Sew News 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Today!

SN 500 Square Logo 12 days xmas text Sew News 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Today!Yes, it’s that time of year again and thank you for joining our fun, holiday inspired 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway. We wish we could give all our readers and fans a homemade thank you and drop it under the Christmas tree, but until those elves arrive to help out, we’ll make do with some fun prizes this year.

To kick off 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways the book Perfect Party Dresses: 12 Superb Dresses To Smock And Sew  will go to two lucky readers. These party dresses are for children and include easy to follow instructions for dresses and petticoats. With over 150 full-color photographs, graphs and detailed construction diagrams plus multi-sized patterns you will have a beautiful dress made for your lucky daughter or granddaughter in time for Christmas.

party dresses  Sew News 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Today!Answer the following question to be entered to win.

Did you dress up for the holidays, what do you remember wearing? Did you get clothes from grandma or an aunt during the holidays? Maybe a pack of underwear from Dear Aunt Agnus (that’s what I got). Tell me a fun or sweet memory from the holidays that is clothing inspired.

Two winners will be picked on Monday!

Winner announcements:

The winner of FSF for November 22 is Patricia H. Please send me your mailing address and we’ll get the book Sew Special right on out to you!

Meet The Designer post the winner that was randomly picked is Carolyn M! Please send me your mailing address and we’ll get the Christmas Home -made and the Stitch Witchery case out to you!

Jill

(Email to sewnews@sewnews.com)

About Jill

I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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61 Responses to Sew News 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Today!

  1. Annette says:

    I remember matching strawberry shortcake dressed my mom made for my sister and I. We loved them. She didn’t sew a lot sew I always treasured the things she did make.

  2. Lorena Messenger says:

    We always dressed up for midnight mass then home for a short night of sleep. I remember getting a white fur muff that was soooo beautiful- I loved that thing. As I write this post it is 16 degrees outside. I’m thinking that warm muff would come in quite nicely now

  3. Becki F says:

    I had a life size doll and my Mom would make us matching dresses

  4. Janice White says:

    I remember a Christmas (I was probably 4, my younger brother 3, my oldest brother and sister 6 and 5). My mom made us all matching Christmas “jammies”, nightgowns for my sister and me and pajamas for my brothers. I remember how warm and soft they were. Dad took a picture of the 4 of us sitting side by side on the couch, all of us young enough where our legs were all sticking straight out from the seat of the couch. Each of us holding our Christmas stockings, getting ready to hang them up, put out the milk and cookies and wait for Santa’s arrival. My favorite picture and one of zillions of memories of a childhood with (eventually) 6 siblings.

  5. Ellen McCaulley says:

    My grandmother always made the same outfit but different colors for me, my sister, and my cousin for Christmas and Easter. I fondly remember those outfits.

  6. Elise Tribke says:

    We always had a beautiful Christmas at my parents house. Everyone would come dressed in beautiful holiday clothes. I made my outfits for Christmas (most all my clothes) because I wore a children’s size 14/16, and they were not the beautiful women’s dresses I saw in the stores, or suited for a Mom of 2. I was taught pattern making and sewing in high school. I made beautiful dress in taffeta and satin with hand beading. Now I make dresses and clothing for my Granddaughter.

  7. mary mac says:

    We always had a big open house Christmas eve for family and friends. Our dress was casual. On Christmas day we did dress up nice for church.

  8. Shelly Christensen says:

    I don’t remember dressing up as a child but I always made beautiful Christmas clothes for my children, especially when they were little. I would make matching outfits for my son and daughter, vest and tie would match my daughters frilly dress. they were so cute!!!

  9. DarSue says:

    I remember just wearing nice clothes nothing really special. One year we (grandchilden) got to pick a quilt make by our grandmother & grandfather. Still have it; Lone Star. Imade a stocking for each of my boys when they were small.

  10. Sharon spencer says:

    My grandmother made all of my clothes when I was growing up. There were six of us children & times were hard then. It was my grandmother that inspired me & taught me to sew. She made me church dresses that could be worn to most any special place.

  11. Enrique says:

    im pretty good at sinweg. unless its like, clothes from scratch. then im fucked. lets sew.also, i am good at not asking for help, shawn. maybe i should try to be less dumb and you can be more badass.

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