12 Days of Christmas Giveaways – Day 5!

Happy Thursday everyone!

SN 500 Square Logo 12 days xmas text 150x150 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways   Day 5!Today marks the 5th day of the Sew News 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways. There have been several fabulous prizes and a variety of winners. Today’s prize promises to not disappoint, but first let’s reveal the lucky winners from yesterday! The prize from yesterday was a Stitch on the Go Cross Stitch Case from Coats & Clark. Designed to fit over an iPhone 4 or 4S, these cases show off your cute stitches while on the go, pick one up at shopsewitall.com for someone special this holiday season. There were three fun cases to giveaway and we have three winners:

Judy G! Diana R! Jessica W-S!

Winners have been contacted via email, but feel free to send your mailing address into sewnews@sewnews.com if you happen to be Judy, Diana or Jessica.

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Now, onto today’s giveaway. One lucky winner will be receiving a copy of Brett Bara’s book Sewing in a Straight Line (published by Potter Craft).  This fabulous book hosts quick and crafty projects that are fun to make and only require a straight stitch. Perfect for the beginner sewist or experienced pro looking for a fun project to fill an afternoon. Brett visited the Sew It All studios to tape an episode a few years ago, and she was a delight. Watch Brett make a shirred maxi dress in episode 301 of Sew It All. If you don’t win the book, consider picking up a copy for a friend or yourself.

To win, answer the following question in the comments section below:

Are you stitching (or crafting) a project for someone special this year? If so, what are you making?

One winner will be chosen tomorrow on the CME blog. Keep watching for the next 7 days of giveaways and have a wonderful Thursday!

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104 Responses to 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways – Day 5!

  1. Dawna says:

    Yes a nightgown and poncho out of Panda fleece and flannel and matching for my granddaughter and her AG doll. And flannel pajama pants for my grandson. Nothing fancy but cute and fun.

  2. Judi Duncan says:

    yessir…making my daughter some pillows for her sofa for her first “all by herself” apartment! (maybe when she sees them she will remember to call Mom!

  3. Lynn Grate says:

    I’m making all my gifts this year! Sleep pants, aprons, pillow covers, dog collar covers… and more.

  4. Alisha says:

    I am making my husband a button down shirt for Christmas!

  5. JoEllen Keller says:

    YES! I’m sewing some personalized pillowcases for 4 special grandchildren! Three of them are teens but still like their OWN pillowcases! I’ve been sewing for over 40 years but still like to sew up things that the kids will cherish. I would LOVE to win this book. Sounds like it would give me more quick easy things to stitch up.

  6. Lisa Senecal says:

    Of course. A few skirts and a few knit sweaters. A scarf. All sewn for gifts.

  7. Kelly Watson says:

    I just found out my best friend is pregnant. I just had a baby a few month ago and she made a beautiful quilt for my daughter. I’m working on a really sweet layette set for her for Christmas now.

  8. Brandy says:

    If I can get warm enough I will be sewing little voodoo doll buddies for everyone.

  9. lynn says:

    making clothes for grandkids

  10. Sue Haver says:

    Yes, I am sewing a few projects for some of my loved ones. These are those people who are so buy for…by sewing something, I’m able to give them something that cannot be store bought. A jacket, pillowcases, a shrug, and depending on time, more…

  11. BJMarley says:

    Making pillowcases for daughters and boyfriends.

  12. Linda50 says:

    Made PJ pants for my daughter.

  13. Jackie says:

    I’m making a quilt and hoping to start some neat hexie necklaces this week for Christmas gifts! :-)

  14. Lauren says:

    Nope! This year I am finally not making something for other people. I am actually making something for myself for a change! Yay!!

  15. Jan Jacklin says:

    Making Aprons….fun & lively colors…

  16. Marjorie B says:

    A purse and hats for the granddaughters

  17. Julie says:

    Yes, I made wrist wraps for friends in my gym.

  18. Faith Karasch says:

    Purses, embroidered “truck, train, and tractor” shirts for grandson, embroidered bibs, blankets, and taggie blankie for new granddaugher, scarves, baked potato bags, tortilla warmers, aprons ……….. yikes, I’ll never make it.

  19. Mary Hayes says:

    Making some hot pads, and table runners.

  20. Theresa Nuehring says:

    Yes am making a tablecloth with matching napkins for my best friend to give to her mother

  21. Barb Hilton says:

    I’m making towel robes for the grands. Thought I had lost the patterns – found the child size and am pondering how I can enlarge it enough, but then remembered one more tub to look through – Found It! Phew.

  22. Leslie Slusarski says:

    I am making table runners that feature Christmas embroidery and sewing. It is fun to pick out the coordinating fabrics and choose appropriate designs that are just right for the person to be gifted. Also various sewn/embroidered gifts for 8 grand kids.

  23. Yes, I made a shirt and Christmas vest for my 5 year old grandson and a Christmas dress for my 3 year old granddaughter.

  24. Carrie Cunningham says:

    I’m making a sunflower whole cloth quilt as a surprise for my daughter who loves sunflowers!

  25. Vicki F. says:

    I am making my granddaughter an apron and hot pads. She is 11 and learning how to cook.

  26. Lynette says:

    I am machine embroidering a cloth book for each of my great grandsons and I am making pillow for the others.

  27. Jeannette Covan says:

    Making pillows for Daughters and Granddaughters, making Christmas tree for wall hanging.

  28. Mary Birenabaum says:

    I just finished a pillow with an embroidered pear tree and our name below. Our name, translated from the German, means “pear tree.” I thought it made a cute family crest!

  29. Amanda B. says:

    I made 24 pairs of Red Hat Lady dish towels for my mom to give to her group and now I’m finishing mini quilts for doll bunk beds for my daughter and niece.

  30. Terrie Cummings says:

    making Swittens, upcycling wool sweaters.

  31. Audrey P says:

    Yes. Many but a special teddy bear for my new nephew.

  32. Laura Tiffany says:

    Going to make a couple of blankets for my niece’s new doggie.

  33. Jane C. says:

    I am making a reading pouf for my niece, and a matching pillow. She picked the fabric.
    Brett Bara is terrific. Loved her show.

  34. Paula says:

    My granddaughters and grandson. I applique a lot of shirts and make some skirts to match!

  35. Waltine says:

    I have sewn for years but can always use sewing information or share with someone just starting to sew.

  36. Manette Gutterman says:

    I’m making a pair of lux satiny pjs for my sister.

  37. Suzie says:

    I’m going to be sewing personalized luggage labels for all the special people in my life, and then inserting a Christmas message where the name tag will be.

  38. Carol says:

    My four year old nephew asked for a red scarf for Christmas. He helped me pick out the yarn. And I’ll be starting a baby quilt soon.

  39. Darlene Pino says:

    Making monogramed handkerchiefs for a dear friend.

  40. Nancy King says:

    Just learning to sew so keeping to the basics right now and only sewing for myself until I learn more.

  41. Cree Strawder says:

    I am making a jumpsuit for one of my coworkers/friend. She is an aspiring author who is launching her new book soon and she stated that she believed in me and wanted to make my dreams come true….She help purchase my 1st sewing machine and she has been nothing but an inspiration for me to just believe in my talent… The Jumpsuit is a Curry/Yellow color with pockets and its to die for.. Hoping it will be finish before Christmas as a gift from me to her.. Please pick me because I so love this book it will help me move forward in making my dreams come true….

    -Cree

  42. Ester says:

    Yes! Making a dress for my daughter, so she can be the most beautiful girl this Christmas :-)

  43. Debra Neiman says:

    I am making a jumper dress and chalk board roll-up for my granddaughter. Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  44. Kay Skramstad says:

    Yes I am embroidering Christmas stockings for my granddaughters dolls!

  45. Mary Bryant says:

    Yes, a state appliqued tee shirts for grandchildren and grand nephew.

  46. Darlene Wright says:

    Not really , would love to give this book to my daughter. Thanks!

  47. Lynn Hedlund says:

    I’m trying to make some drapes for my Grandsons room. This is NOT a Christmas gift but I’ve been working on the for quite awhile. I’ve never worked with blackout lining before. It’s a learning curve. You don’t think about the simple act of sewing it together to make it large enough for the window puts holes in the blackout lining which lets light in nullifying the blackout! The next ones will be LOTS easier!

  48. Diane Davidson says:

    I’m making embroidered tablecloth and napkins. I will donate them to my VFW post to be sold or raffled. All the proceeds will go to help our Vets/Servicemen. I’ve made 3 other sets before, so I’m getting fairly good at it.

  49. chantel rowley says:

    I’m sewing my nanna a dress for her Christmas present. She bought the pattern about 20 years ago to make herself and never did it. She doesn’t sew anymore but i thought this would be a perfect present

  50. Tracy O. says:

    I am going to try to get these fleece baby diapers for my daughter’s baby doll finished, all I have to do is sew them, all the cutting is done. But time is at a premium right now with a new baby in the house and all the other things that need to be done!

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