says:

    The Baroque Punk Blazer!!

  98. 98
    Jasmin says:

    I love the lace-up socks. What a great idea!

  99. 99
    Debra Neiman says:

    I simply love the Steampunk boot stocking

  100. 100
    ginger vandenberg says:

    love the embellishing on the jacket.

  101. 101

    I’m all about Giving Bunnies!

  102. 102
    Audrey Cottle says:

    I love the winged drape cardigan!!

  103. 103
    Michelle says:

    My Favorite is the Western Grunge Shirt! Stitching for men requires thinking outside the box. And this is darn near Perfect!! Thanks For ALL of your terrific tutorials!

  104. 104
    Liz says:

    Mine is probably the evenfall lace one, because it just has SO MANY great ideas in one. ;)

  105. 105
    Cecily says:

    Love the tattoo tights (have total plans on making a set) but also love the Floating Wings Tee….

  106. 106
    Danae says:

    I am bats for damask bats

  107. 107
    queenmaab says:

    All of them! What, I have to choose? Ok, if I have to choose I am going with the Vampire Bunny :) He’s too super cute and an awesome stuffie!

  108. 108
    Doris says:

    I didn’t even realize you had tutorials before today. I looked at a lot of them and have decided my favorite is Everything but Stitches.

  109. 109
    Sandy Kramer says:

    Those lace up socks would look great with my Renaissance outfit. And I LOVE the Giving Bunny Project! I’ve got the pattern, printed out the tags and making a bunch up. Can’t wait to give them away!

  110. 110

    The Giving Bunny. Simple, but so much fun to give!

  111. 111
    JM.Butterfly says:

    I love so many! But right now I think my favorite is the Spooky Shadowbox tutorial–I can’t wait to try it out! :D

  112. 112
    Arabella says:

    The winged draped cardigan. I swear this is the year that everyone is getting one for christmas

  113. 113
    tiff w says:

    My favorite section (besides all the great freebies) has got to be the tutorial section…I gotta make that dragon pillow!!!

  114. 114
    Emma says:

    I love the sock monkey!

  115. 115
    crys says:

    the lace shorts are so hawt!!! loving them :)

  116. 116
    Roberta says:

    French postcards is my favorite. Thanks so much!

  117. 117
    Becky says:

    I really appreciated the Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches, and I am now in search of leather for up-cycling into the Leather & Linen Tattoo Clutch!

  118. 118
    Jo Mosley says:

    The postcard pillow is so gorgeous! I love that one.

  119. 119
    Liz M says:

    Tatoo’d tights all the way for me!

  120. 120
    Lexie Saucier says:

    My favorite is the shorts upcycle. Made a pair few my granddaughter. They are her favorite shorts. Thanks

  121. 121
    sally durrer says:

    I love the plush unicorn.He’s soooo fluffy!!

  122. 122

    I LOVE the dragon hot pack. I want to do them as gifts this year. I know all kinds of people who would love them!

  123. 123
    Sarah says:

    I LOVE any of the upcycling tutorials. What’s not to love about taking something old & making it new again!

  124. 124
    Brenda Nicholson says:

    I like the dragon hot pack tutorial!

  125. 125
    Meagan F. says:

    Crayon tinting, most def!

  126. 126
    Jodie says:

    I have made three of the nook covers so I guess that would be my favorite tutorial.

  127. 127
    Tina Ellis says:

    I used the winged draped cardigan and Love the Keyboard cat tutorials!!

  128. 128
    Jean says:

    I like the badges tutorials, if I must choose only one.

  129. 129
    Valerie Elbel says:

    Definitely the Steampunk Satchel. I made one for my sister for her birthday, and received four more requests!!

  130. 130
    Lisa Parr says:

    Has to be the “Giving Bunny Project” … the whole concept is so very Cool!!!
    Love seeing where the bunnies are showing up and thinking of the joy the “Finders” are getting from something so very simple…

    My favorite saying: Commit random acts of kindness !!

  131. 131
    Astrea Ward says:

    Free-standing lace tutorial. No contest. I had no idea that was possible with machine embroidery before I found you guys!

  132. 132
    Gammy says:

    Your tutorials are very clear, concise,easy to follow, and my favorite part is that they are trendy. The latest trend in shorts for example are the lace shorts. And, you did not disappoint when you provided me with the tutorial which I’ve already used. I’m getting lots of compliments on that them. Thanks !

  133. 133
    Karrie Smith says:

    I am in love with almost all of them. How did I miss those?! The cactus pincushion is awesome. I NEED one of these shirts :) I’m going to keep trying for one. Thanks for the chance to win and Congrats on 5 years!

  134. 134
    Amy B. says:

    The Pirate vs. Ninja Thumb Wars tutorial, no question :>

  135. 135
    Bettina says:

    Right now its the crafty tool belt. I am making one now :)

  136. 136
    Kelly says:

    Needle Book crafting kit! Great gift for friends!