Elna Elnita EC60 Giveaway Update

I just wanted to let everyone know that the Elna Elnita EC60 Giveaway is well underway. 

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 just updated the fabric to a beautiful Wool Flannel Plaid Stitches Pistachio Green/Brown. I thought the color was particularly interesting and I wonder what you might think up to make with it.

Remember, please leave your comment on our site, not on Fabric.com to qualify.

How to take care of wool?

If you'd like to learn how best to take care of a wool fabric like this, please check out our post on Proper Care of Wool Clothing: Tips & Tricks.

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33 Responses to Elna Elnita EC60 Giveaway Update

  1. Erika R says:

    I would make a beautiful skirts, thanks!

  2. Leslie Arauz says:

    I would make dresses for my niece and granddaughter..

  3. Susan Buchanan says:

    I would absolutely love to make my class reunion dress out of this gorgeous fabric. I have two reunions to go to in 2023. Can’t believe it will be 50 years since graduating high school!

  4. Monica says:

    For the minky fabric I would make a blanket

  5. Patkat says:

    I will like to sew a just below the knee pencil skirt.

  6. Toni in Niagara says:

    I would like to make a coat!

  7. Toni in Niagara says:

    I would make a jacket to match the skirt!

  8. Anne-Marie W says:

    Hi! With the Wool Flannel Plaid Stitches Pistachio Green/Brown I’d make the unisex pajamas https://so-sew-easy.com/unisex-pajama-pattern/ and matching home slippers
    With the I’d make an apron or the faviola housewife summer dress https://so-sew-easy.com/summer-dress/ and to have some spring mood I’d decorate baskets with nice fabric inlays and covers like this one https://so-sew-easy.com/fabric-covered-basket/
    Thanks a lot and have a joyful day with plenty of good energy 🙂 best regards!, Anne-Marie

  9. Sandra CUNNINGHAM says:

    I posted this to my sewing group and a member says she is being asked for name, DOB, and other personal questions. then up pops a screen for “Sweepstakes Alerts” asking more questions. (play.sweepstakes…)
    I’m sorry I posted the link because I do not want my group being hacked or otherwise pestered for the sake of a sewing machine. The link I posted was from your site

    • Mayra Cecilia says:

      Hi Sandra, pop up windows are due to the browser and cookies of the user. I don’t send anything other than a Newsletter with 4 articles in it via email. Have your friend delete the cookies and browsing history or even change the browser to say Chrome to get rid of pop up windows. Kind Regards,

  10. liz says:

    i would sew a British style shawl with matching skirt. Kind of like a late 60’s style

  11. Anne-Marie W says:

    hello! With the Wool Flannel Plaid Stitches Pistachio Green/Brown I’d make the unisex pajamas https://so-sew-easy.com/unisex-pajama-pattern/ and matching home slippers
    With the I’d make an apron or the faviola housewife summer dress https://so-sew-easy.com/summer-dress/ and to have some spring mood I’d decorate baskets with nice fabric inlays and covers like this one https://so-sew-easy.com/fabric-covered-basket/
    Many thanks and have a gorgeous happy creative day 🙂 best regards!, Anne-Marie

  12. Carol Kussart says:

    This would make a lovely skirt!

  13. Nariman Toufie says:

    I would try to sew up all the fabric my late mother didn’t get to do.

  14. Mary Robin says:

    I’d make a long button down shirt to wear with leggings. I’m not sure the color would work on me, so maybe for my sister who can handle any shade of green!

  15. Rose says:

    I would use this plaid to appliqué pumpkins on a throw pillow and then use the plaid to repeat in piping

  16. Rosemary Havens says:

    I’d make a wrap with the wool.

  17. kristen360 says:

    I would make a shacket

  18. Anne-Marie W says:

    With Wool Flannel Plaid Stitches Pistachio Green/Brown seen on fabric.com I’d make the unisex pajamas pattern shared by you in the following post: https://so-sew-easy.com/unisex-pajama-pattern/
    That might be cozy to wear and if there was some fabric left, I’d sew some comfortable house slipper “boots” with that ! have a lovely day 🙂 kind regards, Anne-Marie W.

  19. Alma says:

    Lovle long coat

  20. Chrissy Deacon says:

    I’d make a lovely winter A line skirt with this plaid fabric

  21. Hannah says:

    A picnic blanket

  22. Ruth says:

    Haven’t sewn with nice wool in years but this looks like bit would make-up into a lovely mid length skirt

  23. Nydia Hoffelner says:

    I would make some fidget blankets for the home I have started working at.

  24. Ruthann Sudman says:

    I would make a mother/son outfit. A Wear Everywhere skirt for me and a suit jacket for my 2.5 year old son. ❤️

  25. Hilary N says:

    I would make a wrap skirt, held closed with my Irish kilt pin.

  26. REBA A WALKER says:

    Can I leave my comment on here for the wool material? I think it would make a lovely blazer! Put a matching solid turtle neck under it and it would look great!

  27. Dianne Ducello says:

    I would make a jacket or skirt with the lovely wool

  28. Virginia Pflum says:

    I would love to win the Elna sewing machine. They are great machines.

  29. Virginia Pflum says:

    I would love to win the Elna so I could give it to my grand daughter for Christmas.

  30. Monica says:

    A 50’s style long coat.

  31. Lee Zytaruk says:

    I would make a shirt-jacket for my neighbour, she is an wonderful lady, keeps my cookie jar full, and always has a ‘cuppa’ ready. Her fav jacket is now getting threadbare and she could use a new one

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