Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 5

Thank you everyone for participating in Sew It All TV giveaway! Love reading your comments and who you would like to see! The suggestions ranged from getting newbies up to established sewing veterans on the show. There is so much talent out there.

Let’s announce the winner first, and it is Karen A! Karen A. commented that she would love to see fabric designers such as

Denyse Schmidt, Amy Butler, Tula Pink, and others!

There were a number of comments about getting fabric designers up. Wouldn’t that be exciting!?

Thanks Karen for your comment and please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing address to receive your prize!

There were comments too about having guests demonstrate the serger, how to use it what it can do and how to thread it.  On season 6 Carol Ingram demonstrates how easy serging can be in episode 610 and demonstrates how to make shawl.

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Use the serger to make this quick potholder featured in season 5 by Mary Fons in episode 505, “Block Party”.  Today we are giving away a chance to win 130 Mini Quilt Blocks book by Susan Briscoe.

quilt 300x300 Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 5To enter to win this great prize, answer the following question in the comments section below: Do you use your serger more than your sewing machine? Or do you not have one and do fine without it?

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 5

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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13 Responses to Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 5

  1. I use my serger and sewing machine almost equally. I would be lost without my serger, even though I sometimes have a little trouble with it. I have the same issues with my sewing machine so it must be me. :(

  2. Jane C. says:

    At present I have two sergers, the second one is the BabyLock Evolution. The other one is collecting dust. I try to use my sewing machine, a 1955 Elna Supermatic, and serger equally. That should change. Since I have the Rolls-Royce of sergers I need to learn how to use it more. I just bought the Sewing Inspirations book from BabyLock. Now, I examine bought clothes more guessing what combo of stitches were used. The Evolution does it all even threads the loopers. Marvellous!

  3. Mary Mac says:

    A serger is on my Christmas list. I have two sewing machines that I use for everything.

  4. Quilting Tangent says:

    Do not have a serger. Just got a sewing machine. Did everything by hand.

  5. Marilyn Ming says:

    I don’t have a serger…wish I did. It is impossible to sew knits without one. I have my mom’s old singer and my singer in the spare room…if I bought one more machine…not sure what my husband would say :>/.

  6. Iryna B. says:

    I do use my serger more than conventional sewing machine, because I like to sew with knits. I enjoy your shows! Thank you!

  7. rachael says:

    I don’t have a serger, but I am 12 so I use my grandmother’s ALL the time. I love it!!

  8. Cherie says:

    I have a serger, which I love. However, I use my sewing machine more than it.

  9. Pam says:

    I don’t have a serger and I probably don’t know what I’m missing. My machine has some nice stretch and overlock stitch settings so I use those features a lot. And I pin and pin! But I’m sure knits would be easier on a serger! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great book!

  10. Kelli says:

    I definitely use my sewing machine more than serger.

  11. Lori says:

    A serger is on my ‘someday’ list.

  12. Savannagal says:

    I use my sewing machine more than my serger, mostly because I don’t know all of the many ways to use my serger. I know I could be doing so much more with it. I’m watching shows and videos online and hopefully I’ll learn many new techniques. Thanks for the terrific book giveaway.

  13. Teresa Wasick says:

    I do not use my serger as much as my sewing machine, mostly because i feel better with the sewing machine. I just need to not be so scared of the serger.

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