Free Stuff Friday!

This week is a big one–We’re giving away one small/medium or large/extra large Flower Frill Templates set from Clover to FOUR lucky winners!

Use the templates to quickly and easily create fabric flowers to embellish accessories, garments or home-dec items. They would also be great to use as embellishments on a Valentine’s Day card for that special someone.

cloverflower 300x223 Free Stuff Friday!Answer the following questions in the comments section to be entered to win:

What sew-lebrity would you like to see on the next season of Sew it All? Visit sewitalltv.com to view guests from the past two season and download their free projects!

Post your answer by 9 AM ET on Monday, when we’ll announce the winner. Good luck!

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121 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Marlene Walters says:

    I would love to see Nancy Zieman, she does many down to earth patterns that many people are able to make and wear.

  2. Deena says:

    Nancy Zieman and Meg Ryan!

  3. Darlene says:

    I would like to see Nancy Zieman. I have been a fan of hers for many years and she still comes up with new ways to do stuff, helpful hints, etc. She is great.

  4. Loretta T says:

    Rommi from Project Runway, I would love to learn to drape. Would make some fast dresses.

  5. Lorna Calaway says:

    Linda McPhee – she has so much personality that she is fun to watch!

  6. Carol Dye says:

    I would like to see Linda Lee. Her clothing patterns are so fashion forward.

  7. Margaret Shearer says:

    I would love to meet Tim Gunn.

  8. Eileen says:

    Linda McPhee-Canadian wunderkind

  9. Holly Kerksiek says:

    I love to watch Nancy Zieman, she has a great talent and love for sewing.

  10. Michelle Shook says:

    Dustin Farrell……have you seen his glow in the dark quilting? I love it!

  11. Caroline says:

    I would love to see Amy Butler

  12. Tracy says:

    Tim Gunn would ROCK!

  13. Patricia Douglas says:

    I would love to see Larry the Cable Guy. He would be fun to watch.

  14. Nichole Strick says:

    Nancy Z! she is easy for me to follow and understand w/o having to rewind ever

  15. MARY STOTT says:

    REVERABLE JACKETS WOULD BE NICE.

  16. Melissa Randall says:

    Melissa McCarthy!!

  17. Regina says:

    these templates are the best…i have a couple of the yo-yo templates and they are GREAT!!

  18. Regina says:

    I would love to see Mondo on Sew it All…he would be great he just has a nice way about him

  19. Barbara says:

    I would love to see Sue Hausman or Martha Pullen. They are my sewing idols!!!!

  20. Bev says:

    Would love to see Martha Pullen

  21. Kathy says:

    I’d like to see Marie Osmond. She has a big family and has had problems and still hangs in there. We can all learn from her. Sewing is therapy.

  22. Gaila says:

    My nose is push to the tv screen just trying to learn everything. I’ve definitely got the sewing and quilting bug right now. So anything is enjoy by me. Thx

  23. Laurie Sieg says:

    Love to see Nancy Zeman.

  24. Eileen says:

    I love learning from Sue Hausman and also Martha Pullen. They both spread the love of sewing far and wide, and make it fun and easy to keep up with new trends.

  25. Chris says:

    I would love to see Nancy Zieman.

  26. Heidi says:

    Nancy Zieman is always informational!
    One of the finalists from Project Runway would be fun!

    What a wonderful thought!!

  27. Chris says:

    Nancy Ziemen would be my first choice.

  28. Russ Danielson says:

    Suede

    Love to get this tool from clover,,,can use it on my one of a kind western show jackets that I make for women to wear while showing their horses.

  29. Carol Gartrell says:

    Love all the guests!

  30. Cindy says:

    I love the whimsy and color of Amy Butler’s fabrics, so I would like to see her. I also think April Johnston from Project Runway would be interesting. Even though she is young, she has managed to make it onto the show twice and has designed a line of “Project Runway” fabrics available at JoAnn Fabrics.

  31. Beverly Belaska says:

    I would like to be able to see the show. St. Louis does not get it

  32. Peggy Saia says:

    Nancy Zieman

  33. SHELLEESEWS says:

    I LOVE WATCHING LINDA MCPHEE SHEIS HONEST ,DOWN TO EARTH AND FUNNY

  34. SHELLEESEWS says:

    KENETH KING

  35. MindyW says:

    Love all the talented folks that are in the show, but might name Nancy Zieman, Sandra Betzina, Lois Ericson to name a few.

  36. Maria Kievit says:

    Don’t usually watch the show, but like to enter the contest. Thanks for all those giveaways.

  37. Pam Schoelles says:

    Peggy Sagers

  38. Laura Sadowski says:

    I would like to see Nancy Zieman.

  39. Donna Allen says:

    Tell me more about this show, sounds like something I would like to watch!!

  40. Linda T says:

    I would just like to be able to watch the program but if I was able to watch, I would love to see any contestant from Project Runway.

    I will have to look for these flower templates at the store.

  41. Jenni Davis says:

    Anya Ayoung, winner from last season’s Project Runway. She had just learned how to sew when auditioning for the show – and won it all! How cool is that?!

  42. Jenni Davis says:

    Sorry, Anya Ayoung-Chee is the correct name :)

  43. Angie Larsen says:

    Nancy Zieman!

  44. I want to enter for free clover leaf , to us for a Valentines…

  45. Jackie says:

    Love the show, bought the Season 1 & 2 Dvd’s for my daughters who are beginning sewers.
    I would love to see Mondo from Project Runway on your show.

  46. kelli says:

    I would love to see Debbie Mumm! I love her patterns and fabric. Sew it All wasn’t in my area until season 2 so I missed her episode.

  47. Kathy says:

    Nancy Zieman always has something new to show us. And also Martha Pullen.

  48. Kaywoods, she has a easy projects. She is great.

    Kaywoods she makes easy projects. She great.

  49. Brynn says:

    I do like Sue Hausman but she has been off our PBS (in my area) for a couple of years, also Sew It All TV, comes and goes. Obviously, more people are concerned about eating and cooking in my PBS area then sewing arts, otherwise, the sewing and craft (and other arts) would not be shown before the ‘rooster even crows’. My PBS is not consistant with what they broadcast. I’ve complained but my pockets are just not deep enough to do anything about it. But I keep checking in! ~~~ I make lots and lots of flowers (the hard way) and would love to win these templates!

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