WeAllSew Celbrates Our Loyal Fans: 69,000 Fans!

We’ve just surpassed 69,000 likes on our BERNINA USA Facebook fan page! As a way to say “Thank You!” to all who join us at Facebook to share your love of sewing and creating, we are hosting another special giveaway. If you are already a fan of BERNINA USA on Facebook, then you know that we’ve hosted a giveaway with a chance to win fun prizes each and every time we gained another 1,000 likes for the last months of 2013! Join in the fun by clicking over to our fan page, Like us, and be sure to keep your eyes open for more fun coming in 2014.

Pillow Trio Pattern

Our prize to celebrate hitting the mark of 69,000 likes is one copy of the Atkinson Designs pattern, Pillow Trio! Add an easy splash of color and style to your décor with these fun pillows. 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, Decenber 31, 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:

Do you plan on setting any new sewing goals for 2014? What will your sewing goals be for the coming year?

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 December 31, 12:00 midnight Central Time. Winner will be chosen randomly. Winner will be announced about one week after contest ends, and will have 48 hours to contact us at WeAllSew@berninausa.com  to claim the prize. Keep checking back here starting next week!

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Congratulations to our contest winner, WeAllSew user srb4! Enjoy your pattern and thanks for joining in our contest!

Projects: home décor
Techniques: crafts

32 thoughts on “WeAllSew Celbrates Our Loyal Fans: 69,000 Fans!

  1. I plan to learn how to machine quilt. Have done it before, but nothing more than stitch-in-the-ditch and straight line. I have excellent tools. . .a Bernina 580 with the BSR. I just can’t seem to get the hang of it. But I vow 2014 will be the year of free motion quilting and finishing those quilt tops that are piling up!

  2. I do have lots of goals for my sewing room – the first is to ORGANIZE the mess – post Christmas craziness, of course! the second is to sew every Tuesday evening for at least 2 hours on fun projects for my family! I have lots in mind!

  3. Plans for 2014 includes making at least 10 charity quilts as well as learning the free motion quilting technique. There is also the smaller projects of wall hangings and clothing and small crafted projects for gifts.

    1. I make a lot of charity quilts. A simple pattern is a brick road or lasagne quilt. Cut your scraps into 4 x 8 rectangles and 4 inch squares you will need 96 rectangles and 12 squares. Sew them into strips using 8 rectangles and 1 square then join them alternating the squares top to bottom. No seams to match and the scrappier the better. I use them to practice stippling and machine binding. They are exactly the right width so that you will not need to piece the backing. Sometimes I have to trim a little off the sides but they still look good. Great kids quilts, lap quilts for nursing homes, we even keep a couple in the car. I have done so many of them that I can truly make it in a day especially if I cut my scraps when I finish a project and have them on hand. Good luck with your resolution, someone will thank you very much.

  4. I plan to finish 1 UFO per month (won’t finish all this year! 🙂 ). Also, I am setting a goal of making and keeping at least 1 thing for myself this year 🙂

  5. I am planning to finish some of my UFOs and to not buy too much more fabric but to use up some of my stash instead. I want to use my new spanish hemstitching attachment on something. Maybe a little bag or a pillow case.

  6. I have several sewing goals for upcoming months. First is to sew up some neat christmas gifts for NEXT christmas. Then I plan to clean up my sewing space so I can identify UFOs and get to work on them. Any new projects will be done with primarily stuff I already have–fabrics, embellishments, buttons, zippers.

  7. I would love to be able to just sit down & ‘create’ something new. I miss sewing all weekend long with the end result being an extremely happy child or sibling.
    As an empty nester I finally have my time back. I have so many ideas, I don’t know if I have enough time.

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