Enter our Husqvarna Viking Serger Giveaway

on August 9 | in Contests & Giveaways | by | with 24 Comments

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Enter our Husqvarna Viking Serger Giveaway! We’re looking for creative, fun entries. Tell us how a (shiny, new, beautiful, top-of-the-line) serger would make your life better!

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24 Responses to Enter our Husqvarna Viking Serger Giveaway

  1. chris says:

    I would love the finished look a serger could lend to my sewing projects. And stretch! How I’d love to work with stretch more!

  2. Margaret says:

    I once tried to make superhero capes for my nieces based on a super hero cape given to my son. I toiled and toiled and toiled to make the seam on the edge beautiful, trying every possible stitch that my machine could do, nothing worked on that satin fabric. I finally settled for a not-so-horrible looking seam. The capes were a mess and took forever to make. And I thought if only I had a serger! I could make the most wonderful symmetrical capes – no puckered, wonky seams! I don’t think my nieces minded the capes’ imperfections, but I did. If only I had a Husqvarna Viking Serger- it really would have been so much faster and much more fun!!

  3. Liz says:

    I just got married and I’m diving into the world of sewing! I absolutely love all the new things I’m learning, and a serger would help me to learn so much more! It’d be really helpful to be able to hem my husbands paramedic pants with a serger instead of sending them off to my mother-in-law!

  4. HopiQ says:

    Oooh! A serger is such a great asset in sewing! I’d love an upgrade of my older 3-thread. Finishing seams professionally makes a huge difference.

  5. Melinda hoy says:

    I have am expecting my 3rd little girl in October and that will make 3 little angels 3 and under in my home. When I got married 4 years ago I got a sewing machine as a bridal shower gift and so began my life as a wife and mother and my love affair with all things fabric! There have been TOO many times I have been up a creek without a paddle. Or halfway through a project without a serger to polish up the piece. Oh my goodness the things I could make for my girls and my home with a serger!

  6. Caroline R. says:

    I’ve started doing clothes for my 4-year old (and her baby doll) and I would love to use knits for shorts and skits and sundresses. My faithful Pfaff has some stitches that are mimicking the overlock but. I like things neat and tidy. Pseudo overlock doesn’t come close to the real thing. Major holdback!! I can only imagine all the cool things I could to with a serger!! Ruffled edges on bouncy skirts, nice finished sleeves with top stitching. Then there are also all the lovely things I could make with bath towels: Hooded bathrobes, super absorbent bibs. With my girlfriends having babies left and right, so many handmade gifts … endless possibilities. And so much time saved on other projects! Sheer curtains, washcloths from reclaimed towels, kids dress-up. OK Got to stop here. *Here is to dreams coming true*

  7. Denise says:

    Yep! I entered and am keeping my fingers crossed! (and toes, and eyes, lol)

  8. Cele says:

    Owning a Husqvarna Viking serger would help me develope my sewing skills and open up new possibilities for creating.
    By the way I also think the name is Cool. Who could resist owning a Viking of their own 🙂

  9. Nicole Ritts says:

    Not only would I LOVE to finally get off my duff and learn the “correct” way to make my boys the most amazing wardrobe (why do girls get all the cute stuff?)but I would hold it for social ransom! Yep that’s right social ransom! I have started a weekly girls night in my tiny tiny kitchen for a group of friends who love to sew. We all are at different levels so not only do we get away from the kiddos for an evening and totally gorge out on all the cheesecake you can handle we teach each other what we know or have learned lately! Unfortunately as of late one thing or another has gotten in the way and we haven’t gotten together like we use to. The intentions are there, but something always comes up, BUT if I have a shiny new serger (which we have all been drooling over) then trust me those excuses won’t matter anymore because my crafty chicks would be there in a heartbeat to play with the happy shiny toy! Yes I would be sharing it with five other girls but man the good times it would bring! Maybe with a serger we would actually get a project accomplished on our sewing nights and not just all the latest gossip and who’s kid is potty training this week 🙂

  10. Jen says:

    I would like to start an after-school sewing group and would use the serger with the kids. Once upon a time at our middle school FCS program made baby quilts, sweatshirts & backpacks. Now the district has cut FCS to one 13 week program for sewing & cooking. We all know that with math & science test scores in the toilet, there’s no math or science in FCS (heavy sarcasm).

  11. Jennifer Trew says:

    It’s not that it would make life better (life what you make of it). I just started sewing about 6 months ago…on a hand-me-down Target bought machine. I’ve already made cushions for my outdoor furniture, a slipcover for an ottoman, apron, capes for my boys, nursing cover, pillows, curtains, reusable sandwich wrappers, luggage tags, winter hat, and a silky blankie for one of my boys! I’m having a blast learning (thanks to a lot of your sewing tutorials) and hope to do SO MUCH MORE! So, a new fancy machine would be very exciting for a girl that wants to do it all! 🙂

  12. Rachelle says:

    I love making children’s clothes
    Teal, Pink and Green and Rose
    But my serger bust
    now it’s in the dust
    and my shops’ temorarily closed!

  13. Meghan says:

    I would love a new serger- it would be great for sewing for my two kiddos!

  14. Sue says:

    I could upgrade my sewing skills and machine, mine is 20 yrs. old and like everything else, I don’t buy a new one till the old one no longer works but a chance to win one is a treat, thanks!

  15. Donelda Leduc says:

    I am retired and a new serger would enable me to continue and expand my craft at another level.

  16. Katie says:

    I have wanted a serger for ages, and this would be a dream!! I make diapers for my little one, and a serger would make the process so much quicker, and the garments that I make would look so much neater with a nice serged edge.

  17. April says:

    Finishing seams would open up a whole world of possibilities for my growing family, from baby clothing to home decor items. It might even become a new career 😉

  18. phyllis says:

    Sewing is my relaxation after a long day at my job. It’s my stress-reliever when my world shakes and my entry to selling goods at craft fairs where I meet many more fascinating folks. Finally, it’s the way I serve my family and community with clothes, bags of all kinds, placemats or blankets and quilts. A Serger would be a whole new way to serve, create and be invigorated in my creative work that I hope to make a growing part of my life!

    Thanks for having this giveaway!

  19. Angela says:

    A serger would help me to break the limits of my creativity. I presently sew by hands all of my works, and you could easily imagine it’s not the same!

  20. Tracy Brooks says:

    To have a serger would help me to develop a more creative side of myself and to do any job well, one needs the right tools! It would be a blessing!

  21. Erika says:

    I would really love to own a serger of my own…My mother has one and live far away from me so I am unable to use it when i need it.

    I want to make my daughter more cloth diapers and a serger would be wonderful for not only the diapers but all the other projects i want to do 🙂

  22. Susanna says:

    I’m having my first child in a couple months, and a lot of things I’d like to sew for baby are knits and would be MUCH better with a serger. It would change my life!

  23. Diana says:

    Well, I don’t have a serger, so I make-do by zig-zagging all my seams afterwards. It doesn’t work nearly as well and is a little sloppy looking. This would make a world of a difference!

  24. Sarah Z. says:

    A serger would be the next step to expanding my skills and love of sewing!

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