WeAllSew Celebrates Our Loyal Fans: 65,000 Likes!

We’ve just reached 65,000 likes on our BERNINA USA Facebook fan page! We quickly reached our goal of 65,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 65,000 likes is a handy-dandy BERNINA Swiss Sew Essential tool! 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 23, 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:

Which one of our WeAllSew projects have you made as a gift?

 

 

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 23, 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 the winner of our 65,000 Likes Contest, WeAllSew fan Rita (rt33441)! Enjoy your Sew Essential tool, Rita!

130 thoughts on “WeAllSew Celebrates Our Loyal Fans: 65,000 Likes!

  1. I haven’t made anything yet as I just discovered this webpage. I’ve made an apron before, as a gift, but from a store bought pattern. I’ve made doo-rags as gifts, made from taking apart a store-bought doo-rag and tracing out a pattern. I’ve made Halloween costumes by either modifying a store-bought pattern or just using it as intended. One time I made a Halloween trick-or-treat bag from scratch.

  2. So far or is it sew far, I have made none of them! I have made tablet cozies in the past but not recently. Have not touched my machine in way too long. I do hope to make some tote bags before Christmas.

    I have had Swiss Army knives most of my adult life. At the moment I am without and this one would be a treasure!

  3. I have not made any of these projects, but I use my Bernina every day making quilts.
    I have made many Care Quilts to be given by emergency responders to children in crisis.

  4. I’ve done some pillows in the past; am loving the snowglobe coasters posted recently. I intend to try to make several in the upcoming days when I have time off from work. Thanks for all your creativity.

  5. I discovered your page because I am a beginning sewer and want to learn to quilt. My goal is to make my family a circle quilt using the directions in your projects by this Christmas! Very nervous but excited to try!

  6. I made 3 Halloween treat bags last year for my new grandson (his first Halloween) and his Parran’s (godfather) two children. I have now been asked to make them for the two little girls of another friend!

  7. I’ve made several – pouches, gift card holders, other Christmas items. Your instructions are easy to follow, and my Berninas make the projects come out just the way I expect them to.

  8. I made aprons as gifts similar to the one yard apron by Deborah Schlegel. I made them a bit longer and added a different machine embroidery image in the front of each.

  9. None yet, but the log cabin cafe apron looks easy and fun – I have some old feed sacks that I’ve been looking to use, and I think this will be a perfect project for them.

  10. I made the Steampunk Crazy Patch throw for my husbands antique player piano. It will drape down the back to hide the not so pretty side. I love the Sew Essential tool and have always wanted one.

  11. I’m working on the hexagons quilt from Mary Beck’s instruction for using the cutwork software. In fact, I took the class this week from Mary herself here in Tucson. Her instructions are great!

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