Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 4

Thank you everyone for participating in Friday’s giveaway and and letting us know what type of projects you’d like to see in upcoming seasons!

First off, the winner from Friday’s giveaway is…Candace Baldwin! Candace commented that she would love to see an episode on working with leather and show the technique of draping on a future episode.  That would be really exciting! Thanks Candace for your comment and please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing addresses to receive your prize!

Many mentioned that sewing easy projects like tote bags, and hand bags was always a favorite. On season 6 we’ve have some great tote bag and hand bag projects that you’re sure to enjoy. Our very own Nicki shows how easy  and creative sewing can be by making a super cute purse from a book in “Novel Idea”.

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Nicki and Ellen

Check out this fabulous and roomy tote from season 5 by Rashida Coleman-Hale in episode 510, “Rock The Tote”. Today we are giving away a chance for you to make another great bag with the Indygo Junction Boxy Backpack.

box packback Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 4To enter to win this great prize, answer the following question in the comments section below: Who would you like to see on Sew it All TV?

Tell us your favorite, someone you just can’t get enough or someone you’d like to see on the show.

Good luck! One winner will be announced on Tuesday, along with another prize. Have a great weekend icon smile Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 4

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 sew.tv and watch Sew it All TV episodes anytime!

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I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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44 Responses to Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 4

  1. Lisa Y says:

    I’d like to see new people that we don’t know yet and see their fresh ideas :) Anything vintage inspired would rock!

  2. Carol K E says:

    I would like to see Liesl Gibson from Oliver+S. Her children’s fashions are delightful with great instructions for beginning sewists. My daughters have been able to create cute outfits for their girls with little help from mom!

  3. Marthie says:

    I would like to see Paula Dean on the show

  4. Debby says:

    I would love to see Jenny Doan from Missouri Star Quilt Company. I love her quilting quickly bookazines and her tutorials.

  5. Beth R says:

    I would love to see Deborah Moebes, love her projects.

  6. Jennifer Cornell says:

    Someone to do a series on gowns and evening wear.

  7. G miller says:

    Paula Deen

  8. Jane Coombs says:

    Aside from Jenny Doan, I would like to see Victoria Findlay Wolfe, author of 15 Minutes of Play. Every once in a while there is someone who really speaks to you, and it is her. Also Gail Patrice Yellen would be another selection as serging is my kick as well. thx
    PS How about a tour of the Sew4Home gig.

  9. Marian Mathewson says:

    How about some embellishing? Cindy Brick is good!

  10. Jan L. says:

    That’s a tough question. It’s like asking a mother which child she loves best! I have enjoyed each episode viewed to date. I do love to see techniques that speed up sewing projects with professional results.

  11. I would love to see Tina Givens. She has the most unique patterns and ideas for girls and women’s clothing, as well as linen fabrics she designs.

  12. Lynette Myers says:

    Jo Packham, Pati Palmer, Sandra Betzina, Eleanor Burns and Martha Pullen, please and thank you!!!

  13. Karen A says:

    I’d love to see some of the fabric designers like Denyse Schmidt, Amy Butler, Tula Pink, and others.

  14. Barb S. says:

    Laura Wasilowski would be a wonderful guest, I took a class from her in Sister’s Oregon last month and I know she would educate and entertain your views!

  15. Virginia says:

    I wish my local PBS station would start airing sewing shows like Sew It All. They have not had any craft/sewing shows in over 2 years. I have contacted them, but no help.

  16. Shelba says:

    I agree that seeing Liesl would be a treat. Also, is Ann Person from Stretch and Sew still around? I learned more practical things from Ann Person and Kerstin Martensson over the years–cute boy’s clothing, for example. Also, the Sunrise Designs Pattern folks.
    For adults, the Birch Street/Folkwear people would certainly have some techniques to share.

  17. pat says:

    working on the fall wall hanging that is in this Months CME. Not that easy. Maybe If I had a embroidery that devided the embroidery pattern it would be better.

  18. Nancy Kwisnek says:

    Full figure women, fitting clothes that flatter Full figure and plus size women.

  19. Susan Harvey says:

    Anyone who can make Sergers easier to understand and use!

  20. Joan says:

    I would like to see Heather Ross!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  21. Rita Dougherty says:

    Martha Pullen for her heirloom sewing and Sandra Betzina for simple/ fitting clothing

  22. Betsy says:

    I would love to see Victoria Findlay Wolfe. She is so talented and such an inspiration

  23. Sue Martin says:

    I’d love to see Claudia Schaffer, Cynthia Guffey, Terry White.

  24. Patricia Lenhart says:

    I would like to see Amy Butler and/or other fabric designers.

  25. sue says:

    I would like to see Eleanor Burns and Tula Pink.

  26. lydia says:

    I am kind of a new sewer and I enjoy making things for my daughters, but one of my girls is small busted and is short but at the same time she is broad as well as a small waisted (she kind of has a girls gymnast body)…so I would like to see tips on how to fix patterns and or alter clothes to fit her..I wish your show was on more often and at better times..I love your show

  27. Deena Shepard says:

    Jenny Doan and McKenna Ryan

  28. Mary Mac says:

    Yes, I agree with seeing more of the fabric designers like Amy butler, Robert Kaufman, Heather Baily

  29. Kelli says:

    I would like to see Valori Wells.

  30. Barbara Norton says:

    Tula Pink and any other new person with easy quilting ideas.

  31. Patricia Hersl says:

    I want to second everyone mentioned above. They all have something to offer. Also found a new designer of children’s clothes, Ruby Jean.

  32. Billye Watson says:

    I would like to see some ideas on sewing for boys. I’d love to sew things for my grandson, but seems all the information/ideas out there are just so-so or blah.

  33. BJMarley says:

    I would love to be able to see the show at all. But I’d love to see some of my local sewing experts.

  34. Sharla B says:

    that’s so easy Tula Pink or Kaffe Fassett

  35. rachael says:

    I would like to see a few projects for teens and pre teens by teens and pre-teens. I sew and design, so I make complicated clothes and things, but there are no shows that really address teen and pre-teen interests and body type.

  36. Cherie says:

    Liesl from Oliver & S. And Sunni from the blog A Fashionable Stitch.

  37. Joyce Adams says:

    Amy Butler

  38. Sherrie Polatas says:

    I would love to methods of altering (fitting) ready made clothes, such as adding room to a sleeve or crotch area.

  39. Marla says:

    I would love to see Sandra Betzina.

  40. AZ Barbara says:

    Pati Palmer

  41. Donna Umstattd says:

    I would like to see Shirley Adams or Georgia Bonesteel these gals were on PBS in the beginning with Nancy Ziemen and did such terrific things and they were an inspiration to me. I know with talent like that they are still doing it all.

  42. Cathy Biliski says:

    I adore “Its So Easy” on PBS, and am thrilled that Angela Wolf is now featured on Craftsy. Its a great show. I wish it was on more frequently.
    Sandra Betzina makes sewing look so easy. Even if i didn’t have the limited experience with sewing that I have she inspires me. It would be wonderful to have her included in their lineup. She did have her own show on cable I would love to see those shows on PBS.

  43. Carol Womack says:

    I’d like to see Gyleen X. Fitzgerald, who was trained as an engineer and has designed some incredible quilting tools for designing quick pineapple quilts and all nature of polygons.

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