Free Stuff Friday: Win Sewn by Hand!

It’s time for another Free Stuff Friday! Our prize today is the lovely book Sewn by Hand: Two Dozen Projects Stitched with Needle & Thread.

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Sewn by Hand was written by Susan Wasinger, who appeared on the first season of Sew It All, demonstrating how to make a cute lunch bag from recycled plastic bags. To enter for your chance to win the book, tell us: What is your favorite episode of Sew it All TV so far? If you need a refresher, check out the guides to Season 1 and Season 2. Enter your answer in the comments section below, and we’ll randomly choose a winner on Monday!

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59 Responses to Free Stuff Friday: Win Sewn by Hand!

  1. Regina says:

    What a great give-away! I have never seen an episode of Sew it All, so I think this post is a great opportunity for getting acquainted with it!

  2. Lynne Nixon says:

    In the Trenches. It is so hard to find a good and cute raincoat!!

  3. Gwendie says:

    Episode 101 – Fabric Wall Art. Great for fast, simple and inexpensive gifts!

  4. Jo Dengler says:

    Episode 7 of Season 2 is my fav. I love to embroider, so anytime I find a new way to use my embroidery skills I am there! Thanks for all your wonderful ideas!

  5. Leslie Miller says:

    Would love! :) _

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  7. Teresa says:

    my favorite episode is Pattern Play, Sarai Mitnick, I’m a new sewer and just learning! I think it’s just great to have such valuable information all in one place.

  8. Ellabeth Gren says:

    They are all so good it’s hard o choose. I think maybe episode 208, Pattern Play with Sarai Mitnick, would be the best for new sewers and those returning to sewing after an absence. It’s not easy to look at a pattern and see exactly what should be done to make it fit, especially when beginning to sew for grandchildren.

  9. PatField says:

    Episode 7 in season 2 would have to be my fave since embroidery has always been my passion.

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