WeAllSew Celebrates Our Loyal Fans!

Hitting 52,000 likes means it’s time for another giveaway! We very quickly gained another 1,000 fans to hit 52,000 likes on our Facebook fan page—we love our fans! As a way to say “Thank You!” to all who join us at Facebook to share your love of sewing and creating with us, we are holding a another special giveaway! If you are already a fan of BERNINA USA on Facebook, then you know that we’ve pledged to host a giveaway with a chance to win fun prizes like goody-bags, sewing books and even fabrics right here each and every time we gain another 1,000 likes through the end of 2013! Join in the fun by clicking over to our fan page, Like us, and be sure to keep your eyes open for our next giveaway.

Our prize for this drawing is a BERNINA retro bag filled with goodies! To enter the random drawing for a chance to win, simply respond to the question below with a comment to this blog post. (The contest is open for comments through tomorrow, July 18 at 12:00 midnight Central Time. We’ll announce the winner right here at WeAllSew.com next week, so stay tuned and good luck to you!)

Our question for the giveaway is:

What is your favorite WeAllSew project or tutorial?

 

Sweepstakes Rules: Open to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. One comment per fan. Comment must be submitted to the WeAllSew.com blog within 24 hours after blog post posting by Thursday, July 18 12:00 midnight Central Time. Winner will be chosen randomly. Winner announcement one week after sweepstakes ends.

 

And the winner is…

Our WeAllsew.com fan “sharik” is the winner! Congratulations sharik and enjoy your BERNINA retro bag!

173 thoughts on “WeAllSew Celebrates Our Loyal Fans!

  1. I love the How To Hem Jeans tutorial, but the ultimate on-going spot was the Libby Lehman Name That Stitch videos – awesome! Miss them and hope Libby is progressing. Thanks!

  2. I think the tooth fairy pillow is one of my favorites. Hadn’t given that a thought, but my grandson will soon be dealing with the tooth fairy and I loved this idea. I’m so happy we can make the “event” even more special for him! Thanks to Stacy Sews and We All Sew for such a great idea.

  3. There isn’t one specific project I like, but I look for those projects that allow me to combine my embroidery with quilting. I enjoy both and like to combine when ever possible.

  4. I love any of the tutorials showcasing presser feet and the wonderful things that can be done to enhance a project. I own many of these feet and never use them because I am just not sure how to do so correctly. These tutorials give me just the right ‘push’ to try new things.

  5. How fun to have another giveaway. I enjoy most of your sewing ideas. One of my favorite tutorials is the Gathered Tote Tutorial. I’m just getting in to embroidery, so I’m sure to have new favorites.

  6. Do I really *have* to choose a favorite? Oh, okay — I guess I’d choose the compact sewing kit, since that’s the sort of thing I find very useful so as not to forget to take things with me. 😉

  7. I really enjoyed the Coiled Rope Baskets. I have made two of them and plan on making at least 3 more for my house, ones for my mother in law. The directions were so easy to understand and it was fun to see the bowl appear as I was sewing it.

  8. I love Jo’s Scrappy Plaid Quilt. I have started going through closets and will go visit some thrift shops in my area to make one for myself. I love that you can make something new and comfy from old shirts. I enjoy finding ways to repurpose old things.

  9. My favorite is the Altered Couture Jean Jacket. I’m always on the lookout for jean jackets at yard sales and ebay so I can have fun changing them for my kids or husband.

  10. I absolutely love your site. You give us tips and tricks to assist us to be more skillful and creative! I LOVED your tablet cover project! I improvised and added some decorative stitching, along with a shoulder strap for a friend of mine! what an easy and great project! Please keep them coming! Your projects are quick and easy, and I love the diversity! Your stitch recipes are so great as well. Please keep them all coming!

  11. The rope basket tutorial – because its unexpected and original. And its so simple to do — well I hope so because its on my to do list….not my done list. Congratulations

  12. I found the Jeans hemming tutorial to be really helpful, but my absolute favourites are the various foot showcases. I’m drooling over the ruffler, and seriously jonesing for the binding attachment feet.

  13. Is this the We All Sew blog site where I am to leave the answer to the question, “What is your favorite WeAllSew project or tutorial?” If so, where are all the other comments/entries?
    My answer for my favorite WeAllSew project or tutorial is:

    T-Shirt Shrink Down by Kathryn Goodman.

    (I do have a lot of “favorites”. Thank you very much.
    ~ Dodie

  14. I ALWAYS love seeing the use for all the wonderful Bernina feet. The #3 foot is now one of my favorite. Blog post I liked . . .I don’t have to go back far. Learning how to finish the edge for napkins without a serger was great!

  15. Congrats on your 52,000 likes. I learned to sew on my mother’s Bernina. It was one thing I inherited from her when she died. Most of my clothes I wore in high school was made on it. You make a great product. Thanks.

  16. Grab It and Go Wallet by Kathryn Goodman is my favorite project. I must have made this wallet a dozen times for folks. I have made it a bit wider in some cases

  17. I have really enjoyed making aprons lately so my favorite project is sew an apron and show your gratitude. I really want to remember to celebrate national tie one on day this year.

  18. How do you decide on a favorite project or tutorial. I like the “feet” tutorials. I don’t use my machine for all I could and this really helps me stretch my skills.

  19. My favorite ARE the tutorials/seminars you hold. I have sat in on a couple of them and have learned some valuable tips that I have not learned elsewhere in the 30+ years of sewing. I guess you are never too old to learn something!! Thank you.

  20. My favorite project was the polka-dot clutch. I made it for a friend’s birthday and it was a huge hit! It was very easy to follow the directions and the photos were great. Thank you for the wonderful projects.

  21. This is actually my first time to the site, so I don’t have a favorite one yet, but I’m excited to check everything out! Thanks for the giveaway!

  22. I want to try the Super Hero capes and the kids Messenger Bag. Also the iPad cover.
    Does the iPad cover have a carrying strap? I would like a cross-body strap.
    Thanks for a fun giveaway! Love my Bernina!
    Reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

    1. Be sure to check out the heirloom pillow that will be in September’s Through the Needle ONLINE magazine. The sample arrived at my door today; it’s beautiful! Jo

  23. I have been looking for an easy tooth fairy pillow for the granddaughter, and the one here at weallsew.com is it! Thanks for wonderful projects. I love so many, the toothfairy pillow is just one of the more recent ones.

  24. Love the watermelon placemat. Lots of great ideas and projects. I have used several project ideas at the quilt shop that I work at. They are fun projects to sew. Thanks for the projects.

  25. Am I excited! I hadn’t clued in about the offerings on the We All Sew webpage until I saw the posting on Facebook. I had liked the Bernina Facebook and knew about the online sewing magazine. So, now that I have discovered it, I am immediately drawn to the Snuggly Owl pillow. I will definitely be making that!

  26. I like just about everything you come out with on the tutorials and Projects, but the best so far for me was the DIY Tablet by Mimi; I also saved the information about the tooth fairy pillow so I can make that for the grand babies . . .Would love to be the winner

  27. My favorite project is one that I have yet to do! I am totally in love with the western rug mugs and I can’t wait to purchase the design works so I can make a set to go with the western decor in my home!!

  28. So many to pick from…but I really want to try the vintage linen tablecloth and a messenger bag you posted a while back. I have printed the tutorial for future use.

  29. Hard to pick one! They are all great. I’m making shower gifts and the “Just Wing It” baby receiving blanket tutorial adds the WOW factor to my blankets.

  30. The tutorial for how to hem jeans was something I can really use a lot, so it’s my favorite. I also liked the hot and cold neck wrap project . It was super easy and super useful.

  31. My favorite project is Melissa Mortensen’s Beach Bound Straw Tote. I gravitate towards purse and tote projects and tutorials and since I live near the SE coast this especially caught my eye. I like the use of unconvential material (straw) and applique. It made my creative juices flow on other ways to combine these materials – maybe a more durable straw beach mat with pockets.

  32. I enjoy all on we all sew! Favorite stop of the day! Zipper pouches, table runners, quilts , help with garment sewing has all been invaluable to me! The best is you support is with your wonderful sewing machines with these projects. There are too many to choose one but since we are in summer ill say the watermelons placemats are the hit of the season!
    Thank you!!

  33. I love the idea of the selvage pouch. Any ideas using up scraps is a great idea! Fabric is expensive and the more ways to use up our scraps we will normally throw away is a great economical and planet friendly project!

  34. I loved the tutorial about the walking foot. I just finished a t-shirt quilt and would have LOVED to have known about this fantastic foot! It was hard without it. I think I’ll be saving up for this purchase next :)

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