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. Carrie Cunningham says:

    I would love to see tips on sewing children’s clothes and accessories!

  2. Hweeen says:

    I would like to see projects of bags and some dresses, escpecially suitable as gift.

  3. Susan Guynes says:

    I would love to see more how to’s with very detailed pictures and instructions.

  4. Sheila Weikum says:

    I would love to see ideas for recycling blue jeans quilts,vests, childrens’ clothing.

  5. Susan s diego says:

    I would like some projectst that a beginner can do and feel accomplished when its done

  6. Sarah McKinney says:

    I would love to see some Home Decorating projects and some tote bags.

  7. Penny says:

    More on quilting :)

  8. Derenda Laws says:

    More quilting and a lot more sewing for my grandchildren

  9. Marie W says:

    I would like to see sewing projects for boys of all ages. I have two of them and love when I sew for them but all I seem to come up with are pillows and pajama pants.

  10. Gidget says:

    Would love to see more small children ideas.

  11. Vicki F. says:

    I would like to see projects that use those small scraps of leftover fabric.

  12. Would love these Valentine fabrics to create some canvas postcard mini quilts idea I have in my head!

  13. Katherin Clayton says:

    Maybe a section on, “The basics of sewing.” in each issue for the next year? I often wonder where new sewers learn basic fundamentials of constructing a garment.

  14. Wanda Bastien says:

    I’d love to see small sewing projects that would make nice Christmas gifts.

  15. Kelli says:

    I would like to see more simple/quick gifts to give to people of all ages.

  16. Diane Juenemann says:

    I would love to see sewing projects with hand embroidered embellishments.

  17. Lawana Whaley says:

    really into home decor this year…tablerunners esp and always love aprons and will take a hat pattern/tutorial anyday…

  18. glenda choat says:

    Pertinent information over selling your items you make.

  19. Dixie says:

    I would like to see more seasonal gift projects…

  20. marie sierra says:

    anything home-dec is always of interest to me!
    happy 2013 !
    the fabrics are lovely!
    marie

  21. Kathy Sellner says:

    I would love to see seasonal decorating projects either sewing, quilting, embroidery or a wonderful combination of techniques. The valentine fabrics are beautiful; can think of many ways to use them!

  22. Patricia Hersl says:

    I would love a departure from cute and perhaps into some things with a bit more sophistocation, a touch of class. We of a certain age have decided that cute no longer works for us.

  23. Kirstin says:

    All kinds of usefull bags… fx. for tablets, computers, baby stuff etc.

  24. Evelyn says:

    I particularly like quilt projects and totebag projects.

  25. Diane Standish says:

    I would love to see some easy totes and bags!

  26. Heather says:

    Quick sewing gifts! (always a favorite!)

  27. Barbara says:

    Quickie projects for little gifts.

  28. Patti Sisk says:

    I’d like to see a whole series on altering patterns to fit. Just from beginning to end, in the order you would determine what needs to be changed and the order that the alterations should be made. Keep up the wonderful work!

  29. Maureen V says:

    I’m interested in whatever projects you come up with, but boys & men always seem to be left out. Sometimes, I can’t find enough projects or patterns for what I want to do for them.

  30. Lorie Shaum says:

    I would like to see more tween stuff.

  31. Linda P says:

    I would like More beginner home projects with good step by step instructions with photos !

  32. Jeanne says:

    I’d like to see some projects for teen agers. Things they can make/use at school. Gift projects, scrappy items.

  33. Cheryl says:

    I would love to see some heirloom sewing ideas.

  34. Bonnie says:

    Applique on Children’s T-shirts.

  35. Sue Winnie says:

    Quick gifts, Christmas, decor, fun things

  36. Andra Wolf says:

    Gifts for our favorite pets!

  37. Linda E says:

    With so little time to do all we want to these days, I would love more quick and easy gift ideas. Seems like quite a few other would like that too!

  38. Dianne Koehne says:

    I like to see most anything involving pretty material. I am partial to kits, but will make do with yardage! Since my hubby passed summer of 2011, my sewing has really spread around the house. Big time. Oh well, no one I need to please but me!

  39. Anna Hutchins says:

    Thing for children and home-dec things that are useful not just esthetic.

  40. Cheryl Hallberg says:

    Beautiful fabrics for my favorite holiday!

  41. Ellen Harkness says:

    Quilting projects, machine quilting skills, embroidery, repurposing ideas, suggestions for organizing

  42. Debra Wachtler says:

    I would like to see more projects for young girls to sew such as skirts,scarves, and things like pillows and purses for 8 to 12 year olds. Thankyou a proud grandma.

  43. Katherine Scoggins says:

    I’d like to see a series of articles on fitting pants.

  44. Diana Butler says:

    I’d love to see more home dec items. Also, some help with alterations (i.e. heming dress slack’s, taking in a blouse or a skirt, etc. love you magazine, blog, etc!!!

  45. Margaret Fohr says:

    I’d like to see useful, relatively easy & quick projects.

  46. dolores says:

    I would love to see some serging tips and projects included in your publication

  47. Bonnie Cook says:

    Quick, easy gift ideas to sew.
    Purses, totes, purse accessories.
    Thanks

  48. Karen says:

    How about some kitchen linen projects?

  49. Suzanne Bohanan says:

    I love the tips on sewing garments.

  50. Jan Perry says:

    I would love to see more gift projects (not bags or pillows) that are both artsy and/or upcycled.

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