Monday, June 18, 2012

Would you believe another giveaway?


One is good, two is better, and I guess three is best! While I was going through all of my patterns and such, I realized that I had a bunch  for little girls dresses that no longer will fit my granddaughter(Most are size 1-4). Why keep them when I can have a giveaway and someone who can use them can win! So I will stuff as many patterns in a flat envelope as I can and send it on to the winner! Here are some of the patterns I found.

How do you win? Just leave a comment, any comment will do but I do love hearing about sewing for kids and their reactions! For a second chance, follow my blog and comment that you do. For a third chance, mention the giveaway(s) on your blog and let me know that you did!  Giveaway ends June 28th at midnight with the winner chosen on the 29th. Please be sure that I can get in touch with you!

14 comments:

  1. My granddaughter is in love with sewing these days! She picked out fabric for a quilt for her bed and would love her own sewing machine. She's only 6 and I love that she wants to create already! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. My son loves the few items I've made for him. His current favourite is a pair of Star Wars Comics fabric shorts. He wears them as often as I can keep them washed!! It's exciting when he comes along to the fabric store with me and says, "is it time for the cutting counter yet, mom?"

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  3. I love sewing for children. The best thing is that it takes little fabric (a yard and such)so I can splurge on designer fabrics once in a while.
    Secondly, children's clothes are forgiving, your mistakes will not be noticed and they will outgrow the clothes in a jiffy.

    Njeri
    cutekipepeo@gmail.com

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  4. I love sewing outfits for my two girls. They love matching and always get comments. I just finished sewing outfits for Disney World and the girls want to wear the outfits right now!
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  5. GFC blog follower- mframe00
    mframe00@gmail.co

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  6. I would love to make some cute dresses for my nieces.

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  7. I am just getting started sewing and have a beautiful niece who fills the little girl void im my soul. God only deemed that i have 1 very beloved little boy; then he gave me this sweet girl to dote on!

    I would dearly love patterns to mske her dresses! She loves anything from her aunt melle! How special would it.be to make her a dress and me a skirt in the same material to havr auntie pictures of the two of us?

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  8. I am new to quilting and I am not yet willing to try to sew a pattern (so don't let me win) but I would love to trade dress sewing for quilting. I found and bought a cute pattern for a dress made with the Ghastly line of material but sadly not up to sewing it. Any way thanks for letting me know about your giveaways.

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

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  9. Oh sadly I have one more thought about sewing for kids when I was a teen my grandmother made my brother and I boxers. And she and my mother made me and him stand on chairs in the kitchen while they examined the fit. Can you say not cool or what.

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

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  10. I have a two-year-old (on Friday) granddaughter and her baby sister is due next week. I would love your stash of girl patterns! Nora loves for me to sew anything for her. "Wow!" she says. She has to take off whatever it is she's wearing to put on a new outfit made by her Nona. It's good for my self-esteem about sewing.

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  11. My daughter loves helping mew pick out fabric for her dresses!

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  12. I am about to make my first little girl dress - A reversible one with simple A line pattern and a button on each shoulder. Applique on the linen side and a co-ordinating cotton side. I would love some more patterns so I can make more dresses for my little gir. My mum made lots of beautiful cloths for me when I was little and I want to be able to do that for my girl too.

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