12 Days of Giveaways Day 3: Win “Sew What You Love”

Thanks to everyone who entered our Day 2 Giveaway on Friday. The lucky winner is Cindy S.–congrats!

For our Day 3 Giveaway, we have the lovely book Sew What You Love: The Easiest, Prettiest Projects Ever by Tanya Whelan of Grand Revival Designs (Potter Craft). The book includes adorable aprons, bags, dresses and more, as well as full-size patterns:Sew What You Love Cover 834x1024 244x300 12 Days of Giveaways Day 3: Win Sew What You Love

To enter for a chance to win, answer the following question in the comments section below:

What is your favorite type of project to sew?

We’ll randomly choose a winner from all of the commenters tomorrow. And don’t forget to check back every day until Dec. 21 for more chances to win!

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98 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways Day 3: Win “Sew What You Love”

  1. Penny says:

    My favorite thing to sew would have to be …. mini quilts. And purses.

  2. Lilach Oren says:

    defiantly bag sewing is my favorit project!!!
    and i LOVE this book… hope to win it

  3. Mary Ann Coleman says:

    I love to sew childrens clothes even though i have no small ones. I give them away.

  4. jan murray says:

    anything for my beautiful little granddaughter – clothes, bags, toys, furnishings. Love it!

  5. Savannagal says:

    My favorite things to sew are simple projects, because I’m not very good at sewing. I want to learn, but I can’t find classes during the evenings.

  6. Laurie K-G says:

    I love to sew tote bags. There are endless ways to customize them and they make great gifts!

  7. wendy says:

    I love to sew bags, tote bags, zipper bags… all types of bags. The bag on the cover of this book is fantastic. I have even sewn a case for my sons leappad.

  8. Nina says:

    I love sewing dresses and bags. Gotta make ‘em match, right?

  9. Joanne Brice says:

    My favorite thing to sew would be beautiful dresses for my beautiful great granddaughter.

  10. Suzanne Ripple says:

    Purses, love purses and bags!

  11. Dianne says:

    embroidery combined with sewing – like handbag or Quillows

  12. Debbie E. says:

    I like organizers–just a few more pockets than a purse I guess. They’re easy to sew and seem to cost so much in the stores.

  13. Melissa Kivi says:

    I live sewing pretty dresses for my daughter. She can pick the colors and designs that truly make it a dress just for her!

  14. Leslie Ferguson says:

    My favorite project is probably any project I get to work on. Working full-time and going to school full time gives me little time for sewing, so whenever I get to sew I’m happy.

  15. Shirley says:

    This year it has to be aprons, fun colors and styles for all the cooks in the family.

  16. Ginny Carter says:

    My favorite thing to sew would be projects I can complete in a day or two. I love the sewing but absolutely love the finishing. Seeing something that I made, that didn’t exist a day or 2 earlier is very satifying.

  17. Linda says:

    I love the book! I like to sew it all…bags, quilts, clothes, doll clothes and home items. My only problem is finding the time! So because of that, most of my projects lately have been the quick ones like items for home decor or makeover ready made clothes.

  18. amy mayer says:

    I love sewing anything–the self -satisfaction and pride is worth all the time it takes.

  19. Mama Lusco says:

    Hand bags! This book has been on my wish list…fingers crossed :)

  20. Teresa S. says:

    I like to sew clothes for my American Hairless Terriers. They have no hair and last night’s temps got down to -3 degrees.

  21. Annette says:

    Kids clothing is my favorite but I just really enjoy sewing.

  22. Beulah says:

    I love to sew Large quilts, childrens costumes and little girls’ dresses! But honestly, I will sew just about anything!!!! :)

  23. christa buys says:

    I am absolutely addicted to fabric! Love sewing quilts, clothes, wall hangings, caleidoscopes and many more!

  24. Teri Ferguson says:

    Purses & clothing for myself!

  25. PILLOWCASES for kids with Cancer! We love to make these for the kids at local hospitals! I also make these for my family members and they love them too!

    I have been sewing since I was small. My mom took lots of time to show me all the tricks and fun stuff we could create with sewing!

  26. Christie Bradley says:

    I LOVE purses!

  27. Mary Moran says:

    I love making American Girl doll clothes and watching the girls’ eyes light up when they see what I have created!

  28. Dana says:

    I love to sew anything for little girls! Whether it’s toys, aprons, dresses…whatever it is I just love it.

  29. Lisa Blevins says:

    Since I am kind of new to sewing my favorite thing at this time is rag quilts. I can’t wait to get into more projects in 2013!

  30. LauraM says:

    I love sewing little girl clothes, but my neices are too old now. However, have a new baby girl cousin….. :-)

  31. Marilyn Sanchez-Bonilla says:

    I am new in sewing but my favorite things so far are potholders and a pillowcase I made for my little guy. Just got some flannels so I am looking forward to start some pajama pants for Teddy. I love looking for ideas online and in books from my library so I am hoping I can win this one. :-)

  32. jean massey says:

    Bags, aprons, home accesories All are my favorite things to sew, and something for me, too. I just love to sew

  33. Angie C. says:

    My favorite things to make involves anything upcycled! I love to find pieces at the local thrift store’s $1 bag bin with fabric I love in forms nobody would love, and then turn them into something a little more modern and fun. I’ve turned sweaters into bags and purses and scarves, t-shirts into blankets, shirts into skirts…it doesn’t matter what it was, if I see it and am inspired, it’ll become something great!

  34. Laura Kerr says:

    I think my favorite thing to sew is dresses, especially the frilly ones for little girls. Their look of joy is priceless!

  35. I love complicated projects that make me think. I am a very impatient person by nature, so those kind of projects remind me to slow down and enjoy the process.

  36. Sharon Stoehr says:

    I love to sew anything for my grandson.

  37. Elise Lin says:

    My favorite projects to sew are garments that fit!

  38. LibbyO says:

    I love to sew for relaxation so I sew things for a church mission project that don’t require much thought…lap robes, adult bibs, adult capes, baby blankets, little girl pillowcase dresses, and pillows for the hospital.

  39. Christine Davis says:

    I love to sew bags, pillows & quilts. Anytime I am sewing it relaxes me. :-)

  40. Lynn Poulin says:

    I love sewing for babies and small children–our granddaughter loves anything made by Grandma!

  41. Lisa Krupa says:

    Any kind of bag, tote, zipper, purse, I love them all! You can never have too many bags!

  42. Nancy Chandler-Smith says:

    Anything for my new son.

  43. MicheleGi says:

    Something I have never sew before. I love new projects.

  44. Nancy B says:

    I love to sew things for my grandchildren – clothes, toys, pillowcases. I recently sewed “cool ties” for my grandson’s soccer team (using soccer fabric, of course).

  45. Deb D says:

    It is a toss up between sewing handbags and skirts, both are my favorites.

  46. Joy Martin says:

    I love to sew things for my grandchildren.

  47. Jamie F. says:

    I don’t have a favorite project. I just love sewing anything!

  48. Lora Chaney says:

    I love to make purses and fabric bowls!!!! Things that are useful double the pleasure!!!

  49. Jennifer says:

    My favorites are the imaginative creations my children draw up and want me to whip up on the fly–jackets for stuffed animals, butterfly houses, a sleeping bag for Barbie….. Keeps the brain young!

  50. azaidris says:

    Bag, bags and lots of bags and stuffs for my kids :D

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