12 Days of Giveaways kicks off today!

To celebrate the season of giving, Sew News is hosting 12 Days of Giveaways on our blog! Starting tomorrow through Dec. 23, we’ll be giving away a fabulous prize at random to one of the lucky readers who answers the Question of the Day. Be sure to check back every weekday to participate! It’s simple–just enter your answer in the Comments section each day for your chance to win.

51p7LoEW91L 12 Days of Giveaways kicks off today!

Our Day 1 giveaway prize is Sew it, Stuff it: Cut, stitch and sew 25 adorable soft toys by Rob Merrett (Cico Books). Find it here.

Question of the Day: Would you make a stuffed toy for a  Christmas gift? Who would you give it to?

Making you work for it with a two part question. Enter your answer below and we’ll announce the winner on Friday. Be sure to check back here tomorrow for Day 2′s question!

Happy Holidays!

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128 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways kicks off today!

  1. Kayce Crews says:

    I would make a homemade quilt for my mom

  2. Angela J says:

    Yes, I would, my grandchildren would like one

  3. Jealin says:

    I’d make all kinds of stuffed toys for my kids. And a quilt for my little girl.

  4. crystle tellerday says:

    yes i would and id give it to my new cousin lexie

  5. EMMA L HORTON says:


  6. Coriander Warren says:

    I would ..I like making things for people…and I would make 3 different ones and give one to each ofmy kids

  7. carol lewis says:

    Sure, my grandkids. I made them pillows already.

  8. valancia says:

    Yes I”d be pleased t for my son or our cats

  9. Angela J says:

    Yes, and give it to a woman’s shelter

  10. Betty C says:

    Yes I would make one for my baby great granddaughter.

  11. Pat says:

    Not at Christmas, but for Valentines Day for my first great grandson coming in late January!

  12. April Runkel says:

    Would pay it forward and make things for people on low income/elderly..

  13. Angela J says:

    I’d make to give to a woman’s shelter

  14. erma H says:

    Yes i would and it would be for my daughter

  15. lee faneuf says:

    I would make these lovable toys for my dog Jazmin!

  16. susan varney says:

    yes my granddaughters would love one

  17. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    Yes I would make a teddy bear for my granddaughter
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  18. Laura Emerson says:

    My daughter is almost 3 and loves dolls like Raggedy Ann. I would make her a new stuffed doll as she loves to cuddle up with them.
    laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com

  19. Tonya Froemel says:

    I love making stuffed toys and would definitely make them as christmas gifts for my three daughters.

  20. Gail Wight says:

    I would make something for my son.

  21. Angela Cisco says:

    Yes, I would make them for the salvation army.

  22. shirley pebbles says:

    I sure would. I would give one to my niece.

  23. Gianna says:

    Yes I would, my twins would love them.

  24. Elizabeth Wiberg says:

    I love making stuffed toys for my grand kids. They last so much longer and are so lovable.

  25. Stephanie Showalter says:

    I would make a quilt for my sister

  26. Veronica Garrett says:

    Yes I would make a stuffed toy for Christmas. I would give it to a small child in our family.

  27. Marcella Cook says:

    Yes, I would make a stuffed toy for Christmas and I would give it to my son.
    BUT, I would also make a bunch of quilts to donate to people that have to spend the holidays in the hospital

    Marcella Cook
    emmerswee at gmail dot com

  28. Katharine D says:

    I would sew a stuffed gift – would turn out better than most things in stores. Would make for my youngest or my niece, they both are cuddle-rs

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