NEW Husqvarna Viking Jade 20 Sewing Machine Giveaway!

It's time for another giveaway – just in time for Christmas!  It's been almost six months since our last giveaway where Doreen S. from Eagle Point, OR won the new Brother 1034d serger

And oh what a nice Christmas present it would be to win a new sewing machine like this one.

The Husqvarna Viking Jade 20 we're giving away is a strikingly beautiful machine. Check out these images and I'm sure you'll agree.

This machine is perfect for both beginners and more experienced sewists.

About Husqvarna Viking

Renowned for best in class quality and unique Swedish innovations, HUSQVARNA® VIKING® has spread the joy of sewing for over 140 years. That tradition of innovation and renowned craftsmanship continues today. HUSQVARNA® VIKING® sewing and embroidery machines help sewers transition to the next skill level by providing enthusiasts with unlimited options that will keep them sewing for a lifetime.  All over the world, each and every day, sewing ideas, quilting projects and embroidery creations come to life.

We're delighted to have this opportunity to give away one of their most popular sewing machines.

Let's have a closer look at the Jade 20

This machine is also currently available at Amazon if you just can't wait.. but Amazon is also a great place to go to check out all the reviews and advice on this machine if you're going to hold out for the giveaway.  Feel free to click below to check it out!

You'll find many 5-star reviews like this one around the web:

If you really want a good overview of this machine, have a quick look at this video:

Ends December 25th

The giveaway for the Husqvarna Viking Jade 20 sewing machine will conclude on Christmas Day, Friday, December 25th.

We'll be announcing the winner via our weekly Sunday newsletter email list so please make sure to sign up if you want to hear right away.



There are a couple of different ways to enter.  Make sure you get in as many entries as possible to increase your chances.  We'll be adding more ways to enter as the contest progresses so please check back from time to time.  As always, the best way to really improve your chances is to enter daily and use the button to share the contest with your friends.  You'll get a free entry each time they enter using your link.

Our sponsor has stepped up to cover international shipping (you'll need to pay local import duties if any) so this contest is open WORLDWIDE!  However, please keep in mind that this machine is shipping from the US and so will have a 110v motor.  If you live in a country with 230 or 240v power, it should be pretty easy to get a transformer, but please just keep this in mind.

Enter HERE

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3,287 Responses to NEW Husqvarna Viking Jade 20 Sewing Machine Giveaway!

  1. Rebecca Holmes says:

    The topaz hachi knit is a beautiful color. I would make a shirt and scarf with it.

  2. Judith Martinez says:

    I would make a wrap dress.

  3. Lovely fabric I’d probably make a long tunic with cowl collar and pockets of course. Perhaps even a floor length t-shirt dress.

  4. J.T. Haitsma says:

    I would make a t-shirt with this fabric

  5. kathy a says:

    Looks so comfy, either some PJ’s or a flowing top

  6. Debbie Dominguez says:

    That might make a nice cardigan for my mom, on chilly(to her) days in Florida

  7. Kim Parga says:

    I love that teal fabric! I’d make a loose fitting long sleeved T-shirt.

  8. Pam says:

    lounge pants would be pretty in that color

  9. Laurel A Sorensen says:

    I’d make the Whistler pattern (shawl collared sweater)

  10. Kris Timm says:

    I’d make a long sleeve pullover top

  11. Wonderful to use for removable cushion covers!

  12. Eva Jones-Brewster says:

    This would be a great addition in my quilting room.

  13. Maria says:

    I’d definitely make a cocktail dress with that fabric!

  14. HollyO says:

    A tank top

  15. Dee Reip says:

    wrap dress

  16. Deborah Onyschuk says:

    I would make an over sized t-shirt for my husband

  17. Sandra CUNNINGHAM says:

    the teal fabric would make a lovely cocoon sweater or collared shawl style cardigan.

  18. Leslie L. Oldham says:

    I would make a tunic top.

  19. Barbara Johnson says:

    That teal looks gorgeous! It would make a lovely maxi skirt, or perhaps a dress.

  20. Marlene Howell says:

    At 85 years of age, maybe my quilting enthusiasm would get boosted and improved!

  21. Wendy Benton says:

    Wrap dress would be pretty.

  22. Karla says:

    This fabric would make a lovely top.

  23. Nikki Perry says:

    I would make a cardigan.

  24. Jemika Maxwell says:

    A shirt or dress.

  25. Barb Applegate says:

    I think a nice tunic to wear over a pair of leggings would look great.

  26. Erica Kennedy says:

    I would love to make a dress for my older daughter. She is tall and slim with dark red hair and THIS is her color. Something with just a bit of cling, but not too much. She is a modest young mother of five and loves to look beautiful, but maintain a modest expression of it.

  27. Ruth Hampson says:

    I would make a mid-length, flowy dress.

  28. Renate Shepherd says:

    Face masks and more face masks. Different styles with good quality cotton.

  29. Christine Scott says:

    This would be great made into a shawl collar cardigan

  30. Lorie Mc says:

    lounge pants

  31. Melissa Gregg says:

    I would make a tunic or cardigan.

  32. Melissa Gregg says:

    This would make a nice tunic or cardigan

  33. Any Waspe says:

    I would make a maxi dress with this gorgeous fabric

  34. Andrea Austin says:

    I would make a pretty blouse from it.

  35. Paula D says:

    I would make a comfy caftan

  36. Debra C York says:

    Dress length tunic over leggings

  37. Bridgette says:

    It would make a beautiful shirt

  38. Debra DeShazor says:

    I would make a Cardigan

  39. Carol in Arkasas says:

    I would make a lounge pants and top

What do you think?