Free Stuff Friday! Win a sew.tv Membership!

sewtv logo Free Stuff Friday! Win a sew.tv Membership!

Happy Friday! We have exciting news this week with the launch of sew.tv, where you can conveniently watch how-to sewing videos as often as you want and as many times as you want! If your local PBS station doesn’t carry Sew It All yet, you can watch all of Sew It All Season 1 on sew.tv. (Check out the episode previews for free now!) To join sew.tv, you can purchase a monthly membership for only $2.99, or sign up for an annual membership of only $19.97! So, to celebrate, we’re giving away an annual membership to one lucky winner. To enter, answer this question in the comments section below: What projects or techniques would you like to see  in future how-to videos? We’ll select a winner at random on Monday–good luck!

 Free Stuff Friday! Win a sew.tv Membership!
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58 Responses to Free Stuff Friday! Win a sew.tv Membership!

  1. CharleneC says:

    Professional Techniques and supplies to help save time sewing and fitting.

  2. Kim says:

    I would love to see some episodes about working with knits! Both sewing and serging.

  3. ErikaB3 says:

    I would like to learn how to make my own patterns by taking an exisiting garment that i know fits great an making some changes to that pattern to make something totally new.

  4. Denise says:

    I would like to see How to alter patterns correctly.

  5. Chuck says:

    How and when to use the specialty feet that come with sewing machines.

  6. Evelyn says:

    Machine quilting on a regular sewing machine–a long-arm machine is not in my future.

  7. Savannagal says:

    I am a beginner sewer. I’d like to see more of the basics in detail. With time being short on TV, it’s hard to understand some of the topics because there isn’t enough detail being shown. Thanks.

  8. carol womack says:

    I would love to see how to make pleated drapes, or just pleats in general. The camera can capture what pictures i a book cannot–the full flow of the operation. I have seen photos of the individual steps, but would love to see how it all goes together

  9. I would love lots of quilting and toy making how-tos please :)

  10. Rebecca Knight says:

    I sometimes have trouble fitting patterns to my body so would love to see anything about adjusting patterns correctly. Also, I always love learning those “insider” techniques that make sewing easier and more professional looking.

  11. Sue says:

    Yes, would love to be able to watch ‘How to Sew’ videos. What a great encouragement for a creative home sewer! And, I’m another person who wants to learn about how to correctly use a serger machine.

  12. I would love to learn techniques for using a rotary cutter. Also how to cut slippery fabrics! Oh! And different things you can do with elastic thread. I could go on and on :)

    Jenna
    callherhappy.com

  13. Linda T says:

    Gosh I don’t know but I would enjoy watching this show.

  14. becky burgess says:

    All I want (for Christmas?, if you are old enough to remember the song) is to learn how to fit a pants pattern and have the zipper opening for a right-handed person.

  15. Jill Sala says:

    I would like to learn how to use a sloper to adjust commercial sewing patterns!

  16. Grace says:

    How to make and adapt patterns

  17. Mama Lusco says:

    How to copy a ready-to-wear piece; how to tailor RTW clothing. Thank you!

  18. Lisa L says:

    How to make a fitted t-shirt from a purchased t-shirt.

  19. Jenni Davis says:

    I would like to see projects and techniques for all skill sets! Beginner to the most advanced! Would like to see a broad spectrum of tutorials from small gifts, to clothing, pattern making and do it yourself upholstery. :)

  20. Janice S says:

    I would like to see how to do a machine sewn quilt binding.

  21. Brenda Green says:

    I enjoy anything to do with sewing. Thanks for a chance to win for us who can’t get the program.

  22. Laura P says:

    I would love some on Upholstery… I have a sofa in need of new clothes and the last attempt was frightful…even the cushion covers made me look like a non-sewer.

  23. Martha Cianos says:

    I would love to see recycling clothes as mentioned above… altering clothes …….. some free motion.. how to use my serger……. I like lots of different classes so will be eager to see what you have……

  24. tammy t says:

    I would like to see how to make different baby shower gifts. Also, I really need help in altering purchased patterns to fit.

  25. Gail says:

    I would love to know how to make my own piping, and then how to attach it for new slipcovers.

  26. Paula Barnett says:

    I would like to see quilting projects.

  27. Sandra M Wessell says:

    I just like to jump in and learn and there is always fun and fasinating stuff here. Love it.

  28. Dorothy Baysore says:

    I like it all. I always learn something no matter what is being featured

  29. Jann says:

    I’d love to see more on basic garment construction.

  30. Maria Kievit says:

    How to use the computer with my embroidery machine. Am scared to try it, and don’t have a clue how to connect the two, even via memory card. Thanks!

  31. Linda Rock says:

    I would love to see a set of videos on all those accessory feet that we buy and are not sure how to use them.

  32. Laura Nolte says:

    I would also love to learn a bit more about making my own patterns.

  33. Enjoy shows that show easy ways to do all types of sewing techniques to make my home made things look so very much more.

  34. Mary Stottpelicanmom says:

    How to resize or down size cloths when you loose weight.

  35. Kathy says:

    More on quilt bindings! I still don’t get those mitered corners!!!

  36. Sandy says:

    making a pattern from existing store bought clothes or upcycling old clothes.

    how to do a professional looking blind seam in ‘see thru’ fabric construction.

  37. Shirley M says:

    I am teaching my grandaugter how to sew and would like to see articles about how to do this. I would also like to see paterns for teens in various skill levels

  38. Jane C. says:

    How to handle decorator fabrics.

  39. jennifer says:

    how about some simple home dec- like pillows and duvet covers

  40. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    I would like to see something on how to upcycle my wardrobe into things I can where or use again. Like how to make an evening bag from an old dress that no longer fits me. I think a lot of people would find this interesting and helpful.

  41. Sarah Bailey says:

    How to draft patterns would be really cool.

  42. Alisha says:

    I would love how to create a pattern, newer techniques.

    Thanks!!

  43. Diane Olsen says:

    I need the in’s and out’s of fitting…….please

  44. michelle g says:

    Self binding blankets – a video on how to do those corners.

  45. Kimberly N says:

    Pattern making, quilting, and specialty stitches/sewing techniques.

  46. Erika says:

    I would love to see purse how-tos! I love making purses, but all the different fusibles can be quite confusing! :)

  47. Jeanne says:

    Free motion quilting and using decorative machine stitches in a quilt top.

  48. i would like to see how we can take a long dress and make it into a short dress. i have maxi dresses that are way too long and afraid to start somewhere. i would like to finally do this as several summers have passed =(

  49. Now that my children and grandchildren, yes you read right the grandchildren. I would like for someone to have a show on how to use a serger and do it just a little bit slower than some of the other shows. I would love to take it out of the box now and use it!.

    Thank you,

    Julie

  50. lynn says:

    how to make your own patterns from scratch