Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 3

Thank you everyone for participating in yesterday’s giveaway and sharing with us your favorite episodes!

Remember, if you don’t get the show in your area, give your local PBS station a shout and request that they carry it. In the meantime, you can get a subscription to and watch Sew it All TV episodes anytime!

Yesterday’s winners of a package of Paradiso designs patterns are: Cath and Linda Kirsch! Please email with your mailing addresses to receive your prizes!

Many of you mentioned Sue Hausmann’s episode as one of your favorites. Well Sue’s back for season 6, guiding you through some machine troubleshooting and creating an adorable monogrammed tablet sleeve.

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Ellen March and Sue Hausmann

You may recall another tablet sleeve from season 5 by Angela Yosten in episode 512, “Case Logic.” Well today we’re giving you the chance to win a copy of Angela’s book, Stop. Go. Quilt. Sew! Included in the book are 12 fun projects, instructions and patterns!

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To enter to win this great prize, answer the following question in the comments section below: What would you like to see on Sew it All TV?

More home-dec projects? Garments? Techniques? Let us know!

Good luck! One winner will be announced on Monday, along with another prize. Have a great weekend icon smile Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 3

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81 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 3

  1. Kina Hoffman says:

    Sewing with leather and vinyls.

  2. Natalie Maynard says:

    I’d like to see more garments.

  3. Michelle Shamp says:

    I would live to see how to clean your sewing machine and I would also like to see all kinds of different sewing tips! I love ur show and your web page!!!!

  4. Michelle Wright says:

    adjust patterns to fit you

  5. Robin Huss says:

    How to sew with 4 gauge vinyls, please.

  6. Zaida says:

    Maybe something on making baby diapers or other quick baby items.

  7. Arleen says:

    With the holiday season fast approaching, fall, Halloween,
    Thanksgiving (which always seems to get skipped over), and
    Christmas and New Year’s home décor projects and gift ideas.
    Time is always too short to find ideas and do the sewing so
    an early start would be fantastic.

  8. Pamela Schofield says:

    I would love to see quick time saving techniques on quilt binding and placemat finishing!

  9. Dell says:

    Tips and projects using laminated fabric. How to laminate fabric yourself.

  10. Jennifer Cornell says:

    How to work with furry fabrics.

  11. Jewell Thompson says:

    I would love to see Couture sewing!

  12. wendy says:

    Quick fleece project for kids and adults with some cool details, like a dino hat.

  13. Deb Rayman says:

    Quick gifts.

  14. Tracy Enos says:

    Appliques techniques and the stitching to use on the outside other than a blanket stitch

  15. I would love to see how-to’s for home dec and craft projects, but especially fashion accessories would be nice (purses, scarves, etc.).

  16. benice short says:

    I would like to see some thing on quilting maybe using different attachments

  17. Carol K E says:

    Perhaps sewing for charity– I am thinking Anti-Ouch pouch, comfortable hats and scarves, adult spill guards (bibs). Perhaps create a basket of comfort items for someone undergoing medical procedures or chemotherapy.

  18. Ellen Olson-Sax says:

    short cuts are always my favorite – and quick projects! LOVE Sue

  19. Cherie says:

    How about how to advance your sewing skills? Maybe am episode on a breakdown of different techniques such as sewing zippers, piping, etc.

  20. I’m new at this craft and I would like to see an A-Z on sewing and emberiodery from what foot to use with what material, what needle for what material and stitch for each material. Things that you need to know but never was told. Also, what to use when you emberiodery.

    Patricia from WV

  21. Rita Dougherty says:

    Some different Quick gifts for the holidays

  22. Rebeccca says:

    How about some useful holiday gifts, easy to create. Halloween items would be cool as well.

  23. Kathy A says:

    Rosettes! How to do them!!

  24. Kathy A says:

    Sewing machine troubleshooting?

  25. Jane C. says:

    More episodes on serging, particularly on adapting a sewing project to the serger. Are there any patterns that require the serger. At the IQF, I saw two quilts done with the serger. Thx.

  26. mc says:

    I love easy bag projects or garment projects with knits. Thanks for hosting these give aways. They are fun.

  27. Susan Darling says:

    I would love to see more about serging projects for
    the holidays.

  28. Kathy Ohlson says:

    I love home decor. Curtains, pillows, slip covers and so on. Would like to see more of these types of shows.

  29. I would love to see an episode with a project made from oilcloth.

  30. Patti S says:

    Would love more informative how to use a serger. I know that most are experienced sewers but for the beginners the how to programs are so valuable!

  31. more info on quick quilting methods, and serger info

  32. Diane says:

    mitered corners also. quick gifts for little ones.

  33. Kathy Rowell says:

    I would love to see shows on machine embroidery with particular emphasis on what stabilizer to use with particular fabrics. It is so confusing.

  34. I would like to see place-mats without corners like the beautiful Quilts Without Corners, sea shell or fan or Dresden that can be also used for coasters and napkins. I found Christmas Ornament kits, but want to go everyday type with more graceful shapes.

  35. Rebecca says:

    I would like to see sewing for grandchildren (ages newborn – age 8) – esp, seasonal & religious holidays, also interested in room decoration/practical & useful items for children’s rooms

  36. Cheryl says:

    Using photo transfer designs in quilts!

  37. Kathryn Patch says:

    I for one would like to have some insight into choosing the right presser foot for the job. I have some that came with my new machine that I have never used as I am unsure just what situation calls for them. The manual only has the ‘highlights’ of the foot’s use. I’

  38. Kathryn Patch says:

    I for one would like to have some insight into using the right presser foot for the job. I have some that came with my new machine that I have never used as I am unsure just what situation calls for them. The manual only has the ‘highlights’ of the foot’s use. I’d just like a little more information and demonstration.

  39. I would like to see how to make greek letter tshirts. they are so pricey to buy but I have not been able to reproduce them on my own. also shower caddies for college bound students like the ones we see.

  40. Debbi Biedler says:

    Different things to do with a serger. Uses for the different interfacings, backings and stabilizers.

  41. Sheila Harris says:

    more ideas on recycle projects (or upcycle) using jeans and other items from your wardrobe.
    also don’t forget to have some basic sewing techniques for anyone who is a beginner sewer.

  42. Linda Machado says:

    With Fall approaching that means Holiday sewing is upon us so some fresh new different Holiday items to stitch would be awesome!

  43. Marilyn Ming says:

    Unique holiday gifts to sew for family and friends!

  44. Sharla B says:

    Binding tricks -how to finish hexagon projects -

  45. Kathy Taylor says:

    I would love to see quick , home décor, kitchen items, to give for holiday hostess gifts, teachers and all the others, we seem to need.

  46. Mary Mac says:

    Something for weddings.

  47. Iryna B. says:

    how to re-do/re-pad dinning chairs covers. Mine look pretty shabby but Iam such a chicken to do them myself…. Thank you

  48. Brenda Buck says:

    I love the easy quick garment pieces. In this fast paced world I find I’ll finish quick project & let the more complicated/time consuming pieces sit . More tips on sewing the ITTY fabrics would be great also.

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