Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 1


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To celebrate Season 5 airing on PBS beginning March 2nd, we’re giving away prizes from past guests for 13 days! Stay tuned on the blog for giveaways every day, and every giveaway you enter, you’ll also be entered to win the Grand Prize, a copy of Sew it All TV Season 4 on DVD!

Today we’re giving away a copy of Steffani Lincecum’s book, Patternmaking For a Perfect Fit. Learn how to copy and alter patterns for endless wardrobe varieties! Check out Steffani’s season 1 episode here.

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We had some fantastic guests on season 4, like Joi Mahon, who taught you how to turn a T-shirt into a pattern and stitch a cute lace top.

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Get the instructions for “Lovely in Lace” here.

To win the book above, answer the following question in the comments section below, “Do you sew with lace?”

I love the look of lace, though sewing with it can sometimes be troublesome. But with Joi’s tips from her episode and in her article in Sew it All Volume 4, it’s a breeze. Have you mastered lace yet?

One lucky winner will be announced tomorrow, along with the Day 2 prize! Remember, every day you enter, you’re also entered to win the Grand Prize! Good luck icon smile Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 1

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84 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 1

  1. Katherine Scoggins says:

    I love sewing with lace–especially Alencon!

  2. amy mayer says:

    I have not BUT want to learn how to!

  3. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I sew with lace trim for little girls dresses.

  4. gayle says:

    I love lace it is beautiful to sew with and would love any tips on sewing with it.

  5. Linda says:

    I love using lace, and am so glad to see it back in style!

  6. Gail says:

    I just put some lace on a pocket today! Didn’t like it and took it off,lol

  7. Campbell Soup says:

    I have been frustrated more than a few times sewing with lace. Sewing tips are absolute treasures.

  8. Debbie Lovas says:

    I love to sew with lace. I made my granddaughters lace crowns complete with jeweled fronts. I made chiffon and lace royal capes for them also. They love to play dress up.

  9. Amy S says:

    I love sewing with lace, it makes for beautiful, scalloped hems!

  10. Beth R says:

    I love lace, but don’t use it often in sewing – maybe with the book, I would!

  11. Faye says:

    I love sewing with lace for my granddaughter. Everything looks nicer with a little lace on it.

  12. Ellen says:

    I don’t sew with lace often, but have used it.

  13. Maren says:

    I rarely sew with lace, because I work mostly with reclaimed textiles. I found a prom dress with a lace overlay recently, so that’s about to change!

  14. Carol K E says:

    I have used lace on prom dresses and for little girls dresses. I once attempted to use it on lingerie, but that was a bit of a disaster.

  15. Cindi says:

    I have not sewn with lace in a while. Would love to have this book and sew with lace again!

  16. Karen A says:

    Yes, I sew with lace, especially bridal and prom dresses.

  17. Heidi says:

    I love adding lace to garments, it dresses them up!

  18. Gail Hester says:

    I used to sew alot with lace in competition ice skating dresses. I would love to use it now for my own clothing since I no longer make skating dresses.

  19. Cheryl says:

    I have used lace in my crazy quilting but would love to learn how to sew with lace in garment sewing!

  20. Lorie says:

    I have tried adding lace to hankies a couple of times, but need help!

  21. Kelli says:

    I have never sewn with lace but now have a niece and have thought about using some on a sundress.

  22. Kath says:

    last time I really sewed with lace was for my wedding…I made my matron of honor and my flower-girl’s lace dresses. That was 27 years ago! I could use this book and update my skills.

  23. Chris says:

    I have used lace with quilting but I would like to try using it in sewing garments.

  24. EJ says:

    I love lace!! I ‘ve collected yards and yards of it
    through the years, and would love to learn how to
    properly apply it to my sewing projects.

  25. MelodyJ says:

    I haven’t yet.

  26. Debbie Wakelee says:

    I sew with lace when embellishing socks or shirts I have embroidered! FUN!

  27. Norine Reed says:

    Working with lace is fun. it looks so beautiful especially on a beautiful wedding dress. afyer all the work of matching motifs, the finished piece is incredible.

  28. Patty P says:

    I have some lovely gray lace in my stash that I plan to use soon!

  29. Carmi says:

    I have never sewn with lace but do have a stash I’ve been collecting over the years.

  30. kim says:

    I love lace! From hankies to blouses and skirts.
    It makes my clothes feel more ladyish. :)

  31. Cheryl says:

    I really need to get this down pat!

  32. Kathy Cederholm says:

    My granddaughter loves little lace trims. I would like to add then them to her t-shirts!

  33. S Thompson says:

    Yes…so many wonderful choices and uses! Everyday household items get a special touch, hemlines, necklines….love the soft stuff!

  34. Sandy Roberts says:

    I have bought stretch lace fabric and lining to make a dressy blouse, but am afraid that it will be a disaster, so I occasionally take the fabric out, look at it, sigh regretfully, and put it away again until I get enough courage to try it. This book would be a great resource!

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