12 Days of Giveaways: Day 2

Congratulations to yesterday’s winner, Jeanne, for her great answer: “My daughter is doing Tunisian crochet scarves for all her family and co-workers; I am making fleece hats for all, plus flannel pjs for my kids [family tradition] plus assorted totes and accessories…all from my stash or recycling bag…” Jeanne was randomly selected to win the book Simple Gifts: 50 Little Luxuries to Craft, Sew, Cook & Knit by Jennifer Worick (Voyageur Press).

Today’s book giveaway is for Design Your Own Tees by Jennifer Cooke (St. Martin’s Griffin). Check it out here.

designyourowntees 12 Days of Giveaways: Day 2

For your chance to win this fabulous book, simply answer today’s question: What types of technique articles or projects would you most like to see in Sew News?

Enter your answer below and good luck! Tomorrow, we’ll announce today’s winner and the question for Day 3!

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58 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways: Day 2

  1. Brenda Adams says:

    I enjoy seeing projects that are unique and simple to make. I am a project person and love those that grab my attention right away. I love your magazine. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  2. Connie says:

    I love reading about other people’s innovative ways to solve problems, and tricks of the trade that work well. I can learn from others experience and love to pick up a neat idea to try!

  3. Debi Tullier says:

    I would like to see more about general sewing machine techniques. So many think they need a fancy machine to get quality results. There are all kinds of tips and shortcuts to get great results from any machine. So Sew News show us!!

  4. Kim Porter says:

    I Always like articles about doing home decorating projects.

  5. Jeny says:

    I’ve gotten some great ideas from your articles!
    I’d like to see more articles about kid clothes. Fashion advice–because kids want to look like their peers, but it would be great if their clothes had some uniqueness–how about kid-tested fashion. What constitutes a “hit” or a “miss” to the kid? And fitting for kid clothes. So many of the nice simple patterns I’ve bought to make kids outfits, just do not fit them well! And have cheap finishing: elastic-casing waistbands, pants seats and legs that may fit a beanpole kid but not a muscular little dynamo.

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  7. Adelhid says:

    I would love to see fun sewing for my teenager to get her excited about learning to sew!

  8. Cynthia Swol says:

    I would like to see seger projects that with each issue to start easy going forward to harder projects with new magazine giving us new-be’s to sergers teaching tech.

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