Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 8: Win a subscription to Sew.TV!

Moving right along here on the 13 Days of Giveaways train. To announce the winner from Friday’s giveaway it is Susan Y. O. She won the cute ampersand tote bag from guest Kim Davis. I will be in touch with you shortly on how to claim your prize.

For today’s giveaway we’ve got 4 subscriptions to  At we’ve got amazing craft and sewing videos of the sewing enthusiast. All your favorite contributors from the pages of Sew News and Sew It All magazines can now come into your home and show you fun projects and top sewing tips.

First, let’s get a sneak peek at the upcoming season of Sew It All. Sewing pin cushions is always a great way to get rid of scraps and make something quick and easy. Here’s a peek at contributor Jennifer Davey making adorable pin cushions in episode 802. davey Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 8: Win a subscription to Sew.TV!Be sure to check out Jennifer Davey where she blogs and writes about crafting, sewing and more.

Full instructions and patterns for each new episode of Sew It All will be available at on September 1st–get a sneak peek and be prepared with all the supplies for when the episode airs!

Plus, instructions and patterns for ALL past seasons are available for you now! Like episode 712 from season 7 with Stacy Schlyer  showing us how to create these super cuddly blankets and giving out tips for machine embroidery.

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All you need to do to enter today’s giveaway is answer the question what types of home decor projects do you like sewing? Four winners will be announced tomorrow to win a subscription to!


 Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 8: Win a subscription to Sew.TV!

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I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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73 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways Day 8: Win a subscription to Sew.TV!

  1. Jo Ann Rust says:

    Decorative pillows. Super fun and easy to do.

  2. Jane Watson says:

    Love to sew pillows and duvets ….
    pillows for all rooms and quick changes for the bedrooms with new duvets.

  3. Katherin Clayton says:

    I enjoy sewing Christmas stockings of all sizes. I recently sew a doggie bone stocking for my granddog.

  4. debra merrill says:

    I am just learning to sew and the first articles that I have attempted to sew are home decor items. My prized item ( that I actually show anyone!) is an envelope pillow and I have even saved beautiful decorator style fabric for a pillow for my mother for Christmas. I love home decor items as they make a house a home.

  5. Glenda White says:

    Quilts and tablecloths. Sew tv magazine is not sold on shelves around here.

  6. Lorena G says:

    I love to personalize our towels with monograms. It’s the small touches that turn a house into a home

  7. Becky Hill says:

    I like making pillows (working on a Jack-O-Lantern pillow now), window treatments and small kitchen items.

  8. Anne says:

    Pillows and curtains.

  9. Nancy says:

    Pillows! you can really change up a room with a few throw pillows. I also used to make snuggle blankets for my kids for reading or for watching tv. One married this summer and the other just left for college – so I’M the one using the blankets for comfort these days. LOL!

  10. Peggy A. says:

    Decorator pillows and table runners.

  11. Marianne Myrick says:

    I love embroidering kitchen and hand towels for gifts – quick to make and personalize.

  12. Theresa Stanley says:

    Mug rugs. Can put them anywhere…on the table, end table, under a plant…

  13. Jean Mercer says:

    My favorite home decor projects include table runners, pillows, and quilts.

  14. Vicki says:

    Of course pillows, but fleece blankets and storage baskets are fun too.

  15. Evelyn says:

    My favorite home item to make is a mug rug. I like to make them for gifts — quick to make and lots of possiblities in color and design.

  16. Deena Shepard says:

    Pillows, afghans, and doilies.

  17. Jane Meier says:

    Holiday décor, mostly Christmas– including banners, flags, pillows, tree skirts and ornaments.

  18. Donna G. says:

    Window Treatments!

  19. Linda says:

    Pillows, kitchen items (mitts, towels), and quilts/duvets!

  20. Cathy Ricchezza says:

    I love to do pillowcases for my grandchildren and nieces with their names embroidered on the panel. My most recent project was covering foam for window seats for my daughter.

  21. Loren McCoy says:

    I love to make pillows, I have not added piping but sure would like to learn. Need confidence. I also love to quilt!

  22. diane says:

    I like sewing curtains.

  23. I’m old fashion..I still like cloth napkins and pretty placemats, especially during the holiday seasons. I love everything matching. I also love holiday pillowcases for the pillows on the bed in my guest bedroom. It just puts a little cheer throughout the house. A pretty mantle cover is also a holiday favorite that I love to make

  24. Maria Merante says:

    Pillows and curtains, and chair cushions.

  25. Carol K E says:

    I make pillows, window treatments and tote bags. I also make table runners with matching mug rugs.

  26. mad14kt says:

    Curtains…FIESTA :)

  27. Linda Weidner says:

    Pillows mostly but my new project I’m trying to tackle is Roman Shades for the bathroom and laundry room. Wish me luck!

  28. Jeane Janesek says:

    Quilting and children’s

  29. Theresa Nuehring says:

    Pillows are neatest way to be able to change the festive air in a room and I love making them for any reason

  30. Maureen M says:

    Quilting is my fovorite! Bed quilts, purses, and totes!

  31. Cherie says:

    I love making pillows. As a matter of fact, I am in search of some fabric for new pillows for my livingroom!

  32. Jeanette B. says:

    Pillows. Easy and fast way to change the look of a room.

  33. nicole lesley says:

    I love making pillows, easiest way to change up a room.

  34. Linda McCullough says:

    I enjoy making pillows, table linens, and quilt in a pillow to snuggle on the sofa.

  35. kell says:

    I like making pillows, towels & potholders for the kitchen.

  36. kim says:

    I enjoy making throwpillows for my sofa. Nothing to fancy because they get used. I also like to change my kitchen colors with the seasons and holidays, I make my own kitchen towels, potholders,aprons and curtains. Its a great way to add color, and makes cooking and other kitchen chores fun.

  37. For nostalgic reasons, I love making pillows or pillow coverings. For dramatic impact, window coverings. I am currently planning insulated black-out coverings for my bedroom. Still deciding between Roman shades and draperies.

  38. I like to make aprons and curtains. Next I want to try making my own roman shades.

  39. Melanie says:

    pajamas for my nephew – he gets a set every year for Christmas. This year will be the 16th set.

  40. Lori Graham-Sullivan says:

    Window treatments, pillows, cushions, tablecloths and linens, aprons and matching linens…love them all!!

  41. TJ Payne says:

    I like to make curtains.

  42. Rosemary Griffis says:

    Pillows are so easy and changeable. Curtains, some with machine embroidery.

  43. Andrea says:

    Def pillows! And curtains!

  44. Pamela Pope says:

    Love to make new curtains and valances! Very rewarding!

  45. Marthie says:

    Cushions and the odd bed quilts

  46. Linda G Willis says:

    I like sewing pillow cases and covers.
    I’m thinking about making curtains. I haven’t made my mind up yet.

  47. Audrey Palacio says:

    Pillows. They are quick, easy and make a quick change.

  48. Kayla O. says:

    Decorative pillows are my favorite :)

  49. Thanks for this opportunity!

    I don’t get to sew what I like, when it comes to Home Dec. I sew what’s needed, and that’s usually a long list. Mats, curtains, shower curtains, area rugs, baskets and boxes, and yet more baskets and boxes, organizational stuff….it’s an endless list.