Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Kicks Off!

Season 4 of Sew it All TV begins airing on PBS September 1st! All new episodes covering great techniques and super cute projects are coming your way. Ellen Osten returns to teach you about bobbinwork and Alison Kelly demonstrates how to create a fabulous pencil skirt.

So, to celebrate our new season, we’re giving away prizes each day for 13 days and revisiting the great episodes from last season! Every day you comment on the post and enter into that day’s giveaway, you’re also automatically entered to win the GRAND PRIZE, Season 3 on DVD!

Our kickoff giveaway will have not one but FOUR winners, so you have an even better chance of winning Sewing in a Straight Line: quick & crafty projects you can make by simply sewing straight by Brett Bara!

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Brett showed us how to create a cute shirred maxi dress in episode 301, A Shirr Thing. While you’re on sewitalltv.com checking out Brett’s instructions for her project, check out the descriptions for the season 4 episodes! If you want more Sew it All TV, keep your eye on sew.tv, where season 1 episodes are posted and more episodes will be posted soon. For a monthly or annual membership fee, watch Sew it All episodes at your leisure!

To win Brett’s great project book, post your answer to the following question in the comments section below, “What projects/techniques would you like to see on Sew it All TV?”

We love your feedback! Let us know what you’d like to see, and maybe get a prize for it! The winner will be announced tomorrow, along with the Day 2 prize! Good luck icon smile Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Kicks Off!

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85 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Kicks Off!

  1. Mary says:

    Love to see flat felled seam ideas for use on totes or other accessories.

  2. Diana Ross says:

    I would love to win this! I’d like to show my teenage granddaughters how to sew and instill a since a pride and self confidence in them, while teaching them patients and math as well:)

  3. brandi says:

    I would love to see a bunch of easy tops that look great on every figure!

  4. Charlie Cecil Riley says:

    I’m a fan of French seams, and would love to see some in the new season.

  5. emilie vangel says:

    The book would be perfect for me,please send it to me…:) would like to see,sewing without a pattern and/or how to make your own bias tape.

  6. Savannagal says:

    I’d really like to learn how to make rolled hems. Can that be done on a sewing machine, or does it need to happen on a serger? I have so few sewing skills that everything is interesting to me. I’d like to learn to make home accessories, like quilted covers for my mixer and other large countertop appliances, chair covers, and other decorations. I need really close up shots with details. I have a hard time even following patterns, because so much is assumed already known. I’d rather see a show that really spends time on one project, than bits and pieces on several projects.

  7. Brenda Melahn says:

    How about some baby clothes — sun suits, rompers, ruffle butt things, etc. Love your show — just found it this past year and am anxiously awaiting Season 4.

  8. Diane Jettinghoff says:

    I would like to see the serger’s creative stitches.

  9. Eileen G says:

    I love the fabric bowls. I love to sew and wish I had more time to develop my skills, so I really appreciate the approach of simple designs that don’t look all that simple. :)

  10. Sue Haver says:

    I like fast projects. Straight seam sewing is great!

  11. Melinda Thompson says:

    Suit fitting: What are the proper lengths for sleeves, hems, etc?

  12. Linda Phillip says:

    I’d love to see the program aired on our area. I would like to see something on the different seam finishes and how to install an invisible zipper.

  13. Cheryl Barron says:

    Ideas on how to make clothes I own a bit larger(I gained wt. boo…) Re-purposing clothes I guess

  14. Mary Angerer says:

    I would like to see a patteern adjustment for high hips.

  15. Sue Winnie says:

    I would love to see rolled hems. I can’t seem to master this technique. Along with alterations on store bought clothes. How do you rid of the sagging butt in pants? This a real challenge for me. Thanks

  16. Janice Westbrook says:

    I would like to see the different ways to hem a dress one with an opening in the back to move in.

  17. Kathy says:

    I would enjoy seeing a segment on quilting a quilt on a regular sewing machine and the basics of putting in a zipper.

  18. Lawana Whaley says:

    finishing techniques… hems, seams

  19. K. Hoffman says:

    I have a young niece wanting to make her own barbie clothes (6 years old). Maybe some easy clothes she can sew by hand.

  20. Maria Adams says:

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a step by step book that has a layout and instruction to make a 1950′s style dress to fit you perfectly.

  21. Marilyn Martinson says:

    I would like to see clothes you can reuse and make into something else–like there was something on pinterest about making toddler pants out of old T-shirts.

  22. Karen York says:

    I’d like to see examples of how to correct fit problems on finished clothing. Sometimes doing a quick fix on something in your closet can make a world of difference in how it looks on you.

  23. Ali M says:

    That is so sad that I didn’t know the show existed (sure I only started sewing a year ago but still…) I borrowed that book from the library and I’d love to own it, it’s great! I’d like to see good variations to finish necklines in different fabrics, be it lining or bias tape or whatever, I always have trouble getting the inside layer not roll up a bit when I press it so you can see it in a spot or two from the front.

  24. Roberta Benson says:

    I would love to see a show on how to use twill tape. After 30 years of sewing and quilting I still don’t know all the uses of twill tape and why it is used.

  25. Roberta Schultz says:

    I would like to see how to make customized pants/short patterns for us larger girls. Pictures in magazines are helpful, but would like to see a show on it.

  26. Susan Boliek says:

    I would like to see how to add a zipper to the top of a handbag.

  27. Diane Cook says:

    I just recently got back into sewing so I would like to see something on the latest fabrics and what projects you can use them for.

  28. Terry Schultz says:

    I would like to see a show on how to use different feet for the sewing machine and the purpose for them.

  29. Laura Jehlik says:

    Love Sew it ALL!

    I’d like to see projects for Pets!

  30. Kelly Sas says:

    I would like to see sewing with vinyl, clear and felt back.

  31. pam girk says:

    could we see tips on sewing for men. How to measure sleeve length, etc.

  32. Lynn H says:

    Adding pockets to skirts/dresses for Moms with keys and phones to juggle along with their kiddos.

  33. Daphne Clarke says:

    I really liked the quilt in gray, black and white. I’d like to make one for my aunt for Christmas. Your tips are always good, do-able, and economical. I’ve also enjoyed the special guests on your show.

  34. Daphne Clarke says:

    Could you give some ideas for gifts like the gray, black, white quilt?

  35. Carol Breault says:

    more on….interfacing, stabilizers and mitered corners!

  36. Valerie Crawford says:

    This is the first I’m hearing about this show. Can’t wait to watch it. I would love to win a prize.

  37. twila kennedy says:

    I would like to see how to alter patterns if you want to increase the size. Also to install zippers.

  38. Nancy says:

    Would love to see some sewing “basics” that maybe aren’t so basic to everyone! Sewing machine feet, serger use.

  39. Sativa Albers says:

    How Exciting I can’t wait! I just taught myself how to Sew 9 months ago, and now I am a total Sew-A-Holic! I would absolutely love to win anything free about sewing! I will make sure to set my DVR…I don’t want to miss a thing!!!
    “What projects/techniques that I would like to see on Sew it All TV….. How to sew patches on your child’s jeans (different techniques), and how to hem denim jeans with a professional finished look. (by adding ruffles, trim, etc.)

  40. Karla says:

    I’d love to learn more about sewing/tailoring pants to avoid the dreaded elephant butt look. Fitting the crotch of pants I have made in the past has lead me to stop making pants that don’t stretch.

  41. Robin Huss says:

    I too would like to know how to do a roll hem.

  42. Tracy says:

    I love your show! I would love to see more with recycled projects to sew.

  43. Diana says:

    Techniques to help sew sheer fabrics.

  44. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    I would love to see some simple home decorative projects.

  45. nel fraker says:

    Bound button holes.

  46. Karen Wright says:

    Great help for me. I am trying to teach myself to sew and everything I have seen on your program has been a great help and given me so many ideas.

  47. Mama Lusco says:

    I’m always looking for help with tailoring apparel. Thank you!

  48. Recently retired and renewing past love of sewing. So much has changed in the past couple decades and I’m reading everything I can about new products and techniques to bring myself up to modern times. Hope to introduce the hobby to my grandchildren.

  49. Lynda Gadd says:

    How to add eye-catching “couture” details to your handmade or store-bought clothing. Also fitting techniques to use on handmade or store-bought clothing.

  50. Milenushka says:

    This is a fabulous giveaway! I learned most of my sewing through videos, it’s amazing, like having a private tutor.
    I’d like to learn more about working with silk and chiffon, delicate fabrics and sheer fabrics general. Also everything to do with elastics, bathing suits, Lycra material. Thanks!

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