Free Stuff Friday!

Hooray for Friday! Has your week been crazy busy? Our offices have been a flurry of activity all week. Luckily, the weekend is just a day away. This weekend I have plans to sew like no other. How about you? Perhaps this fun McCall’s pattern will inspire you to sew something fabulous.

M6287 284x300 Free Stuff Friday!

This week you could win McCall’s pattern M6287 from the Generation Next line. Created by Sew It All TV guest, Megan Nicolay, this pattern has all the instructions you need to create a flirty top, a funky tunic and a fashionable dress. Improve your knit stitching skills, or refine your mastery of the craft by putting together all three of these different and fun looks.

Enter to win this exciting prize by answering the following question in the comments section below:

“What do you use knit fabric for most often?”

I personally enjoy t-shirt makeovers. I have changed the necklines, turned them into totes and created little flowers. My next project will be a pair of yoga pants.

The winner will be announced Monday.

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56 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Barbara Wroe says:

    I enjoy making dresses with it for myself and granddaughters, I also used to make underwear and sleepwear with it. Really cute pattern.

  2. Sue Haver says:

    I love knit tops. I have a jersey pullover top I made about 20 years ago. Loved it then…still love it. It’s winter white, so I can wear it with almost any other color.

  3. Evelyn says:

    Pillowcases made out of cotton knit are so comfy. I’ve made tons out of cotton velour as well.

  4. I love to use knit fabric to make t-shirts for American girl dolls. I have also made my college age daughter dresses and tops from it. She love the ease of the fabric.

  5. Mary says:

    I don’t know how many tee shirts I’ve made!

  6. Janice says:

    I am new to sewing and have only used knits to sew curtains for our camper. They turned out pretty good. They look alot better than the older ones that were in there.

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