Friday, November 16, 2012

It's Time For a Giveaway!!

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we want all of our customers to know how THANKFUL we are for you!!  So what better way to say thanks than to give back, right?  We want to give one lucky lady (or gentleman) their choice of 3 E-Patterns!!  The winner can choose from any of the E-Patterns we currently have for sale on our website.  With over 40 WONDERFUL pattern designers featured in our shop, you will have a hard time deciding which 3 to choose.  The winner will be chosen on Cyber Monday (I mean, we are giving away E-Patterns so it only seems fitting.) 

So go ahead and enter!  If the Rafflecopter widget isn't showing up, try using another browser or refreshing your page.  Good luck, everyone!!  Thanks so much for supporting our shop!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

58 comments:

  1. I just finished a Martha Pullen aline, and I'm about to work on some pants for my granddaughter using some chevrons.

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  2. I'm working on an Oliver + S class picnic blouse as a dress.

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  3. Arden Bolero Jacket is going to be my next pattern.

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  4. I would like to attempt Miranda's Dress by Olabelhe.

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    1. I've been wanting to try that one, too! Very pretty :)

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  5. Must finish a Vanilla House dress...then it's Holly & Hunter by Bonnie blue...matching outfits for granddaughter and new grandson.

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    1. I love brother/sister sets! How sweet!

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  6. I want to make my daughter the winter twirl girl from Ellie Inspired. And a few other ones from her too.

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    1. The Winter Twirl is gorgeous :) I'm a fan of all Ellie Inspired patterns.

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  7. Very exciting! Thanks for the chances to win! I'd like to make the winter twirl from Ellie. So cute.

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    1. You are so welcome!! I love the fur trim at the bottom of the dress in the photos, perfect for Christmas!

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  8. I am sewing pants with the Britches and Bloomers pattern by Jackie Clark.

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  9. I am sewing some scientific seamstress perfect pants patterns. I can't decide what to do next.

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    1. I love all the Scientific Seamstress patterns!

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    1. My sweet baby is the model on the cover of that pattern. One of my favorites, too :)

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  11. I want to make myself the Summer Fling top by Make It Perfect as my next "me" project. I rarely make anything for myself so I figured it would be about time ;P

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    1. Yes! Make something for yourself! Love the sash on that one ;)

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  12. I want to make Jewel's Stripwork dress by Create Kids Couture next

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    1. I've been wanting to make that one, too!

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  13. I'm just about to start Ellie Inspired's Elsie Marley--so cute!

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    1. So many possibilities with that dress :)

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  14. I just purchased the Uptown Girl by Ruby Jean Patterns!

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  15. I am going to try a few Blank slate patterns by Melly Sews.

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  16. They have some adorable little boy patterns!

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  17. I am in the process of making 2 appliqued & quilted name pillows, they are my own pattern.

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    1. Those will definitely be some special pillows :)

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  18. Arden Bolero Jacket is going to be my next pattern
    agnesye@hotmail.com

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    1. Such a cute pattern for this time of year!

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  19. My 11 year old daughter is the one who is learning to sew and do patterns, I bought her a new sewing machine for Christmas so these patterns would be really cool for her to make.
    Kaci Guisinger Harrison

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    1. That's so awesome! If you ever need help picking out patterns or finding something she would like, please let us know. We'd love to help!

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  20. Getting ready to start a pattern test for Pixie Dust Patterns.

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    1. Have fun! I love testing new patterns!

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  21. I just finished Sew Liberated's Schoolhouse Tunic (I made it nursing :) ) and I'm ready to start Sew Liberated's Ashland Dress!

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    1. Both of those are gorgeous! Now I want to them up, too!

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  22. I am working on Miss Mary by the Handmade Dress for my daughter Maybelle.
    Rafflecopter name: Mechele JOhnson

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  23. Right now I'm working on bibs for my daughter's school but I would really like to make myself a skirt from the Sew Serendiptiy Skirts book. I also have many more peek-a-boo patterns to make clothes for my daughter.

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    1. Definitely take time to make something for yourself! But those Peek-a-Boo patterns sure are cute :)

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  24. Hi!
    Whimsy Couture scrappy twirl skirt has my eye - I have a sweetie for that skirt. AND do I have the scraps!!! Thanks for the chance.

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    1. That skirt is perfect to make AFTER you've finished a few projects, isn't it? Always turns out so cute!

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  25. Elle inspired twirl dress. Bought the pattern a while ago and finally found the perfect material to make it for a Christmas dress

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    1. I LOVE Christmas dresses! Please post a pic when you get it done!

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  26. I want the ottobre womens issues you have for sale. I just finished a lily giggle rosey skeggings and oh deer to... next up will be my girls christmas dresses - pattern undecided and the lg bolero's for over the dresses

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    1. Hey Jen! Did you order it already? Ottobre is amazing! Ellie Inspired and The Handmade Dress both have some really cute Christmas dress patterns.

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  27. Whimsy couture hooded scarf pattern for Christmas patterns, a Shwin & Shwin Maggie Mae with long sleeves, Abbey jacket, and Desmond jacket, a Heidi and Finn Outfitter jacket, some houndstooth blank slate pants, matching Christmas pjs, peek-a-boo shop's lil' long johns, oh and a houndstooth knit dress and leggings from lilygiggle. Phew!

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    1. I've got a ton of Christmas sewing to work on, too! I've had the fabric and patterns picked out for months, yet I've made little progress. Sounds like you'll be busy :) Share some of your finished pieces when you're done!

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  28. I'll be making pillowcases and ornaments as C-mas gifts. Need to get busy!

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  29. I finished my Christmas sewing last weekend. I'm looking forward to spring sewing!

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    1. Wow! I need some of your motivation ;) Christmas sewing is fun and all, but I love spring sewing! All those adorable little dresses in bright colors...

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  30. I'll be making a new bag for my daughter for christmas.

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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! I'll try to respond as quickly as I can! Have a fabulous day full of sewing!