Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 11

It’s day 11 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; Rozevelyn, Jen Barker & Vicky Smith. Please email with your mailing address to receive your prize.

Today, we’re giving away the adorable cat softie made by Casey Buchanan on the “Sassy Softies” episode to one winner! (Download the project for free here.)2011 08 31 14 29 48 66 300x169 Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways Day 11For your chance to win, answer this question in the comments section:

There will be some great new sewing machines available this fall. Are you planning to buy a new sewing machine this year?

Enter your answer below and good luck! Tomorrow, we’ll announce today’s winner and the question for Day 12!

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93 Responses to Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 11

  1. MARY STOTT says:


  2. Rhonda Cockman says:

    No got one last year

  3. I bought a sewing machine a few years ago & still haven’t learned how to use it very well! Very doubtful the hubby would see the logic in buying a new one!!

  4. nancy lowe says:

    I like to look but I love my 99k Singer for quilting. The only new one i need is an embroider machine and serger. I prefer Elna so I will be looking at those.

  5. Becky P S says:

    Nope, no way. I stitch on either my Great Great Aunt Sally’s treadle machine or my 1950′s Singer Slant-O-Matic! Would not trade these for any new machine with computer parts and beeps and noises!

  6. Vickie Tinsley says:

    I sure wish I could but not in the budget this year maybe next,

  7. Krystal Bennett says:

    No, I still use the one my Dad got me in HS, back in 81′. I also have my Grandmother’s 1927 Singer treadle machine that I love dearly. I like looking at the new machines, if I did get one, it would be a serger.

  8. Jo Dengler says:

    I just got a new sewing machine. But if I was to win one, I would gift my daughter one and keep one.

  9. Sheryl says:

    I would love to have a new sewing machine but can’t afford one…

    Thank you for the cute Sassy Softies cat pattern…
    Sew news rocks ..

  10. Susan says:

    I would love to update/upgrade my 8-10 year old machines, but just not in the budget, not with the current economy…

  11. Glenda L. Waring says:

    I don’t think I will be up-grading my sewing/embroidery machine this year. I am thinking of adding a smaller sewing machine to my arsenal. One that will transport light and easy to quilting classes or guild work days. I just think all of these advancements in sewing and embroidery are absolutely wonderful. My mother and my mother-in-law would be right in the middle of this. They both helped me learn to sew and to tailor and I am so grateful to them for this life skill. They would both have a stack of projects for me to do!!! And I would too.!!!

  12. Sabrina Heard says:

    No, I just bought a newn machine this past summer.

  13. Kim N says:

    I’m thinking about a new machine, but we’ll see how the budget goes!

  14. Dawn Elliott says:

    That is soooo adorable. I love simple objects like that.

  15. Paula says:

    Just looked today – its not in the budget.

  16. Dawn Elliott says:

    oops forgot to answer the question. Just bought a new sewing machine 3 years ago so it is going to have to last me another couple years.

  17. Judy Lunsford says:

    No just got an Ellisimo last April. Will get at least 1 of the new upgrades aftre the first of the year.

  18. Flo Hamman says:

    Still dearly love my 1964 Singer Touch & Sew, it is an amazing machine. I also have my husband’s grandmother’s 1909 treadle sewing machine that still works great and is fun to use. I guess it would qualify to be called a “Green Machine”…for it needs no electricty and the foot power is good exercise.

  19. Kare says:

    No mine is still going strong. :)

  20. Florence Hamman says:

    Still love my amazing 1964 Singer Touch & Sew. I also have my husband’s grandmother’s 1909 treadle sewing machine that works great and is fun to use. This treadle machine could qualify to be called a “Green” machine for it needs no electricty, just foot power which is also good exercise too.

  21. Linda Maxwell says:

    No I brought one too recent to get another.

  22. jen says:

    nope, i love my oldies…all 3 of them LOL

  23. Heidi says:

    No, I sooo love all of my machines !!!

  24. Eileen says:

    No new machines for me. Have 6 – use them all, love them all – but no budget for anything else right now.

  25. Peggy says:

    I already bought a new sewing/embroidery machine this year…and bought a nice second hand machine for a back-up….if I win the lottery, I could find homes for more new machines:0)

  26. Wanda says:

    Would love an embroidery machine, but that is not in the budget this year!

  27. Vicky kelley says:

    With the 4 I have no need to buy a new one.

  28. Robin Liskiewitz says:

    No, my next purchase when I can afford it will be a serger.

  29. Linda McKay says:

    If I told my husband I was looking for another machine I think he would either commit me or divorce me, lol. About the only thing I don’t have that I’d like to have is a Felting Machine, so there’s always the possibility that could show up for my birthday or Christmas. Otherwise I will stick with my two embroidery machines, two sergers and a straight stitch I use for quilting, so I’m set. It is fun to look and see all the new bells and whistles on the new machines tho.

  30. Kathy bruce says:

    Brothr has some awsome new machine and there in storers .ow gotta chechk um out youll love um

  31. Wendy Scott says:

    My DH has forbidden me from buying any more sewing machines. But if I won one that would not count.

  32. Tina Michaud says:

    No, I got one for Christmas last year :)

  33. Julie Eggleston says:

    I would love to have another machine as a backup.

  34. Linda says:

    No, I’m not planning to buy a new sewing machine at this time.

  35. jeanne provost says:

    maybe a serger, but I like my present sewing machine,

  36. Loretta says:

    No, Hubby thinks 9 are enough, but he has about that many tractors so I don’t see the problem.

  37. Karen A says:

    I’m really not in the market for one, but my dear hubby asked me if I wanted a new one, hmmm?

  38. Monica Mathias says:

    I am looking at the new machines and at the older models. The Elna I received in 1978 bit the dust two years ago. It was replaced with a Brother, that is adequate. However, I would like a more powerful machine that offers more features.

  39. Kristine Nitti says:

    I wish, but no, because my sewing machine is only 2 years old. (And I’m still learning how to use all of the wonderful functions and stitches)

  40. Cheryl Maynard says:

    No, I just bought a new one last August.

  41. Marilyn Snow says:

    No, I’m not in the market for a new machine. I have more than I can use at one time!

  42. Krystal B. says:

    I just bought a new one this year, it would have to be a serger I would buy next!

  43. Linda says:

    No, I like my old reliables and I can’t afford an upgrade.

  44. Linda T says:

    I hope to get a Janome Horizon or the Elna equivilent by the end of the year. Love my current machines but I want the bigger bed for doing quilting and all those stitches would be heaven.

  45. Carol Gartrell says:

    I bought a new one last year.

  46. deb says:

    I wish! I would love to upgrade my embriodery machine, but it is not in the stars.

  47. Regina Roza says:

    yes I am, I will be buying one of the new Janome machines…it’s a present to me, I’m turning 50 on the 18th!!

  48. Sharon says:

    Yes, but not sure what kind!

  49. Jamie Fukofuka says:

    Not this year. Mine is working great. Thank goodness!!!

  50. Sue K says:

    Nope not this year bought a Bernina 830 almost 2 yrs ago. Its a wonderful machine and does embroidery the BEST!!
    I still have my Bernina 200E for back up so think that is enough!

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