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Celebrate National Sewing Month

By: Editors, AllFreeSewing.com
Celebrate National Sewing Month

If you loved National Sewing Month last year, just wait until you see what we have in store for 2017! Celebrate National Sewing Month this year with new projects and tutorials all September long on AllFreeSewing. Be sure to check out our full schedule here.

This year is filled with brand new projects, fun collection pages, and even a grand prize giveaway with BERNINA and Riley Blake Designs. If you've been looking for the best way to shake up your sewing routine, celebrate with us all throughout September on AllFreeSewing!

*PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!!

 

The most important thing to know? AllFreeSewing is running a month-long giveaway for a BERNINA 215 Simply Red Sewing Machine! We'll also be giving away fabric from our friends at Riley Blake Designs, making this the ultimate GRAND PRIZE giveaway that you don't want to miss. It's valued at over $1000!

How to Enter Our Grand Prize Giveaway

To celebrate National Sewing Month, we’re giving away a GRAND PRIZE: a new BERNINA 215 Simply Red Sewing Machine + a Riley Blake Crayola Solids Fat Quarter Pack!

You can gain extra entries for our grand prize by commenting on our daily National Sewing Month posts here on AllFreeSewing. Comment your answer to our question below for an extra entry!

Contest Rules

* Commenting on this page will enter you to win the prize. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.

* The winner will be selected at random from the comments on this page and entries on AllFreeSewing.com.

* You have until September 30th, 2017 at 11:59 CST to leave your comment on this post. Comments after that will not be counted.

* Contest is open to anyone 18+ in the US and Canada. Void in Puerto Rico, the Province of Quebec and where prohibited.

* The winner will be contacted by the e-mail address provided in their account.

National Sewing Month on AllFreeSewing

What else are we up to during the month of September? We'll be posting brand new projects and tutorials from some of our favorite bloggers, from topics like how to use scrap fabric to free quilt patterns!

Each week for National Sewing Month will also be themed around some of our most popular content. Don't miss any of our upcoming themed weeks throughout September!

* Sew for Your Grandbaby
* Tips and Tricks for Sewists and Quilters
* Sew Your Fabric Stash
* Christmas in September

Question of the Day: At what age did you first learn to sew?

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I guess I also learned in home ec, age 12 , I recieved the one I learned on by my Mom, loved it. It was a Singer oldy but a goodie, unfortunately it was lost in a house fire.

I was 13, started in Home Ec class.

I started sewing doll clothes by hand around 6 or 7 yo. My father bought a sewing machine from the thrift shop for $20 when I was in 7th grade so he and I could sew, and I have been sewing ever since.

I was about 4 years old. Learning to sew at my mothers knee. Making baby doll clothes.

My grandmother taught me to hand sew when I was about 6 or 7.

i was taught by my Mom and Grandmother at age 9 or 10, on my grandmothers old machine. still have it and use it.

Hard to believe that I Have Been Sewing Over 40 years. I was 8 maybe a bit younger my mom says , when she taught me to thread the machine and gave me swatches to practice straight lines and curves. It was not long before I made a patchwork pillow.

I was 12 in the 7th grade where I was taught to sew it was a class then you had a year of sewing and a year of cooking classes.

I started sewing in Home Economics at the age of 14. I wish they still taught that class.

I guess I was about 12 or 13 years old. Seems like I've always sewed some.

Both my mother and grandmother sewed and so I was about 10 when I sewed my first shift, there was no going back from that.

I started to sew when I was 12 years old. My first project was a dress for my mother. It turned out very good. I had a lady who lived in my building who was a seamstress, she was very helpful. Been sewing off and on since then.

I look forward to National Sewing Month each year! The first time I used a sewing machine was in 8th grade in Home Ec. My class learned how to make pajama pants!

I started sewing when i was 12. My mom had a old singer sewing machine she could get it treaded but didnt really know how to use it. But i taught myself by making simple doll clothes. Still love it!

My Grandmother taught me when I was about 5.

I started sewing at age 10 and have been seeing for the past 40 years. I've sewn everything from clothes and dolls to couch covers. I still love to sew but wish I had more time to do so.

I taught myself to sew at 20, so I could sew for my daughter.

Thank you for the chance to win fabric and a sewing machine. I have been sewing since I was 12.

I have been sewing since age 10. I made most of the kids clothes when they were young and now sewing for my granddaughter. I make doll clothes as well barbie, cabbage patch and the American doll now

I've been sewing since age 10, paused for a while, started back a few years ago sewing items for grand daughter, I'm 75 now and able to really enjoy sewing trying to teach grand daughter the basics, need a little help with interesting ideas find your site very helpful. Claudetta

Well I'm 42 now, and I'm still learning. I didn't touch a sewing machine until my 30's.

I had a small green, kid sewing machine. I was about 12 years old.

I watched my mother sew clothes for us until I was about 13 years old. Then she taught me how to make my first dress. Still sewing 60 years later.

I got my first chain-stitch Singer child's sewing machine when I was 7. I've been sewing ever since.

I was a late learner began sewing after retirement at age 59 so have only been at it for 7 year. Joining my local quilt guild has been wonderful. The ladies have taught me a lot we always have a good time. I also love to craft that includes sewing many things.

I started learning to sew at 13 years old in 9th grade Home Economics class. I went on to being a Home Economics teacher and have been sewing for 56 years.

Wow, Thank You! I learned to sew by watching my Mom. I'm not sure when I started to sew, but I was very young. I mostly would hand sew when I was younger. Later, my Mom gave me my own machine to keep me from hers!

I don't know how old I was when I started sewing- pretty young, though. I know I used to sew my own doll clothes when I was a kid!

I was maybe 5 or younger. My Grandmother taught me on her traedle machine. I made 4 patches.

I started sewing in 4-H when I was 10 years old- later was a 4-H leader for 10 years.

I started sewing when I was about 5 yrs. old. No one taught me, I just played around and taught myself. Once I reached High School I took Home Ec and I learned the "correct" way to make things.

My mother taught me. I was 14. Unfortunately I can't submit my entry because I live in Quebec.

I was around 14, and "forced" to take home ec in jr. high. Sewing is the only thing I still remember from that class!

Around 8 Both mom and Gramma were expert sewers and learned from them

Home Ec. in 7th and 8th grade and did I ever make a mess!

Around 5 years old with a sewing machine that was always accessible I began with potholders under Mother's supervision.

I took home ec in junior high. But they never got to sewing in my class. So I taught myself at 20, wjen expecting my 1st bany

maybe about 8

I was in Home Economics in the 7th grade and sewed a skirt.

I started sewing in 5th or 6th grade in 4-H and then in 7th grade home ec... My cousin's Grandma Anna taught us to sew "petal pillows" by hand piecing what I now know in the quilting world as dresden plates!! )

The first thing I made was a skirt when I was 8 years old.

I started sewing at age 5 with my mother teaching me.

I started sewing in 7th grade in home-ec.

I started sewing when I was ten, 62 years ago. I evolved from making clothes to being a quilter.

I learned to sew in high school. That was back when they taught home ec in the 70s

I started to sew doll clothes when I was about 10 - made my first dress at 14. Made my own clothes for years but now into quilting. Currently have a Bernina that I have used for years!

I learned how to sew when I was about ten. My mother taught my sister and I on a treadle machine! Plenty of projects waiting to be made for the holidays!

I first started to sew when I was 11 years old but did not start quilting until a year ago at 58! Looking good forward to using this month to get all those UFO's finished that got put aside for summer company and travelling.

I am looking forward to all 4 weeks. Especially sewing for grandbaby and the christmas week! Bernina is the very best in machines, its what i learned on, on my mothers. There is no finer machine.

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