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. Mary Birenabaum says:

    pattern adjustment

  2. Joanne Breeding says:

    How much fun it would be to win this giveaway.

  3. K'Lynne Mead says:

    I want to refresh my knowledge of general sewing techniques and then learn new tricks. I want to broaden my experiences and learn to machine quilt. My goal is to create all my gifts for next year.

  4. Kathy McCarty says:

    sewing with fake fur

  5. Lorna Calaway says:

    The technique of making patterns from purchased clothing.

  6. Mama Lusco says:

    I’d like to work on my invisible zippers. Thanks!

  7. mary mac says:

    Need help with sewing leather.

  8. Ali M says:

    I want to learn to do french seams, I’d love my stuff to have nicer finish!

  9. angella burt says:

    A perfect invisible zipper. I shy away from zippers like these and would love to learn how to do one with precision.

  10. Phyllis Schwalbauch says:

    I would like to learn how to sew with fake fur.

  11. lisa moody says:

    Merry Christmas!

  12. Cathy Henline says:

    I would like to learn how to alter children’s clothing.

  13. I would love to learn zippers. I have not tried that one yet. It’s always fun to experience new things with sewing.

  14. Judy Proffer says:

    How to custom fit bought clothing.

  15. Lynn Grate says:

    Art quilting!

  16. Lynda A. says:

    I want to be more confident sewing with knits. I’ve sewn for more years than I’d like to count and I’ve always been afraid to try knits. I’ll be sewing my first pair of t-shirt fabric pj pants in the next week or so! This would be a great package to win! Thanks for giving us the chance!

  17. Patsi says:

    Using my serger creatively!!! Funny I have been on a search for different wraps and capes/ponchos last night!!

  18. Sherilyn M. says:

    I would like to perfect free motion quilting.

  19. Laura says:

    I’d like to learn how to incorporate the decorative stitches on my machine.

  20. Debbie Gallant says:

    Need to get better at invisible zippers

  21. Amy S says:

    I will finally conquer pants in 2014!

  22. Diana says:

    putting binding on my quilts,i’m not very good at it.

  23. Ayesha says:

    the more and more i learn about stitching, the less i feel myself aware..salute to all experts..

  24. Kimberly N says:

    I want to work on machine quilting (I still just stich in the ditch!), pattern making, and fitting!

  25. Marilyn says:

    I would like to get better at mixing colors and patterns.

  26. Sharon spencer says:

    Would like to see tips on sewing for children & how to have a perfect fit from patterns for them.

  27. Linda says:

    I want to figure out fake fur!

  28. Cindy Long says:

    Having sew much fun sewing right now, it’s difficult to pick just one thing. I guess I’d have to say machine quilting – free motion and using embroidery designs for quilting.

  29. Felicia Balezentes says:

    I would like to become more confident sewing with knits. I need more practice.

  30. I want to get better at making things that I will wear… I love to sew clothes, enjoy picking out the pattern and fabric, but then when they are finished they just don’t fit my clothes personality…

  31. Roberta Fahrni says:

    Jeans… Jeans… Jeans…!

  32. Malynda Gotschall-Perkins says:

    Mitered corners, both inside and outside corners.

  33. Peggy A. says:

    I would so like to conquer my fear of buttonholes.

  34. Jenniffer Eberley says:

    I want to be able make some clothes that fit. Even just a simple top or skirt would be nice

  35. Kathleen Read says:

    I would like to learn how to adjust my patterns to my measurements. I have trouble getting a “comfortable” fitting garment.

  36. Kim Clark says:

    I would love to learn to sew on knits

  37. Amanda Milliren says:

    I have never sewn one, but am fearful of buttonholes and zippers. I’m definitely going to make that leap in 2014!

  38. debbieharper@live.com says:

    How to make quilts!

  39. Linda says:

    I have been doing mostly accessories the last few years and would like to get back into sewing clothing. I need to catch up.

  40. Winning is always a fun thing!

  41. I would like to learn pattern drafting adjustment and improve my free motion quilting skills.

  42. Debrah says:

    I want to move from making crafty things to clothing in 2014. I would love to make a faux fur Sassy Wrap!

  43. Waltine says:

    It is always a challenge to use patterns and I like to mix them together.

  44. Lori Post says:

    There is so much that I would love to learn. I learned so long ago, and would love to learn updated versions of everything. Pattern adjusting, zippers, oh so many things!

  45. Sallie Sawyer says:

    Would love to make a blouse or top that fits. Since I have lost weight it is so hard to make things “smaller” than I used to.

  46. Judith Anderson says:

    Installing invisible zippers. Even with the proper foot, they are a challenge.

  47. JoyceAA says:

    I have put aside garment making for way too long (been quilting up a storm). I need to dig out my favorite patterns (the basic, classic ones) and see what alterations I need to do. Gravity, you know. Maybe if I just pin the pieces together, hang them up for a couple weeks, gravity will do the same for them as it has done for my body??? No? durn it! Ah, well, time to get out the pattern tracing paper, the fancy curved measuring devices, and the marking pens and go to work…..

  48. judy Williamson says:

    I just want to refresh everything I used to know about making clothing and more techniques on creative altering of purchased items.

  49. Erin Thompson says:

    Fitting men’s ready made shirts and jackets

  50. Dori Turbes says:

    I would like to perfect the fitting of patterns over my larger then average bust and become a little more adapt at sewing knits.

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