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. Tabitha Applebee says:

    I love that fabric so much I’m contemplating buying several yards now! It would make the most amazingly comfortable kimono cami…. Or a maxi dress …. Or a beach dress 🤣 I couldn’t just pick one so I’d make them all.

  2. Lorelei says:

    Ooh, you can do a lot of fun things with a border print. And this one is a double border print! I could use it to make a dress with a contrast hem, or it might be fun to put the paisley along the sides of an ankle-length, flowy sundress to emphasize the wearer’s figure

  3. Karen says:


  4. Angie Wall says:

    I would use the fabric to make a. beautiful blouse. I. would use the serger to make more masks to donate so people feel safer during the pandemic.

  5. Vickie Fehr says:

    I would like to learn serging and would like to use it for purse making.

  6. Heather Marchand says:

    My serger is getting old. It’s time for a new one. I would use it for quilting, dress making and other sewing projects of which I always have many on the go.

  7. Diana Williams says:

    I Would simply Love One!!!!!!

  8. Becky Riley says:

    I would make a blouse with the border on the bottom and on the sleeves

    • Ilene says:

      The things you can do are unlimited

    • Peggy says:

      I’ve actually never used one, but keep reading about sergers. I think it would revolutionize my sewing, giving a professional finish to all seams. The paisley would be great for a tunic.

  9. dwidget says:

    dwidget a waterfall jacket

  10. Janet Mayer says:

    I would help my daughter make sundresses for orphaned girls in Haiti

  11. Marcia Gault says:

    Flowy dress. Would be wonderfully cool.

  12. jennifer danielson says:

    I would make tons of pjs for my grandkids

  13. Kerry Engbarth says:

    I would make some flowing palazzo-style pants.

  14. Matilde I Bird says:

    I would make a lounging dress, nice and easy flowing.

  15. Charmaine ellis says:

    I would like this server to improve my skills in the area of finishing Sean’s, working with knits and make a coat for the winter.

  16. db says:

    My serger broke 🙁 Should would love a new one.

  17. Ellen M says:

    I would make a nice maxi dress for my next cruise, whenever that will be. 🙂

  18. Jayne Karlsson says:

    I would make a flowing top

  19. Elaine Hocking says:

    My overlocker has just died and I miss it. I make jersey baby hats for SCBU. I have a ponte Roma skirt to make that needs overlooking. I also want to make some lovely scarves and use the rolled hem….🤞🤞🤞🤞

  20. Celina Low says:

    I want to learn sew to recycling old clothes n accessories.

  21. Ess says:

    I think I would make a work blouse.

  22. dimoklia says:

    I would be really happy if i wan this beautiful machine. I love sewing! I mostly sew varius clothes for my kids! Good luck to everyone!

  23. Gwen Cavalier says:

    There are so many benefits of having a serger.

  24. Beth K says:

    I would sew some knit clothes.

  25. Deborah J Chessar says:

    I would make a top.

  26. Soupbell says:

    The crepe paisley crepe fabric is very pretty. I would maxi a flowing maxi skirt.

  27. Rebecca Price says:

    My grandson loves paisley, so I thought a skirt for his mom and a tie for him.

  28. Cindy Smith says:

    Would make a beautiful breezy beach coverup with those gorgeous colours.

    • Theresa Velazquez says:

      I wish i could enter this brother serger page, but just keeps sending to same page & no entey form??!! Frustrating!!!

  29. Dawn Kuhn says:

    I would make a overlay for wearing over tank tops.

  30. Carmen Vidal says:

    I’d love a wrap skirt, or wrap dress

  31. Dorothy says:

    Gorgeous fabric for a boho dress or blouse.

  32. Carla Woodward says:

    I would make a strappy jumpsuit with a deep v wrapped bodice with ties and loose flowing legs using the border print at the top and lower leg to the cuffs.

  33. Jeanee Bourque says:

    That fabric would make a nice flowy poncho style top, thats what I would make.

  34. Theresa Davey says:

    I would make dresses, skirts and shirts. Sew much fun.

  35. sharon hedrick says:

    I would make a free flowing top

  36. Veronika says:

    I would make a skirt or maybe headbands for my daughter

  37. SJ says:

    I would make a sundress.

  38. Moi Mid says:

    I would like to attempt a top with dolman sleeves, to wear with jeans, and just serge the neck and waist

  39. wolfive says:

    I can picture this fabric as a loose, flowy boho dress with 3/4 length sleeves for this fall.

  40. Lenna Jankul says:

    I would help my granddaughter make some headbands for herself and her sister.

What do you think?