Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 8

Thank you all for participating in yesterday’s giveaway and sharing with us your favorite home-dec projects to sew!

Yesterday’s winner is Judith Martinez! Congratulations, please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing address to receive Trendy Treatments: Sterling Valance Pattern with instructional DVD included and Wallies Self-adhesive Wallpaper Cutouts!

Remember, every day you enter to win a prize, you’re also entered to win the Grand Prize, a copy of Sew it All TV season 5 on DVD! If you’re looking to fill out your DVD collection, visit www.shopsewitall.com for each season.

Speaking of sewing home-decor, we have some great home-dec projects coming up for you in season 6. In episode 608 “All About Silk,” Katrina Walker teaches you about the history of silk fabric, tips for sewing it, plus how to make a gorgeous pieced table runner. It’s really interesting to see how silk goes from a cocoon to fabric!

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Check out the new season on PBS in September!

Revisit some of the great past home-dec projects our guests have brought you in seasons 1-5 at sewitalltv.com, where full instructions and patterns are available. Make a home-dec project that doubles as an organizer from episode 509, “Stabilizer Wiser.” The legendary Sue Hausmann takes you through an overview of stabilizers, and then shows you how to make a cool stabilizer (or magazine or fabric) organizer!

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Today’s prize will go to TWO lucky winners: packages of Sulky heat-away clear film and Tender Touch permanent, iron-on stabilizer.

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Enter to win these prizes by answering the following question in the comments section below: Do you embroider?

Many sewists are multi-crafters, and the same goes for knitters, scrapbookers, etc. If you’re crafty, it’s likely there’s no end to your interests! So, do you hand embroider or machine embroider? What other crafts have caught your fancy?

For a ton of great embroidery resources and projects, be sure to check out our sister magazine, Creative Machine Embroidery. Plus check out the blog, where free stuff is given away weekly!

Good luck! Our winners will be announced Monday, along with ANOTHER prize! Have a great weekend!

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58 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 8

  1. Patti Avery says:

    Yes, I embroider by hand and also I have an embroidery machine. I am currently hand embroidering quilt blocks for my granddaughter for Christmas. My 89 year old mother is helping with the embroidering and my sister will be helping with assembling the quilt. I hope all falls together even though we are 6 hours apart.

  2. Sheila Carvalho says:

    I hand embroider. I’m into primitive crafts, and I’m always adding some words or simple designs.

  3. Jill says:

    I love embroidery! I embroidery on my pin cushions and needle cases. Any simple pattern becomes amazing with you add a bit of yourself. If all you learn is 3 stitches, you are good to go!

  4. Cindy G says:

    I love embroidery! I did cross stitch in the past but am on an embroidery kick now! I have a machine that would help me with the embroidery but … it scares me. Thanks, Cindy

  5. Debra Blake says:

    I just learned counted cross-stitch this past spring and am in LOVE!! It is so relaxing for me. Now I want to learn to do more embroidery.

  6. ksgentry says:

    I have been recently using more of the embroidery stitches on my sewing machine. I am learning that stabilizer is a necessity!

  7. Lou Ann DeLong says:

    Yes, I embroider, both by hand and machine. I plan to give a couple of classes at my local sewing machine store. This is new to me and I am really excited about it. Stabilizer is my downfall but I am learning very quickly what weight works on what. It is a great way to spend my retirement!

  8. yes and I love the vintage patterns lacy and simple outline

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