Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 3

It’s day 3 of our Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways on our blog!

Remember to enter to win each day by answering a question in the Comments section. Also, we will be giving away a GRAND PRIZE, your own copy of Sew It All, Season 1! You will be automatically entered to win the grand prize every time you comment on a giveaway day question.

Congratulations to yesterday’s winners; Rosa Alvarez, Denise Garceau and Kae Hulburt. Please email with your mailing address to receive your prize.

Today, we’re giving away one signed Tina Givens book to one winner and one Tina Givens storage box featured on the show to four winners! (Check out Tina Givens episode, “Smart Storage,” and download her project for free.) tina 300x236 Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways Day 3

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

What techniques would you like to see in future episodes?

Enter your answer below and good luck! Monday, we’ll announce today’s winner and the question for Day 4!

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125 Responses to Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 3

  1. Sue says:

    how to do mitred borders

  2. Patty Chambers says:

    Embellishment using all mediums

  3. Janet Walsh says:

    I would like to see smocking and bobbin work.

  4. Kay Bryan says:

    I would love to learn more about inserting interfacing, there are so many different types on the market. Every time I interface a collar I always put it on the wrong side, or I get the ripples. Would just love to see this done step by step. Thanks very much!

  5. nadine says:

    Beginning quilting!

  6. Tammy Wachter says:

    I just love the storage boxes! Even though I have been sewing for 35 years, I have found myself drawn to all kinds of sewing techniques old and new.

  7. Gaila Coursey says:

    Paper Piecing.

  8. Pat H. says:

    I’m with half of the above. And how about working with linings.?

  9. kathy mccurdy says:

    How about fabric etching when doing cutwork?

  10. Jennifer says:

    I would love to see more about adjusting and creating your own patterns. I have a teenage daughter who’s sizes vary so greating in the different measurements of a pettern that it’s difficult to make tops for her (ie: siz 20 in bust size 8 in waist ans size 16 in hips.)

  11. Kristen says:

    Working with linings would be grand.

  12. Lorna Durkin says:

    How about applying bias edging, and having it look good when done!

  13. Christine says:

    Comparison of the various sewing/ embroidery machines as to which does what best.

  14. kathy Scruggs says:

    I think I would like more applique’ tips.

  15. Cindy Mateer says:

    Applying Bias edging would be helpfu.

  16. Lisa Krupa says:

    Lining help would be great

  17. Jackie says:

    I would like to learn more about bobbin work with my sewing machine.

  18. Lynn Lawrence says:

    Like Nadine. I would like beginning quilting.

  19. Sharon Finkenbine says:

    How to have a great sewing studio in the space that you have. Storage tips.

  20. Joyce P. says:

    Hints for sewing on thick fabrics. I broke 2 needles yesterday.

  21. Brenda Werntz says:

    Hi, I would like to see quick/easy gift ideas. Keep Up The Great Work!

  22. Brook Scott says:

    I’d like to see the show period. I don’t get it in my area. Thinking about ordering the season dvd. You have that, right?

  23. I would like to see how to use elastic thread in your bobbin.

  24. Michelle Shamp says:

    The basics on linings!

  25. Carol Crouch says:

    I would like to see more on machine embroidery.

  26. Sabrina says:


  27. Pattern customization and quilt as you go, please.

  28. Jill says:

    buttonholes on fleece for a fleece barn coat I am going to make

  29. Vicky kelley says:

    I would like to see a lesson on felting and smocking.

  30. Sharon J says:

    I would like more on topstitching/decorative stitching, what types of needles and what thread weights to use with different thickness of fabrics.

  31. Alice says:

    I would love to learn more about the fine art of sewing….Pintucks….insertion of lace…things that were used regularly in sewing long ago.

  32. Paula says:

    How to wind invisible thread on the bobbin. Is there a trick to it??

  33. Kathy Felker says:

    can’t get enough about choosing the right stabilizers… so confusing

  34. sharon krutz says:

    Clothing construction

  35. Diana Guzman says:

    Linings and embellishments!

  36. Linda says:

    I would like to see more on getting nice even borders and mitered corners.

  37. Kathy P. says:

    I would love to learn more about decorative stitches. Different threads to use, fabrics to avoid, and any other tricks to make use of them. I pretty much just get as far as zig-zag, and that’s it.

  38. Kathy bruce says:

    Any all are fin to lurn

  39. vickie handy says:

    how to make french seams on garments or bedding

  40. Kathy bruce says:

    Opps any all are fun learn

  41. kae hulbert says:

    Embellisheing of garments

  42. Bianca Springer says:

    I would like to see more about modifying pants to maternity with knit fabric.

  43. rosalee says:

    Organizing all the stash, goodies and patterns we accumulate–so that they are accessible!

  44. Brenda says:

    Easy gift ideas for adults and children.

  45. Ellen Mills says:

    I think more on bobbin work would be great.

  46. Vicky Smith says:

    Embroidery Techniques

  47. Janice Murry says:

    Quilt as you go and also pattern fitting.

  48. Gaye W says:

    I would like to see needle size/type explained, (ie) which needle to which fabric weight. Also, the use of twin needles.

  49. Melinda Thompson says:

    Different pocket treatments! So many clothing items have such boring pockets when they could really be an embellishment!

  50. Kim N says:

    I’d like to see lining, quilting, and basic pattern making/adjusting.

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