Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 2

Thank you everyone for participating in the opening day of our Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways!

Remember, we will be giving away a GRAND PRIZE, your own copy of Sew It All, Season 2! You will be automatically entered to win the grand prize every time you comment on a giveaway day question.

Yesterday we asked: Do you watch Project Runway? What was your favorite season?

Our winners are Christine Jacob, who said, “My favorite season for Project Runway is Season 3. I found Jeffrey Sebelia’s story very compelling and his creations quite interesting.”

and Sandy Brehan, who said, “I do watch Project Runway and I don’t have a favorite as I love watching all of the seasons. Don’t always like who they pick as the winner but love the show. I miss Tim Gunn and Heidi though”

Thanks Christine and Sandy! Email sewnews@sewnews.com with your mailing address to receive your Peach Carr Project Runway ‘Mind the Good China’ T-shirt!

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Our Day 2 prize is Liesl Gibson’s book Little Things to Sew: 20 classic accessories and toys for children. Get patterns and easy-to-follow instructions for 20 cute kid projects! (Check out Liesl on episode 202, “Oh, Baby!”)

To enter to win this prize, answer the following question in the comments section:

Do you sew for kids?

The winner of Liesl’s book will be announced tomorrow, along with our day 3 prize! Good luck! icon smile Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 2

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32 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 2

  1. Debbie Freund says:

    I do sew for my grandson and friends’ grandchildren, mostly baby quilts, bibs and soft toys.

  2. Savannagal says:

    I’ve sewn a few things for my nieces. Once I made matching nightgowns for my sister and my niece. They looked so cute.

  3. MC says:

    I do sew for little ones. First for my own, and now for my niece. I have sewn everything from simple one panel skirts and burp cloths to my daughters 1st Communion dresses.

  4. RuthAnn Kuebler says:

    Yes I not only sew for kids I teach kids to sew. I have taught children as young as 7. My granddaughter made curtains for her room when she was 9 on my Bernina. I have several kids that come to my house to sew and I LOVE it!! My grandmother started teaching me to sew when I was 4. I also sew for our great granddaughter. She calls me GG and she says “GG’s dresses are THE BEST!!!!!

  5. amy s says:

    I love sewing gifts for my friends’ kids and hope to one day soon have my own child to sew for!

  6. I make little fat quarter skirts for my 7 month old all the time :)

    Jenna
    callherhappy.com

  7. Pat Hersl says:

    Sure do. There’s our Ryann, just 15 mos. old now and already outgrown 3 things grandmom made. Hard to keep up!

  8. tammy says:

    I have not yet. I am gathering patterns as I go so I will be prepared for my not yet grandchild.

  9. Karen A says:

    I sew for my nephews babies. Someday in the future I’ll be sewing for my own grandbabies. Just have to get my girls through school first!!

  10. nicole says:

    i have a 4y old and I LOVE to sew for her, but it is so hard to find the time, there are so many projects, that are so labor intensive, I get lost! Which is why I need book of little projects :)

  11. BJMarley says:

    I have sewn for children in the past, but I haven’t made anything for kids lately.

  12. Kimberly N says:

    Most of my sewing is for my toddler daughter! It’s hard to find time to sneak in projects for myself when kid’s clothes are just so darn cute!

  13. Diana says:

    Yes. I sew for my 15 year old son and for my friends children – boys and girls and all ages.

  14. christine hood says:

    i love sewing for kids!! i wish there were more boy things to make for my son! i always find such cute girl things! :)

  15. Linda Phillip says:

    I sew for everyone from baby on up. I sew everything from nursing capes and diapers to quilts and pj’s for the babies. Having 6 grandkids and some great neices there are alot of items to sew. It “seams” like someone is always outgrowing something!

  16. Lisa S. says:

    All I do is sew lately for my kids mending, sewing on scout badges, costumes , quilts and bags have been our latest projects. Not to mention the many UFOs we have around waiting to be finished ,cant wit tilll spring break to finish them.

  17. Jamie F says:

    Yes I do! Mostly boys since I have a young son and mostly nephews! Shirts, pajamas etc

  18. Rebecca says:

    I love sewing for little people, especially my own.

  19. Sandra MacMaster says:

    Yes, I have three granddaughters I made a diaper bag the outfit she came home from the hospital in and her personalized first birthday party dress. I sew for friends babies and have taught sewing as well.

  20. Terry Schultz says:

    Since my five grandchildren have four legs and a tail, I sew for my great nephew and my neighbors children.

  21. nicole says:

    I do not, and I should. I have a confession. I have two little boys, and I’m constantly thinking, how I wish I could make skirts, dresses, etc. for little girls… but couple nights ago, I said to myself, “quit complaining, and make stuff for your boys! They deserve cute clothes too!” I do hope I win, so I can get over this I can only make skirts and dresses idea and make clothes for my boys!

  22. Libby Roseman says:

    I make lots of baby quilts with all the blocks embroidered. I love to make bibs. I have a 7 month old great nephew & I love making little outfits for him.

  23. Nan Long says:

    I have 3 grandchildren to sew for, 2 girly girls and a little boy. Would love to have more time to sew, but sometimes playing with the grandkids gets in the way. :)

  24. Elisa says:

    I have two little divas in my life, my 2 year old Niece and my 5 year old Hound Dog – they are the muses for several of my current and future creations!

  25. Little girl’s dresses are my favorite thing to sew. I had two daughters and now have two granddaughters and two grandsons, they love the things I make. My 16 year old granddaughter says she likes what I make because it is different and unique.

  26. Ashley says:

    I love making pants with patches, little explorer bags, and together my 4 yr old and I love to make pillows and stuffed animals!

  27. Lynn Feek says:

    I sew for many little girls and boys… my favorite thing to make are matching girl and doll outfits, especially if they’re for costumed events. We attend renaissance faires and reenactments frequently, and each year my daughter and her cousins get new costumes with matching costumes for their dolls or their teddy bears. Christmas is another huge time for kid’s sewing, I love designing outfits for all the children (boys and girls) that have matching sets for their dolls or bears that are unique to their personalities and watching their reactions when they open them. We get a whole little fashion line going just within our little family group, and have fun with the “runway” modeling too :o ).

  28. Maria Kievit says:

    Yes, all the time. A lot of PJ’s, some sundresses, all their skating costumes, some skirts, and a number of other things. Flower girl dresses, grad dresses are among this list also. For little boys I would make little vests with their favourite materials.

  29. Beth B says:

    Yes, I do. Toys, quilts, and repairs.

  30. sunny says:

    I used to make a Halloween costume every year for my niece, but she’s too old now.

  31. Laurie Tahir says:

    I am proud to say I don’t. My ten year old daughter designs and sews her own clothes.

  32. christine jacob says:

    I sewed for both my children from babyhood to high school. We received many many compliments for what I made. I knitted warm, wooly sweaters to keep them warm in the New England winters. Now I wait for grandchildren to complete the cycle

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