Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways- Day 8

Happy Friday everyone! And happy Day 8 of our 13 days of Giveaways! Season 5 of Sew it All TV kicks off March 2nd on PBS, and to celebrate we are giving away prizes from past guests!

Yesterday we gave you the chance to win an adorable skirt pattern and patterns for cute little pinwheels and pillows. Congratulations to: Susan Karson and Melinda Thompson. Please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing addresses to receive your prize!

For today’s giveaway we are giving away the Burda Style Sewing Handbook by Nora Abousteit with Alison Kelly! It features 15 creative projects and 5 master patterns.

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Check out Alison Kelly in episode 408, “Skirting the Issue” where she teaches you to create an elegant double layered lace skirt with a waistband and invisible zipper.

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To enter to win this awesome prize, anwer the following question in the comment section below, “What’s your favorite garment to make, or makeover?”

Good luck! Our winner will be announced Monday along with the Day 9 prize!

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122 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways- Day 8

  1. Ginger says:

    Skirts are my favorite to make.

  2. Kelli says:

    I love to make & make over skirts – so many options.

  3. Patty says:

    I love to make skirts! There are simple to make, yet offer so many variations.

  4. carla jo says:

    SKIRTS!! I love wearing solid-color tights with them! And cute shoes with little buckles! Plus with a skirt I can hook my insulin pump on the waistband– you cant do that with a dress!

  5. Katy Kelley says:

    I like making quick lounge pants out of vintage pastel sheets or flannels.

  6. kelli says:

    Skirts! There are so many options.

  7. Kathleen says:

    I love to sew for my grandkids, they love the things I make for them. I also love sewing for my daughters.

  8. Cheryl says:

    I love to make jackets, not your ordinary run of the mill jacket but spectacular jackets that would be one of a kind!

  9. Amy Cramer says:

    When the kids were little I made them fantasy dresses and matching dresses.They grew and I made costumes for plays, Halloween and such. We moved and uniforms were needed, none made small enough for my girls, more sewing. Oldest off to college, I sewed a closet curtain with pockets, matching bedspread and curtains. Now I have time to make things for me and am wanting to try everything. The book would be truly loved and appreciated for the next stage of my life.

  10. Carla G says:

    Shorts for my boys! They’re fairly easy to make and easy to customize. :)

  11. Ellen Lawrence says:

    As a high school Fashion Design teacher I have a closet full of donated prom and homecoming dresses that we use for one of my favorite student projects: Disaster to Master. The students work in teams and redesign and recycle an outdated dress using any supplies they can find in the supply closet. I love seeing thier creative ideals come to life!

  12. Eugenia Horton says:

    I enjoy making a suit jacket and skirt. I especially love it when I don’t have enough fabric, then the creative juices start flowing.

  13. Linda N. says:

    I love to make christening gowns. The most involved makeover I had for one was a redo! We estimated what size a baby girl would need based upon her older brother’s birth weight a few years earlier, and wouldn’t you know she was two pounds heavier than her brother had been!

  14. Sherrie Polatas says:

    I like to make little girls summer clothing out of colorful flowered or printed sheets.
    I’ve made short and top sets and sundresses. Many times they are cooler to wear than ready made.

  15. Leesa Hunter says:

    I love having the freedom to make whatever comes to mind at any time. Last week it was headbands from old tshirts, who knows what I’ll do today. To sew from scratch vests are my favorite.

  16. Annette Tennant says:

    Nothing is off limits! If it’s in a need for a facelift ~ it gets it!

  17. Georgia says:

    Love your magazine and am now enjoying your web site. I just printed your “sewing with kids” e-book. I’ll be with my grand daughter over spring break and we’ll be busy sewing; your e-book will be a wonderful inspiration for both of us.

  18. sewlindaann says:

    I love browsing through thrift shops just grabbing extra large for me clothing to play with. I love finding pieces for a dollar sometimes that are made of fabric I love. My fave things at the moment are bags, but I have accumulated a large plastic bin of clothing that I’m re-purposing for Spring skirts and tops.

  19. Kath says:

    Wow I just refashioned a fleece jacket that was way too big and I never wore it. It was destined to be ” camping clothes” the one’s I never will wear out in public again. After several adjustments, I will be seen in it around town.

  20. Phyllis McCord says:

    I learned how to refashion tshirts with abandon
    from my teenage daughter. Cut, rip, add patches, add or take off sleeves – they have become an outlet for creativity.

  21. Dee Fick says:

    Great show, ideas are flowing! What pattern? was used for Alison’s jacket?

  22. I quite enjoyed browsing through this. I reckon it’s going to go really well with the handmade stuff I saw at etsy.com/shop/FlosCaeli I buy the majority of my headbands, necklaces, etc there.

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