Wednesday, November 2, 2011

November Stitch & Share Challenge

Hey y'all!  Today I'm putting up the linky post for our November Stitch & Share Challenge.  I have been wanting to work on this month's project for awhile, so I am excited about this one!  :-)

The Sew Lux Stitch & Share Challenge
  • During the first week of every month, we will post a challenge theme.  This may be a technique that should be used or a concept to base your project around.
  • If a technique is to be used in your project, we'll share a step-by-step tutorial within the first week of the month to show you what to do just in case the technique is new to you.
  • On the challenge announcement post, we'll put up a a linky for you to add your projects to.  When you have a project ready, share on your blog about what you made and add your post to the linky.  If you don't have a blog, you can link to a Flickr photo.  This will make it easy for us to check out everyone's projects!  (A Few Rules: Make sure your project and your post is specific to this challenge and is not a giveaway/promotional post.  Please link back to the challenge post as well and visit the other participants' project posts.)
  • Each month, we'll select a random winner from participants who link up their project to win a $20 gift certificate to  You must link your project by the last day of the month to be entered for the random winner drawing.
For this month's challenge, we're giving you another theme ... CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS!  Make a holiday stocking for your mantel or someone else's! :-)

We'll be sharing several tutorials throughout the month to get you sewing, so stay tuned! If there is anything you'd like to see us include or show you, please let us know in the comments and we'll see what we can do!   I will have a basic pattern available in a few days.  :-)

Remember to post a link to your project by 11:59 PM EST on November 30th to be eligible for the gift certificate drawing!  :-)  Please email us if you have any questions - sewlux (at) gmail (dot) com.

We'll post a winner on December 1st!

Happy Sewing! :-)


  1. Ooh, stockings! Christmas is coming!
    I'd love a tute for an Elf stocking if possible, please :)

  2. Thanks for the tutorial links, Chrissy :) I love my Elf Stocking and have made one for my daughter and one to give away.


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