12 Days of Giveaways Day 11:Win a Collection of 5 Sewing Patterns!

We’re getting close to the end of the 12 Days of Giveaways, so make sure to enter today and Monday! On Monday, we’ll be giving away a super special prize that you won’t want to miss!

We had so many great comments in yesterday’s giveaway for the Imaginisce i-rock heat setting tool and Hot Rocks Compacts, and the lucky winner is Carrie P.! Congrats, Carrie!

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Today’s prize is the perfect inspiration for all the new garments you’re planning to stitch up in 2014. We have FIVE fun and stylish patterns from Sew it All Season 5 guest Cheryl Kuczek’s collection Paradiso Designs! In Cheryl’s episode, which you can check out in full on sew.tv, she shared awesome tips for sewing faux fur, which is such a great option for winter wraps, scarves and jackets. One of the patterns you’ll receive if you’re the lucky winner is The Sassy Wrap, which looks fab in faux fur, as you can see! Here’s Ellen and Cheryl on the Sew it All Set:

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To enter to win today’s prize, answer the following question in the comments section below:

What sewing skill or technique do you want to learn or perfect in 2014? 

We’ll announce the winner tomorrow on the CME Blog. Be sure to check out Paradiso Designs to see all of Cheryl’s beautiful patterns and fabric for garments and bags, as well as lots of tips and tutorials. Good luck!

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116 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways Day 11:Win a Collection of 5 Sewing Patterns!

  1. BJMarley says:

    I want to learn to do bound buttonholes.

  2. Sarah black says:

    Button holes

  3. Nancy King says:

    All, I am brand new to sewing so looking forward to learning all I can

  4. Judith Prestridge says:

    I would like to learn how to better install zippers! I’ve been sewing for over 50 years and still don’t feel confident about zippers!

  5. Susan says:

    I would like to learn how to fit a blouse pattern and a pants pattern. The patterns today still don’t cover our true sizes very well and I could really use a refresher class on adjusting these pattern types. Thank you so much.

  6. Cherry says:

    I would like to learn all I can. Quilting is probably the top choice.

  7. Cherry Albertson says:

    I would like to learn all I can. Quilting is probably my top choice.

  8. segun samuel idebi says:

    I need a monogramme embroidery machine. Please contact me through my mail or +2348086886695

  9. Betty Caldwell says:

    I want to learn faux leather techniques. I have a piece of bronze faux leather I bought in the eighties & am ready to sew a jean jacket with this fabric.

  10. Christine Rush says:

    I would love to learn every bit of information before I start to sew a full length faux fur coat. What type of closure would be best for this item. I don’t want to just leave it open. Thank you.

  11. Danni Armstrong says:

    I have been away from sewing for quite sometime and would like to be brought up to speed on shortcuts and new techniques.

  12. Ann says:

    I would like to improve my serger skills…using coverstich to embellish.

  13. Fran Calabrese says:

    I am a self taught sewer, and I want to perfect zippers and sleeves. I’ve been almost afraid to attempt, but i’m now determined!

  14. cara says:

    I would like to learn to make buttonholes that can be worn in public.

  15. Jennifer S. says:

    I’d like to learn to machine quilt a large quilt smoothly with no tucks or bumps, and how to use creative quilted patterns as I do so.

  16. kathy murray says:

    I would love to make the perfect pair of pants for me.

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