Brother Serger Giveaway Enters Final Week

I just wanted to let everyone know that the Brother Serger Giveaway is entering the final week now.  In fact, it ends next Sunday on August 2!  It feels like the giveaway on just started.  How time flies..

Also, if you've followed any of our previous giveaways, you'll know we usually change the fabric selection with the “Tell Us What You'd Make With This” option to enter with a comment on the page a couple of times just to keep things interesting.

Well, we've recently updated the fabric to a beautiful Teal/White/Multi Paisley Print Crepe.  I think you'll really like this one.  Paisley prints like this are especially popular in casual boho-chic designs.

Remember, please leave your comment on our site, not on to qualify.  We've also added a couple new ways to enter via Facebook, Twitter, and visiting our Ko-Fi page.

So What's Boho?

If you'd like to learn some more about the Boho Chic style, please check this article explaining What Is Boho Chic Anyway?

So what is Boho Chic anyway?

For some ideas on what you can make with this new fabric, here's a hint:  Just check our super popular 3/4 Sleeves Boho Blouse.

3/4 Sleeves Boho Blouse – Chic Casual Fridays

If you haven't got any entries in yet, there's still time.  Don't miss out!

Go to the Giveaway

Good luck to everyone in the contest!

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86 Responses to Brother Serger Giveaway Enters Final Week

  1. craftirn says:

    Flowy summer pants–with the new serger if I win!

  2. Erika Estrada says:

    A pair of workout pants and top. With a matching mask.

  3. Laura Fuller says:

    A flirty summer dress

  4. Dara Miller says:

    I would upcycle old clothes! And if i had new fabric i would love a new skirt

  5. wanita12 says:

    are we able to enter daily or is it just a one time entry for each of the platforms?

  6. wanita12 says:

    I would make a top. I love paisley but only as a top or bottom. Then I would like a solid for the very nice affect.

  7. VV says:

    I love to finish all seams with my serger.

  8. fairlight m says:

    a wrap around skirt

    • Shaunna J says:

      Since it is like a swim suit fabric/ active type fabric, I think the fabric would make fabulous leggings or shorts. Would look really cute with a black crop top or sleeves top.

  9. VV says:

    A pretty scarf

  10. Susan G MacLeod says:


  11. Peggy Melfi says:

    I’d make a tunic top with the neat border print at the hem

  12. Carolyn Tolbert says:

    Love the multi paisley. I’d make a dress. And maybe a bolero too.

  13. VV says:

    The fabric would be great for making the Bohemian Tunic.

  14. Tobie says:

    I would make loose fitting pants or a gathered skirt

  15. Patricia Page says:

    I am making Roman Shades, duvet cover and pillows. The Brother Serger quality is superior to other brands I have used in the past. I love the speed, stitches and the finished project results. This serger has to be the quietest on the market, which is a plus.

    • Doris Probus says:

      I am a retired nurse. But can’t stop being busy, if that makes sense. I’ve always liked sewing. The idea of making my own clothes to fit me is very exciting. I’ve always loved a challenge. I have already made a couple blouses just from some Walmart material and a couple skirts with zippers! I do see how the edges need finishing. I did try the French seam and do really like it. But if I had a serger it looks like it would be so much faster. Once I learn to use the serger lol. So please enter me. Thank you and God bless.

  16. Joan says:

    I would love summer blouses from this fabric.

  17. Sherree M Greenwood says:

    I have always wanted a serger, to easily finish seams and make my projects quicker to finish. I was laid off, and I could use my time to sew more.

  18. lyndavz says:

    I would make doll cloths for my granddaughter.

  19. Lorena García Rivas says:

    I like this fabric for a tunic and also could be used in floaty comfy yoga pants. I actually don´t have my very own sewing machine and usually use one from my tenant

  20. Tobie says:

    I would make a gathered skirt

  21. VV says:

    This fabric would make a very pretty dress.
    The stitch width adjustment no longer works on my Brother serger. I would love to have a new serger.

  22. Maria Elena says:

    Me encantaría hacer una blusa con ese borde, o oun vestido, aprovechando el estampado <3

  23. Susanne Winterhalter says:

    I would make more masks and give my old mashing to a young mom.

  24. sewingwithd says:

    I would make a Whisper Blouse in that fabric and would love a new serger. Mine is very old!

  25. Vivian says:

    I would make a dress

  26. VV says:

    The fabric would be perfect for a blouse.

  27. Suzanne I DAndrea says:

    I would make some flowy skirts for my two grand daughters.

  28. Suzanne I DAndrea says:

    I would make some float skirts for my two grand daughters.

  29. Denise says:

    I would make a flowing skirt.

  30. catyrag says:

    I’ve never had one but I’d love to, so many garments to make!!!!!

  31. Kaitlyn Sickles says:

    I would make a mask a hair bow and a hair band

  32. NICOLA MALEE says:

    I would make face masks so that I can go shopping for sewing accessories as I’m just starting to move from basic to intermediate 🙂. Absolutely love learning to create things I never thought possible earlier this year.

  33. Kathleen Wyckoff says:

    I love to sew and I’ve wanted a serger for years! It just never seems to show up in the budget. 🙂 I’ve got hundreds of projects to make and I’d be so much more likely to actually get more of them done with a serger. Good luck to everyone and thanks for the contest!

  34. Anna says:

    I have always wanted one but never could get one. See so many things I would love to make, using a serger.

  35. Jamie Thayer says:

    I’d make a tunic to wear with leggings. I love the look of serged seams too.

  36. Sadie says:

    Summer top

  37. Lorie McAnelly says:


  38. Sandra Taylor says:

    Cool top with spaghetti straps

  39. Pamela Jacobs says:

    I’ve never had a serger and it would speed up my seam finishing greatly.

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