12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Now!

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I love this time of year, from November 1st to the New Year feels so festive and full of warmth. It makes me want to sit around with a mug of tea wearing an ugly sweater and start stitching!

To share our love of sewing and in the spirit of the holidays, we’re giving you a chance to win a fantastic (seriously AWESOME) prize each day for the next 12 (business) days. All you have to do is tune in to the blog here (or the Creative Machine Embroidery blog) each day and answer a simple question. One winner will be chosen each day–it could be you!!

Today we’re giving away a presser foot and accessories case from Husqvarna Viking. HV binder case open 1024x904 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Now!Label, organize, store and travel with your presser feet and accessories neatly tucked away in this beautiful binder.

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All you have to do to enter to win this great prize is answer the following question in the comments section below:

“Do you take your sewing traveling with you?”

One spring break in college, I took my machine and fabric on a trip to Chicago so I could finish up my final projects in the hotel. It was an endeavor to pack everything up and keep it organized! But honestly, that was almost my favorite part of the trip. Do you sew on-the-go?

Visit the Creative Machine Embroidery blog tomorrow to find out if you won today’s prize, and for another chance to win!

Good luck and Happy Sewing! icon smile 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Now!


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445 Responses to 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Starts Now!

  1. Casie Williams says:

    I take hand sewing, but not my machine. I’m afraid of what might happen in security checking.

  2. Diane Beal says:

    Yes I would love to go on vacation to a sewing retreat and sew all day and part of the night.

  3. What’s a vacation? Sewing? Umm, I do sew, and don’t vaction much-yet. And, if I did, I would take my machine with me, absolutley:)

  4. Linda Spencer says:

    Absolutely. Camping in my RV.

  5. afbwalsh says:

    I have never taken my machine on travels with me, yet!

  6. Sharon Clancy says:

    Wouldn’t think of going anywhere without some kind of sewing project in tow!

  7. Kristine Sveinson says:

    Mostly hand work if we are traveling by car. It’s a great way to catch up on binding small projects.

  8. Laura Moon says:

    I’ve taken it with me the first time we did a week long trip with our camper. All I had was my hard case. Now I have the red rolling case, and am waiting for the embroidery unit bag. This binder would complete the set nicely!

  9. Sabrena. Grantling says:

    I used to go to classes and over my girlfriend it’s harder now because my machine broke hope I get a new one sometime soon

  10. Karen Hruby says:

    yes I always take a sewing project with me often I take my singer 221 featherweight and work even in our camper in the evenings!

  11. Kristi Garner says:

    I just came back from a 2 week trip to visit family, and yes, I packed my quilting projects to take along. Finished one quilt while away, and got a good chunk of another one done. Good thing since they are Christmas presents!

  12. karen fisher says:

    haven’t travel in a long time…I would take hand sewing stuff though

  13. Debby says:

    sometimes. Thinking about getting each of my daughters a machine so I dont have to take mine when I go to visit.

  14. Patty Tharp says:

    Only to a class I may be taking.

  15. Ann says:

    I have taken it with me on occasion, one being on a trip from Nebraska to New Jersey so I could embroider shirts for my grandsons!

  16. helene says:

    Every chance I get especially if it’s a new place I’m visiting.

  17. Sheila Reecer says:

    I take my sewing even on vacation.

  18. Jan Hvizdos says:

    I don’t usually take my sewing on trips with me unless I’m going to my son’s place where I can take my sewing machine with me. I end up sewing things for the kids when I’m there and that make them and me happy.

  19. Lysa says:

    I have taken sewing projects with me when I vacation. It is a rare day that doesn’t include some form of sewing for me. I just bought a Ruby Royale, too! Hope I will love it as much as I love my SE.

  20. Jill Fraczek says:

    I got tired of dragging my sewing to camp every time we went; so I left a machine there with enough fabric for a “camp project”.

  21. Kristal Rogers says:

    I take my sewing with me when I go to visit family and when I go to sewing classes. I would love to win this binder to organize my feet for my new Designer Ruby Royale.

  22. Lynda Wolfertz says:

    I usually have a hand sewing/quilting project that I take with me. I don’t need to take my machine because we have both a regular machine send a server at our vacation home!

  23. i don’t because we usually are only gone one or two nights.

  24. Love my Diamond Deluxe

  25. Sandra Pool says:

    My answer to everything was duck tape. Than I inherited my moms sewing machine. My biggest challenge was threading it. Now we are hooked at the hip forever.

  26. Sandra Pool says:

    My answer to everything was duck tape. Than I inherited my mom’s sewing machine. The biggest challenge was to learn how to thread it. I can say we are happily hooked to the hip forever.

  27. Debbie Wiese says:

    mostly only my hand-sewing.

  28. Kathy Mullins-Engelhardt says:

    I love my HQV machines and would love to organize my presser feet.

  29. Roxanne Simonds says:

    Lovely goodies for all quilters and seamstresses out there. I carted my machine on a flight from Seattle to MN, as my carry on! I’d do it again any time too!

  30. Lisa Barone says:

    i always take sewing with me! I LOVE to sew!

  31. Debbi Schmidt says:

    I take handwork with me at times.

  32. Carolyn Bracy says:

    Unfortunately I haven’t yet, but would love to – and this organizer would be one way to help make it easier!!

  33. A. Davis says:

    No I have not taken my sewing machine with me but I have taken projects along to work on. Once we were going to the Sewing & Quilt Expo and decided that I would take a project along and do the initial handwork in the car. Good thing I did as the project would never have been completed on time as the car broke down and we were stuck there for about 4 hours. Did get all the handwork and preliminary layout completed though.

  34. Kathy Severn says:

    I love to do the free standing lace. I like to give them as gifts. I like to make my gifts when I can.

  35. Kathy Clapper says:

    I wish I could take it with me!

  36. Amy N says:

    Yes! About 95 percent of the time. If I’m not finishing up a project I am given one to do at our destination. I LOVe sharing my talents!

  37. J. Shiver says:

    No, I would if I was going to be in one place for a long time.

  38. Cindy Shelley says:

    I take hand sewing projects with me, I take patterns with me too. You never know when your vehicle will veer to a quilt shop. I go to retreats – take machine and projects. This case would be wonderful.

  39. Cindy C says:

    I try to have a hand sewing project to take to car shows in the summer. We have lots of time, but no electricity. Bindings, embroidery and labels can be done on the go. I have often thought of getting a small machine to take to work, so I can sew on my lunch time.

  40. Susan Simonetta says:

    Yes, I do take it with me. Never know when you may find something that inspires you.

  41. Sylvia Thorne says:

    I have travel on several occasions to retreats bring everything with me. Also have taken it to my daughter’s.

  42. Mary Medlang says:

    i take mine in our fifth wheel and sew on vacation.

  43. Virginia Wetzel says:

    No. I do not take my sewing machine with me while on vacation. That gives me a little break in between. So I look forward to getting back home. And yes I do miss it.

  44. Susan says:

    i don’t take my machine but my husband scouts out all the quilt shops in the area and drops me off to shop

  45. Darrell Sheets says:

    Depends on where we are going , but my wife does frequently.