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National Sewing Month 2017

Join us in celebrating National Sewing Month throughout September 2017!

National Sewing Month 2017

Join AllFreeSewing as we celebrate National Sewing Month from September 1st through September 30th, 2017! Together, with FaveQuilts, we'll be posting brand new projects, tutorials, and videos on our site every day from some of your favorite bloggers. 

Don't miss our grand prize giveaway of a BERNINA 215 Simply Red sewing machine and Riley Blake fabric, valued at over $1000! You can enter to win our grand prize by commenting on any of our National Sewing Month projects on AllFreeSewing. 

Celebrate National Sewing Month with us throughout all of September and don't miss out on your chance to win a BERNINA 215 Simply Red sewing machine.

BERNINA 215 Simply Red Sewing Machine Review

Our Grand Prize Giveaway

AllFreeSewing is excited to celebrate National Sewing Month 2017 by announcing our grand prize giveaway, a BERNINA 215 Simply Red Sewing Machine! Perfect for beginner sewists and quilters, the BERNINA 215 Simply Red is incredibly user-friendly and is able to handle thick layers of fabric, so it's great for a huge array of sewing projects. You can read all about this machine in our BERNINA 215 Simply Red Sewing Machine review!

We're also pairing this sewing machine with a fantastic giveaway from our friends at Riley Blake Designs with a collection of fat quarters inspired by Crayola. Together, this grand prize is worth over $1000! You can enter to win by checking out our giveaway page here, as well as by leaving a comment on our new National Sewing Month posts. Don't miss out on your chance to win a brand new sewing machine.

Day 1: Celebrate National Sewing Month

Day 2: BERNINA 215 Simply Red Sewing Machine Review

Week 1: Sew for Your Grandbaby

We're kicking off the first full week of September by sharing some adorable projects that are perfect for your newest grandbaby. Don't miss these beginner-friendly sewing projects that make excellent gifts for your next baby shower.

Day 3: How to Make a Baby Bib

Day 4: Baby Hem Stitch Tutorial

Day 5: The Best Baby Shower Gifts to Give

Day 6: 13 Awesome DIY Nursery Decor Ideas

Day 7: How to Make a Romper: 17 DIY Romper Ideas

Day 8: DIY Ribbon Tag Lovey Tutorial

Day 9: 18 Perfect Little Baby Quilt Patterns

Week 2: Tips and Tricks for Sewists and Quilters

If you've been looking for some new sewing tips and tricks, then you're in luck! Some of our favorite bloggers are sharing their best sewing tips this week. Plus! We asked and you answered; don't miss our collection of reader tips for sewing and quilting.

Day 10: Learning How to Sew: 35 Tips from Our Readers

Day 11: DIY Fabric Organization for the Frugal Minded

Day 12: 5 Tips for Working with Recycled Denim

Day 13: 37 Quilting Tips and Tricks from Our Readers

Day 14: How to Make Ruffles: Using a Ruffler Foot

Day 15: What is Bias Tape?

Day 16: Vintage Style Dress Tutorial Without a Pattern

Week 3: Sew Your Fabric Stash

If you've been searching for ways to clear out your fabric stash, then you'll love our fun scrapbuster ideas and projects. Designed for sewists searching for new ways to be budget-friendly, these sewing and quilting projects are aimed at putting your leftover fabric to good use!

Day 17: DIY Fabric Bookmarks with Felt Applique

Day 18: Quilting and Sewing with Fabric Scraps

Day 19: No-Sew Rolled Jean Coasters


Day 20: 15 Festive Scrap Sewing Projects for Christmas

Day 21: 36 Scrap Quilt Ideas for Your Fabric Stash

Day 22: Quilting on a Budget: 15+ Tips for Stretching Your Dollar

Day 23: 13 Beginner-Friendly Kitchen Sewing Projects

Week 4: Christmas in September

Our readers are already looking towards the holiday season, so we're bringing you some fun Christmas-themed projects that you can make ahead for December. From fun DIY ornaments to a brand new quilt pattern, you won't want to miss these fun Christmas sewing projects.

Day 24: Vintage Car with Christmas Tree DIY Ornament

Day 25: 33 Easy Sewing Projects for Winter

Day 26: 23 Most Wanted Sewn Gift Ideas for Christmas

Day 27: 19 Best Ever Christmas Sewing Projects

Day 28: Let It Snow Quilt Pattern

Day 29: Felt and Fabric Snow Globe DIY Ornament

Day 30: Best of National Sewing Month

Top 5 Favorite Free Sewing Patterns Free eBook

If you're searching for even more great sewing patterns, then be sure to download our brand new eBook, Top 5 Favorite Free Sewing Patterns! This free eBook includes simple sewing projects, handy projects like DIY dish towels for your kitchen, and even a free quilt pattern from our friends at Riley Blake. Our readers can't get enough of these projects, and now you can download them for free with just the click of a button.

Click here to check out the Top 5 Favorite Free Sewing Patterns eBook!

What's your favorite sewing project that you've ever made? Let us know below in the comments!

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When I was super little and my parents' friends' baby was worn, I sewed him mittens. They were mismatched red felt mittens and I was so proud of them. I think I might have been seven or eight years old at the time.

My favorite sewing project I ever made was a plush fish. It was the first project I ever made with my Girl Scout troop when I was in 5th grade. I didn't do.... a "great" job but I was still super proud of it!

My favorite sewing project ever was the year I made a tablecloth, placemats, Christmas tree skirt and chain, and gave them all to my Mom as Christmas gift.

I made most of my daughters clothes when she was little. Now I sew for her kids.

my first lesson was in Grade 6 (approx. 12 years old) and we made linen kitchen towels...got me hooked on sewing and I made my own wedding dress

Your own wedding dress?! That is so impressive. I'd love to see a photo if you have one. )

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