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 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, 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!

 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!

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  2. SewLindaAnn says:

    Just now catching up on blog reading, I’ve got the book and it will be a great addition to someone’s sewing library. Just bookmarked my local PBS to try and torture them into adding the show!

  3. carole crafty says:

    Here in Missoula Montana the PBS station is just repeating season 1. How do we get the other seasons to show here????? Would love to win some free things!!!

  4. TERRY DAIGRE says:


  5. I’d love to see day to evening wear!!!

  6. Diane Jettinghoff says:

    Fancy stitches on a serger & how to design your sewing space.

  7. Barbara says:

    I would love to see dresses in different fabrics.

  8. MelodyJ says:

    I like to see retro vintage style clothes.


  9. Linda says:

    I like couture sewing, but it is fun seeing the new young guests you have on your show, and their ideas!

  10. BarbaraC says:

    Oh so many things to learn! I’d love to learn how to work with knits. Also, how to work with really thick fabrics like upholstery weights. Thanks!

  11. Colleen K. says:

    I would love to see sewing a purse and easy crafts with fabrics. I have made quilts for years and would like something easy and quick to do with fabric. Also, wall decorations would be fun. Show how we can decorate our homes ourselves with fabric and a sewing machine. I need some help….or a push to say how easy it can be….and here are lots of ideas !

  12. Ginger says:

    I would like my PBS to actually show the episodes when the guide says it comes on. Oh wait, you probably wanted episode suggestions. I think a show about knits with pattern designer Christine Jonson,, would be good. No affiliation to her, I just like her patterns. Or the owner/designer of would be a fun guest with all the neat art to wear things she does on her site. Again, no affiliation.

  13. Carrie Cunningham says:

    I would love to see finishing techniques.

  14. Wanda White says:

    I would really love to see more information on creating patterns from our own measurements. An easy one to start with would be a pajama pattern with information on how to measure and lay out a pattern for the crotch area.

  15. Karen A says:

    I like seeing embellishment techniques.

  16. Pat Hersl says:

    Couture finishing would be interesting.

  17. Veronica Reed says:

    Pattern fitting, definitely. I have a hard time sorting that out some times.

  18. Jamie F says:

    I would like to see how to make sleeves if you dont have a pattern. For example how to measure for it and then make the pattern!

  19. sunny says:

    How about fiber identification?

  20. Paula H says:

    I fear the most is putting in a zipper. When I do it it looks handmade, however, it would be great if no one would know where it originated from. Putting in a perfect, simple dress zipper. That is what I want to see and lean.

  21. Kimberly N says:

    Laminated cotton for different projects and maybe some basic quilting if you haven’t done it already. :)

  22. Sandy says:

    I would like to see garment conversions. I love making new things!! out of old!!

  23. BRENDA J. HOFFSTOT says:

    I have not seen the program in the St. Louis area. I have seen Brett on the Knit and Crochet Now program, on the Create channel. How about incorporating crochet in with sewing program?

  24. Lamon Geddie says:

    Would love to see more information covering plus sizes. Especially would like to see information on lingerie construction.

  25. Janeen S says:

    Looking forward to your new show for inspiration! :)

  26. susan hogervorst says:

    I would like to see how to make a baseball hat beginning to end.

  27. Mary Stott says:

    Buttonholes on different fabric, also embroidery buttonholes. Setting up both.

  28. tammy t says:

    I would love to see how to sew a blouse and skirt beginning to end. From cutting the pattern out to making alterations to the bust and stomach area.
    There are a lot of beginning sewers out there (me especially) that could use this information.

  29. Cathy says:

    Ohhh, I can’t wait, dvr here I come!

  30. Beth says:

    I need some fun, easy ideas to share sewing with children or beginning adults.

  31. gloria coles says:

    I enjoy more on how to use all the designs on my machine. Ouilting with these and all the different threads you can use and still have a strong product.

  32. Lori says:

    I think it would be great to do a project about how to sew with vinyl and other atypical fabrics since Halloween will be here before we know it and that brings opportunities to think outside of the box when it comes to fabric choices!

  33. Susan V says:

    I would love to see cardigans or lightweight jackets.

  34. Nancy Van Deusen says:

    Oh boy. Another chance to win!

  35. Laura D Field says:

    would love to see creative sewing techniques using a combination of sewing fabrics, notions and threads.