Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 7

Hello again! It’s time for another giveaway! We’re celebrating season 5 of Sew it All TV kicking off on PBS on March 2nd by giving away prizes from past guests for 13 days!

Yesterday we gave you the chance to win two great purse patterns. Congratulations to: Michele and Rosemary Griffis! Please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing addresses to receive your prize!

On today’s giveaway, we have more awesome patterns for TWO lucky winners!

Betty Cover 662x1024 193x300 Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 7Get this adorable skirt pattern…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Or the pattern for these cute pinwheels and pillows!

 

See more Bananafana patterns at bananafanadesigns.com.

 

 

 

Check out designer and owner of Bananafana, Jess Goldman on episode 407, “Pillow Play,” where she teaches you to create three different pillow types.

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To enter to win one of these awesome patterns, answer the following question in the comments section below, “What’s your favorite project you’ve ever sewn?”

This is a tough one! Good luck, two winners will be announced tomorrow, along with the Day 8 prize!

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45 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 7

  1. Debby says:

    The quilt for my first grandchild.

  2. Cheryl Tripp says:

    a Tinkerbell costume for my 1 1/2 yr old great neice! She was ADORABLE!!!!

  3. My most rewarding sewing project was matching eskimo parkas for my daughter and myself.

  4. Jessica P says:

    A banner project I recently completed. For some reason I didn’t expect it to turn out great and instead I love it! It’s one of the best projects I’ve crafted!

  5. Melinda Thompson says:

    I don’t know that I have a favorite. Recently, I made a Chanel jacket, I like it so much I made another. I keep finding more favorites!

  6. Angie C. says:

    A quilt for my husband made from old t-shirts of his favorite band.

  7. April Drummond says:

    Favorite project, hands down, the Ice Queen. An original by me.

  8. Bella Bates says:

    Kimono Style robes for my mom & sister from gorgeous fabric brought back from Hawaii. It was crazy idea because my only prior sewing experience were 2 jammy paints and one plain skirt. I had so much fun & have not stopped since!

  9. Velma Johnson-Black says:

    A stocking I sewed and cross stitched for my Grandson.

  10. Katherin says:

    My favorite project was my granddaughters crib set and curtains for her room. Bumper pads, bed skirt, and curtains. I even made a rag doll to match, all from measurements sent from Florida and they fit perfect! Oh yeah, and 3 basket liners. That was a nerve racking experience because my daughter bought expensive fabric, AND it was the last of that fabric.

  11. Marilyn Otte says:

    My most favorite project is a really difficult question to answer because I have been sewing for over 50 years and I’ve had many. I guess my most recent one would be the mouse costume that I made for my grandson for Halloween a few years ago. It was complete with a very stiff faux leather tail and very cute mouse ears lined with pink velour.

  12. Paula says:

    The handsewn heirloom layette I made for my great niece Kennedy!

  13. Penny says:

    My favorite project would have to be the art quilt I did using a photo of my kids.

  14. Susan Guynes says:

    The spider witch costume I made for my daughter and her puppy. My daughter then age 11 had Mono and had used designing the costumes as a way to combat boredom as she lay in bed. They only wore them for 30 minutes, but the smile on her face made it worth it.

  15. Sue Haver says:

    I have so many ‘favorites’. Things that I sew for the people I love make me so happy, because I see the happiness and excitement in their faces.

    If I have to choose, I guess it would be a skunk costume I made for my grandson when he was a toddler. His little round face looked so cute in it. It was complete with a very fluffy black and white tail that would stand up and out, and it even had claws on all the feet. :)

  16. Constance M. Bunn says:

    I believe the favorite thing I’ve ever made was a Halloween themed quilt for a friend that had two and three diminsional aspects to it! It started off as a crazy patch (looking like a ballroom) with special parts representing special things to the recipient and myself. Then I added characters dressed in Halloween costumes, but couldn’t apply them the tradition way. When the quilt top was jiggled, the characters “danced”!! It even had a mirror ball hanging from the ceiling and bats with wings that moved!! I’ve got pictures of it, but it’s not the same as when it was here….I had SOOOO MUCH TROUBLE trying to make myself mail it to my friend!!! Maybe one day I’ll do one for myself…haha.

  17. JudyK says:

    The favorite project i have ever sewn is a project runway coat that i was able to modify and make my own one-of-a-kind coat!

  18. Gwen Churchwell says:

    A Christening gown and cape for my granddaughter who is the first girl in our family after seven boys!!! It turned out beautifully and I hope to live long enough to see her baby baptized in it.

  19. Susan Karson says:

    My favorite would have to be a simple, king-size log cabin quilt. I’ll always treasure the memories made as I sewed it during a weekend quilting retreat. My mother was next to me, we made new friends all around us and we were able to sew in our jammies. What a beautiful time we had. I’ll hear my mother’s laughter through that quilt always.

  20. Mary Jo Maneth says:

    My daughters wedding dress made with trumpato embroidery accents

  21. Derenda L. says:

    Brother and sister outfits for my grandchildren

  22. nel fraker says:

    Matching clown costumes for my son and daughter. I made a blue one for my son and a pink one for my daughter. They were for Halloween, and were really cute even if I do say so myself.

  23. Jane C. says:

    Probably the “last” one which just happened t o be a bed roll for my pre-school grandson. I used navy blue with stars for the base and the attached blanket was fleece with rocket ships. Dreamy?

  24. Susie M says:

    My favorite project is a difficult question because like some of the others I have been sewing for over 40 years. If I boil it down it would come down to 2. My wedding dress and all the bridesmaids dresses and then I would have to say the nursery set before my first child was born. That was my design on the quilt, bumper pads, and wall decorations. All unicorns and rainbows. Used that for both kids.

  25. Kath says:

    When my father was turning 80 years old, I created a photo quilt with photos ( 54) of him through this lifetime and of his children and grandchildren. I also added signature blocks to this quilt. I loved doing this quilt and giving it to my father.

  26. Kelly Sas says:

    I made our first grandchild’s baptism gown from my wedding dress. It was quite an undertaking for my sewing skills but it was so very worth it!

  27. Tracy Enos says:

    That’s a tough one. I started sewing as a quilter so one of my favorites is a monkey quilt I made for me second son. But I just started learning how to read patterns and made my first knot dress and I am super proud of myself because it actually looks like a dress!

  28. Mary Mac says:

    My first grandchild’s dress with little pink roses.

  29. Dulcie Summers says:

    My wedding dress!

  30. BJMarley says:

    My favorite project was my daughter’s Jr/Sr Prom Dress.

  31. MaryMartha Rose says:

    My favorite project was a black poke-a-dot apron skirt with a white eyelet underskirt with a white blouse trimmed in black. This was for my 15 year old daughter.

  32. Connie says:

    I made stuffed floppy eared bunnies, lambs and teddy bears for the children at church for Easter a few years ago. I had to shrink the patterns on theto copy machine because the original size was 16 inches tall. Made them in all different pastel colors, embroidered their eyes nose and mouths with ribbon to match around their neck. I think they wound up being about 8 inches tall. Had so much fun making those.

  33. Kathleen says:

    I have so many favorites, also, but I guess I am proud of my daughter’s wedding dress,the 7 bridesmaid dress and 2 flower girl dresses I made for her. I also made my wedding dress and 2 bridesmaid dresses many years ago. I have made many Civil War ball gowns that I loved.

  34. Mary M says:

    A lavender dress. I loved that dress.

  35. Kimberly N says:

    I don’t have a favorite favorite yet, but I do like the toddler quilt I’m working on right now mostly because it’s for a sick little boy who I think will enjoy it a lot. :)

  36. ROBIN RODRIQUEZ says:

    When my grandson was born, I made the cutest bear quilt for him. The ears and tongues were dimensional. He just turned ten and requested a new quilt because that bear quilt was just too small for him now. He got his big new quilt for his birthday on the 9th of February.

  37. Mary Simmons says:

    My daughter’s prom dress, a restyled skirt made into a boned and corseted top with matching long skirt. Literally a lot of blood, sweat and tears went into that project. The first time she tried it on she cried… it was nothing like she wanted. We worked together to bring her vision to reality; I redid the entire top — she was beaming when she left for the prom — it fit her to a tee!

  38. Cheryl says:

    I love love love making crazy quilt purses but the most accomplished I felt was a lined linen spring coat I made.

  39. Kelli says:

    2 Christmas wallhangings I made fory mom. One is Santa & thr other is a snowman.

  40. Cathy M says:

    A family tree for my In-laws 60th anniversary. It was a vine with all the children’s names embroidered on the stem, grandkids on shoots and great grandkids names on leaves. Oh, yes all with birthdates. I designed and made it in about 1 month.

  41. taradara says:

    A boy quilt for my boy

  42. carla says:

    When i was in college i made a quilt for my mom… the quilt itself was only 12″ x 12″ blocks, but i embroidered all the family members’ names an birthdays on the squares, and my parents’ wedding date in the center.

  43. KATHY MCTEER says:

    I love to make my four grandchildren their Fall Carnival/Halloween costumes! When my first born Grandson was 3 – 4 yrs. old we would enter him in the costume contest at Halloween and he won once and placed the other times! Wonderfull memories!

  44. Kath says:

    Favorite garment was a cute jumper, hat and shoes for my Grandniece size 6 mo. It will be fun to construct more clothing for her. There are so many cute little girl’s clothing available to sew.

  45. Portia Walsh says:

    My daughters Christmas flannel nitegown w/matching for her babydoll.
    Portia

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