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Welcome to day 27 of our Holiday Giveaway! Win a Janome Magnolia 7034D Serger. Comment on this blog article by 9AM (EST) Monday, January 3rd (that’s a whole week!) to be entered to win!

Celebrate the holidays in style with the Janome Magnolia 7034D! A serger is the perfect companion machine for the developing sewist, and a must for creating professional-looking garments. The Magnolia 7034D gives you a wide range of serging features in a compact machine. With easy dial adjustments and 1,300 stitches per minute, you’ll get your projects done quickly and easily. Janome is widely recognized for quality and precision sewing machines and sergers. Find out more at www.janome.com.

Comment to Win: Where do you shop online?

Congratulations to melonhead who won the a Rhinestone Start Up Kit from M&J Trimming!

Congratulations to nabettina who won the HUSQVARNA VIKING® Sewing Machine!

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This giveaway is sponsored by Janome

1808 Comments

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    Dec 31, 2010, 05.41 AMby simonewarrior

    I shop at eBay & Amazon….please this is the one I have been waiting for…please….please….please…..PICK ME!!!! I NEED a SERGER SO BAD!!!Christmas has come and gone and my birthday is on January the 5th and I will be turning 35…. Please make my Birthday!!!!! Thank you…

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    Dec 31, 2010, 05.04 AMby sonziekat

    Etsy!

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    Dec 31, 2010, 04.33 AMby lillybeeandpaul

    Fabric & Patterns: Purlsoho.com ( I am addicted to this store it is sooooo beautiful), Oliver+S, Sewmamasew, Etsy, volksfaden.de (cool european kids patterns)

    Jewlery & Bags & Pottery & aehmm, really everything that is lovely and I don’t really need: Etsy

    everything else: Amazon

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    Dec 31, 2010, 04.12 AMby abbierob

    I generally google or bing search for what I’m looking for. Most always I end up buying from amazon or overstock. I’d really enjoy that serger! Been eyeing one for a while now, but a tinsy bit out of my price range!!

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    Dec 31, 2010, 03.44 AMby lildab

    For books, I shop Half.com; sewing supplies I generally find them on sale at JoAnn’s; and, other items, I generally go to Amazon.

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    Dec 31, 2010, 03.14 AMby magaca

    I don’t shop much on line. I recently bought some books for my husband @ Barnes and Noble. There was free shipping and 20% off on line. I luv good deals!!

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    Dec 31, 2010, 02.59 AMby Bronteroo

    I just bought three new patterns from Lanetz Living! Deals that Matter is another good site though.

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    Dec 31, 2010, 02.40 AMby lemur00

    Living in a rural area for years meant I did a lot of shopping online from many retailers. For craft stuff I like Fabric.com, Natural Pigments, Fabulous Yarns, Elann.com, G and S dyes, Aurora Silk, Hotpatterns among others. Ebay can be useful of course.

    I prefer anything that takes paypal as opposed to credit card. It’s also nice when they don’t soak you on shipping to Canada.

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    Dec 31, 2010, 02.20 AMby BinkandBubbs

    I love Etsy and also Fabrics.com.

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    Dec 31, 2010, 01.58 AMby coachwife8

    Etsy, Amazon, artists who design their own patterns (usually found on Etsy or sewing blogs)!

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    Dec 31, 2010, 12.42 AMby pdriggs

    I like Trendy Fabrics,

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    Dec 31, 2010, 12.22 AMby altheacat

    amazon, zappo’s, barnes and noble, modcloth (if i have extra $$$), ETSY :-)

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    Dec 31, 2010, 12.06 AMby deanasalas54

    Etsy, Artfire, Target, Ebay, Craigslist, www.grandinroad, www.reprodepot.com, www.rubyjane.com, www.agrainofsand.com, www.pinupgirlclothing.com & lamuerteapparel.com are my favorites.

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    Dec 31, 2010, 12.05 AMby NYAM Afia Cayee'

    Fabric Mart.com, Amazon.com, Etsy.com, Ebay.com, Half.com, DSW.com, Mood.com

    I purchase some fabric, books, shoes, music, electronics, vitamins/health products, and documentaries online most of the time. Other than that, if I make a purchase it is in store, on sale of course!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 11.37 PMby yllyanna

    Usually ebay and Amazon, but as a knitter, too, I also love Elann.com and KnitPicks.com. I don’t know how I could have lived without my serger, but it is now 25 years old… so a bright, shiny new one would be oh sooo welcome!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 11.33 PMby ggexpansive

    i shop on line at overstock , they some times have good deals on cutting supplies or books.
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    Dec 30, 2010, 11.14 PMby stbean

    I like Fabric.com because of the wide variety of fabrics for every project, notions and the selection of yarns for knitting is pretty good. It’s a sort of one-stop-shopping for the basics. But when I want something special I have to visit my local fabric store where nothing is ever thrown out for being out of fashion and there are shelves to the ceiling packed with a few generations worth of fabulous (and perhaps dusty) fabrics.

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    Dec 30, 2010, 11.12 PMby mayadaughterofsun

    I never did shopping on line so far, not really so popular in my country, and we still don t have pay pall:( Hope things will change…

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    Dec 30, 2010, 10.34 PMby Michelle Scott

    I start with Amazon or etsy and then Bing search for anything I can’t find. Really depends what I’m looking for. But I sure like my Burda designs! Thank you!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 10.09 PMby patterngrams

    I do the majority of my shopping on etsy + ebay for gifts & supplies. for art I really like society6.

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    Dec 30, 2010, 09.59 PMby angela12

    I shop ebay, etsy and amazon. I would love a serger

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    Dec 30, 2010, 09.51 PMby sew1905

    Usually Amason but I’ve just discovered Etsy and love it!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 09.51 PMby sew1905

    Usually Amason but I’ve just discovered Etsy and love it!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 09.34 PMby jellis1974

    ebay and vena cava for corsetry stuff

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    Dec 30, 2010, 09.20 PMby reubertochter

    I rarely shop online, but when I’m searching for something I do it on eBay..

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    Dec 30, 2010, 08.57 PMby wowandflutter

    ooh, etsy. Sometimes thinkgeek for my nerdy husband and oxfam for everyone else! For notions, small local Australian vendors.

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    Dec 30, 2010, 08.56 PMby amenhotep4

    If it isn’t for something unique and handmade (I really try to go directly to the artist’s site or etsy/artfire) then do some massive searching to get the best price. Lots of Novica this year!!!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 08.49 PMby lily3lily3

    Etsy!! :D

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    Dec 30, 2010, 08.23 PMby choctawcharli

    Oh, I do a lot of shopping online. I live in a rural area so MOST of my shopping is online! Fabric.com, Amazon.com have their own buttons on my toolbar! VogueFabrics.com (I subscribe to the swatch service) and FashionFabrics.com are also favorites. For the kids in the family (and a certain DIL) BugFabrics.com comes in handy as does eQuilter.com. Ebay once in a while and Walmart.com and Costco.com every so often. But their stores are within a couple hour’s drive so I usually ship to store to save shipping. When I do shop online I try to meet what the goals are for free shipping, or in Amazon’s case I joined the PrimeClub. It was worth it since I usually buy something from them at least once a month!

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    Dec 30, 2010, 08.13 PMby wegener

    I shop at amazon.co.uk for books, etsy provides me with patterns and craft supplies. Asos and Office cures my shoe hunger.

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