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. Melissa Patterson says:

    Pattern alterations!

  2. Judith Martinez says:

    I want to do a successful full bust adjustment!

  3. Judy Haley says:

    Although I am fairly accomplished in sewing skills, I would like to “step it up a notch”. I would like to learn my commercial techniques.

  4. Ginger says:

    I want to step out of the box using knits, I always put them aside.

  5. Molly Gummings says:

    I would like to learn more on pintucks and puffing.

  6. Bonnie H. says:

    I’d like to master piecing curves.

  7. Jennifer ueckert says:

    How to alter clothes and make more skirts for my little one.

  8. Cindy McClure says:

    I want to learn how to sew knits so they hang correctly.

  9. JC says:

    Using knits, zippers, buttons, darts, and more. Thank you

  10. MARY STOTT says:

    Making button holes on my machine.

  11. judi s says:

    I would like to learn to sew on fleece and fake fur

  12. Judi Duncan says:

    learn quilting techniques

  13. Marjorie B says:

    Outerwear that is tailored

  14. Dortha Britton says:

    I need to perfect putting in a zipper and using a serger for making ruffles.

  15. Faith K says:

    Making purses

  16. Maryse Malone says:

    I need to learn to embroider by machine and refresh my skills at quilt making.

  17. Val says:


  18. Barb says:

    Invisible zippers……

  19. Terri Francisco says:

    I would like to perfect free motion quilting and/or thread painting!

  20. Judy A says:

    Using my serger/coverstitch for more than just seam finishing. I know there is a whole world out beyond seams. Just need to take the first step.

  21. Emmylou A. says:

    I will try to learn to sew gussets (curves) on bags.

  22. Marilee Hawkins says:

    I have 2 goals. To improve my long arm quilting skills, and to become better at pattern adjustments.

  23. Jane C. says:

    An in depth exploration of my serger’s capabilities

  24. Inita Bermudez says:

    To make more clothing for me and grandkids.

  25. Connie Russell says:

    I’d like to perfect my sewing skills and sewing zippers.

  26. Sherrie Lilly says:

    Pattern fitting! Need this for my body type.

  27. Jae Avenoso says:

    I want to learn more techniques for sewing knits. I see all the beautiful new cotton knit fabric and I can’t wait to dive into them.

  28. Audrey says:

    I’d like to learn to use my latest serger to hem things.

  29. Marymartha Rose says:

    Funny as it may seem to put in a perfect invisible zipper

  30. Sami says:

    How to make full coverage braziers

  31. Linda Sanford says:

    I want to perfect the 1/4″ seams. Even with all the years I have been sewing it seems like I can not longer stitch a straight 1/4″ seam. Drives me crazy as it throws off the entire pattern.

  32. Marthie says:

    My serger – a new world awaits!

  33. quilting will be best!

  34. Janice White says:

    Unique seam finishing techniques such as Hong Kong seams and others.

  35. Janice White says:

    My New Years’ Resolution for 2014:
    To work part-time at a “real” job and spend the rest of the time in my sewing room.
    Ohhhhhh, if only….. :/

  36. LethaGD says:

    I just bought a serger and want to be able to use it to it’s full capacity and to make baby clothes for my new granddaughter when she arrives in February!

  37. Patti Avery says:

    I would like to learn pattern making and to perfect alterations.

  38. Bonnie Martin says:

    I wish to improve my machine embroidery skills and learn more technique, especially using special feet to save time – also more serging technique.

  39. Karyl Jacobson says:

    I want to hone my embroidery skills on my machine as well as improve my fitting skills.

  40. pat Y says:

    Time to get back to garment sewing!

  41. Alice-Ann says:

    I want to learn to turn perfect corners.

  42. Evelyn says:

    Using my serger and free-motion quilting.

  43. bridgette busby says:

    i want to learn how to get my patterns to fit correctly…make my own patterns so the clothes will fit better.

  44. tami says:

    Just learning. Hope to win a few patterns. Thank You

  45. LYN PARROTT says:

    I would like to be able to alter patterns , to make them fit odd sized people like me

  46. Gina S. says:

    Alter clothes.

  47. joyce says:

    I want to learn how to alter clothes

  48. Sandi Cunningham says:

    Plus size fitting!

  49. Patricia Purkey says:

    I would learn to do more with my serger and learn more about making my own patterns.

  50. Jan Travis says:

    I`m self taught so anything I can learn is a plus. It would help If I could fix a pattern to fit a plus size belly and a misses top half to look right.

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