Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 12

Hello everyone! Thanks again for participating in our giveaways and for answering yesterday’s question about handbag hardware.

Yesterday’s winner of a great Amy Butler pillow pattern is Kathy Ohlson! Congratulations Kathy, please email info@sewitalltv.com with your mailing address to receive your prize.

Our friend Nicole Blum of Improv Sewing returned for season 6 to teach us how to combine knit and woven fabric into a cute and comfy tank made from a tank that you already own! Plus, embellish the tank with an adorable hand-embroidered Peter Pan collar for an extra detail.

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Full instructions for all of season 6 will be up tomorrow (8/30), so check out sewitalltv.com for a preview of all the great projects and to get a head start!

Stitch a plain tank and embellish it with accessories, like a crazy cool hand-dyed scarf made from upcycled T-shirts. The Crafty Chica, Kathy Cano Murillo, shows you how in last season’s episode, To Dye For.

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Today’s prize package includes a novel from the Crafty Chica herself: a copy of Miss Scarlet’s School of Patternless Sewing.  Get the story of a seamstress, love and friendship – something we can all relate to!

PLUS get a bottle of Tulip dye, a package of Tulip fashion glitter and a package of embroidery floss from Sublime Stitching!

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Enter to win this prize by answering the following question in the comments section below: Have you ever dyed a project?

There are a ton of great dye products out there, including kits so you know you’ve got everything you need. I enjoy using tea for dyeing too!

Good luck everyone, one winner will be announced tomorrow, along with another prize!

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59 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 12

  1. Marie Bryner says:

    I have not dyed any projects, but I might try it!

  2. Joan Ruffing says:

    I have dyed a lot of things. T shirts, cotton blouses, cotton and silk yard goods. I especially like to dye silk scarves. I add other embellishments to these projects such as puffy paints, hot fix crystals, raw edged pieces of other dyed fabric with beads or other objects encased in them. It is fun.

  3. Lynette says:

    I have done some dyeing. I tea dyed some fabric to age it and I have also done some sun dyeing. It was fun and I would like to do some more.

  4. I have only tea-dyed fabric and lace for an old-fashioned vintage style project. It turned out fairly well.

  5. Denise/Folsom,Calif. says:

    No never have ,but I could give it a try!

  6. Cherie says:

    No, I haven’t, but it sounds like fun.

  7. Paula Fulford says:

    Only tie-dying, and tea/coffee staining, but I’ve wanted to try more!

  8. No, I haven’t…. but sometimes I’m tempted.

  9. Diane Jettinghoff says:

    No, but I’ve wanted to. I just don’t have the nerve. I even have stamps and other stuff to do it, but just never have gotten around to it.

  10. Robin Huss says:

    No, I haven’t. Just haven’t had time to learn how.

  11. Amanda Bushong says:

    I have not, but I think it would be something fun to try.

  12. Bonnie Jenkins says:

    I did about 4 yards of pale white to Lavender,,,turned out beautiful,,,made a dress for my sis♥

  13. Theresa says:

    on my baby embroidered quilt I dyed all the material before doing the designs since I could not find the soft colors I wanted in the material I had. It came out looking really cute

  14. Sherrie Polatas says:

    I have dyed things before but I have never used the newer products that are available today. I like to dye fabric for quilt pieces.

  15. Diane Simmons says:

    We used to make tie-dyed t-shirts…Fun!!

  16. Dane Rogers says:

    Not yet.

  17. Evelyn says:

    Not yet — hopefully I’ll learn how soon.

  18. Beth R says:

    I’ve only died fabric by accident!

  19. Donna N. says:

    Yes. Actually I over dyed some fabric to match a quilt I was making.

  20. Cathie Scanlon says:

    I’ve never dyed anything, but would love to try.

  21. Savannagal says:

    I’ve never dyed any fabric, though I have redyed my faded black clothes before.

  22. Barbara Norton says:

    Tea dyed fabric and Rit dyed some cotton tennis shoes. Would love to dye more though!

  23. Jane C. says:

    Over the years I have dyed many things. Recently I dyed some bias tape to get the exact shade of pink for a reading pouf I made for my grand daughter. It took a couple of trials. I love ombre.

  24. Theresa Brooks says:

    No, I have used fabric paint but not dye.

  25. Yes. I have dyed fabric. And will do again,

  26. Yes, I have dyed fabric and will do again.

  27. Derenda Laws says:

    I have tie dyed, tea and coffee dyed and used Rit dye on larger yardage as well.

  28. Carol K E says:

    My classmates and I shared a package of brown Rit Dye to change our white nursing support hose to brown so we could wear them to work as nursing assistants for the summer. I love using hand dyed fabric in projects, but have never tried it.

  29. Deb says:

    I have dyed fabrics before. It’s a bit messy and I’ve been lucky to find the fabric I want or find materials in the color I’ve been wanting. That being said, if sometimes I couldn’t, then I’d be checking into dying something again!

  30. kim says:

    I have never dyed anything but have been thinking of
    making hand dyed silk neckties for my very best man friend who loves dressing up.

  31. Marthie says:

    Havent dyed for years but would love to start again with the new line of dyes

  32. Mama Lusco says:

    I’ve dyed a few things, most recently a pair of jeans that had faded. Great prize pack!

  33. Avis says:

    Every year about this time I go through last year’s fall-winter t-shirts, jeans and sweats to see what might benefit from a color refresh with dye in the washing machine. Since I like to machine embroider t-shirts and sweats with tone-on-tone poly thread, it’s easy to make the black, brown, olive, burgundy or navy items look almost like new for pennies per item.

  34. Beverly Turner says:

    I dyed a pair of curtains once. Not a good result.

  35. Brenda Thompson says:

    I used diluted bleach to create a black piece of cotton in a Batik looking piece. I used rubber bands to tie it off in different sections. Was quite pleased with the results. I have also done the same thing with regular dye. Awesome.

  36. jackie bethea says:

    tie dying with my girl scout troop–it was a big hit

  37. Rita McCart says:

    Yes I dyed my wedding dress blue so I could be Glenda the witch from wizard of OZ. :)

  38. Jackie Simms says:

    I have done fabric marbling using various dyes. The results are awesome and allows you to be very creative.

  39. Cindy G says:

    Not really–only tye dye! I saw a few posts on dyeing with natural products in addition to sets you can buy. I am interested to try!. Thanks for the giveaway.

  40. Marsha Bacino says:

    No I have never dyed material but there’s always a first time!

  41. Marilyn Ming says:

    I have not dyed any projects, but I might like try it!

  42. Ali M says:

    I haven’t, but I just got a few Idyes last week to try my hand at if finally!

  43. S says:

    Yes! I dyed some wool yarn a beautiful indigo blue.

  44. Roxanne says:

    Yes I have, tie dye, tea dye and over dye on jeans

  45. MARY STOTT says:

    I HAVE NOT DYED ANYTHING.

  46. Cathy Martin says:

    I have done some dying, but would like to do more. Thanks for the chance.

  47. audrey palacio says:

    Never

  48. Nicole Lesley says:

    I haven’t dyed anything since our tied-dyed project in middle school. But with 2 nephews and 2 nieces, it would be a fun project with auntie.

  49. JoAnne Bell says:

    Many years ago I used procion dyes to dye 100 yards of greige goods (unfinished) white cotton. Made 8 graduated colors of each dye. It all was so beautiful — looked like velvet in quilts. Wish I still had the fabrics — almost none left. Astonishing how much dye you needed for yellow! Ami Simms had talked about doing this in a hilarious article in a quilt magazine, and then I took a class at the Big Tree Quilt Conference in Oswego.

  50. Jan Borchardt says:

    I love to dye many things. Needed an orange bedspread. Was Yellow. Easy 2 packs of orange dye and a washing maching and magic. An orange bedspread.

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