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Congratulations to our WeAllSew National Sewing Month Challenge contest winners! To celebrate this year’；s National Sewing Month in September， and the passion we all have for home sewing， we hosted a month full of fun weekly challenges complete with great prizes.
Our Week 1 challenge invited fans to show us where you sew. Congratulations to WeAllSew fan？sandymadison？with her entrypersonalised mothers day gifts， Sandy’；s Little Slice of Heavenly Peace!accent pillow case baby home and living
Sandy’；s prize is a？golden BERNINA 125 Anniversary foot #1 in celebration of our BERNINA 125？Years Anniversary!
Our Week 2 challenge invited fans to create something from your stash. Congratulations to WeAllSew fan？strudel？with her entry， Made Totally From My Stash!
Shelly’；s prize is a pair of Tula Pink 6″ Bent Trimmer Micro Serrated Shears!
Our Week 3 challenge invited fans to show us your favorite sewing tool that you can’；t live without. Congratulations to WeAllSew fan？annsantist？with her entry， I Can’；t Live Without!
Ann’；s prize is an？Olfa 45mm Ergonomic Rotary Cutter!
Our Week 4 challenge invited fans to finish or re-purpose one of your UFO’；s (un-finished projects).Congratulations to WeAllSew fan？Marion？with her entry， Finished UFO!
Marion’；s prize is a？pair of Tula Pink 8″ Fabric Shears!
Our grand prize winner entered all 4 of our weekly challenges and was drawn at random. Congratulations to WeAllSew？fan？annsantist？who entered all four of our weekly challenges and was selected at random as the winner of our BERNINA 215 Simply Red sewing machine!
Check out Ann’；s Week 1 show us where you sew entry here， Week 2 stash challenge entry here， Week 3 favorite tool challenge here， and Week 4 finished or re-purposed UFO challenge here.
Thank you to all who helped us celebrate the passion for home sewing through sharing what you make in our Community Section for our month of challenges!
Every Easter as a kid, my sisters and I would put together an Easter egg tree for the house. This consisted of us spending a whole afternoon blowing the yolks out of eggs, dyeing them, and then decorating a small tree (aka a branch) for the dining room table. This year I wanted to put a modern touch to the classic Easter egg tree, by turning it into a wall hanging. Whether you celebrate Easter or not, this is a fun way to welcome the coming of spring.
If you’re a woman in (or near) your 30s, it’s time to stop looking like you still live in your college dorm room. Since you’re a hardworking professional now, you should start thinking about improving the way your home or apartment looks. You don’t have to make any of these changes if you don’t want, and you certainly don’t have to make any of these changes for anyone other than you. But getting rid of some of your old items and purchasing some of the finer things in life can actually help you feel more productive about being that thing you already dreaded: an adult.
Learn the simplest trick for watering your plants while you’re away. This five minute recycled wine bottle project allows the perfect amount of water flow!