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12.12.2010

Giveaway #1- CLOSED

How about we giveaway a Can-Can skirt?

Pink, size 2/3



(Also available here!)

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment telling me what one of your favorite patterns/pdf patterns is.

Open until Dec 17th at noon MST.
Open to international.

294 comments:

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Crissy said...

I love the lil blue boo dress pattern and Dana from MADEs market skirt pattern, both so easy and so cute!

crissybell17(at)gmail(dot)com

noolygirl said...

I love the dinohat pattern! the link escapes me...

Sew Flippin Cool said...

this is SO cute and I have a little 2 year old who would LOVE it! One of my favorite pattern designers is Keyka Lou. She does bags of all sorts.

The Sew Convert said...

So cute! Love to win one for my lil princess:) My fave kid's pattern is Gracie by Sandi Henderson.

SisterlyLove said...

I think this is about the most beautiful clutch I've ever seen: http://noodleheads.blogspot.com/2010/04/gathered-clutch-tutorial.html

Oh my, my niece would fall over with happiness to wear that adorable pink can can skirt!

Genevieve

Stephanie Rose said...

My new favorite pattern is Heidi and Finn's Swing Coat - it's easy to sew and I love it. I don't have any little girls, but know a very special little girl who would LOVE the pink Can-Can skirt!

s84whitley@hotmail.com

Katie said...

My daughter would LOVE this! My favorite sewing pattern is the Oliver & S jumprope dress (view B). I've made two dresses and modified the pattern slightly to make a shirt. I've even used the pockets on a pair of pants.

make it perfect said...

So cute Leisel!
I love the IKate undies pattern :)

Faddict said...

The pink skirt would look perfect on my DD! One of my fave patterns is New Look 6639, I've used it so many time for PJ's and outfits:)

(annoy19@hotmail.com)

deserae said...

I love the flirty skirty apron!

Heather said...

These are sooo cute!! I love all Amy Butler patterns. But who doesn/t??
Thanks for the great giveaway!
h_freund@hotmail.com

Jill said...

Wow! I love them!
One of my fav patterns is JCasa Handmade's list taker. It makes a great gift and is super quick!

Erin said...

I recently made Prudent Baby's fat quarter apron. Turned out great!

Antonia said...

I really love Leila and Ben´s Sweet Dress.
anvazmu@gmail.com

Homemaker Honey said...

Your skirts are beautiful! I don't know many patterns to recommend, sorry.

I'm participating in the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! I hope you have time to stop over and enter my giveaway at homemakerhoney.com

Merry Christmas!

Deborah
Homemaker Honey
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

twelve30 said...

I love almost any Heidi & Finn pattern. And of course the pink tutu is my fave! Thanks for the giveaway.
twelve30@gmail.com

Chare said...

I can't find it right now, but there is an asymmetrical children's coat pattern that I love and really really want to make.. It's on Etsy (i'll keep looking through my hundreds of bookmarks!!!) The whole etsy store is amazing!

Chris of Frecklemama.com said...

Oh my word that skirt is fabulous! I have a 3 yr old daughter named Audrey who loves to swirl and twirl.

My favorite pattern is a simple little girl sundress tutorial done by crazymomquils.blogspot.com. I have made it a few times and marvel at how easy it is every time.

I also love any simple PJ patterns as well as the Melly and Me stuffed elephant pattern.

Haus Frau said...

Hello! One of my favorite patterns is Sew Liberated's Emmeline Apron.

Merry Christmas and thanks for offering the giveaways!

Micmacker said...

ohmagaaaahh! That's an incredible skirt, and every little girl I know would go CRAZY for it! Current favorite pattern is wristlets from Oh, Fransson, mainly because I'm sewing a bajillion of 'em for gifts. I definitely need to follow your blog.

Simply EC said...

First, can I just say that I seriously wish this was a skirt in my size? For real. I'd be all upons.

My favorite pattern, hmmmm. Tough! I really love Oh Fransson!'s mix tap quilt, one of the most well written patterns I've ever worked with!

woodbines-creep said...

totally cute! My favorite pattern of the moment is a free one from robert kaufman. It's the boy scout on-the-go messenger bag :D

senjosuki at yahoo dot com

Angela C. said...

My favorite pattern is the easy fit pants pattern from YCMT. It's the first thing I sewed and it's easy. I would love to win this for my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway.

accoupons at gmail dot com

Katie said...

I love this skirt. I really love No Big Dill Biased skirt (http://thedillspiel.blogspot.com/2010/09/its-okay-to-be-biased.html) and want to make one for myself, but haven't done so yet.

Becky said...

My favorite pattern always seems to be what I'm working on at the moment. Right now that would be from Oh Fransonn's blog, her 12+2=Q pattern which I'm modifying to be a king size.

Kelly O. said...

presently I'm working on the hobo bag pattern by Dana and I love it!

I think this is a GREAT giveaway!
Merry Christmas!

Patti said...

I too made Heidi and Finn's swing coat for 2 of my granddaughters for Christmas. SO easy and they turned out so well. The skirt would be so great!

amy said...

My favorite pattern has to be Virginia Lindsay's crayon art folio pattern! Great giveaway! I am giving a bag away today if you would like to check it out.

em-il-ie said...

I love THIS pattern! I have been eyeing it for a while now. But I would LOVE to just win a skirt for my daughter instead!

emilie_ahern(at)yahoo(dot)com

felicia said...

My favorite is the Lil Blue Boo Sienna dress. But I just bought some ZoZo patterns last night that I'm hoping to love!

Mel said...

Thanks for the giveaway - my littlest would love this skirt! For clothes, I love oliver + s, for bags I love Rae's buttercup bag.

Clay said...

Wow what a great giveaway! I've looked at this pattern a number of times but it would be so much easier to just win it :). I also love the bag pattern by Oh Fransson.
myclaybliss@gmail.com

Mare said...

Ohhh! This skirt is amazing and my niece would completely love it!

Mare said...

Ohhh! This skirt is amazing and my niece would completely love it!

Kimberly said...

What a gorgeous skirt! I do adore this pattern. My favorite pdf patter would probably be Kitschy Coo's hoodie pattern. I made one as a tester and it turned out super professional looking. I get compliments on it all the time.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Tawny said...

Suck a cute skirt. My little girl would be perfect for it in a year. My favourite pattern is kind of a lame choice, but I've used it so many times: McCalls 9206. I've made absolutely everything in the pattern (t-shirts, shorts, pants and even the hat for my little guy).

shelly said...

My favorite pattern of the moment is Amy Butler's Blossom Bag. It came in her Style Stitches book, but she released it as a .pdf for Sew Mama Sew. It's destined to be my next purse.

E52zhe0cmZzfTFjTBIK1csyAPGGAxo34TWEoz25kbGim8Jk- said...

I love Moda Bake Shop patterns.

spiralowlcreations said...

I'm a vintage pattern girl. I just received a boxful of my Great Grandmothers patterns from the 30s to 50s SO happy about that!! Found a dress that is perfect for some iridescent silk I've been hanging onto for 16 years LOL!!
And I *love* that can-can skirt

Peggy said...

favorite pattern is a list taker pattern from.... it escapes me at the moment. The weekend was long and I'm still not awake...

Anonymous said...

I am currently working with the Rollie Pollie pattern from MADE by Dana. She did a nice job with the instructions. My 2 year old would love a can-can skirt!
mfogelson@gmail.com

krmccord said...

I love the Little Blue Boo hoodie pattern. I wish I was better at sewing t-shirts, though!
tk_mccord@hotmail.com

momma b said...

I have a son so right now I'm all about tiny pants!
Dkburroughs21@aol.com

erica said...

I've been dying to try this pattern, and my 2 yr old would be so excited to have this skirt! But, my favorite patterns are from keyka lou, I hasve so many and just love every one!! They are so easy to understand and sew together beautifully. I always get the best comments on items I make from her patterns!

rebekah said...

I have made LBB's Sienna Dress more times than I can count.

rebekahricker at yahoo dot com

sally said...

I bought a pdf pattern for a crayon and paper holder. I've made three, one for each of my kids and they love them. The 17 month old really loves her's because she can finally be like her big brother and sister.

I Love Baby Quilts! said...

I love the newborn pants from Made by Rae. I made elephant ones for my little grandson.

Bolo heads said...

I have a three year old who really needs this skirt. I would have to say that Dana is my fav. she doesn't skip any detail.

Barbieann said...

how fun would this be! I love the little girls dress patterns since I have 2 grand-daughters. Just couldnt decide which one. You did a great job with the makeovers thanks!

Emily said...

I love the patterns from Moda Bake Shop, and I love the can-can skirt even more! My daughter would look so cute in it!

Needled Mom said...

I've always loved this cute pattern.

LT said...

My favorite patterns are the ones from Melly & Me. I love all their animal friends! And I have a niece that would just love this skirt! Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

Julie said...

so cute. my neice would be so cute in one of these! I don't have a favorite pattern- I don't sew.

Leigh said...

Oh my gosh, this skirt has been on my to-do list for ages! I think my favorite pattern might be Amy Butler's Birdie Sling bag. I've made a lot for gifts, they're so versatile!

LivandLex said...

I bought the Can-Can skirt pattern ages ago and have made it in many plain (no chiffon) variations but have been really wanting to get around to doing it properly!

Another favorite pattern for me is the Hoodie pattern from Scientific Seamstress. Easy to sew, easy to modify and personalize. I make this hoodie for gifts all the time!

Vicki said...

Cute skirt, my 2 yo would love one! I love Ottobre patterns. :)

Opp Family said...

I love love love Portabello Pixie's Claire by Sandi Henderson, I've made it a few times now, but love her instructions!

Stephanie said...

My favorite pattern is the Village Frock by sugar city (I think) but they don't make it any more :(

gill said...

Oh my goodness my daughter would love this!!
At the moment my favourite pattern is Lisa Lam's Pleated Tote

:o) mg said...

I can't stand it, I am so excited about this giveaway.
My favorite pattern is "Elizabeth Claire" by Little Lizard King! So easy and with a little imagination, so very versitile!!

trish said...

That skirt is too cute and I've got a little 2 year old sprout who would love to twirl in it. Favorite patterns? Is it too cheesy to say my own? Two Peas in a Pod Homegrown Designs, of course! LOL!

Sonja said...

My favorite pattern is the Amy Butler Barcelona Skirt...gorgeaous and fully lined...perfect!

sweeter than cupcakes said...

I'm loving the Modkid Sophie pants right now, but it usually depends on what I'm sewing at the moment.

Erica said...

SO generous! My favorite pattern is Miss Madeline from The Handmade Dress. I have made it so many times.

Anonymous said...

how lovely, key west dress i guess,
happy holidays
ryderryder38@hotmail.com

The Hills said...

I love all the patters over at http://www.dana-made-it.com/2008/07/tutorials.html. I've made a few and they are great!
My little girl would LOVE this skirt, she's all about girly, frilly and twirlly!! Thanks!
dd1027 at comcast dot net

Smit Family NZ said...

This is just beautiful .. I know a wonderful 2yr old who would play in it all day!

Jessica said...

Do tutorials count? Love the tshirt toddler skirt tutorial on Sew Much Ado.

Julie said...

Would love to win! i have a super skinny 4 year old, so this would be perfect. i love all the cute things from Lil Blue Boo- helps me fit the super skinny 4 year old!

Karen P. said...

I love the ben & liela dress pattern. but my daughter would live in this twirl skirt if i won it!

Lise said...

I have a niece who would love this skirt!!

My most recent fav. pattern is the Charlotte Dress pattern from Mama Stellato on Etsy. Super easy and cute.

Jamie said...

So, so lovely!

Kerry & Ronan said...

I have been sewing Charlie Tees and Hoodies (the pattern is from Fishsticks Designs) they are great! Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway.

Amanda said...

I love this!!!!! Holy smokes love this! :)

Fave pattern would be lil blue boo hoodie. I've made tons for my son!

Amanda
amandaandandy@yahoo.com

Morgan said...

This would go over so big at our house. Possibly causing fighting, but that's OK. I love the Ottobre Design patterns. Happy holidays!

Jessie K said...

I bought a reversible skirt pattern from Create For Less that ended up being incredibly versatile.

NinjaEema said...

I'm currently in love with the patterns from Sewing Clothes Kids Love. My DD would love one of these skirts.

Tabitha said...

Noodlehead (http://www.noodle-head.com/) has several PDF's I really like. The zippered pouches were my first zipper projects!

Vanessa said...

so tough to pick just one pattern! i have so many favs but i do find myself always going back to keyka lou!

Mari said...

These are fabulous!!! thx for sharing. I've only just begun using patterns (they scared the shnizzel outta me before) can't say I have a favorite yet but I do love working with the books "Sewing clothes kids love" and "Carefree clothes for Girls" fantastic.

Nicole said...

the monroe dress.

Hollister said...

I just made christmas elf stockings with a pattern from Sew4home and they turned out super cute! My daughter would LOVE this skirt!

the frog princess said...

I love Made By Rae's Big Butt Baby Pants. :D

Suzanne said...

What a beautiful skirt! My favorite pattern right now is the Capelet from Prudent Mama. I made one for my niece who alternates wearing it as a cape and as an apron.

LindsayRae said...

This skirt is fantabulous!! I would have to say my fav. pattern at the moment is the big butt baby pants..my son has gotten 3 pairs in the last 2 weeks!

craftytammie said...

oh em gee. that is total cuteness! i love all of cluck cluck sew's patterns, as well as weinerdog tricks gorgeous nerd bag.

Bry said...

Oh man I have a goddaughter who would have so much fun wearing one of these! I wish I could try and make clothes but they are so intimidating! I do love making clutches, especially the ones from Keyka Lou patterns!

Lynne said...

I love the can-can skirts! So cute! Another favorite pattern would be the Sienna dress from Little Blue Boo. Thanks for the great giveaway!

quiltermom2 said...

I love your three musketteers pattern! I'm just way to chicken to try it! But I also showed these skirts to my 4 year old daughter and she LOVES them. This would be a wonderful blessing to her! Thanks for the chance!

Belle + Bee said...

The Can Can is one of my faves and my daughter would lose her marbles over this!

beckymac1@hotmail.com

hollyctr said...

I LOVE this skirt!!!

Janna said...

Seriously I have to pick ONE? I got hooked on your when you posted one a day - those were AWESOME!! I do love noodle head's gathered clutch tutorial and hundreds of others;)

April said...

I LOVE the can can skirt!! It is really really cute and the colors you have used are amazing! My daughter would look so cute in this, and I would love to be able to make it as well.

Sarah said...

My daughter would absolutely flip over a can-can skirt!! My favorite tutorial would have to be the Spring Ruffle Top by Made-by-Rae, which I have made twice, once as a maternity shirt. It was so simple, that I was able to make very different shirts each time and even adapt a matching one for my 3 year-old.

(sarah AT vraeden.com)

Kristin said...

Any Heidi and Finn pattern.

krisstout(at) hotmail(dot)com

baukje said...

Lovely skirt. My favorite patterns is the messenger bag by Keyka lou.

Jessica Christensen said...

Elizabeth Hartman has wonderful purse on her blog as a free pattern. I just love it!

Megan said...

What a beautiful skirt! My daughter would love it! I haven't used any sewing patterns except one really. I've made numerous morsbags (pattern at morsbags.com) and love using them for everything! (Although I do square up the bottom instead of leaving it how they say to.) Thanks for the chance to win!

sales4mp at gmail dot com

Meg said...

These are darling, darling. I love the orange and red. Okay, I love them all.

I love the Amy Butler free pattern for lavendar eye pillow. It is so easy to whip up for a last minute gift, or to spend more time you can embroider a cutsie design on the outside. So fun.

Sarah said...

Cute!!! I'd love one of these!!!

I love any of the ModKid patterns!!

sarah8914 at gmail dot com

CRN said...

Oh I hate patterns. I aways just wanted to sew when little and my grandma would make me fallow the rules and use patterns. Now I am all about the crazy quilting and can't follow a pattern to save my life.

Emily said...

Love the can can skirt actually! Yours are so beautiful!

sarah in the woods said...

I love these beautiful skirts.

endless13 said...

All of them :)

kpmattingly said...

I don't like patterns...I feel they are hard to follow! But I have gotten one from Lil Blue Boo and it was SO easy. I LOVE it. I have been making twirl skirts like crazy!!!

Lee said...

I love all the little lizard kings patterns!
thanks for a great giveaway.
butler83ataoldotcom

hilaryd said...

i love all dana's tutorials, especially this can-can skirt!! i'd love to win one of these beauties!
texasdowiak at gmail.com

Meadows Market said...

I love this cute Reversible matinee jacket pattern:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/56059867/reversible-matinee-jacket-pattern-and

I've never attempted it, but I wish I could get myself to take on the project :)

Thanks for the giveaways!

Lisa said...

I love the skirt...but my 2 year old daughter wouldd love it more! I don't really have a favorite pattern, but I can make a cute apron!

Hunter Cox Family said...

Love the cute can can skirt! I would have to say my favorite tutorial right now is a car seat cover found here http://www.make-it-do.com/sew-it/baby-car-seat-cover-tutorial/ at make it do. I have a ton of babies come here from friends and family so this is my favorite go to gift for them. Thanks for the giveaway!

Genevieve P said...

Honestly I usually use tutorials or just "eye" it... I'm too cheap to buy a pattern usually!
My daughter would love that skirt. Thanks for the giveaway!
parknj at verizon dot net

Stephanie and Carlos said...

So wonderful and colourful... my favourite pattern is the made by Rae itty bitty dress pattern... hehe YAY...

xo Steph

Ashley said...

i am new to patterns and i made one of the amy butler bags, because it was easy. these skirts are to die for!

Jenn said...

Love the skirt! My daughter would love it. I really don't have any patterns, I've made quilts, burp cloths, ipod cases, purses, etc. but I've just made it up as I've gone....

Tanya said...

Ihave Sandi Hendersons book which has lot of great patterns!

Lizzie Bordello said...

My niece would look adorable dancing around in one of these!
As for patterns, they always seem to hate me, so I pretty much end up just winging it or giving up! ;p

Aelysium said...

Wow, so great! My daughter would love this. She is a ruffle kind of gal. :)
My favorite pattern at the moment is one for some little pleated mary janes. I've been making a bunch of them for babies that are due soon.

Anonymous said...

Oh my good heavens - those are adorable - and I have the perfect 2 yr old little girl to wear it! oh i hope i win! juliesetsy@yahoo.com

Kimberly said...

These are so cool.One of my favorite patterns is Anna Maria Horner's socialite Dress pattern.

Clares Place said...

Oh how very sweet! My fav pattern is one of mine called 'Bubbles and Ruffles'. Heaps of fun to make :) Feel free to enter my giveaway!

Misty said...

Oh, so cute, I know a little penut who would just look adorable in all those ruffles. I love the lickity split bag, by MadebyRae. So easy, and they come out very cute.

Adam Winter Family said...

I am in love with the can-can pattern. It's gorgeous.

sadie Fox Metter said...

OMGosh! My girls would love love love one of these skirts!

My favorite pattern right now is Sew Liberated's School House Tunic. It is easy to make and can be customized and altered to make dozens of different shirt/dress combos!

Jiaying said...

Love your can-can skirt!

My favorite pattern is the village frock pattern (http://www.sugarcityshop.bigcartel.com/product/village-frock-pattern)

Thanks for the giveaway.

miamihoney said...

My fav pattern, is really a quilt tutorial from Obsessively Stitching.

miamihoney@gmail.com

Lesa said...

I have some nieces who would look adorable in this! I have been finding so many great patterns out on blogs! I love Noodleheads clutch and Homemade by Jill's burp cloth for the ease and cute factor for a quick gift!

Anna - Three Sneaky Bugs said...

Holy super cute!!! Ummm... favorite pattern? Maybe House on Hill Road's twirly skirt? I'm all about skirts right now.

shanghaicowgirl said...

I do love Amy Butler's shirtdress pattern!

shanghaicowgirl.m@gmail.com

Meadow said...

Wow! That skirt is adorable!

My favorite pattern is this criss-cross back top/dress. I have no idea where it came from but it only has one piece (you cut it out twice and it is reversible!)

nachoandtdog at gmail dot com

UnskulinMama said...

Wow. Beautiful skirt and my little girl would be thrilled! She has lots of big-brother hand me downs and not too many pink things of her own.

Cami said...

LOOOOVE the skirt!! I don´t have a favorite pattern..i´m new to this sewing stuff.

bethany said...

awesome! I love the oliver and s lazy day skirt, I like how simple it is to make.

Jasmine said...

Well...honestly, this may be fudging it a bit, but my favorite 'pattern' is my knit t pattern based on my own measurements using the Cal Patch sewing book. I love Cal Patch!

Liz said...

No pattern needed, but I love these little felt sushi: http://www.soyouthinkyourecrafty.com/1999/08/asian-tea-party-tutorial/
Cute skirt!!

Kristin said...

I love the lil blue boo dress pattern. :) And I adore these skirts...DD would LOVE one! It's her size and her favorite color, she would be over the moon!


(craftymom85atgmaildotcom)

sertyan said...

I love Oliver+S' Jump Rope Dress pattern!! Thanks for the opportunity.

macca said...

I enjoying making the Heidi and Finn Urban hoodie.
Gorgeous skirt

Susanne said...

I love the pdf patterns from Heidi & Finn for my little girl. Very addictive!
sruder(at)sympatico(dot)ca

SweeTTart Studio said...

I love, love this skirt and so would little Willa! My favorite pattern at the moment is Oliver + S jumprope dress. Thanks for the chance to win!

Emily. said...

Oh my daughter would squeal at this skirt! I have used the Oliver + S popover sundress multiple times. Sews up perfectly.

ecisley@comcast.net

Ammie said...

Thank you! This is beautiful and oh so twirly! I love to browse Ravelry for awesome knitting patterns, but as sewing goes, I love the Buttercup bag tute and this seahorse toy pattern: http://www.liaspace.com/2010/01/tutorial-making-of-mr-seahorse.html

Mama Lusco said...

Love all of Dear My Kids & Little Lizard King PDFs. Thanks for the great giveaways :) mamalusco at ortelco dot net

Em said...

I love Sew Liberated pattern for the Emmeline Apron! I've made a few for friends and everyone loves it - easy to follow too! My daughter would FLIP if she got one of those little skirts to wear... absolutely FLIP!

Nancy said...

I love the market skirt pattern on the MADE blog.

And my daughter would LOVE that pink skirt!!

cornwell.nancy@gmail.com

Garilyn said...

I like all of CarlaC/Scientific Seamstress patterns.
blessed.mama4 at yahoo.com

only a lover said...

love your selection! super awesome boots pattern!! :)

only a lover said...

love your selection! super awesome boots pattern!! :)

everyday inspirations said...

So so cute! Love the skirt :D

My fav PDF pattern is the shoes from Joyfolie...mine don't look as cute or extravagant as hers do, but they are fun and easy to make!

Thanks for the chance!

catherine s.
imaginethatdesign (at) yahoo (dot) com

Jessica @ Sunny Tuesday said...

What a precious skirt! I don't know if it counts as a pattern, but I've been loving the faux chenille blanket tutorial that was posted on Made. I can't wait to see how mine turns out!

Meg said...

Beautiful! My princess would love it. My favorite new pattern is the Basic Wallet pattern by Keyka Lou.

Serena said...

Oh, love it! I'm rather fond of the noodleheads gathered clutch tutorial (not a pdf or a pattern, but it still counts, right?). It's a good gift. Thank you for the giveaway!

Madeline said...

So stinkin' cute. Love Made's Newborn pants.

Anonymous said...

The can can skirt is actually one I have been thinking of getting... but it would be nicer to win one already made!
Laila
pixie_shadow (at) hotmail (dot) com

mean sarah jean said...

found you on SMS. LOVE the can-can skirt. so cute! my favorite pattern...there is too many to choose from. little girl dresses are always a good pick.

Alice Wills Gold said...

#5 with the squares patched together.

My daughters will go gaga for one of these.

Jessica said...

The first time I saw these can can skirts I LOVED them! Thanks for the giveaway.
I don't think I have a favorite pattern but I do love me a good quiet book pattern. :)

justenoughstyle.blogspot.com

TheFancyFritter said...

Oh my! I have a little 2 year old daughter who would love to twirl in that skirt! :-) One of my favorite patterns right now is the Pink Fig Twirly Skirt! Very fun to make & super cute on! :-) Thanks so much!

Katie said...

I love sewing all sorts of bags!

MB said...

don't have a favorite pattern. don't sew much. would love to win the skirt.
fingers crossed,
Melissa B.
mbabecka@gmail.com
www.minimomentsoflife.blogspot.com

B @ Sweet Limes said...

Wow is this something my daughter would go gaga over?! Is there a pdf pattern for this? If so this would be my number one pattern.

limes.sweet(at)gmail(dot)com

dianne said...

I have tried twirly dresses, t-shirt dresses and market skirts. I was just thinking about making a tutu.
jmclean at mts dot net

MzKCKitty said...

Any quilt or bag pattern!

Sara said...

Oh gosh that is so darling! Actually, the pattern I have used the most is the Jenna Lou Mabel Bag...I've made almost 10 for myself and for friends as gifts.

whimsygal said...

soulemama gratitude/stationary wrap!!!!

Leah said...

I love Dana's patterns from MADE.

noe said...

I want this in a grown up size! so cute :) I'm just learning to sew... first pattern is an embroidered stocking from purl bee

PDX Bride said...

oh my gosh my nieces would love this!! one of my favorite pdf patterns is Nest by Valari Wells

tanya said...

Thanks for the give away! I love the sienna dress by little boo blue - it helped me conquer my fear of knits!

Ann said...

Favorite patterns...hmmm I like so many. Most recently one by wiksten?
dotursx4@comcast.net

littlebitty said...

My favorite pattern is the Sweet Pea Pilot Cap. I adore it. My baby wears it all the time.
dvdenter (at) gci (dot)net

Claire said...

I think your Lancaster Dress is adorable! Love it.

Adorable can can skirt, too!

kennedycraft (at) aol (dot) com

Amanda said...

I am SO in love with these adorable skirts! I just happen to have a 2yr old that would LOVE one. wink wink. My newest favorite pattern is the London Loafers from sweet pea pattern.

kalinka said...

wow, your can-can skirt is just divine, and would be perfect on my little girl.

recently i made oliver + s's ice cream dress, which i thought was a great pattern. but i'm just a beginner, so don't have much pattern experience yet! kobirosa (at) iinet (dot) net (dot) au

Melissa Ann said...

I love anything from Oliver + S. Their instructions are like having a mentor sit right next to you!

Melissa said...

Oh my daughter would love this. I like basic dress patterns because then I turn them into a scrappy edition of it. Super cute!

Jessica said...

I'm addicted to the Twirl Skirt (and all the other patterns) by Lil Blue Boo.

Your skirt is so pretty!!!
Jess
jess @ hotmail.com
jbeedelighful.blogspot.com

TARA-EmBenDesigns said...

I love patterns from Oliver+S

Tiff said...

My favorite is sew liberated (Meg's) sweet pea pilot cap. I have made one and plan on making a few more.

Shaheen said...

This is so adorable! My 3 yr old would just love this.
Thanks for the giveaway.

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marilee said...

i love going over to modabakeshop. the patterns are amazing and free! one of my three girls would love to twirl in that skirt :)
marileegarff at yahoo dot com

merlinthecat said...

That is the cutes skirt ever, my 2yo would look super cute in it! On of my fav patterns is a pdf from Leila and Ben the sweet little dress pattern

smooze13 said...

ooo pick me!
i've been wanting to try this one.
http://www.dana-made-it.com/2008/07/tutorial-faux-chenille-blanket.html

Anonymous said...

What a pretty skirt!!! I have not made many things from patterns yet (mostly just free online tutorials so far). I did make a reversible tunic top from DMK and although it took me a couple tries to get it right, it made a really sweet top!

Thanks for the giveaway!

baba3mama21(at)yahoo(dot)ca

Addy said...

All little girls love to twirl, and I love making my girls twirly, tiered gypsy skirts. I link to a tutorial on my blog at http://lifesewbeautiful.wordpress.com. Just look under girls' clothes for the twirly skirt!

I love your giveaway!

addyforrest(at)gmail(dot)com

Sara said...

I need to make this skirt, seriously. It's just so gorgeous, in any color.

I just bought Leila and Ben's simple peasant dress for girls, and I have to say that it was so easy to print out and use - the pattern is 2 pieces and takes up a grand total of 4 printer pages, easy peasy. Loved it!

If you'd like to enter my giveaway as well, it is here: (I'm giving away some fabric coasters and a bit of Heather Ross!)
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ananemone

Dreaming Monet said...

i have someone who would love this skirt!!!!!!!

i love the leila & ben patterns.

thanks for the chance to win!

deede said...

Oh,goodness these skirts are to-die-for!

My favorite pattern is Noodlehead's gathered clutch. I'm too chicken to try clothing!

Thanks for the giveaway.

dmonroe at astate dot edu.

Tara said...

Adorable skirts! I love the Oliver + S lazy day skirt.

pryortara AT yahoo DOT com

The Shumate Family said...

I think that my fav patterns have come from dana from Made by Dana. So user friendly, and simple.

ottomania said...

Thanks for a chance to win. I like to use Ottobre patterns.

jillian said...

molly monkey!! jillseeu@hotmail.com

Denise said...

Those skirts are stunning! I love the colors you use. Thank you for sharing. I make a lot of my own patterns, so no favorites yet. But I've seen some super cute girl patterns out there, and there's a little girl in the family now, so I think that will have to change.

Carpenters said...

I'm currently obsessed with the Feliz pattern. I'm really looking forward to getting the Clothes Kids Love the Wear book. It's on my wishlist. Thank you so much for the giveaway. My spinning twirling little girl would love this.

DKB said...

i can tell you this is one of my fav patterns but i am not about to try to make it. my 2yo turns 3 next month. this skirt would be perfect for her.
i also really love the Ice Cream dress from oliver an ds

The Branch Family said...

OH it is so very beautiful!!! I have a little girl who would absolutely love it. My current favorite PDF pattern is http://www.etsy.com/listing/63389533/super-slouchy-baby-boots-pdf-download-in. And in general my all time favorite patterns are the Ottobre ones.

Kristie T said...

I just made my daughter the circle skirt on Dana's Made blog. It was pretty easy and she loves it. She'd be thrilled with a can can skirt too. Much fancier than what I made. Thanks!

kristie_keely(at)yahoo(dot)com

Bailey said...

Leila and Bens patterns

Robin in New Jersey said...

I would give this to my granddaughter. I am not sure what my favorite pattern is...I had trouble getting to the page to see them.

rjbmom7@optonline.net

natasha | sohobutterfly said...

Can you believe I`ve never bought a pattern... Shame on me! I usually just make my own. Thanks for the giveaway!!

sohobutterfly ( a t ) gmail ( d o t ) com

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