Less Than 10 Days Left: Don’t Miss the Chance to Win a $1,149 Janome!

Just a quick reminder to everyone that the $1,149 RRP Janome Giveaway ends in a little over a week's time at midnight US West Coast time on Sunday, May 13.

We want to be able to announce the winner for Mother's Day so please get your entries in.  There's still time to get another couple entries in before the competition closes.

In case you forgot, our sponsors are giving away one of the higher-end computerized, professional, heavy-duty sewing and quilting machines from Janome, the mighty 1600P-QC Straight-Stitch machine!.

The RRP for this robust machine is a whopping $1,149.00!

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Good luck to everyone!

PS:  I've updated the fabric for the comment entry again.  I hope you like it.  Interested to hear your ideas of what you could make with it.  If you need a hint about a good option, please have a look at The Hoodie pattern on our site.  This would be a perfect fabric!

The Hoodie Pattern and Tutorial

 

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77 Responses to Less Than 10 Days Left: Don’t Miss the Chance to Win a $1,149 Janome!

  1. Fani Noulika says:

    The Trinity Bag

  2. Jill Clark says:

    Summer Clothes! I am sick of t-shirts and stretch pants and would love to make some cute jumpers and tunics to wear with leggings and some pull on light weight pants. With pockets. I love pockets. I have an older Singer that is more like a Groaner, so a nice new Janome would be awesome.

  3. Tabitha Keener says:

    Some soft pillows!

  4. StitchinTam says:

    I would make a quilt for the local foodbank.

  5. LizzieT says:

    Sensory weighted pillow

  6. Fani Noulika says:

    A coat for my litle daughter and one for me!

  7. Susan C says:

    I’d love to make a dress!

  8. PFR says:

    This fabric would make a very nice Poncho.

  9. RABIAH ABDULKHABIR says:

    Minky coat for next winter!

  10. PJ says:

    What a lovely plush fabric. It would pick up the turquoise in the guest room curtains. I think a bolster pillow for the guest bed would be lovely in this.

  11. SarahPM says:

    I would make a Hoodie!

  12. Fani Noulika says:

    A coat for me.

  13. Julie says:

    I would make a pillow cover.

  14. Michelle Fay says:

    I would definitely make the throw blanket for the winter days ahead

  15. Rheann Burrus says:

    I’d make two body pillows for my daughter’s beds. A pretty mint color would complement the navy and coral colors they have!

  16. Tabitha Keener says:

    I would make a quilt with minky!

  17. Debbie says:

    I’d make a blanket with the minky.

  18. Fani Noulika says:

    A coat for my little daughter.

  19. Olka says:

    I’d make a hoodie.

  20. Dana says:

    A throw blanket.

  21. Sheila M. says:

    Pillows for my daughter in college.

  22. Elizabeth Kuntz says:

    I can’t say I LOVE to work with Minki but it’s a super sweet fabric for babies. I’m a new Grandma and I would make a Quinn a baby blanket.

  23. Gesina says:

    I would definitely make the hoodies

  24. Cindy Burchfield says:

    I would love to win this awesome machine. My old sewing machine stopped working last night.

  25. Pat L. says:

    A button down jacket. I hope the buttons would be to hard.

  26. Jennie Durocher says:

    I would make cute accessories with it!!

  27. Linda Gajeski says:

    I would make a hoodie for my granddaughter.

  28. Fani Noulika says:

    A bomber.

  29. Karen Werner says:

    I agree, this would make a great hoodie, or a jacket. Love it!

  30. Cheryl says:

    I brought a Janome home with me after I lived in Alice Springs, Australia. I’ve been sewing with it for many years. I would love to make some Christmas gifts for my family.

  31. Jeanne Gold says:

    Changed my mind. Again. Make a bed jacket!

  32. Lydia Helzel says:

    I would make the hoodie.

  33. Kim K says:

    A Valencia Top would also be great with this fabric.

  34. Cat Crain says:

    I think I’d use the knit fabric to make a Dolman Style top 🙂

  35. Diane says:

    I would make a soft short jacket to cover my shoulders while I read in bed. Long ago these were called bed jackets..

  36. Dawn M. Zillich says:

    Very pretty but not my thing. Can’t think of anything I would make with this fabric, sorry.

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