WeAllSew Celebrates Our Loyal Fans: 64,000 Likes!

We’ve just reached 64,000 likes on our BERNINA USA Facebook fan page! We quickly reached our goal of 64,ooo, and 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 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 to celebrate hitting the mark of 64,000 likes is a copy of Nancy Halvorsen’s book, Ho Ho Ho, Let it Snow: Art To Heart! 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, November 10th, 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 will you sew to help decorate your home for the holidays this season?


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 November 10th, 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 fan jjc60141!

156 thoughts on “WeAllSew Celebrates Our Loyal Fans: 64,000 Likes!

  1. I am going to embroider on linen burlap ribbon I found at a local decor store using my Bernina Artista 200/730 and my mega hoop and then use that ribbon in my holiday display decor.

  2. I will sew an new Christmas tree skirt and a new holiday quilt to hang from my quilt display for the holidays and a couple of new holiday hand towels for the kitchen.

  3. I will be making quilted items for gifts, ie tissue boxes/holders, pot holders/mitts, coasters, towel toppers,maybe placemats,. I will not really make decorations per say since I am alone!

  4. I will be making stockings for the three new babies in our family this year, along with some fabulous pj’s with an appliqué of milk and cookies for Santa! 🙂

  5. I am going to make table toppers for all of my living room tables and for the dining room table: all red and green patchwork. I have a ton of Christmas fabric scraps that I just can’y throw away!

  6. I’m planning on making two table runners. One for me and one as a gift. One small wall hanging and a great Pintrest idea for a tree skirt.
    Love the giveaway prize!

  7. I’m making a Christmas Card holder. The pattern is from Nancy Halverson’s Believe book. I have the fabrics now I just need to get started cutting.

  8. I plan on making a Christmas wall hanging to decorate my house and it will definitely have snowman all over it. I have a thing for snowman and see some really cute ones in Nancy Halvorsen’s book. Thanks for the chance to win.

  9. I’ve decided to sew animal face slipper scuffs as stocking gifts for my adult children. Kwik Sew has a neat pattern that my Bernina dealer demoed today. I’ll change the faces a bit, I think I need a bunny, a cat, and a pig.

  10. I want to make some Free Standing Lace snowflakes and hang them from the chandelier over the dinning table. Also, I owe my daughter a new Christmas Tree skirt, promised her one last year, and never got it done.

  11. I’m just learning to sew and I think I’d like to make mug rugs for my family to enjoy our Christmas morning hot chocolate and pastry. I made two for my husband so far, but my kids have raved about how awesome they are…I’m sure the college daughter and her boyfriend could use them in their dorms as well. So that is my goal for this holiday season.

  12. I’m making our Christmas tree, and it won’t be pine! Got inspiration from Pinterest board and looking at several options and all involve fabric at some point!

  13. I am making table runners with various fabrics to give as gifts. I am planning to give the gift on Thanksgiving so the person can enjoy it all through December.

  14. Along with the quilts for Christmas gifts I need to get quilted & bound, I will make aprons and towels for gifts as well as something new for my kitchen.

  15. I plan to make tea light covers for the staff and residents of my father-in-law’s assisted living home. Also, an advent calendar for each of my children.

  16. Unable to have an actual Christmas Tree this year due to limited space so I’m going to make a wall hanging with a Christmas Tree on it. I’m also making a table runner and placemats.

  17. My Mom moved to assisted living this year. I am making a wall hanging for her door and some extra little ornaments for those near her who don’t have a little something for their doors!

  18. I would like to embroider some Christmas stockings with designs that reflect our personalities. For example, my daughter loved the bird of paradise flowers we saw in Santa Barbara, so I want to embroider a bird of paradise flower on her stocking.

  19. Sew! Who has time to see? I’ll be happy to get the hubbs to decorate the tree and pull out all the stuff I’ve made for the past 40-some years. This year we have 2 granddaughters to do up right !

  20. I think I will be creating something fantastic with
    my family, for Thanksgiving. We all do not make it together for Christmas, but Thanksgiving we all make a special effort to get together! Any wonderful ideas are welcome!

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