Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 4!

Happy Monday and welcome to Day 4 of Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways to celebrate the 3rd season of Sew it All airing on PBS! If Sew it All doesn’t air in your area, please contact your local PBS station to request they carry it! We want to teach everyone all the fun techniques and projects we have in store this season!

Remember to enter to win each day by answering the 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, “What has been your favorite Sew it All TV Episode?”

We have four winners today: Deb Davidson, Tarla Gernert and Erika won a copy of Sonya Nimri’s book, Beadalicious.

AND… Kelli won a copy of Sonya Nimri’s book Just for the Frill of It!

Check out Sonya’s episode, “No-Sweat Sweater.”

Thanks everyone for your comments! Congratulations to our winners; please email with your mailing address to receive your prize!

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Today we are giving away a copy of Joyce Drexler’s book, An Updated Supplement to Sulky’s Secrets to Successful Stabilizing. (The scarf project from Eric Drexler’s episode Feel of Chenille is on page 45 of the book!)

Get step by step directions for 13 fun projects and learn tons of useful stabilizing tips and tricks! Just from flipping through this book, I learned some uses for stabilizer that I never knew!

All you have to do to enter is answer this question in the comments section: How do you use stabilizer?

Good luck! The winner will be announced tomorrow!

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60 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 4!

  1. JoDee says:

    I would love to learn more about using stabilizer! I am always up to learning more! Thank you!

  2. Karen A says:

    I use stabilizer for machine embroidery, applique and making t-shirt quilts.

  3. Marilyn Snow says:

    I use stabilizer on all my embroidery projects. I put names on towels and blankets, I decorate t shirts, most anything. I have also used stabilizer when I did some decorative stitching on fabric or felt. I even use little pieces when I am putting in buttonhole. I put it behind the garment edge to help keep things moving like they should. I sometimes use a scrap when I topstitch a collar or cuff — it keeps the corners from going down in the needle plate.

  4. Evelyn says:

    I use stabilizer for making purses and totes as well as for free-motion machine embroidery.

  5. Kelli Marshall says:

    I use stabilizers for purses, totes, quilts, and fabric baskets.

  6. Chris Worth says:

    I use stabilizer for my embroidery projects.I also li to use it when I satin stitch my applique.

  7. Danni Armstrong says:

    I use stabilizers on just about most of my projects now. If you chose the appropriate type it can be used on all types of embroidering, garment sewing and crafting. Stabilizer is a wonderful invention.

  8. Patricia Douglas says:

    I use stabilizer or all my sewing, crafting, and embroidery projects, Just would love to do it more often.

  9. Pat Coleson says:

    Sulky stabilizers are the only products that I use for all types of sewing and embroidery
    as a matter of fact all Sulky products from thread to spray and many more are all the best including there books

  10. Chris says:

    I use all types of stabilizers depending on the project I’m working on: embroidery designs, craft projects and garments. For them to turn out right you need the right base.

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