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 info@sewitalltv.com 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. Wanda says:

    paper piecing

  2. Jackie M says:

    I would love to see reviews of products. Like recommondations on sewing machines to rotary cutters\mats, cutting machines, scissors. Pro’s and Con’s. I think it would be so helpful. Different craft rooms with the owners take on storage solutions. Also vote for bias tape. It defeats me.

  3. Janet La Rock says:

    Crocheting on the sewing machine.

  4. Evelyn says:

    Color selection, coordination, and balance.

  5. Patricia MacDougall says:

    Making swimsuits that fit properly. How to use swimsuit elastic, fitting bra’s into the suit, getting a proper body fit. I am not a large woman, but neither am I small…finding a swimsuit suitable for public wear has been a nightmare!

  6. Gina S. says:

    I always see how to get perfect corners with binding, but nothing on how to get it when you turn it to the back.

  7. Jane says:

    Machine embroidery on clothing.

  8. Calla Ferguson says:

    How about machine embroidery? It is getting really popular. It doesn’t have to be with an embroidery machine, you can use “free motion” embroidery with your sewing machine to do some kewl embellishments on items you already have. Great for back to school to revamp last years favorites.

  9. Rachel D says:

    Working with linings is my vote.

  10. Linda CAry says:

    What is the best way to use Crazy quilt technique to make a purse?

  11. Peggy A. says:

    Fabric dyeing and incorporating found objects into projects.

  12. PMcKenzie says:

    Buttonholes made super fasssttt! I try to avoid them & would like a much easier & faster way. Also faster way of putting zippers in.

  13. Michelle S says:

    ZIPS – how to actually sew these suckers in, without all the hassles !!!

  14. Regina Meeks says:

    Pattern sizes. I can never figure out what size pattern to buy. Even with multiple pattern sizes in the same envelope, I still have trouble figuring out which size will work best.

  15. Wanda says:

    free motion quilting

  16. Nancy Rudd says:

    paper piecing

  17. Patty says:

    Altering ready to wear, for short height (petite) larger lady

  18. Cherie M. says:

    Buttonholes and putting zippers in. I can do it but not with any speed.

  19. Michele says:

    in the hoop projects

  20. Carol Gartrell says:

    Inserting invisible zippers

  21. Dee says:

    I would like to see some tips on the perfect buttonhole and the art of putting in a zipper.
    Thanks.

  22. Zell Blount says:

    I would like more info on different sewing feet. I would like to know where to purchase them for certain machines and more on how they are used. Also, more on sergers. I have one but do not know how to use it.

  23. Neva Bartak says:

    More on narrow hemming foot and also on the teflon foot use.

  24. lisa says:

    Would love to see more programming on how to adjust size on patters for specific body types.

  25. Regina Roza says:

    i would love to see basic pattern making and some draping episodes

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