Thursday, October 28, 2010

WE HAVE A WINNER!

Thank you to all of you who joined my blog and entered this contest! The winner is....

Paolla Wanglon!!!
I will be contacting you via email for your shipping address. Congratulations!




It's that time again! While organizing my vintage patterns I came across a few duplicates to give away to my fellow vintage sewing enthusiasts. In this group we have Simplicity 1575, 1662, 1657 and 1676. All 4 patterns are SIZE 14 These are UNCUT and UNUSED with Primers (but missing envelop jackets). I will ship these 4 fab dress designs to one lucky winner (worldwide)

How to enter:
- Follow my blog (I need some love!)
- Tell me your favorite pattern by posting a comment
- Tweet or link this giveaway on Facebook for an extra entry!

The winner will be selected using a random number generator on Thursday, November 4th - Good luck!


33 comments:

  1. Hi Stephy!!
    I tried to follow your amazing blog but bloggers gives me an error...
    sooo, I really like the 1662, because of the circle dress and the wrap shape!!

    Fingers crossed!! :)

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  2. I LOVE 1662, but will 1662 love me? i love the wrap around dress pattern it seems so happy.+

    I even have the fabric for it..... red and blue!!

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  3. Yes, I love 1662 too... But I like all reality. I was browsing your blog and you have wonderful things. I will return often ...

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  4. I love them all but especially 1662 because of the wrap around back. Sooo cute!

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  5. I'm a new follower and I love 1575.

    Thanks!

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  6. I love them all, but I'm a sucker for a wrap dress so if I had to choose just one it would be 1662. I have been a loyal follower for awhile now and I am posting you on FB right now!

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  7. Hi, just discovered your blog from Sew Retro, and I love 1676. I think the cape is so cute. Looking forward to seeing more of your blog and also posting on FB right now.

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  8. I follow you on Google reader - I doubt that's the same. Pattern 1662 would be unreal!

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  9. I love 1657. The shoulder detail is so cool, and I love the little bolero. And the front seam could be really great for a cheveron pattern.

    What a great give away! Thanks so much!

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  10. I love 1575, especially the collar. Though I like the cape from 1676 too!

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  11. I actually just recently started following your blog via blogger, so I'm a newbie. ;)

    I love the wraparound of 1662, but 1657 looks darling, too. I refuse to choose between them, I'm sorry! ;)

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  12. Great giveaway! All of the patterns are great, but I think my favorite is 1657. Thanks for the chance to win! pe_mayfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. I follow you and I have twitted about the giveaway. I love all the patterns, but 1657 makes me happy justt by looking at it!

    Great giveaway!

    @paollawanglon
    paollawanglon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. I like the shoulder details and jacket of 1657

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  15. Hi there, 1657 because of the little jacket!

    I just started following you! xoxo

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  16. I'm a new follower and I love 1657 because of the shoulders!

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  17. I like the 1575 because of the versatility at the collar and shoulders. 1662 is my favorite for the look of it but I doubt I'd actually wear a dress with a wrap back often enough to choose it first :) I'm following you!

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  18. 1657 looks darling, I love the bows. I'd be interested in wining any of these patterns. Thanks for the chance to win. :)
    _Kyla

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  19. Hi! New follower, but I can't wait to catch up on your posts.

    My fav pattern of the 4 is 1662 because I am in love with wrap dresses.

    tartdeco at gmail dot com

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  20. Joined as a follower. Don't know how to do FB stuff yet, although I am on FB. 1575 is my favorite; it reminds me of a dress I made in high school (early 80s). I didn't realize then that I really adored vintage styling and fit. I am 45 now, and have been exploring the greatness of vintage styling and fit for a few years now.

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  21. New Follower and vintage lover! I love the 1657 because it would hide my full hips! LOL...
    I never realized the potential that vintage style has to offer and now that I finally have a dedicated sewing space, I am now starting to sew these items for myself. Any of these patterns would make a great addition to my closet! Thanks!

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  22. SO I usually just use Google Reader. I finally added myself as a follower because well these patterns look just too good not to at least TRY to win them :) And whoever wins - send some pics of what you make :) :) :)

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  23. Hello everybody. My favorite pattern is actually a cardy to knit. It's really vintage looking, so cool. Good weekend all.

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  24. I like 1657! I love the adorable little bows on the shoulders!

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  25. I am sharing the love by following your blog. I love 1575. Am I the only one who does??? They are all nice but that is my fav.

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  26. I would love to try 1575, the lain scoopneck mdel. Looks like a classic sheath dress.timeless!

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  27. Hello, I am new to retro sewing but here thanks to my daughter! I love all four and especially #1575, I am just starting to find vintage patterns and have started a blouse from a vintage pattern. Please pick me!!!
    Robin

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  28. I love your blog. I like all the patterns but I love the collar on 1575.

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  29. I think I like 1657 the best. I think the bodice is super cute, I really like the shoulder ties.

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  30. Easy decision, 1662, because I have just purchased the same design in a vintage child pattern for my toddler daughter and I love mother-daughter fashion! Judging by the promotion of being mother-daughter clothing on many of my vintage patterns, its evidently been popular since at least the '40s too (though I would rather forget about some of the patterns from my '80s childhood!).

    Pretty blog, I'm off to nosy in your etsy shop too now!

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