Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 7!

Thanks to everyone for participating in Day 6 of Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways to celebrate the 3rd season of Sew it All airing on PBS!

Yesterday we asked, What Sew it All TV featured projects have you made?”

I wish everyone got the show, but Seasons 1 & 2 DVDs make great birthday, Christmas and just-because gifts! Quilt and Sew Shop is running a great deal on them right now!

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Congratulations to our three winners of a signed copy of Jodi Kahn’s book Simply Sublime Gifts: High-style, low-sew projects to make in a snap:

Brandi Bradley, Kim Tait and Brenda Hojonski! Email with your mailing address to receive your prize!

Check out Jodi’s episode, “Pillowcase Tote.” The project in the episode is on page 46 of the book!

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Today we’re giving away one copy of Sublime Stitching Embroidered Effects: Projects and Patterns to Inspire Your Stitching by Jenny Hart (Chronicle Books, 2009). Learn hand embroidery with these instructions, tips and get started with 11 free patterns!

See Jenny embroider a top in her episode, “Splendid Stitchery.”

To enter to win this awesome prize and to be entered to win the GRAND PRIZE (Season 2 on DVD) simply answer this question in the comments section below:

“Do you do hand embroidery?”

Good luck, our winner will be announced tomorrow along with our Day 8 prize!

 Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 7!
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83 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways-Day 7!

  1. Cynthia T. says:

    Yes. It’s great to take when visiting my mom or riding in the car.

  2. brenda livingston says:

    Hand embroidery was the first needlework I ever did. My grandmother taught me when I was a child. I remember when my daughter was 2 I started a piece for her room. It was a pretty Holly Hobby piece. I actually finished it when I went in to the hospital to have my second child! We were in the hospital for three days so I had plenty of time to finish it. When I got home I framed it and hung it on her wall. I still have the piece and will give it to her in June when she has her baby girl.

  3. Lori Kay says:

    I learned to do basic embroidery stitches when I was a kid. These days, I like to embroider on linen and then incorporate the stitchery into small projects like zip pouches or totebags.

  4. MelodyJ says:

    No but I have a learn to kit.


  5. karen iozzia says:

    Learned when i was 8. Always enjoyed it but havent done much in years.

  6. Sue Haver says:

    I do some hand embroidery. I was taught by my dear Mother. She still does hand embroidery. She is 77 years old, and not in good health. Embroidery is one of her pasttimes. She is doing some pillowcases right now.

  7. Chuck says:

    Not yet.

  8. Evelyn says:

    I occasionally hand embroider as an embellishment.

  9. Barb S. says:

    Yes, I used to love to work on counted cross-stitch but now I am embellishing my quilt projects with hand embroidery, such a fun way to personalize your work.

  10. Natalya H says:

    I’ve done quite a bit of cross stitch to include some embroidery for embellishment and would love to learn more!

  11. Karen A says:

    I started my needlework journey with hand embroidery. Haven’t done much lately, but I’m enjoying all the new interest I’ve been seeing.

  12. Roxy says:

    I tried it some time ago but didn’t do very well. Maybe I’ll try it again.

  13. Cathy Schmitt says:

    I find it easier to do machine embroidery these days. I love it!

  14. rhonda dunn says:

    That is on my bucket list, this would be just the book I need!

  15. Lorna Calaway says:

    Haven’t done much hand embroidery in years. I have an embroidery sewing machine. I do lots of machine embroidery!

  16. I know this is hard to believe, but at age 72 I am just learning to embroidery. At age 60 I learned to hand stitch quilts. 5 years later I started to learn sewing, taking a couple classes at a local school. Now, I am venturing out, and learning to hand embroider has me very excited. If I win this will be my first embroidery book. Thanks for the chance to win it.

  17. Nancy Eidsmoe says:

    Oh my word yes! I used to embroider on jeans, and work shirts and overalls and white navy tops and anything that did not move! Houses, with trees and yards and flowers. Button flowers and ribbon and whatever else I could dream up. I miss the early 70′s.

  18. Mama Lusco says:

    No, but I’d like to learn :)

  19. Jamie F says:

    No but maybe I should give it a try

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  21. Darlene Jacolik says:

    Yes. Took a crazy quilt class last year. I have a redwork style quilt I’m working on now.

  22. Dorothy Reitsma says:

    I have been hand embroidering since I was in 4-H as a child. I still do some as well as counted cross stitch. Love doing both.

  23. Janine Zybinski says:

    I have done crewel and cross stitch for many years. Would love to learn hand embroidery. How about those embroidery machines! Saw one the other day for 10 g’s.

  24. Heidi says:

    I do hand -embroider and cross stitch; mostly on crazy quilts now !

  25. Mary M says:

    Hand embroidery was the first needle craft I learned and I love it!! I always have a project going and one or more on the side.

  26. Rebecca Mary says:

    Yes I have been hand embroidering forever! I think I was about 7 or 8 when I started!

  27. Amanda Mclay says:

    I try to do hand embroidery but lets say I need a little help to make the results look like the picture in my mind…

  28. Kimberly N says:

    I cross stitch and have recently taken to embroidery! I love all the Sublime Stitching patterns!

  29. JoAnn L says:

    Occasionally on quilt wall hangings.

  30. Debra Guarriello says:

    Started hand embroidery at a very young age. Mainly do machine embroidery now, but occasionally do hand embroidery too!

  31. Melissa Harrison says:

    Have done cross stitch but that is all. Would like to learn h.ow to hand embroidery

  32. Audrey says:

    Embroidery is the first fiber art I learned…think I was 6 years old. Continue to enjoy it.

  33. Eileen says:

    Started hand embroidery when I was about 8 or 9. Always loved it, especially cross stitch. Then did lots of counted cross stitch. Don’t do much these days, but still enjoy it because it is so relaxing, not to mention rewarding.