The broadcaster is said to be suffering from strained relations with the company that produces the show, Love Productions, since its decision to move The Great British Bake Off to Channel 4.
Love produces a number of shows for the BBC including Sewing Bee, The Great Pottery Throwdown and Bake Off spin-off show Crème de la Crème.
Sewing Bee began back in 2013 and is presented by Claudia Winkleman.
The last series finished in July 2016, months before the announcement that its sister show, The Great British Bake Off, was to move channels.
The Great British Sewing Bee is reportedly facing the axe from the BBC
The BBC has strained relations with Love Productions since The Great British Bake Off's move
It is understood that no auditions have taken place for a 2017 series.
A spokesperson for Love told Express.co.uk: “No decision has yet been made regarding the future of The Great British Sewing Bee."
The future of both Pottery Throw Down and Crème de la Crème is also uncertain as their 2017 series were commissioned before the controversial Bake Off announcement.
The future of The Great British Pottery Throw Down and Bake Off: Crème de la Crème is also uncertain
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The BBC said in a statement: “The second series of Throwdown began last week on BBC Two, and Creme is on later this year. Decisions on future series (of Sewing Bee, Throwdown and Creme) will be made as part of the standard commissioning process.”
The Great Pottery Throw Down continues next Thursday at 8pm on BBC Two.