Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 13

Happy Friday everyone! We’ve come to the end of our giveaways!

Thank you all for sticking with us and for sharing your opinions and stories. Yesterday’s prize package winner is: Nicole Lesley! Congratulations Nicole, please email with your mailing address to receive your prize!

I can’t wait for you to sink your teeth into season 6, we know you’re going to love it. Guest Carol Ingram returns to show you how to create an adorable child’s dress made to fit any size, complete with a hand embroidered pocket.

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Use hand embroidery and other techniques to embellish ready-made designs in episode 503, Ready-Made Revamp with Sue Hausmann. Find full instructions for all episodes at

Today’s prize is a copy of Sewing Modkid Style by Patty Young. Get full instructions to stitch accessories, bottoms, tops and dresses for girls!

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To win this prize, answer the following question in the comments section below: What was the last project you worked on?

This is your last chance to enter to win the Grand Prize: a copy of Sew it All TV season 5 on DVD!

Good luck, one winner will be announced on Tuesday, along with the Grand Prize winner! Have a great long weekend everyone! 

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

  1. My last project was a child’s bonnet for my Etsy shop. (It’s so cute! LOL)

  2. Cheryl Tripp says:

    The last project I worked on was altering a shirt that my husband had me take up…then he gained some weight and had me re-alter it again…See….women aren’t the only ones that do that!!! lol!

  3. Cathy Unger says:

    High school graduation quilt for my granddaughter.

  4. Karen Scott says:

    Hello, the last project I worked on was a blouse I made and put an embroidered design for summer on the front, I need to get busy and start making fall projects!!

  5. Dane Rogers says:

    Bedroom drapes.

  6. Kina Hoffman says:

    A messenger bag out of vinyl.

  7. The last project I made was a lightweight top and jacket to wear with my new yellow skirt. I get a lot of compliments on it.

  8. Wendy Goeckner says:

    American Girl Doll dress with a bright, happy, hippie print!

  9. Marilyn Ming says:

    Something pretty simple…I added darkening liner to the drapes in the media room!

  10. Norine says:

    a fuzzy blanket niece

  11. Beverly Garrett says:

    I have been making bibs from oil fabrics with fabric or Terry on other side.

  12. Carla Williams says:

    My last project is for my niece and my eldest granddaughter from a pattern knit shots with three tier ruffled skirts one is knit with blue jean topping and the other is blue jean and suede for a different and I made the tops of the skirts different from the pattern I added pockets and embellishments to the back yokes as both girls are tweenagers

  13. I “fancied up” some solid colored tee shirts with machine embroidery around the neckline, sleeve edges and hems. I switched out black sleeves on a grey shirt and added embroidery and cut outs on the front of the same shirt.

  14. Lisa Blevins says:

    Embellishing bookbags for Back To School!!

  15. Judith Martinez says:

    The last project I worked on was a dress for my daughter’s dedication. It’s been quite a while since I did anything new because my iron died. :(

  16. Karen Dittman says:

    I made myself a skirt, so cute, beige with pink flowers and I hemmed it using a decorative stitch, flowers stitched in pink thread. It’s a basic skirt pattern, two skirt lengths, (I’ve had this pattern for years) so easy to make and very comfortable. I can’t wait to make some more.

  17. sharon says:

    My last project is t shirt that I embroidered a 30,000 stitch design on, which came out beautifuly. Then found out that I did it inside out!

  18. Anna Hughes says:

    A retro 1952 dress….:)

  19. Mary Angerer says:

    I am almost finished making a T-shirt dress for my baby granddaughter. I made the top from pink interlock and the skirt from one of her dad’s discarded Hawaiian shirts!

  20. Susan Ponte says:

    A cute tote bag to match my luggage.

  21. Jamie F. says:

    I made a cape for my friends dog!

  22. Wendy Ford says:

    I made little school bags for m little boys that I baby sit for, they are starting Preschool. I machined embroidery their names on each bag, one is in the Frog class the others is in the Bee’s class. They cam out really cute

  23. wendy says:

    I made a sprocket pillow. It’s a round pillow with button in the middle. the front is quilted into sections like a pie. It was a tutorial from

  24. Tracy Enos says:

    I made a quilt!

  25. Suzie says:

    The last project I worked on was an owl sewing caddy/pin cushion :)

  26. margaret k says:

    a dress and a matching pants and top for my little grand daughter

  27. Ann B says:

    My last project was a card holder for my purse for my extra cards( credit and otherwise).

  28. Deb says:

    I embroidered towels for a wedding. About finished with hooded towels with machine embroidery faces out of towels for bathrobes for kids.

  29. Gwen Churchwell says:

    I am currently making matching embroidered denim bbq aprons for my son and grandson.

  30. Patricia Hersl says:

    Class samples–the baskets from “The Farmer’s Wife”. Wish it could have been Ryann clothes.

  31. Jane C. says:

    Still working on it for our guild’s boutique. Making door mufflers and hot wheels pouches.

  32. Robin Huss says:

    I’m currently working on a quilt made from Jelly Rolls.

  33. Nutcracker block for quilt

  34. monogramming vintage napkins for a niece’s “nesting” chest.

  35. Edna says:

    The last project I made (and finished) was a book bag with a quote from one of her favorite authors embroidered on the front. It turned out great!
    Now working on a quilt top, which I’ve made so many mistakes on, and keep changing my mind about. Guess it doesn’t help that I had time to think what to change during my recuperation from 2 surgeries in 3 weeks time!

  36. Edna says:

    Oops, forgot to say the book bag was for my daughter, working on her Masters degree in Creative Writing :-)

  37. Cynthia T. says:

    I have been working on the 2013 Southern Indiana Shop Hop quilt. FUN!

  38. Joanne Brice says:

    Last project worked on is a Rainbow Twirl Dress for my Etsy shop.

  39. Marilyn S says:

    added an embroidery to my son’s backpack so it is different from others at school.

  40. Shirley says:

    two dresses for young teens for the summer festival this year. A beautiful pink and a yellow. I love to watch the girls transform when they wear a beautiful summer dress, when at first they say, “no dresses”. they even walk differently when they have a dress that fits well and they feel lovely.

  41. Cherie says:

    A skirt for my little girl.

  42. Mama Lusco says:

    I made 4 one-shoulder sundresses for my daughters and nieces :)

  43. Gretchen Jaspering says:

    I made a pink zombie doll for the little girl next door who likes ballerinas and monsters.

  44. CR says:

    Made a sun dress for grandaughter (1 yr) dress had beach embroidery scene on bodice and skirt was knit jersey yellow with palm trees.

  45. Kathy Ohlson says:

    My last project was helping my little sister make a blouse for summer.

  46. Mary Mac says:

    My projects that I have been working on all month are Fabric owls.

  47. Evelyn says:

    A denime tote bag and a baby quilt are both in progress and nearly finished.

  48. Deena Shepard says:

    Just finished a Halloween costume for my youngest grand-daughter. Only 6 more grandkids to go………

  49. Nicole Lesley says:

    Pillowcases for the conkerr drive

  50. Linda S. says:

    My last projects were three pillow covers I made for my 94 year old mother. She is in a nursing home and I have made her a pillow cover each month for the past year. I just finished Sept, Oct, and Nov.

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