Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 13

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

Remember to enter to today to be entered to win the GRAND PRIZE, your own copy of Sew It All, Season 1! You were automatically entered to win the grand prize every time you commented on a giveaway day question.

Congratulations to yesterday’s winner; Heidi. Please email with your mailing address to receive your prize.

Today, we’re giving away an original Suede fashion sketch to three winners!(Check out Suede’s episode, “Elements of Design,” for his free project instructions.)suede 300x168 Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways Day 13

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

Fill in the blank:  If I had a new sewing room I would fill it with __________!

Enter your answer below and enjoy the holiday weekend. Tuesday, we’ll announce today’s winner and the grand prize winner!

 Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways Day 13
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130 Responses to Sew It All 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 13

  1. Micki B says:

    Ample size cutting table and ironing board. A newer style embroidery machine that hooks up directly to computer, more friendly serger that doesn’t fight me. Stand for draping cornices, swags, jabot etc. Store style display for threads, and the list goes on.

  2. Mama Lusco says:

    Floor to ceiling shelving!

  3. Jennifer Wright says:

    More supplies for making Renaissance costumes!!

  4. Lupe Cervantes says:

    If I had a new sewing room I would fill it with a shopping spree of a variety of apparel fabrics to make myself a much needed new wardrobe, and some fabrics to make some clothes for my nieces and nephews, too.

  5. Wanda Gerling says:

    I would fill it with fabric,gadgets,books,patterns and a lot of love

  6. Jodi Guerrero says:

    I fill it with fabric, lots of sewing maching, a cutting table…some way of organizing everything. I’d have a big desk where I could do other crafts, write etc. I’d have a big comfy chair that I could just sit in and handwork in or read. It would have a great light just to the side of it. I’d have baskets around, some kind of music, radio, stereo etc.

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  7. Jackie says:

    lots and lots of fabric!

  8. Patty Morais says:

    Fabric, machines, shelving and great lighting

  9. Kathy bruce says:

    Fabric no clocks everething you need at arms reach

  10. Maureen Vonnahme says:

    Everything that I would need to enjoy sewing again!

  11. Maureen says:

    elves who put things away when I was done for the day so I was ready to play everytime I went in there.

  12. Chuck says:

    Fabric, kitties, and places to put both . ; )

  13. Pam says:

    a sewing machine for every job.

  14. Nonie Saunchegrow says:

    I’d fill mine with all kinds of fabric. I love buying fabric!

  15. Paige G says:

    If I have a new sewing room I would fill it with a NEW sewing/embroidery machine, material, patterns, beads, buttons and bobbles!!!! Oh how much fun would that be? :o )

  16. carla vachowski says:

    A really big cutting table …

  17. Catherine Smith says:

    Of course I would have a special shelf that had a very beautiful basket decorated with ribbons and lace. It would contain every autographed SuedeSays pattern I own. Just above the basket there would be three sketches from Suede himself in a beautiful frame. Matted with lace and sequins. A girl can dream can’t she? :)

  18. Bonita Harms says:

    storage racks to place totes containing fabric, lace, and stablizers. Also, bookshelf for all my sewing books and embroidery CD’s and sewing DVD’s. I would like to have all my Sew News Magazines near for projects on my “want to do list”.

  19. Linda T says:

    Since I would have enough money to redo my sewing room, I must have enough to fill my sewing room with all the best fabrics and a new very fancy sewing machine.

  20. Loretta Moffit says:

    Shelves and more shelves for fabric and books. A long arm quilting machine. Airconditioneer and heater. Small fridge, sewing machines and a rocking chair

  21. Lois Jacobs says:

    a long arm and elves!

  22. Liz B says:

    all of Suedesays patterns with all the material I would need to sew them for my daughter and grandaughter.

  23. Louise Mills says:

    Fat quarters, fabric and quilt patterns and quilts!!!!

  24. jeanne provost says:

    I would fill it with fun fabric, and trims to decorate with.

  25. Sue Knarr says:

    If I had a new sewing room I would fill it with shelves and cubbyholes to hold my rainbow of color fabrics and threads and a marvelous cutting table.

  26. Brenda Green says:

    Fabric! I love fabric.

  27. Karen Colopy says:

    shelves and containers to organize everything so I have ample room t sew.

  28. Donna Baker says:

    shelves of fabric & scrap booking materials, tables to put my sewing machine & serger on so I didn’t have to put them away after I worked on them

  29. Barbara Robinson says:

    My machines and well organized books, magazines, fabrics, trims, notions.
    everything to make my sewing experience even more enjoyable!

  30. Mary Adcock says:

    Organization, Light, Love, and a very content ME ! :)

  31. Brenda Werntz says:


  32. Eileen says:

    TIME to sew all I have stashed…

  33. Suzanne Ripple says:

    Sewing machines, new, old and me sewing away!

  34. SewLindaAnn says:

    Lots of natural sunshine!

  35. SEWNYA says:

    I would fill it with great new furniture that is not hand-me-downs and make something work! A place for every machine and an embroidery machine besides!

  36. Wendy Jo says:

    A large sturdy table in the center of the room with several comfortable chairs. Some great fabric and multiple outlets to plug in several sewing machines. I’d love a space big enough to actually have friends over so we could work on projects together rather then sewing alone.

  37. Marrietta says:

    All my sewing machines…instead of only three.

  38. Lots of fabric and sewing supplies

  39. Sheila Scott says:

    If I had a new sewing room I would fill it with all the machines, tools, fabric, books, notions, bargain finds from the old room, add a few more machines, steamer, one wall of mirror for fittings with a row of lights across the top, an 8×8 foot cutting table maybe 2 with shelves and cubbies below for interfacings, linings and tools. I would smear the one wall with pictures, drawings, colors, architecture, and any nuiance of an inspiration whatever that may be. Speakers on 2 walls for relaxing music with no words for zoning into a relaxing trance of artistic expression and creativity. My cat would lay in there with me while I worked. The other 2 walls would be painted that pinkish shrimp color. There would be lots of room for storing supplies and in an orderly system. I would set up my computer, printer and …. I know there’s more but this is just the beginning.

  40. Darcie says:

    Organization first, fabric second. And something I need (want) but don’t have yet in my current space is a dressform.

  41. Sue K says:

    Would want a nice table for sewing machine at the right height, cutting table, good window, lots of storage, and a design wall and a place to iron. Oh and good lighting!

  42. LauraM says:

    More work space!

  43. Regina Roza says:

    with all the same stuff MY SEWING has right now…my vintage sewing books, vintage patterns, excellent lighting, my mannequin, baker’s racks with all my fabric and patterns neatly organized in storage bins, etc….everything I need is at my fingertips which keeps me creative, motivated and productive! :)

  44. Sabrina says:

    Books and fabric.

  45. Linda Maxwell says:

    Cabinets, cutting table, desk, lots of machines and organization.

  46. Pam Wright says:


  47. Frank Huynh says:

    The boxes of scrap fabric that I half-hazardly scattered throughout my basement, in addition to my sewing machine, serger, and clothing rack.

  48. Jeanne Gold says:

    If I had a new sewing room I would fill it with fabric, thread, stabilizers, patterns … and Sew It All!

  49. Fabric, notions and thread, oh my!