Free Stuff Friday! Win Sew Merry and Bright!

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Happy Friday! We hope you had a safe and joyful Thanksgiving! To help kick off the holiday season today, we’re giving away a copy of Sew Merry and Bright: 20 Easy, Fun and Festive Patterns by Linda Lum Debono (That Patchwork Place). To enter for a chance to win, just answer the following question in the comments section below:

What’s on your sewing wish list this year?

Submit your comment by Monday, when we’ll randomly choose a winner from all the commenters. Good luck and happy holidays!

 Free Stuff Friday! Win Sew Merry and Bright!
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105 Responses to Free Stuff Friday! Win Sew Merry and Bright!

  1. Lisa Kover says:

    an embroidery machine
    new scissors

  2. Susan Novak says:

    I’d love a bigger sewing room…but don’t see that happening, so practical that I am, I’d love gift certificates to my favorite sewing shop.

  3. Jenn Shultz says:

    I’m hoping for a serger!!!

  4. Heidi says:

    I would love a new sewing table to hold my machines, and an able body to help me re-arrange the sewing space ! :)

  5. Chris says:

    i just like to have a housekeeper for a weekend so I could have the a day to sew instead of clean and do laundry all weekend.

  6. Eileen says:

    On my wish list is a small sewing table that I could fold up and put away when I’m not sewing. Any fabric or book would be nice as well.

  7. Trina Twitchell says:

    I’d love to create a dedicated sewing and crafting space. Right now things are scattered all over the house which hinders creativity. I’ve been pinning a lot of inspiration lately and hope to make it my winter project. Love your sight and appreciate the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

  8. Dianne Koehne says:

    Well, since I am widowed, again, there is no use making a christmas list. I am the only one to see it, anyhoo. But, I would love more time to sew, a bigger sewing room, more courage to learn and try new things, and an elf to help with UFO’s. I am working on those, soon to be Christmas gifts for my kids. Hopefully. Right now, trying to get started on a camo tree skirt for my youngest daughter’s new boyfriend. I have the material, and a pattern in my head, now just need to start! Love your site, would love to get the book. I look to books for inspiration. Also, local quilt shops. I try to shop local as much as possible. The camo material came from a quilt shop about an hour from me. When on shop hop, I looked at all shops to see who had what I wanted. Found it in Havana, IL at Ma’s Got a Notion. Great little shop, and very nice woman who runs it.

  9. Theresa says:

    I have machine embroidery designs for my new sewing machine on my wishlist.

  10. CCarawan says:

    A serger!

  11. Dawna says:

    You can teach an old dog new tricks. I’ve been sewing over 35 years and I’m still learning things from your site. I’m also happy to see the way I do things is the right way. Thanks for the giveaway. If I don’t win it no big deal. I won just finding your site.

  12. Stefanie F says:

    I’d love a second sewing machine my kids could use (which would free mine up!) and a maglite for handwork. Thanks for the giveaway.

  13. Pat says:

    I would love to upgrade my serger to a computerized version. I also wouldn’t mind a machine with all of the bells & whistles. I feel like whenever my current machine dies I end up getting just above a basic model. Seeing all of the cool machine demos at the store makes my mouth water!

  14. Katie Maginity says:

    My sewing wish list is quilting supplies and orginization supplies and sewing books. I am learning how to sew and quilt and I would like books on how to do that and classes too.

  15. Janie Manus says:

    I always love more fabric, patterns, books & magazines. What I’d REALLY like is more time! ;-)

  16. Brenda says:

    More time to sew! But I would love instructions (DVD) on how to make all those nice quilting designs on a regular sewing machine.

  17. Michelle Edgerton says:

    On my sewing wish list I would like a fancy sewing machine with all the trimmings! Quilting, embroidery, monogram, etc.

  18. Annette says:

    A cutting mat and rotary cutter blades.

  19. Amy Losordo says:

    Someone to finish my UFO’s…oh that’s suppose to be me. My bee is going to start taking orphan blocks and we are going to do a round robin to finish these for charity quilts! I’d love to share this book with my group

  20. Penny says:

    Several books (including sew merry & bright) and fabric, lots and lots of fabric!

  21. sandyb720 says:

    Oh so many things but I really need a large cutting mat.

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

  22. Dot Flanagan says:

    I received a binding foot in the mail today and plan to make some Christmas potholders.

  23. Linda says:

    Fabric, threads, gift cards, patterns, sergers, sewing machine. I am not picky and am easy to buy for, as long as its sewing related!

  24. Barbara J says:

    A new machine that has an automatic button hole function. I’m tired of floppy button hole feet that result in less than stellar finishes. Of course, that could be operator error but let’s not go there!

  25. Carolyn says:

    I would LOVE to upgrade my embroidery machine, but since that’s not likely to happen, I hope to get some gift cards to fabric stores (my LQS and some online shops.). What a nice book! Thank you for the chance!

  26. lawana whaley says:

    more time to sew!!! or if not that, then a sewing magnifier or a couple of new “feet’ for my Brother

  27. Kate O says:

    I always ask for gift cards to my favorite sewing stores, that way I can get exactly what I need for whatever project I’m working on. I have a standing request for a multi needle embroidery machine as well.

  28. Deb says:

    I would love to upgrade my embroidery machine!!

  29. Robin says:

    Gift cards for batting to finish UFO’s,acuquilt GO system, new sewing machine I m working with a borrowed one.

  30. I asked for some english paper piecing supplies to make the Lucy Boston “Patchwork of the Crosses”! English paper piecing is sooooo addictive, just love it!

  31. Elizabeth B. says:

    I would like a gift card to my dealer’s shop so I can get additional accessories for my machine.

  32. Katia says:

    On my sewing wishlist are more patterns and some fabric I’ve been eyeing. Actually, if it was possible, I’d wish to have a day free each week to just sew, but life gets in the way. :(

  33. Barbara P says:

    On my sewing wishlist this year is a dress form. Have wanted one for years!

  34. LeAnn Weaver says:

    I wish for some time to do sewing and make some neat gifts for friends and family.

  35. Rina says:

    A Singer Featherweight is at the top of my list followed by a new serger with cover stitch.

  36. Peggy says:

    Gift certificates at my favorite quilt shops! That way I can get what I want :-) Loved her other book, made several items out of it last year for Christmas.

  37. Maureen V says:

    A garment steamer for my daughter’s wedding dress & 2 daughter’s bridesmaids’ dresses that I am altering for a May 4th wedding. Plus will have to alter my dress.

  38. Donna says:

    I would love to have a new sewing/quilting Machine.

  39. Barbara Kobs says:

    ^ would be able to make them!

  40. Barbara Kobs says:

    A. New updated sewing machine to teach my granddaughters to sew with their Nini. Buying their American Girl Doll clothes and matching outfits is impossible, much to their dismay! We wouod be able to make them just as easily if I only didn’t have my 1970 something sewing machine!

  41. Trudy L says:

    A Janome Horizon. I had to sell my old Pfaff with all the bells and whistles two years ago because we needed the money for Christmas and I’m currently using an old Pfaff that is very basic.

  42. Heloisa says:

    In my sewing list there’s always some more fabric! :)

  43. Jane C. says:

    Definitely a serger. I have grandkids wanting doll clothes!

  44. Aline Carley says:

    I would like a sewing table, since the folding table I have has to much fibration when I sew and I have to chase the sewing machine across the table. A nice wood one with storage for trim and thread would be great.

  45. Linda says:

    I would love a bigger sewing table/work space!

  46. Jessica yourko says:

    Just recently started learning how to see!!!! I love it!!! Now I just need a serger. Hope I was a good girl and Santa brings one soon.

  47. Dona M Keyton says:

    My wish for Christmas is to get an embroidery machine! That would be awesome!

  48. Madscouser says:

    What do I want? A brand new great sewing machine! What am I likely to get – nothing sewing related! :-(

  49. Jill W. says:

    A serger!

  50. Joan says:

    I asked for some fabric!
    Any kind I just love it!
    Thanks for the giveaway!