Free Stuff Friday: Win Valentine’s Day Fabric + a Free Pillow Project!

Happy first Free Stuff Friday of 2013! We hope your year is off to a wonderful start, and what better way to kick things off than to win some cute fabric? Today we’re thinking ahead to all of the pretty projects to make in time for Valentine’s Day, so we’re giving away a bundle of sweet heart-bedecked fabric in six coordinating prints:

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The fabric would be perfect to use for the fun pillow featured in “Love Light,” one of the free projects from the new Feb/March issue. You can even enhance the pillow by adding LED lights! Download the free tutorial for the project, which includes lots of information on working with electronic textiles.

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And on Pinterest, we’ve also just added a Valentine’s Day Sewing projects board, where you can find lots of other inspiring ideas, like this gorgeous wreath from the blog Sew Much Ado as well as lots of other project that would be great for the fabric you could win. Check it out!

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So, to enter to win today’s prize, answer the following question in the comments section below: What types of projects would you love to see this year in Sew News? Enter by Monday morning when we’ll select a winner at random. Good luck!

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183 Responses to Free Stuff Friday: Win Valentine’s Day Fabric + a Free Pillow Project!

  1. Marilyn Snow says:

    I would like to see up-cycling ideas, quick and easy projects to give as gifts, and seasonal ideas for home or gifts.

  2. Marge M says:

    I would like to see projects like a simple tank top that can be made into many different looks!

  3. Regina Henderson says:

    I would love to see cute apron and dish towel crafts, great for gift giving and fun things to do make for my grandsons and maybe even warm house shoes or warm socks for men, thanks I loveeee your magazine :)

  4. anna robertson says:

    Love this ideaa. will make some for book club frieinds

  5. Lorie E says:

    I would love to see a project for transforming a boxy tee shirt into something more fitted and stylish. Also, more gift-giving projects and sewing for boys & men.

  6. Meaghan V says:

    This is so cute and cheery for the mid-winter! I’d love to see ideas for home dec and/or towels

  7. Venessa says:

    I’m new to sewing and just subscribe to your magazine and so excited to recieve my first issue!!

  8. Erin says:

    I would make an applique table runner!

  9. Lisa Patterson says:

    Would like to see home decor ideas to make

  10. judy reyes says:

    I would like to more embroidery projects and little girls clothing

  11. Dawnella says:

    I would like to see more quilting how-tos & also doll clothing how-tos :)

  12. wendy says:

    More projects from recycled goods. Along with easy gift ideas

  13. I would love to see handbags with lots of compartments and handbag accessories showcased in How To articles.

  14. Dot Flanagan says:

    I would love to see more home dec and children’s clothes

  15. Tambra Vandal says:

    I would love to see some up dated Version’s of the long ago sweatshirt Jackets. I just loved those when they were once popular!

  16. Paula Mair says:

    I love the projects that are simple and quick and that I don’t have to purchase a pattern for. It’s fun to pick up your magazine, find a quick project that either breaks up my sewing a bit or gets my creative thought process back on the right track.

  17. Judy Brennan says:

    I would love to see home dec ideas that are simple and quick.

  18. I would like to see embellishments on changing t-shirts in a way that makes them dressier to wear.

  19. Meg Nelson says:

    I would like things to make for gifts as well as just a variety of stuff. Love tip and hints as well. Maybe a little serging stuff too.

  20. Honestly, I would love to see less quilting (as there are sooo many quilting mags already) and more scrap sewing (again, not quilts), things using a fat quarter or less, especially accessories.

  21. BJMarley says:

    I would love to see how to add interesting details to make simple garments eye catching.

  22. Mary Mac says:

    I love pillows. Some quick sew pillows would be fun.

  23. KA Hurt says:

    I would like some basic doll clothes that can be easily embellished.

  24. Mama Lusco says:

    I’d love to see more shoulder bags and kids patterns. Keep up the good work!

  25. Leanna Chidester says:

    fast and easy gift ideas:)

  26. Gail says:

    I would like to see small projects like cushions, aprons, potholders etc., or even small projects for children.

  27. Lorie Shaum says:

    My grand daughter loves the light up pillows it will be fun making one for her. Love your magazine. It should be called sew much fun.

  28. Melissa Blithe says:

    I would love to see handbag projects and home Dec. ideas.

  29. Patti Gagnon says:

    I would like to see more male (men,Boys,baby) gift ideas, and patterns.

  30. Savannagal says:

    I plan on making covers for my sewing machine, serger, toaster and mixer.

  31. maureen says:

    I would like to see embroidery with quilting ideas And things to do in the hoop

  32. Theresa says:

    I would love to see quick, inexpensive ideas for gifts that can be done unique (think gifts for coworkers, guild members, etc.) I would love to see more information on pattern reading for those of us who are not super experienced. Creative support products are also welcome (loved the article in this month’s issue!)

    Thank you for all you do to make my sewing fun!

  33. kathleen says:

    Would love to see more plus size blouses & jackets

  34. Penny says:

    I would like to see a lot of things that can be made for gifts < $10. I also love ornaments, and home decor. I have a fetish for new handbag styles.

  35. Sharon S. says:

    I would love to see more ideas for toddler boys.

  36. Donna Thackston says:

    I would love to see my ideas for guys. I have 3 sons and one (soon-to-be) daughter-in-law. Guys are hard to buy/make for!!! Thank you :)

  37. Holly P says:

    I would like to see more quick gifts for holidays and more quilting projects. Thank you!

  38. TanjaH says:

    I would love to see patterns for plus sizes.

  39. Clare S. Lavorgna says:

    If you could have more quick and easy projects. I often see simple projects on Pinterest and know that Sew News could scare up some, too. Sometimes shopping for a gift just isn’t happening, but if I had a simple project to do here at home and to bring as a gift, it’d be great. Thanks in advance!

  40. Loretta Tejkl says:

    I would like to see some tween boy ideas, everyone seems to forget about them.

  41. Lisa Atwell says:

    How about how to make a clothing article that someone would actually wear such as how to sew a tshirt with knit and not use a serger ( for those without) something for adult made for an adult body not something that shows the belly when you move. Differing sleeve lengths.

  42. Virginia in TX says:

    I have 4 grand boys, upper elementary and middle school age, I would really appreciate some BOY ideas! We’ve done the pillowcase, stuffed animals and pencil bags, need fresh inspiration.

  43. Maggie says:

    I would love to see more in the hoop projects from Sew News.

  44. Lucy says:

    I’d love to see home decor and children clothing projects.

  45. Sharon says:

    How about some creative window treatments?

  46. Luann Myers says:

    I love these Valentine Day Fabrics. Some wonderful new fabrics to add to my stash. The pillow pattern is great. I would like to see projects that are easy and quick to finish.

  47. Beth R says:

    I would love to see more home decoration projects and tips on coordinating fabrics.

  48. Jayne Berghorn says:

    Wow!
    The list already has so many great ideas!

    I’d like to see a “refresher” on quick but effective finishing techniques.
    There’s always some great tricks to learn or revisit.

  49. Rina Mason says:

    I would like to see ideas for recycled clothing and gifts. I love using things I find at Goodwill and in friends closets.

  50. Maria says:

    I’d love to see bags, all sizes and shapes. Also, some smaller projects, pillows and gift items.

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