Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 3: Win a Bag Pattern from The Sewing Workshop!

Happy Monday sewing world! That is not an oxymoron, because this Monday we have another prize giveaway for you!

In case you’re just joining us, Sew it All TV Season 8 begins airing on PBS stations nationwide at the end of September, so we’re celebrating with 13 fun-filled days of prize giveaways from our new guests, plus a sneak peek into their episodes!

Friday’s giveaway (Linda Lum DeBono’s book, Sew Merry & Bright) winner is Therese R! Congrats Therese, check your email for instructions on how to receive your prize!

Today we’re giving away the Village Bag pattern from The Sewing Workshop by Linda Lee. 

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The Village Bag sample

 

 

 

 

 

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The Village Bag Pattern artwork

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Linda joined us in the new season to demonstrate how to make this wrap skirt that’s simple AND stylish.

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Ellen with our friend, Linda Lee from The Sewing Workshop.

Heads Up: This pattern will be FREE on sewitalltv.com on September 1st, along with the complete instructions!!

Want more skirt projects? Check out “Bubble Yum” episode 702, where Elizabeth and Liz Evans (adorable sisters-in-law who have the same name) teach you to make a girl’s bubble skirt.

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Episode 702 Bubble Yum: Learn to make a girl’s bubble skirt–no pattern required.

Pro Tip: The instructions are the same to make the skirt for an adult! Can you say mommy/daughter matching skirts?!

So, to enter to win Linda’s Bag Pattern, answer the following question in the comments section below: What’s your favorite type of bag to sew?

Do you like to make super easy, big slouchy bags? They’re great for beach bags and all-day totes. Or do you like making smaller, super structured purses? They’re more challenging, but can yield a polished, professional-looking bag.

Let us know your thoughts, and check the Creative Machine Embroidery blog tomorrow to see if you won, and enter to win ANOTHER prize!

Good luck and happy sewing!

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45 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 3: Win a Bag Pattern from The Sewing Workshop!

  1. Linda says:

    I like bags of all sorts – and I like to use up my stash to make bags! :-)

  2. Judy Haley says:

    Totes… The bigger the better, as long as I can still pass it off as an airline carry on.

  3. I like to use bags for shopping. I use all kinds of sizes and fabric.

  4. Marilyn S says:

    I like to make over the shoulder purses for myself. Thanks!

  5. Elaine Bush says:

    Use bags all the time when shopping!

  6. Elaine Bush says:

    Use bags all the time shopping. Saves plastic for other uses and keeps them out of landfills!

  7. Stefanie B says:

    I just got into making bags, and I love trying out new things, so yeah, I love all bags, no matter the size or fabric. I dream of making my own personal all time favourite-bag, but I have yet to discover the pattern for it. Maybe this one? :)

  8. Carol Womack says:

    I like to make bags that have pockets specially designed for a particular task–like knitting or quilting. And they have to be big enough to hold my yarn or fabric or needlepoint. And they have to be made from pretty fabric that I already have.

  9. Donna G. says:

    Any and all. I love learning new techniques.

  10. Janice M says:

    Detailed, structured bags are my favorite to make!

  11. Susan F says:

    Favorite bag – anything with pockets! Pockets are a must.

  12. Lynn Hedlund says:

    I make bags for gifts and also use some of them as gift wrapping rather than throw away fancy paper. A bag is much better and less wasteful. I’m always looking for more patterns/ideas.

  13. Margaret C. says:

    Farmers market bags are best made out of washable fabrics. I would love to make a bag for my swim stuff that I carry to the pool six days a week.

  14. MM Rose says:

    Most of the bags I make are totes. I like using them for small handwork projects to carry with me.

  15. Lori Graham-Sullivan says:

    I enjoy making all types of bags. However, I generally make the larger market bag styles, as farmers markets are extremely popular in my community.

  16. Heather Dawson says:

    My favorite bags to sew are little zippered pouches.

  17. MindyZW says:

    Love to make bags as gifts…and it uses my stash…yippee!!!

  18. cindy z says:

    Large, with pockets.

  19. I love structured purses!

  20. Susan says:

    I love to make tote bags — after all, a girl can never have too many totes!! ;-)

  21. Jeannie says:

    I love all kinds of bags. Big and easy as well as a more tailored shoulder bag. As long as directions are super detailed with photos I like a challenge now and then!

  22. Evelyn says:

    Favorite? I mostly make unstructured totebags of all sizes — sometimes lined, always with pockets.

  23. Paula Hendrickson says:

    has to be a tote. Lots of room

  24. I like to make simple tote bags that can be customized for specific activities are with a team name and image.

  25. Mary Mac says:

    I love to make tote’s with vintage material and add large buttons.

  26. Diane Walker says:

    I love to see all bags. I have made a small bag for my granddaughter which turned out great. I have also made a large bag to use for swim class. Both looked great and worked just fine!

  27. Jennifer p says:

    I like to sew something that is fun and different!

  28. Kathy Scoggins says:

    I like to make bags for specific purposes–art supplies, sewing, costume work, water exercise, yoga, etc.

  29. I usually make a more structured bag, but am seeing a lot of cute bag patterns that are not. I am itching to try one!

  30. Chris says:

    I like to make bags with lots of pockets and a sevies of smaller bags to match so can keep my things organized.

  31. Marilee Hawkins says:

    I love to make bags, from large totes, to small purses. Have made the professional tote (several) to the “Potato Chip Bag”, love to give home made bags as gifts.

  32. debra merrill says:

    I am just learning to sew and experimenting with all sorts of bags. I really like the bags with pockets and the bags with the long straps. I guess I am pretty excited about making all kinds of bags.

  33. Peggy A. says:

    I like totes and small clutch bags.

  34. Brenda Sutton says:

    I like all type of bags. Lean more towards slouchy bags.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  35. kell says:

    I like to sew purses for myself or others. I like to have multiple pockets.

  36. Becky Hill says:

    I enjoy making any kind of bag, but I mostly make tote bags.

  37. MARY STOTT says:

    LOTS OF POCKETS, INSIDE AND OUT.

  38. I like to make mini-bags for my nieces. It is amazing what we find in them.

  39. Jane Meier says:

    I prefer roomy bags with multiple pockets of various sizes for all my STUFF.

  40. Debbie C. says:

    I love making the grocery totes.

  41. Cherie says:

    I love making bags,. They are so much fun to make. I don’t know if I have a favorite type of bag to make. I guess my answer would be any kind!

  42. Dee Mulhall says:

    Thank You for sharing, Ladies. I love trying new patterns. It builds my knowledge of sewing.

  43. Bonnie R says:

    I like making totes as gifts, since they’re quick and simple :) This would be a great pattern to win – our current reusable shopping bags are falling apart and I just promised my husband I’d make some new ones…afer the girls’ first day of school dresses, Halloween costumes, Christmas dresses… ha!

  44. Michelle says:

    I’m just learning to sew, so I keep it simple. And since I’ve already learned to hoard remnants (that didn’t take long) … I make simple, unstructured lined shoulder bags. My next bag project is a messenger bag with canvas though… excited and scared all at the same time.

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