Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 5

Happy Tuesday everyone! Hope your week is shaping up well. Today is Day 5 of Sew It All TV’s 13 Days of Giveaways. On March 2nd, Season 5 will begin airing and to celebrate we’re giving away prizes from past guests.

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First and foremost, congratulations to Debby! She is our Day 4 winner! Soon she will be reading Improv Sewing by Nicole Blum and Debra Imergut. The 101 fast, fun and fearless projects are sure to get any reader stitching.

As for today’s prize, you could win a copy of Fun With Sulky Blendables & Solid Color Cotton Threads by Joyce Drexler. In Season 2 (episode 204) Eric Drexler joined hostess Ellen March to make a chenile shawl. You can download free instructions and a pattern to make yourself a chenile shawl on

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Fun with Sulky Blendables & Solid Color Cotton Threads promises to dazzle and amaze readers with a variety of unique and inspiring project ideas. Be sure to check out to discover fun projects and meet all of the Sulky educators.

All you have to do to win this fabulous book is answer the following question in the comments section below:

Who would you like to see on Sew It All TV?

We’ll select one lucky response to receive Fun With Sulky Blendables and Solid Color Cotton Threads and announce the winner tomorrow.

Remember, every day you enter into a giveaway, you’ll also be entered to win the GRAND PRIZE, Sew it All TV Season 4 on DVD! So keep entering!

Have a great Tuesday everyone!

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47 Responses to Sew It All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 5

  1. Amy Adams says:

    I would like to see Milinda Stephenson showing a serging project or an embroidery project or both.

  2. Lisa Krupa says:

    I cannot locate the show in my area either!

  3. Kelli says:

    I would like to see Valori Wells. I love her patterns & fabric.

  4. Nita Voorhees says:

    I would like to see Sue Hausmann

  5. Nita Voorhees says:

    I would like to see Sue Hausmann. We get the show on Wed Create

  6. Nancy Van Deusen says:

    How about something on mini mosiacs?

  7. Patricia Lenhart says:

    Linda Griepentrog. I went on several Sew News Tours with her and would love to hear how she is doing these days.

  8. Pam Solberg says:

    I would love to see Ami Simms do a show on sewing mini-quilts for the Alzheimer’s fundraising auction that she runs.

  9. Cathy M says:

    I love anything about sewing. I want more of all of it. Quilting, clothing, embroidery and more.

  10. Michele says:

    I would like to see Leigh Day, anyone with great sewing tips or specialty sewing products being demonstrated.

  11. I enjoy all the Sulky books. Learn so much from them. Hope I win this one.

  12. Angela Self says:

    Since I enjoy sewing many things, I would like to see a variety of projects.

  13. Melissa says:

    Used to get Sew It All on our local PBS station, we we get another sewing program. I guess I’ll just have to be content with my SewNews and Creative Machine Embroidery magazines. Is there a way to watch shows online for those of us who don’t get it locally?

  14. Derenda says:

    I would like to be able to get these shows. I can’t find them anywhere .

  15. Barbara Norton says:

    I would love to see Eleanor Burns or any of the “Quilt In a Day “authors.

  16. Donna N. says:

    Londa Rohlfing. Unfortunately it’s not on in my area.

  17. Mary Angerer says:

    I would like to see Mary Mulari.

  18. Kathy Cederholm says:

    I always love to see the creative people who are repurposing or recycling into cool projects.

  19. jeanne says:

    More of Nancy Zeiman and a reprise of her fancy footworks, updated.

  20. Carol K E says:

    I would love to see Liesl Gibson from Oliver+S. Her children’s clothing patterns are delightful.

  21. Deb E. says:

    I like to watch seasonal things like crafts made for upcoming holidays. Next holiday for example, something to make for St Patrick’s Day. Thanks for the chenile pattern and instructions.

  22. Mary Mac says:

    Would love to see anyone of the many wonderful fabric designers on set to discuss from idea to manufacture of of the design.

  23. Susan S. says:

    Someone who knows all about paper piecing

  24. Darlene Pino says:

    I’d like to see someone do a creative mural type quilt instead of a patchwork quilt.
    Thanks for the show. I have to watch it on the DVDs as we don’t get the show on our PBS station here in Georgia Public TV/ Albany, Ga.

  25. Tracy Enos says:

    Fons and Porter

  26. Connie Rabun says:

    First, I would LOVE to watch this show but I have not been able to locate it on any DISH Network channels or the GA/SC public channels.
    Second, If I could watch this show, I would love to see plenty of tutorial for quick projects, and re-purpose projects for clothing.

  27. Sue says:

    I would love to see someone do a class on beginning machine embroidery.

  28. Karen A says:

    I would like to see quilters, maybe someone like Leah Day or fabric designer/quilter Denyse Schmidt.

  29. Book is classy and Sulky threads create gorgeous projects!

  30. Diane Cissna says:

    I would love to see Eleanor Burns….or someone from Fons and Porter.

  31. Peggy A. says:

    I would like to see Amy Butler talk about fabric and pattern design–especially one of her great bags.

  32. Audrey says:

    I just love any type of sewing show. Wish the TV stations would carry more of them.

  33. Cathy Bremer says:

    I love book reviews! I hate to buy a book and have it be terrible! I want to know if it is well written not just pretty pictures!

  34. Mary M says:

    Unfortunately we don’t get the show in our area. If I could watch it, I’d love to see someone who sews men’s clothing and can give tips. Thanks!

  35. Beth B says:

    Teresa Fusco is a real hoot and designs great quilts!

  36. Jennifer Knowles says:

    Would love to see one artist named “Katwise” she has a huge successful shop on that she started by creating one of a kind jackets out of recycled felted wool sweaters. She has numerous followers and a couple Facebook pages as well that we’re started in her honor. She is the original Pixie coat or elf coat creator…….please look into her!

  37. Ann says:

    I love seeing Angela Wolfe and would love to see more of Peggy Sagers.

  38. Diane Cook says:

    I can not find it on any channels I get. I’ve written a few emails to the local stations about carrying it.

  39. Phyllis Finger says:

    I would like to see More on machine embroidery.

  40. valerie csmith says:

    beautiful book–love it

  41. BJMarley says:

    I would like to see the sewing instructors from Waechter’s Silk shop in Asheville.

  42. Jeanne says:

    How about Ricky Tims….don’t think I have ever seen his name here.

  43. Jane C. says:

    There is a book by Jenny Doh called Signature Styles 20 crafters show their look. This would be a great place yo start looking for guests. I think several of them g
    have been on your show.

  44. Kath says:

    I’d like to see more art quilt finishing techniques. Edging that goes beyond traditional binding. p.s. my 2 Janomes’ loves Sulky thread.

  45. Rhoda Fry says:

    Love the website