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. laurie says:

    I do beaded embroidery. Which is aplique beadwork. I am rarely without a bead project in my hands. I also paint and draw, usually on fabric

  2. Sue Abram says:

    I have many an interest — I do embroidery both on my machine and sometimes by hand. I also quilt, knit, crochet and do stained glass! I have even taken a quilting project and copied it in stained glass. I always keep a hand quilting project on the ready for when we are traveling in our motor home — whether on vacation or just to watch one of our adult children’s sporting events.

  3. S says:

    I do not embroider but would like to learn. :)

  4. I do counted cross-stitch, Swedish embroidery and stamped goods embroidery. Someday I plan to get over my fear of machine embroidery and get on with many projects.

  5. Debora Kerr says:

    I have a combo sewing/embroidery machine and I use the embroidery function more than the sewing!

  6. Teri powers says:

    I have embroidered in the past and also crewel, counted cross stitch and candle wicking. Love hand work.

  7. Maggi Reiter says:

    My email sums it up. I just can’t go a day without doing some embroidery!! Had a fascination for it years before the machines came out. Own three now!!

  8. Mary Mac says:

    I love to embroider, also cross stitch, bead work, sew and paper crafting. Wish I had more time to do it all.

  9. Marilyn Ming says:

    I have in the past; however, not anymore!

  10. Patty Kulas says:

    I am fairly new to machine embroidery and enjoy it very much

  11. Mary Anne Stigen says:

    I love to piece and quilt the blocks by machine and then I hand applique on top. I always have hand work to do when I sit down in the evening or have to wait somewhere. I also love cross stitch, knitting and crochet.

  12. Deb Rayman says:

    Yes I machine embroider. I also make quilts and quilt them on my longarm. I like just about any kind of sewing.

  13. Yes, I do basic stitches, beaded stitching and X-stitch.

  14. Kim Cassady says:

    Yes I do machine embroidery, cross stitch,and silk ribbon embroidery.

  15. Mama Lusco says:

    Once in awhile I will embroider something I’ve made for the girls. I need to do more!

  16. Kina Hoffman says:

    Just recently started machine embroidery again.

  17. Savannagal says:

    I have embroidered by hand, but I do not have an embroidery machine. Thanks.

  18. Marge M says:

    I love to embroider, both machine and by hand! I am not the best at hand embroidery but I enjoy the relaxation it gives me. Machine embroidery is so fun, I enjoy watching it form the perfect stitches and beautiful patterns and it is fast!

  19. Christine Martinson says:

    I do have an embroidery machine and seeing the picture with Sue Hausemann has reminded me I want to make that stabilizer organizer. I’m in need of that project.

    Chris

  20. Kathy Ohlson says:

    Yes, I do,and have been doing since I learned when I was in Jr. High. I won’t tell you how many years that is! lol

  21. Cheryl Close says:

    Yes, I just upgraded my sewing embroidery machine. I have been busy embroidering and machine appliquéing shirts for my granddaughter’s first day in Kindergarten.

  22. Kathryn Patch says:

    Do have an embroidery sewing machine that is fun to put designs on items but I also hand embroider too. Very relaxing in the evenings.

  23. Pam Rohrkemper says:

    Yes, I have an embroidery machine, as well as a straight sewing machine. I was strictly quilting until I started incorporating machine embroidery on my quilts. What a great addition to my quilts.

  24. Cath says:

    I love to embroider on clothing.

  25. Robin Huss says:

    Yes, I do on pillow cases and quilts.

  26. Jane C. says:

    Occasionally I do hand embroidery just to add to the personality of the gift.
    I am fascinated by Semamori, which refers to old tradition in Japan of embroidering a good luck symbol or amulet on the back of a baby’s clothing. I think the actual translation is protect your back. If you look at kimonos there is generally a medallion in the back neck area.

  27. Sue Martin says:

    Yes, all kinds, especially for my grandkids, but also enjoy embroidery in the hoop quilting.

  28. Cherie says:

    Actually, I don’t. I have thought about taking it up, however. Maybe one day!

  29. Sharon Nelson says:

    I do machine embrodery and have done some hand embroidery in the past. I am really hooked on my machine though.

  30. Debra Wilson says:

    Yes I embroider. Hand and machine. Like so many of my sewing sisters I like more type of crafts than I will ever be able to fully do.

  31. Deb says:

    Before I semi-retired I bought a new sewing machine with embroidery machine. I finally took the classes to learn how to use it and started on monograming towels for wedding gifts. I’ve moved onto bibs and other baby items. My next project will be pillow tops!

  32. Sherrie Polatas says:

    I do both hand and machine embroidery. I have recently returned to doing beaded embroidery work. I’m beginning to pass down the family traditions to my granddaughter, such as knitting , sewing, and various needlework.

  33. Karen Bledsoe says:

    I do embroider. It adds a personal special touch to almost all of my sewing projects.

  34. Patricia Hersl says:

    I learned as a young child and still use it in my Baltimore Album blocks when I can. I am so glad that I learned to keep the tradition going.

  35. Linda S. says:

    I do a lot of machine embroidery…fascinated by it!

  36. Deena Shepard says:

    I’m a novice beginner! Even lower than that.

  37. Diane Palmisano says:

    Yes, I do! I love both hand and machine embroidery

  38. nicki says:

    Yes when I have time I like to embroider gifts for family and friends.

  39. Janine Colasurdo says:

    Yes –just tackled my daughter’s wedding gown

  40. Judith Martinez says:

    I love to embroider but only by hand. My machine doesn’t do embroidery.

  41. Lori Felber says:

    Yes, but machine only. I have a Brother Quattro

  42. kelli says:

    I did hand embroider when I was younger but no longer do it. My machine doesn’t embroider.

  43. Carol K E says:

    I both hand and machine embroider. Depends on mood and item.

  44. Victoria D. says:

    Yes, I actually do mostly machine embroidery. Gave so many people embroidered gifts that they encouraged me to go into business & I did!

  45. Liz Teaff says:

    Yes, I love to embroider, I have a combo sewing/embroidery machine. I like to embroider gifts for family and friends. I also cross stitch.

  46. Kathleen says:

    I would love to have an embroidery machine, maybe one day! I have done hand embroidery in the past but my hands don’t like it anymore!

  47. Judy Dugan says:

    I don’t have an embroidery machine, but would love to have one. I do some hand embroidery to embellish plain shirts.

  48. Pam says:

    Embroidery adds something special to any sewing project, so I do a lot of it. Quilts, clothing, accessories, and home dec items are all prettier with embroidery. And it’s nice to have a relaxing sewing project that can travel. Thanks for the opportunity to win some sulky!

  49. Teresa Wasick says:

    yes, i machine embroider and i’m trying to digitize. not so easy though.

  50. Yes, I embroider by hand and by machine a lot, also have done a lot of cross stitching. I have a cross stitch project going right now about grandparents. I do hope to teach my granddaughter how to embroider and cross stitch.

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