Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 2

Hello! Thank you everyone for participating in yesterday’s giveaway! I loved reading all about what inspires you. Kids and grandkids were big ones, along with fabric and nature. Like many of you, I’m inspired by fashion and the cool things I see on Pinterest and in magazines.

Yesterday’s prize (a copy of Signature Styles: 20 Stitchers Craft Their Look) goes to: Ilene Miller! Please email with your mailing address to receive your prize!

You’re going to love Sew it All TV season 6, because we have guests such as Amy Alan, who teaches us all about the ins and outs of plaid fabric. How to identify the different types, how they should be treated differently, how to cut plaid fabric and match the lines! This episode is packed full of great information that you won’t want to miss!

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Ellen March & Amy Alan  – Sew It All Season 6

Stay tuned for episode 602, “Mad for Plaid” to get rid of your fear of matching plaids, and watch the website for full instructions on August 30th. Season 6 begins airing on PBS in September!

Today we’re giving away some awesome patterns from Paradiso designs to TWO lucky winners!  In episode 513, “Faux Fur Fun,” Cheryl Kuczek, owner of Paradiso designs, demonstrates the ins and outs of working with faux fur and creates a cool faux fur/pleather cross-body bag.

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To enter to win this great prize, answer the following question in the comments section below: What has been your favorite episode of Sew it All TV?

We’ve had some great guests demonstrating some fun projects and techniques over the seasons. Take a look through past episodes (with full instructions) at

Good luck! The winners will be announced tomorrow, along with ANOTHER prize! icon smile Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways   Day 2

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43 Responses to Sew it All TV 13 Days of Giveaways – Day 2

  1. Diane says:

    Hmmm–the pants show I think!

  2. Theresa L says:

    Sad to say but unable to get it.

  3. lawana whaley says:

    cant get it in our area….boo hiss

  4. Tracy Enos says:

    I liked when Mari Fons was on your show. Love of Quilting is another show I enjoy and it was neat to see the two intersect!

  5. cyndy l says:

    I loved the easy skirt show. Where you just measure your waist, hips and length and make it from the stretch fabric. I did these for my granddaughter.

  6. MelodyJ says:

    Awesome Aprons.

  7. Linda Kirsch says:

    Love watching all your shows, even the re-runs. As someone relatively new to sewing, I learn something new every time I watch an episode. Really liked the episode with Gretchen Hirsch, ( hope that is her last name) She is so talented. Also like the episodes when it is just you. Would like to see more of those too. Love them all, record them, so I can watch them over & over.

  8. Carol K E says:

    I enjoyed the episode with Sandra Betzina. She had great information about seam finishes. I especially learned about working with faux sherpa and hong kong seams.

  9. Nancy Kwisnek says:

    Wish I Knew when Pittsburgh aired it. Have never seen the show. but follow your posts.

  10. Carrie C. says:

    Sadly, I don’t have access to the show! I wish…

  11. Ali M says:

    My sister just told me about this show and I haven’t caught it yet, putting it on the schedule. Thank you for the giveaway!

  12. Marilyn Martinson says:

    I liked the makeover sweatshirts

  13. Sharla B says:

    The Sew it All TV problem is not available on cable only antenna. But if I got it I probably like anything about totes, bags, purses, and garments.

  14. Mama Lusco says:

    I liked the woven tote bag. Never seen that technique before. Thanks!

  15. Shelba says:

    I enjoyed the episode using a shower curtain for rain coat fabric. I had done this “BK” (before kids) and my kids thought it a sure sign I was insane when they were old enough to understand. Then, they saw the episode and remembered I had a clear raincoat with purple flowers when they were very young.
    Oh, and after about 20 years, this will start to come apart. The plastic fabric, not the seams!

  16. Cath says:

    Hard to say just one! I learn something from each.

  17. Karen Roop says:

    My daughter and I loved Heather Bailey, and made several bibs. I also liked watching Sue Hausmann, I have always followed her shows. I record and watch all your shows and enjoy them all!

  18. TJennene Gibbs says:

    My all time fav show was with Sue Hausmann (I once took her class years ago).
    I loved how she de-mystified stabilizer holder; the emb on each holder section was really cute & I wanted to make this & must get to it in 2014 perhaps. That was episode 509. What a talented person.

  19. Cherie says:

    I love the show! I really enjoyed when Mary Fons was on the show. It was a fun episode, and I learned a lot.

  20. Kina Hoffman says:

    Haven’t seen one yet

  21. Debi says:

    Love…. Love …this program on Tv!!!

  22. Maureen says:

    I like all the shows because I get ideas for new ways to do old things and fresh ideas for things to make.

  23. JoAnn Lyons says:

    I wish I could see this show! We don’t receive it where I live. I am looking for episodes online as I type! The ads look very interesting. JoAnn from Southeastern Colorado

  24. Meg says:

    I really enjoyed the one where Suede guested. He is such a kick in the pants and I picked up some good tips for sewing gathers too!

  25. Kelli says:

    One of my favorites wad the linen tote with fun pocket in front. Not sure episode number.

  26. P Seebock says:

    I liked the one with Vanessa. But in all honesty I’m hooked on all your shows. I’m basically new to sewing and you’ve given me so many ideas. You explain things so clearly that even I can do it ;-) THANKS!!

  27. Mary Jorgenson says:

    The Sue Hausman and the one with Louis.

  28. mc says:

    I haven’t been able to see them. Sorry.

  29. Jane C. says:

    My current sewing passion is upcycling. Anything with Marisa Lynch, New Dress a Day is right up my alley. Just got a BabyLock Evolution. Hope there are some serging episodes coming up.

  30. Marilyn Ming says:

    I really enjoyed and was impressed with Episode 204: Feel of Chenille. It was such a very cleaver and descriptive way to make so many unique items. I actually made a small throw blanket for my granddaughter! So easy!

  31. Mary Anne Stigen says:

    Episode 508, I will probably never make that very cool jacket but seeing the mitering tool after years of struggling with mitered corners on my quilt binding was an eye opening experience! I learn something on every episode.

  32. K'Lynne Mead says:

    Love Sew It All and watch it every week. I can’t really say that I have a favorite, but something every week has either been new to me or refreshed my years from being absent from the sewing world. Glad to say I am back, and would really like to update my equipment.
    Thank you Sew It All!!!!

  33. Karen Poole says:

    There were some shows on tshirt make overs were the instructed took two tshirts and cut them apart and then put the prices from the two together to make multicolor t shirts from the two t shirts and they looked great. I would also do some pretty embellishments on the part that the two colors connect, like some swirls across both sides. I think the shirts were great but I also like shows that have baby or child items on them!

  34. laura perea says:

    everyone tht i have been able to see

  35. Savannagal says:

    I really enjoyed watching Sue Hausmann on episode 503: Ready-Made Revamp. She is so energetic and fun. I also loved seeing Mary Fons and episode 505: Block Party. I watch her show too and learn so much from her.

  36. Terri says:

    I liked the two I believe you had with the T-Shirt makeovers. T-Shirts are relatively cheap and there is so much you can do with them. Loved getting some new ideas.

  37. I love each one more than the one before it!

  38. Kathy Ohlson says:

    I liked the one with the young lady who made 365 dresses in 365 days. She shopped thrift stores and garage sales. What an inspiration!

  39. Roberta says:

    That’s a tough question I like all the episodes. Several different things are shown in each episode.

  40. Lela Abate says:

    Love SEW IT ALL TV!!

  41. Judith Martinez says:

    506 a shift in thought! I’ve always wanted to make a shift style dress!

  42. Cindy Raaf says:

    Haven’t seen your show, but can’t wait to watch the archives and hope you will be on my PBS channel. I sew for myself, daughters and granddaughter. And I also do alterations. My mother taught me to sew and I taught my daughters and I hope to teach my granddaughter. My sisters and I not only sew clothes but we also quilt. It is so much fun sharing such a great activities as sewing and quilting with my family.

  43. Jamie F. says:

    Sad to say… But I haven’t seen it :-(