Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways, Day 4: Win a Copy of Sew it All, Vol. 7!

Today is Day 4 in the 13 Days of Giveaways to celebrate Season 7 of Sew it All TV! For Day 3 on Friday, the lucky winner of the Coats & Clark zippers is Brenda S.! Congratulations, Brenda–please check your email to find out how to claim your prize.

We have a lot of fun taping Sew it All each season. Getting to meet and learn from all of the talented and creative people that appear on the show is really inspiring. It’s even more fun to appear on the show as a guest myself! I first appeared in Season 4 on “Baking Beauty,” demonstrating how to make a fun retro apron. (In case you missed it, catch a preview of it on sew.tv, where you can watch all the episodes of Seasons 1-5 of Sew it All online.) In Episode 711, “In the Loop,” I show how to make an infinity scarf from a variety of fabrics. It’s such a versatile project and great way to showcase a fabric you love, even if you don’t have enough to make an entire garment. Here’s Ellen and me on the set with the same scarf made from sheer, lightweight and sweater knit fabric:

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We show you how to make the scarf start-to-finish, and we also give lots of tips and techniques for handling each fabric type on a sewing machine or serger. Be sure to tune in when Season 7 airs on your PBS station! Check pbs.org to find when your local station airs Sew it All. If your local PBS doesn’t carry Sew it All, email or call them to request it.

I’ve also created some fun new projects for Volume 7 of Sew it All magazine, including a quick and easy charm-pack quilt and some pretty Sashiko-embroidered coasters, so today we’re giving away a copy of Sew it All, Volume 7 to THREE lucky winners! For your chance to win, answer the following question in comments section below:What types of projects would you love for us to feature in the next season of Sew it All

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Check back tomorrow to hear the winner of today’s prize, plus another great prize and a sneak peek into another new episode! Good luck! Mark your calendar to check sewitalltv.com on March 1st for a sneak peek at all 13 episodes, including full instructions and free patterns!

 

 

 

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127 Responses to Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways, Day 4: Win a Copy of Sew it All, Vol. 7!

  1. Missy says:

    Some curtain patterns would be lovely.

  2. Tracy says:

    How about some upcycling segments?

  3. Barb Peden says:

    I would like to see pointers on teaching children to sew and more on sewing for charity .

  4. Robin Huss says:

    Would like to see some sewing with minky, maybe a baby blanket. Like how to keep if from stretching.

  5. Ellen Sedberry says:

    A quilted table runner.

  6. Roberta B says:

    I would like to see more altering of clothes and/or patterns. I find myself either losing weight or gaining weight and need to adjust clothes or patterns.

  7. Ann Dick says:

    Curtains and valances would be a nice idea.

  8. Boxed Cushions all sizes (chair pads, pet bed)

  9. Lynn Slabaugh Grate says:

    Great Giveaway! I would love to see some cute, modern home decor pieces. My home is in need of a makeover!

  10. Tablerunners or quilted tablerunners

  11. Nathan and Laurie Yoder says:

    Hand embroidery

  12. I’m interested in quick, easy afternoon projects like fashion accessories or home dec.

  13. Judith Martinez says:

    I would love to learn more about altering patterns.

  14. Patricia Hersl says:

    If I’m not quilting, it’s clothes for the grandgirls. How about easy shorts or pants, something that I could handle!

  15. BJ Marley says:

    refashioning garments or fast projects that look like they took more time

  16. Shirley Lynn says:

    Anything bright and springy after this LONG winter!

  17. Jan Hvizdos says:

    I would love some instruction on making lined valances that have the layered/scalloped effect.

  18. Marthie says:

    Trapunto patterns please

  19. Derenda says:

    If you had the time for the segment, I would love to see replacing zippers. I struggle with this one repair everytime I have to do a zipper replacement.

  20. Ginger says:

    I hope winter is almost over, but I’d like to see make curtain quilts.

  21. Cathy Koos Breazeal says:

    I’d like to see some travel separates — garments that can roll for packing, mix and match, and (drum roll here) made of fabrics that can be washed in the hotel sink and hung to dry on a hanger.

  22. Karen Tremonti says:

    I would love to see ideas on sewing with children. (6 years old) and I would also like to see create ways to recycle old clothes.

  23. cindy z says:

    I need a pattern for a table runner. Something unique!

  24. Carol says:

    Sewing with fancies: satin, chiffon, velvet……

  25. Lois says:

    Altering patterns, curtains, dresses for any age, quilt ideas…I like the magazines just for ideas for sewing projects. Different pillows ideas would be good to. I enjoy your magazines, actually, I like anything sewing.

  26. Angela says:

    I would love to see some ideas about repurposing thrift store finds. Not just into home decor items but wearables as well.

  27. Mercedes Christiansen says:

    I love your show. Wouldn’t change a thing. I would however like to see more home decorating tips and tricks. Like curtains and appliance covers.

  28. Calla Ferguson says:

    I’d like to see shows for repairing tears, broken zippers, etc. Upcycling clothes would be great too!

  29. Linda Rock says:

    I would like to see a feature on the handmade baby layette. No one makes lovely items like these from scratch anymore. I would love to see some new ideas for little ones.

  30. Jane Meier says:

    Upcycling, especially mens jackets, shirts, trousers and denims.

  31. CHERRI NORMAN says:

    love to see, altering clothing

  32. Diana Scott says:

    I would like to see home decoration projects.

  33. Teresa says:

    It would be nice to see more ways to upcycle clothing

  34. Jane H says:

    Would like to see information on making curtains and lining them, or embroidering on different and unusual items.

  35. Linda Denney says:

    More on altering clothing of all types would be greatly appreciated.

  36. upcycled sweaters to a coat

  37. anne says:

    I’d love to see sewing for pet toys– cat toys in particular. thank you

  38. Carol K E says:

    Sewing with children: safety, simple projects. Variations on prairie points such as lipped edges or embroidered (hand or machine), different methods for making them. Inserting zippers in bags to make outside pouches.

  39. Brenda green says:

    Curtains home dec

  40. Brenda green says:

    Home dec projects.

  41. Pat Beesley says:

    I would love to see garment embellishing ideas.

  42. Debrah says:

    I would love a bloomers or a short front bustle skirt show!

  43. Deb says:

    Oh wow… so many ideas, so few shows! :) I’d like to see a segment on the exposed zippers on garments. Pillows for sure… different ideas from 1 pattern. Baby gift ideas. Bridal shower ideas. Love those homemade gifts!

  44. Becky Shinn says:

    Plus size spring dresses! Something flirty, that shows off the curves and still has a little arm coverage for the still cool weather.

  45. judy geasland says:

    Home decorating ideas/patterns or handmade gifts would be great

  46. Susan Harvey says:

    Sure wish our PBS station carried this show. Sometimes my mind just gets stuck in a rut. Articles are great for ideas.

  47. Esther Hopland says:

    MY pbs DOESN’T CARRY THIS SHOW IN cANADA

  48. Loretta Lafargue says:

    I would like to see a project using a serging such as putting a zipper in a make-up bag.

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