Free Stuff Friday-Biggest prize ever!

We have another HUGE Free Stuff Friday giveaway today! Enter to win the new Triple Bright Lamp from Daylight Company (MSRP: $179.99).

The lamp  is a professional high-power workstation lamp, lighting up wide areas on your desk, work station

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Triple Bright Lamp from Daylight

, drawing board or sewing area. The 24” x 4.3” large shade can be smoothly adjusted vertically, horizontally and laterally to any desired position. With this great light you will be amazed how much better you will see the finer details and inspiring colors in your work.

For your chance to win the Triple Bright Lamp, answer this question in the comments section:

What has been your favorite Sew News project this year and why? (Visit the Past Issues page to refresh your memory.)

Post your answer by 9 AM ET on Monday, when we’ll announce the winner. Good luck!

 Free Stuff Friday Biggest prize ever!
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78 Responses to Free Stuff Friday-Biggest prize ever!

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  2. Chaleen Long says:

    I would have to say i LOVED the “pattern play” now I cant make a pattern without playing with it first!

  3. Ruth Mihaltian says:

    I have been reading your magazine since before it was a magazine and it was only like a newspaper. I think it might have been in the late 80′s i have kept all of the magazines and gave all the newspaper ones to a sewer in Florida. I am sorry now but I have enjoyed Sew News for many years. I also have given subscriptions to many folks for christmas. every one said what a welcome gift to get and to give. I must say this year has been about the most informed of all the years that Ican remember. Every page has something new and exciting. Please keep up the good work. I hope I will be able to enjoy you all for a few more years. Thank you again for the journey thru your hard work and for the lovely magazine.
    An avid reader
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  4. MARY STOTT says:

    TOTES, AND MORE TOTES.

  5. Karen Lahey says:

    I’d say Made for Shade in the June/July 2011 Issue. As a nudist, I am out in the sun a lot and need sun protection.

  6. liz carlin says:

    I just got my first issue yesterday so I haven’t made anything yet. I’m thinking about the cloche in wool felt and I love your color choice.

  7. Karen P says:

    My favorite idea is the reversible raincoat. I am thinking of doing a reversible coat/jacket with a liner/vest with extra (hidden) pockets. One side warm, one side rain-repellent, with decorative buttons/to attach a warm liner/vest

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  9. Nancy in IN says:

    I loved curves ahead and know my grand would love. I hope to try soon.

  10. Beth says:

    Purses and totes are the best. Who doesn’t need purses, wallets, and tote bags? They make great gifts and are quick to make.

  11. Elena says:

    I love the seasonal forecasts and the totes and purses!

  12. Janice says:

    Like the “organizer” projects like “Office Manager” (April/May 2011) and the “Made-to-Order Organizer” (December 2010/January 2011). Also the tips on making a Roman shade in the December/January issue.

  13. Amy MacKay says:

    The weekender tote from February 2010. LOVED the “unmatched” fabrics, gave me the motivation to use a variety of fabrics. Fun and large tote!

  14. I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THE PHOTO MAILER. IT MAKES A GIFT OF A FEW PHOTOS TO BE A TRUELY HANDMADE TREASURE. LOVE IT!!!

  15. Tammie M says:

    I am a long time subscriber and I don’t know how to choose just one. I usually have one favorite in every issue.

  16. Carla G says:

    I like the Summertime Skirt in the June/July 2011 issue. I always find projects in every issue that I want to make.

  17. sammantha seals says:

    the article about body shape and appropriate patterns that minimize problems and make us look so much better. really love it. and think we really often need this sort of help for sewing for others….makes us look so smart!!! thanks,
    and there are dozens of others articles ; how can you ask us to choose!!!! love it aned thanks!!

  18. sammantha seals says:

    the article about body shape and appropriate patterns that minimize problems and make us look so much better. really love it. and think we really often need this sort of help for sewing for others….makes us look so smart!!! thanks,
    and there are dozens of others articles ; how can you ask us to choose!!!! love it aned thanks!!

  19. Vicki J.D. says:

    I liked “Serger Savy” simply because I always need help in the serger department!

  20. Mardell says:

    Without a doubt….purses….bags…I like them a LOT.

  21. Karen A says:

    I liked the article “pattern play” It’s fun to see different ways to use a pattern.

  22. Marilyn Porter says:

    I like the skirt with the interlocking scallop design in the April/May issue.

  23. PMcKenzie says:

    I think the Dec 2010/Jan 2011 issue, I’ve been looking for purse accessories patterns for awhile, but haven’t been able to find a pattern until this issue. A BIG thank you :)

  24. Anita Beasley says:

    Beauty & Batik Table runner from Aug/sept 2011 issue.

  25. Colleen Elston says:

    Just finishing up a couple of totes for a breast cancer fundraiser. I try to do something from every issue.

  26. Brenda says:

    The curves ahead skirt. Although I haven’t had time to make it yet. It is so cute.

  27. Ann Hudson says:

    What has been your favorite Sew News project this year and why?

    I LOVE the ‘office manager’ in the April/May issue! I’ve made quite a few of these since April. My teen daughter wanted one to hang beside her desk, then my husband wanted one for work, my Mom wanted one for her kitchen and I have one in my sewing room. I have plans to make a few for office Christmas gifts. I really like to use my sewing time wisely, usually making myself clothing or home dec, the occasional quilt etc.

    Thank you for a wonderful, information publication! Best, Ann

  28. Bonnijean M says:

    It’s hard to choose but I’d say pattern play.