Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 3

It’s day 3 of our Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways on our blog!

Remember to enter to win each day by answering a question in the Comments section. Also, 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 sew for kids?” Congratulations to winner Elisa, who said, “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!” Please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing address to receive your copy of Episode 2 guest Liesl Gibson‘s book Little Things to Sew.

And as a super cool, extra surprise BONUS, I’m giving away a copy of tomorrow’s prize to Laurie Tahir, who said, “I am proud to say I don’t. My ten year old daughter designs and sews her own clothes.” Congratulations, Laurie (on the prize and on having an awesome daughter)! Email info@sewitalltv.com to get your copy of Sonya Nimri’s book, Beadalicious (Watson-Guptill, 2008).

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Today, we’re giving away one copy of Beadalicious to three more winners and one copy of Sonya’s book, Just for the Frill of it (Watson-Guptill, 2007) to one lucky winner! (The featured project from Sonya’s episode, “No-Sweat Sweater” is on page 58!)

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

What has been your favorite Sew it All TV Episode?

Enter your answer below and good luck! Monday, we’ll announce today’s winner and the question for Day 4!

Remember to check your local PBS schedule for Sew it All TV Season 3 airings!! We have tons of great projects and new guests you won’t want to miss!

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58 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 3

  1. Suzanne Ripple says:

    Serger Crochet by Ellen Osten

    I love learning new ways to use my serger. I am going to make the Serger Crochet Lace Doily, hope it turns out good!

  2. Mrs.Crumba says:

    I had no idea there was a show! I haven’t done much by way of seeing since having my baby. Gotta catch up with the sewing world!

  3. Jill says:

    So hard to choose! This show has become a contender for my favorite Saturday TV watching….But I think I would have to go with the sweater remake episode (the Vivienne Westwood sweater lookalike).

  4. Tracey says:

    OMG, I didn’t even realize there was a Sew It All program on TV! I am so excited and will be checking the listings – Thanks!

  5. Elan Schneider says:

    There are 2 actually! You had ‘Peaches’ from Project Runway. I have always struggled with sewing knits and she made it so simple. I would never make the garment she presented but the techniques were great. The other I linked is the gentleman with the steel knitting needles that he sewed over to make a design. That was a fascinating technique. Both presenters seem well prepared and comfortable with their material.

  6. Kim Tait says:

    Haaven’t been able to see the show yet. Just found it and hope to see it next week.

  7. Carol Hamilton says:

    I have yet to find it on Phoenix television, but saw one episode in Chicago.
    I enjoyed the various things on that episode. I feel you need to keep learning
    every day.

  8. Jeanne says:

    Haven’t yet been able to get this series in my area but I would like to. I would love some new serger ideas for making decorative pillows! I have a couple of them that I made years ago!

  9. Sher Mattison says:

    That’s a tough question because each episode is wonderfully innovative and inspiring! But 2 stand out for me from Season 1 (I haven’t seen S2 yet). The one about making fabric from recycled plastic trash bags and the one with my favorite crafter, Kathy Murillo.

  10. Stephanie says:

    I just found it too! It is not carried by my cable company. I guess I have a lot catching up to do on the website! Thanks!!! :)

  11. Deb Davidson says:

    Making fabric from recycled trash bags was fantastic!

  12. Forever Fashion! Am looking forward to more new ideas!
    After taking a long break in garment sewing while quilting, I am wanting to do garment sewing again now that I have 9 little grandkids and for myself!

  13. Viviana Kisibirova says:

    I haven’t been able to catch it here in Bulgaria yet, but I would love to. It seems like such an inspiring show, and I’ve been working so hard lately to pick up my creativity again… I worked myself to the bone last year to save up money for expenses, and now that I finally find some free time, turns out my ideas just won’t come! So luckily your show will help! :D

  14. Kate says:

    I made a conscious decision some years ago to rid myself of a TV, so I have not seen the show. Thus, I need craft books!

  15. Jenna says:

    My favorite episode is when Ellen showed us easy ways to make ruffles!

  16. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    Wish I could see these shows, I don’t have a TV and can’t afford cable. In better times I would always set my vcr to PBS sewing shows and never miss one. I really miss PBS and these shows I hope I can find the dvds at my local library so I can watch again.

  17. Marilyn Moss says:

    I don’t know when or where on TV “Sew it all” is aired…. I’d love to find out and watch it.

  18. I had no idea this program was airing…will be sure to check for times on local PBS. THANKS for the information…sewing is a big part of my life!

  19. It’s a wonderful show. How could I pick a favorite?

  20. Joan McBride says:

    Hello, gee I don’t watch TV!! I may have to look into re-establishing that,,,seems I’m missing out on all this…and we can’t have THAT!!!! I love sewing, it’s my true calling in all things creative. I’ll look into this and get back to you. thanks

  21. Shari Rich says:

    I have yet to see an episode , I haven’t fou d it on my PBS, bit I will look for it now that I know about it. I quilt, sew, craft, all kinds of things, just a Jill of all trades!!

  22. Jennifer says:

    Dang! I sure wish that it was available in my area to watch. I would love to cozy up on a snowy day like today and watch crafty shows and get inspiried to create

  23. Maria Kievit says:

    Don’t usually watch a sewing or crafting show. Don’t know if there are too many that I can get where I am. Thanks for the giveaway.

  24. Lorna Calaway says:

    The program is not available in the Phoenix area but I just sent an email to cox requesting that they find a way to add it.

  25. Becky Hixenbaugh says:

    Love the sewing shows. So inspirational and informative. Keep them coming! Thank you!

  26. Cheryl Campbell says:

    I haven’t been able to watch because our local PBS station doesn’t carry the show :( I’d love to watch though!

  27. Brenda says:

    I cannot get the show but would love to see it and learn more.

  28. I like the show with “Peaches” on sewing with knits.

  29. Erika says:

    i have never seen the show but from all the great responses i definitly have some catching up to do. it doesn’t air on our PBS station.

  30. Jamie F says:

    I’m sad to say I haven’t seen it. I’m not even sure if we get it. Any other Georgians out there know when and what channel to watch it? I live south of Atlanta in Peachtree City. Thank goodness for this Facebook page I can “watch” you here :-)

  31. Paula says:

    Not here in our area but I would like everything that is presented. So much new tools and ways to work with fabric that would be wonderful to see. I have contacted our local PBC to bring the show on – I check to see if it on yet but so far nothing is listed.

  32. Savannagal says:

    I just recently got satellite TV, so I haven’t seen very many episodes yet. But one I did see, T-shirt transformation, was really interesting and innovative. I recycle as much as I am able, so this would be a perfect solution to recycling my pile of t-shirts. Thanks.

  33. sandyb says:

    I would love to see your program!!!! I haven’t seen it at all. I just did a search for it and I cannot find it. I am always looking for sewing programs. I have Directv. If anyone knows when and where it is on this satellite, please let me know. I would love to watch because sewing shows are few and far between!!!!

    Thank you!!!

    s

  34. Eileen says:

    I really enjoy the whole series, but the apron segment of the first season is one I have been particularly interested in. Making aprons has become my new “thing”, and I love seeing new ideas to spur my creativity. Thanks for all you do!

  35. linda turner says:

    I LIVE in the UK, hence we don’t have anything like sewing tv :-(

  36. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I can’t find it with our TV Satellite provider. I keep looking and hoping. I am sure I would like any and all episodes.

  37. Michelle Shook says:

    We don’t have it here & I really, really want to watch it!

  38. Theresa says:

    Sadly I haven’t seen the show yet, will be sure to look for it this week.

  39. Brenda says:

    I just found this show. I loved the remakes of the T-shirt and sweatshirs and jean jackets.

  40. kathleen says:

    I love to sew for my family. I have 3 grandsons & 1 granddaughter who is a fashonista! She is always asking for the cutest outfits. She is only 6

  41. Kelly Sutton says:

    Looking forward to seeing ANY episode!

    We don’t have it here either.

  42. Mama Lusco says:

    We don’t have it on OPB, but I’d love to watch online if that were possible. :)

  43. Cheryl Flanagan says:

    Sadly, can’t find a listing in my area.

  44. Linda T says:

    I would watch it if it was available on the Seattle PBS channel that broadcasts in the BC Canada. Sounds like a great show.

  45. Sue says:

    Have never found the Sew It All show in my area. However, one of my favorites would have been Episode 207: Splendid Stitchery, with Jenny Hart, because I’ve done enbroidery for many years. Will be looking to locate the program.

  46. Rina Mason says:

    Our local PBS doesn’t carry it but from the web I have to say that my favortie is #204, Feel of Chenille. Wish they did carry it, looks like a fun show.

  47. Diana says:

    Pattern Play with Sarai. It is helpful to have new ways to look at commercial patterns and see that the pattern is just the start to making what we want. The pattern serves us as sewers, we don’t serve the pattern. And this is a good episode to get some of those tools so that patterns serve us.

  48. MelodyJ says:

    I like Spledid Stitchery with Jenny Hart. I want to learn that.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  49. Lori Kay says:

    I am just learning about your show and magazine. I’ll have to see if it airs locally. I live near Boston, MA.

  50. BJMarley says:

    I don’t have access to watch the show :( But I’m sure I would love it.

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