Thursday, 5 May 2011

Giveaway! Sewaholic Patterns


Did the interview with Tasia get your pulse racing over Sewaholic Patterns? If the answer is yes, you'll be excited to know that Tasia is offering one of my readers the chance to win a pattern of their choice from her line - the Pendrell Blouse or the Crescent Skirt.

   

To enter, leave a comment below saying which pattern you'd choose if you won and what fabric you'd make it up in. Don't forget to leave your email if it's not linked to your blogging profile. The giveaway is open internationally, with free shipping. The deadline to enter is midnight GMT on Monday 9th May.

Good luck!

186 comments:

  1. I think that the pendrell blouse would be really interesting to sew. Those ruffles are really beutiful, and it's versatile enough to make basic garments as well. As for fabric, that's a hard choice. I have a lovely black satin with huge flowers in red and green. Or maybe a pistach colored corduroy?

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  2. I've got some black silk dupion (Christmas present!) from Ray Stitch which is just itching to be made up into a smart Pendrell Blouse complete with ruffles! Thanks guys for a brilliant giveaway...

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  3. I would love the pendrell blouse and would make it it every fabric, it looks like it would be a wardrobe staple

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  4. I love the crescent skirt! What do you think about a red polka dot version?

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  5. I love the crescent skirt! Maybe in a plain fabric (denim blue?)

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  6. Should I win I would chose the Pendrell Blouse and would probably make it in a soft almost-but-not-quite-seethrough cotton I recently brought. The cotton is a print with different colored dots which has a 40s feel to it.

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  7. What a fantastic giveaway! I already have the crescent skirt pattern as I am participating the the sew-along, but I have also had my eye on the pendrell blouse so I would love to a chance to win that! As for fabric that's a tricky question...I think a silk print would be gorgeous as would a light cotton...maybe light green? Or polka dots? So many options for such a versatile pattern!

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  8. I have a beautiful silk remnant that would be perfect for the Pendrell blouse. In fact I had this pattern in mind when buying the remnant. It seems like a lovely and versatile design.

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  9. Ooh, I'd love the Pendrell pattern! I have some lovely Anna Maria Horner voile in blue that I think would be perfect.

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  10. I love the Pendrell, I was a bit 'meh' when she launched but I've seen so many gorgeous versions that I've decided I need one too.
    I'd use a lovely shot silk.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Lore
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  11. I think both patterns are fabulous however I would go for the Pendrell blouse because I think it looks very feminine... I have a pile of beautiful nude voile cottons here at home which I recently bought in Malaysia for next for nothing. They would be perfect for the job!

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  12. Tough decision! I think i'd go with the crescent skirt, and I'd make it out of a cotton voile, cream with little flowers if I could find fabric like that.

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  13. The crescent skirt and as for fabric it would be the grey gaberdine that is in my stash, with some embroidered teal and purple flowers (hollyhocks maybe?) up the side. I'd be great with a blouse or cardigan for work!

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  14. I have Pendrell so I'd pick Crescent and probably make it in a light denim.
    ghainskom at yahoo dot com

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  15. What a sweet giveaway - thanks Tasia and Tilly! If I won I'd go for the Crescent skirt. After my success with sewing with curtains recently, and inspired by Zoe's curtain mini skirt I think I'd look out a kitsch 70s curtain and sew it up with that :)

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  16. Definitely the pendrell blouse - would look gorgeous in a floral patterned fabric I have, but also with something plain with some good accessories.x

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  17. Oh how fun! I already have the Pendrell so I'd choose the crescent skirt and being winter down here I think a heavy brocade or wool wood be lovely with the shape.
    ~Alana

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  18. It's so hard to choose but I'd have to go with the pendrell blouse..I think I'd start with a purple gingham that I have..then make it in every variation and every suitable fabric I can find after that =). Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  19. I would love love love the Crescent Pattern and would make it up in a light weight wool, perhaps in a green or tweed fabric. I'm thinking with tights and boots (we are heading into Winter downunder).

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  20. I love both but since I've already made a lot of skirts lately, I think it's time to mix it up a bit and go for the Pendrell blouse. I think one in a yellow charmeuse would be just up my alley!

    thebelljar@hotmail.be

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  21. a really difficult choice, although in the end it would be the top, looks very pretty with plenty of extras to try out. I think I would be more likely to wear it more, and thats the whole point of dressmaking for me!

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  22. I would choose the pendrell blouse. I have a dotted cotton voile from Japan that seems to be perfect for that superbe pattern. Thanks for this fabulous giveaway! barona

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  23. Ooh, how fabulous. I think it would have to be the Pendrell blouse for me. I've got some purple/gold silk that is just crying out to be made into a lovely shirt, and the simple elegance of the Pendress would be perfect for it.

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  24. I'd love to make the crescent skirt in a quilting cotton from Beyond Fabrics. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  25. Hello :D I love the Pendrell Blouse pattern & would use a vintage red & black polkadot cotton to make a wonderful present for my sister for her birthday! Thank you!

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  26. I'd love to make the Pendrell blouse! I'd use white eyelet from stash, or maybe buy a dotted fabric. Or both?!

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  27. I would choose the Crescent skirt and I would sew it with Liberty fabric Claire Aude, my favorite !

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  28. I love the Pendrell, I have recently scored some beautiful bargain fabrics that would be perfect for it. I don't know what fabric they are but they resemble suiting fabric with a bit of stretch. It would really be useful for work.

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  30. I would make the Crescent Skirt. It is such a beautiful pattern and I think it would look great in Unfocused Ocean cotton fabric from Tesuti.

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  31. Ohhh Fab Closes on my birthday! I have been thinking about the pendrell blouse for ages! I have some Lisette fabric coming over from Joanne in the U.S. Which I'm super exited about. Maybe I would use my hot pink poplin with gold spots which they used for the cover of their market blouse pattern! I think it could fit well into my Me Made June!
    Great Giveaway Thanks!
    Stevie
    beebeesvintagedress@hotmail.co.uk

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  32. Funny, I've just been thinking about buying the Crescent Skirt Pattern... I'd make it up in a lovely blue rayon border print with polka dots and flowers...

    I've also been eyeing the Pendrell blouse, it's really cute but I know I almost never wear blouses...

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  33. OoOoOoOoh, how exciting and generous! I'd love to be entered for the pendrell blouse please, as I already have the crescent skirt...sklipikish[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  34. Ooh Ooh. i have been lusting over the crescent skirt! I have a lovely vintage cotton pique just asking to be made up into a pretty skirt :-) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  35. I think the Penderell blouse would be perfect with some floral silk charmeuese I have. I bought WAY too much for my last project, and I've been looking for a good blouse pattern to make it up in! (I'm not bold enough to make a full floral dress so a blouse would be perfect)

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  36. I'd love the Pendrell blouse-especially as I'm only a beginner at sewing. I'd love to make it in a whole heap of colours. But I'd also love to make it in a navy blue with spots- I think that'd be cute :)

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  37. Oh I'd so love to make the Pendrell blouse in a lovely rose-coloured silk! What a treat!

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  38. I'd like to make the Pendrell blouse in white cotton eyelet!

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  39. Love to win the Crescent Skirt! I have lots of patterns of dresses and tops, but not skirts... I have this amazing thin cotton navy blue fabric with cute little brollies on it which I am dying to use! Thanks for the great giveaway! c.c.w.bakker[at]gmail.com

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  40. I would chose the crescent skirt and probably make it up in a plain cotton but with piping in a contrasting colour.

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  41. the pendrell blouse is beautiful! i have some great vintage yellow floral fabric I'd love to try it with.
    I'm leis dot bell at gmail dot com.

    thanks :)

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  42. I would love to try the Pendrell blouse using the navy & pink silk charmeuse print that I've been saving for just the right project!

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  43. HI,

    I think the pendrell blouse is the right pattern for me :-)

    I never wear skirts, but I love to wear a blouse!!

    I have some fine fabric with little japanese flowers, I hope it is enough for that blouse.

    Thank you so much!

    Meike

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  44. I'd like the pendrell blouse pattern - I'd make it in a broderie anglaise fabric for the summer!

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  45. I want to make the Crescent skirt. Lots of them. I have several printed cottons just waiting to be turned in to one.

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  46. Yay! I love the Pendrell blouse - I've wanted to buy it ever since I saw Tasia's first version :) I'd probably make it in a black cotton (nice & basic), but I love the idea of broderie anglaise.

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  47. I like the blouse, would make it up in a cotton fabric I have in my stash. Thanks for having the giveaway!

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  48. I would choose the Pendrell blouse as I've seen so many beautiful versions of it made up. I've got some lovely soft Liberty style cotton lawn I'd make it up in. Thank you for such a great giveaway.

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  49. I would love the Pendrell blouse. It's on my list to buy but unfortunately my resolution this year was to buy no patterns!

    I think it would be perfect for the yellow and creme polkadot crepey stuff I got on the Walthamstow trip.

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  50. I would love to sew the Pendrell Blouse in a patterned crêpe de chine.

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  51. I would like enter for the Pendrell blouse - it's been sewn up by many people and an assortment of body types - always turned out great! Thank you!

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  52. Crescent Skirt looks gorgeous. I am wondering if I might be able to make a patchwork version from my fabric scraps..I'd give it a try. Thanks for a super giveaway Tilly!

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  54. I've been eyeing the Pendrell blouse pattern for awhile, so I'd definitely choose that! I'll have to get back to you on the fabric. I just spent 5 months picking a fabric to use with the Colette Crepe pattern.

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  55. I love the Pendrell Blouse. I saw another blogger make it up in Gingham. If I win it, that's what I would make it in too!

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  56. I've sewn 3 pendrell blouses already, which all turned out beautifully. So I'd go with the crescent skirt. I would love to make one out of chambray and the other out of a floral voile print.

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  57. I'd love to win the Pendrell blouse and I'd make it up in a fabric with a small floral pattern. :)

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  58. I would love to try the pendrellin some liberty lawn i have stashed away.

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  59. I would upcycle some curtain fabric I bought super-cheap at a charity shop into that lovely skirt. The yoke is really interesting.

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  60. Great giveaway! I would choose the Crescent Skirt, and perhaps do it with a classic red gingham just in time for summer!

    Caitlin
    from black currant thoughts.
    cait.liz@hotmail.com

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  61. I've been eyeing the pendrell pattern for awhile. It would look great in a cotton lawn. I have some from Moda that would work well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. I loved the interview (what a great idea!) Coming from another person whose job involves sewing, it makes for a great read!
    I would definitely pick the pendrell, and make it in an oversize pink and white gingham I saw at JoAnn the other day.

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  63. I love the Pendrell blouse--I have a bit of vintage silk crepe that would be great for it.

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  64. My choice is the pendrell blouse. I'm not sure about the fabric (possibly cotton?) but I know for sure I need a red blouse.

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  65. The Pendrell would be my pick and I'd possibly use some of the botanic fabric I picked up from Rae stitch.

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  66. Pendrell blouse please! I've been wanting to get it! I'm planning on using it to make some basic solids to go with some of my more busy patterned skirts. Plus, Casey's been sharing how she added a scalped collar to the pattern and I'm dying to try that too!

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  67. It would have to be the Pendrell blouse. I have a severe lack of nice blouses for work. I'd make it in a lightweight breathable fabric to survive the heat this summer in the office.

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  68. I love these her patterns and have recently bought the pendrell blouse. I would love to win the crescent skirt and make it out of this nice light blue cotton I have in my stash. Thanks for the opportunity to win this pattern!

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  69. Fabbo! I have the Crescent skirt pattern and ammidway through my muslin for the sewalong. I initially ruled the Pendrell out as I have a full bust and didn't think it would flatter. But I've seen so many nice versions on fuller busted ladies, I've been wanting to give it a go. Plus an FBA on princess seams could be fun! I actually think it could look quite good in a lightweight denim, or vintage lace, or even a nautical striped jersey....(I could go on!)
    Thanks Tasia and Tilly. :)
    Px

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  70. I love the pendrell blouse, I've been wildly inspired by everyone's versions of this pattern and Tasia's own options which are so lovely. I would make it in a crisp poplin. Perfect for summer.

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  71. I'd love to make the Pendrell blouse! I'd look for some pretty rayon in springy colors.

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  72. I would love to win the Crescent Skirt pattern! I have some gorgeous Liberty Lawn that I've been hoarding--but for the crescent skirt, I would cut into it :)

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  73. I loved your post yesterday; how wonderful it must be for sewing, pattern making, and blogging to be your day job!

    I'd go with the Pendrell Blouse. I've always loved the design, plus I'm in desperate need new blouses in my wardrobe. I also have plenty of silk ready to go for this project (although I did love the outcome of a Liberty fabric Pendrell during Tasia's sew-along....hmmmm).

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  74. Yay, what a great giveaway - thanks ladies!

    It's a tough call, but I think those pretty ruffles you've posted mean it'd have to be the blouse for me - it looks so versatile, I could make versions for work, going out and just everyday wear! I would definitely have to make up a version in this gorgeous electric blue silk chiffon that keeps looking at me whenever I go to John Lewis and then I'd make a little slip to go underneath.

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  75. aw, i love the pendrell blouse! i'd make it up in some lightweight white eyelet with the ruffle edges roll hemmed in red thread. perfect for summer!

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  76. Oh what a lovely giveaway, I'd go for the pendrell blouse. fabric wise I'd finally use the Anna Maria Horner Innocent Crush voile that's in my stash just waiting for the perfect pattern.

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  77. I've been eying the Pendrell Blouse for a while now. I'm not positive what fabric I would use but I have a floral dotted swiss that is dying to become a spring/summer blouse and also a lightweight abstract print rayon.

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  78. Pendrell, definitely. I am a *cough* definite pear shape, so I've been eyeing that pattern for quite some time. I've seen so many great versions out on the interwebs!

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  79. Whoops, forgot to say--I'd make it up in some thrifted white silk with pink splashes all over...very spring-y!

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  80. i'd choose the blouse, and probably make it in a light weight cotton for summer :)

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  81. I would love to win the pendrell blouse pattern. I fell in love ever since I saw it. I would start by making it in a rusty coloured silk to go with my business suit. Then I would make another one in neon collor blocking and one in dark blue with a white bird print.
    I would be over the moon if I win!

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  82. I would love to win the crescent skirt (I already have the Pendrell) and I would make it up in a nice cotton twill. Mary mdeeter@hotmail.com

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  83. Ooo! I'm thinking crescent skirt in something light and floral for summer!

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  84. I would love to win the pendrell blouse pattern! I fell in love ever since I saw it, but as a broker than broke student the pattern is a bit on the expensive side for my current budget.

    I would start by making one in a rust coloured silk(like) to wear with my business suit. Then I would make one in neon colour blocking and one in a print, maybe dark blue with a white bird.

    Thinking of the fabrics makes me want to start sewing even more!
    Please pick me ;)

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  85. I would love to win the pendrall pattern. I am doing my first sew along with the crescent skirt and am loving the process.

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  86. I would love to win the pendrell blouse pattern! I fell in love ever since I saw it, but as a broker than broke student the pattern is a bit on the expensive side for my current budget.

    I would start by making one in a rust coloured silk(like) to wear with my business suit. Then I would make one in neon colour blocking and one in a print, maybe dark blue with a white bird.

    Thinking of the fabrics makes me want to start sewing even more!
    Please pick me ;)

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  87. I would love the crescent skirt and would make a couple of them in different block colours.

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  88. I've had my eye on the Pendrell blouse for awhile, and I'd love to sew it up in some fun printed cottons for easy summer shirts. I love how it's simple, but with perfect little details, and from everything I've seen the fit is impeccable!

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  89. yes! i've made and loved the pendrell top and now i'd love to whip up that cute skirt too! thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  90. what a great giveaway! I'd choose the blouse, not attempted anything like that and would love a pretty floral top!
    also,I'm starting a dress making course next week, so perfect timing! I need to stock up on fabrics and patterns!

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  91. That crescent skirt looks amazing! I'm setting up a craft/sewing room next week and I'm itching for new projects to start!

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  92. Ooh, lovely! I love Tasia's designs. I already have the Pendrell blouse, but would love to get my hands on the Crescent skirt. I wonder what it would look like in a lightweight denim?

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  93. I would love to make a liberty print Pendrell blouse.
    Thanks for the hopefully lucky chance!

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  94. I'd make the Pendrell blouse (version B) in some lovely soft navy silk ...

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  95. I would pick the Pendrell blouse. I don't sew very many blouses and I would love to try my hand at this one. I would make it up in a beautiful brown patterned silk charmeuse I recently bought.

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  96. I would love to try the Pendrell Blouse. I think that some simple white cotton fabric would be great for a shirt to make great outfits.

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  97. I have just finished a high-waisted pair of jeans...to find that none of the tops I have ´work´ with the high waist. I think the Pendrell would go with it perfectly, in a supple, red washed silk perhaps...

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  98. The blouse! I would choose some light weight cotton and make it in every colour.

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  99. I'd choose the Crescent Skirt, and I'd make it up in a pretty blue fabric that I have in my stash (to start ;) ).

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  100. I love the Pendrell blouse, and would make it up in something creamy and lacy for a vintage look.

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  101. I love the crescent skirt. I'd do it in navy gingham or an apple green linen.

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  102. I love the Pendrell blouse. I love navy dot fabric, but might be tempted to go with with a flowery voile of silk and cotton that I have.

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  103. I would pick the Crescent skirt--in either a fun, bright cotton or a lightweight denim.

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  104. I'd choose the Pendrell blouse and I'd make it in a cotton lawn. I'd like to try Casey's scalloped collar!

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  105. The Crescent Skirt in a printed cotton. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  106. Ever since I saw Tasia making her Pendrell Blouse in the lace, I've been pining for a reason to make one, myself. How great would it be if I won this?!

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  107. Crecent, hands down!! I just saw this awesome greenish bug print from Fabricnation that I think would be a fun twist. I love the idea of such a girly skirt being done in a fabric covered in bugs!

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  108. whoops, and my email is amym710@yahoo.com

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  109. Definitely the Pendrell Blouse, probably in a charmeuse!

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  110. I would love to make the Pendrell Blouse, but I have no idea what fabric in yet. I'm in love with all three views!

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  111. I would love the pendrell blouse. i would try it in a cotton voile or maybe one of the fabrics by Nancy Mim as the colours are so summery. Fingers crossed!!

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  112. I'd love to make the the Pendrell blouse in some basic popelin. White, black, maybe navy. I need basic blouses I can wear up or down!

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  113. I would love to win the Pendrell blouse, & I would make it up in a cotton voile. My email is: emermccormack@gmail.com.
    thanks for a great giveaway.

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  114. I have a pair of beautiful linen curtains from the 50s that are an enormous jungle print...I think they'd make a great crescent skirt!

    ...however, I need more tops, so I'd choose the pendrell blouse and then *have* to go fabric shopping :)

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  115. I'd make the Crescent skirt in a pretty floral.

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  116. I would love to win the Pendrell bouse pattern. I would use my new fabric store discount card to find the perfect summery fabric (I envision a small dot or bright floral)

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  117. Oh I've been dying to make a Pendrell...and I think perhaps this floral from Seamstar would work a treat! http://www.seamstar.co.uk/ditsy-essentials-flowers-blush-p-2166.html

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  118. I would love to win the Pendrell blouse and make it up in a cotton print with all the sleeve and ruffle options. Then I'd make several solid and printed simple shells from the most basic view.

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  119. I would love to win the Pendrell and sew it up in a printed cotton or rayon blend with all the ruffle and sleeve options!

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  120. I would love a red and white polka dot Crescent skirt! I have just the thing in my stash, I even have a zipper!

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  121. I love the Crescent skirt pattern and I would make it up in some gorgeous butterfly fabric I just found with a contrasting colour for the waistband.

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  122. I would make a Pendrell blouse in this beautiful grey printed rayon that my grandmother gave me from her stash. She bought it new in 1970-something, and it's been waiting 40 years for the right project!

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  123. oooh! I'd love the crescent skirt and would either make it in some Amy Butler pattern cotton I have waiting to become a skirt or one of the Anna Marie Horner velveteen fabrics I've got on order.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  124. oooh, very cool giveaway! I would make view C of the crescent skirt in a white and red gingham with black lace trim around the hem and yolk.

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  125. the pendrell blouse would be my choice of the two! I'd make it out of a nice soft silk in pale pink.
    thanks for hosting a fabulous giveaway!

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  126. Oh yes please! I'd make the Pendrell in some gorgeous printed duck egg/navy blue viscose I bought a couple of weekends ago.

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  127. Definitely the Pendrell blouse- I can always use tops ;)
    As to fabric... hmmmm. I think it would deserve a trip to the store to buy some :) Or maybe I might cut into the sari fabric my aunt gave me...

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  128. Wow! What a great giveaway. It's a difficult choice though - both patterns are awesome. I think I need more new skirts than tops, so Crescent would be the one I'd choose. I fancy a light denim with red or purple gingham accents! It would be the first of many, I'm sure.

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  129. I would love to make a pendrell blouse in a floral silk!

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  130. Would love the Pendrell! I don't have anything at present, but I'd love a more casual, cute-sy version.

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  131. I want the Pendrell! And I'd probably make it out of quilting cotton because sometimes I can't stop myself. :)

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  132. I'd like to make a Pendrell in this lovely Alexander Henry leafy fabric. It'd be an exam completion present to myself!

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  133. I'd love to make the Pendrell Blouse in polka dots and in a floral, and a few in solids and in a swiss dot. Pretty much I want to make about 8 of these!

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  134. I'm seeing the Pendrell blouse in a chartreuse velvet... Not entirely sure where to source a chartreuse velvet, but if I win I'll have to find out :)

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  135. I'd love to try the Crescent Skirt. I've done the Pendrell in all its versions in cotton, linen and something that's probably polyester. And I have plans for at least one more. The Crescent looks like it would work well in some of the cute cottons that are in my local fabric store. I love skirts with pockets!

    Nancy (nldegnan@cruzio.com)

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  136. I would love to make the Crescent skirt as making the Pendrall blouse from her pattern was a breeze! i think I'd make it out of a light corduroy type material. I had a similar looking skirt once made out of it and it was one of my favorite items in my closet.

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  137. Definitely the skirt pattern...so many fabrics to choose from...something vintage and summer like.

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  138. Thanks for an awesome giveaway. I love your blog! If I were to win the Pendrell blouse pattern, I'd first make it up in a gorgeous coral crepe de chine which I've been saving for the right pattern. Then I would do several casual versions in lightweight cotton prints. I've recently fallen in love with cotton lawn--perfect for a summer blouse!
    Ponybalony@yahoo.com

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  139. I have an amazing rayon/silk blend I purchased in Paris over a year ago. It's a gorgeous creamy white with small florals, and would be the perfect pendrell blouse!

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  140. I've been drooling over that pendrell blouse for a longg time. I've seen so many cute versions of it, I'd probably have to make a few. I love the idea of a soft knit.

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  141. ooo...I really like them both! If I had to choose I would go with the Pendrell. My sisters gave me a fabric gift card for my birthday and I would have a blast picking out the perfect fabric...err fabrics (because this top definitely needs to be made multiple times)! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  142. I'd love to sew a Cresent Skirt to match my Pendrell blouse!

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  143. The Pendrell Blouse in a Liberty print I have in stash. It would be perfect for summer.

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  144. ooh i just discovered the pendrell blouse and all of its possibilities last night. i'd go with colorful satiny fabrics so i could wear it to work, but i also thought may be a seersucker...?

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  145. I'd ask for the Pendrell blouse, since I'm eager to try Casey's scalloped collar tutorial. I have some floral rayon that I'd like to try it in -- okay, that sounds kind of 90s, but it's not!

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  146. I would make up the pendrell blouse in just about anything i suppose; I'm still learning about fabric choices. It is seriously a wardrobe stable and am excited to give it a try with Tasia's sew-along as a reference!

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  147. I'd love to win the Pendrell Blouse - I have so many pretty fabrics I could make it from. Yay!

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  148. I'm in, for the Crecent skirt! I think it would be great in a dark blue cotton with a rather stiff drape. A perfect wardrobe staple skirt!

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  149. I already have the Pendrell blouse and love it. I would love the Crescent skirt, which I would make in a soft cotton print or in a light denim.

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  150. I would love the Pendrell pattern. I've seen so many lovely versions on various blogs and it seems to be a very versatile top.
    I would make loads of them but I'd probably start with a grey cotton I have stashed away. Its got a slight sheen so it looks slightly silky. Its actually a duvet cover from IKEA!

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  151. I'd love the Crescent skirt and would probably make a lovely summery skirt in liberty print floral from it!

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  152. I would definitely pick the pendrell blouse. I'm always needing more seperates in my wardrobe! I would make one in a solid color and one in something fun like zebra print!

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  153. I finally got my hands on some Liberty fabric, and I'd love to make up the Pendrell blouse in that. Thanks for the interview and the giveaway!

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  154. I would love to win the pendrel blouse in seersucker! How pretty would that be? I think I would like it in a pale blue with small, peach colored flowers on it. :)

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  155. Megan Emberton6 May 2011 18:13

    Hard to choose! I'd like to try out the Pendrell blouse in something floral... a cotton lawn?

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  156. oh the pendrell blouse in this beautiful blue black flower fabric i bought yesterday. oh the beauty

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  157. WOooww!!! I love this giveaway :)
    I'm in love with the crescent skirt!
    I think it would be really lovely in a blue polka dot version :D

    Thanks again for this giveaway!

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  158. Oh-la-la! I really like both patterns, but would choose the crescent skirt first. Summer is almost here and skirts are calling to me. I'd like to try it in a couple of different fabrics, but would start with a casual knit-perfect for warm weather leisure!
    farris_emilie@yahoo.com

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  159. I think both are really cute! But...I have to go with the Pendrell for the sheer versatility. So many sleeve options to choose from - and that's not even talking about the neckline variations I could come up with. Then again, maybe it's only that I can think more creatively about alterations to blouses...

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  160. Clair McLaughlin6 May 2011 20:19

    I would definitely make the Pendrell, I have gorgeous green cotton that would look great!

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  161. I would like to make the Crescent skirt from a light denim fabric - I have recently come to love denim skirts!

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  162. I love the pendrell blouse. I have loads of fabric that would suit it and would make many variations of this top.

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  163. Definately the pendrell blouse. I'd love to make it up in some creamy cottons and maybe some cute floral prints with added lace.

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  164. I would definitely pick the Pendrell blouse pattern so that I can catch up on the last Sew-Along!

    I am participating in the Sew-Along for the Crescent skirt (about the complete my muslin) and I can't tell you how proud of it I am! It's the first 'real' piece of clothing I've made (when I say 'real' I mean, it's something I would wear out of the house!), and I am so excited to show it off to the world! I made the skirt out of a hazlenut brown colored quilting fabric, with a tiny little diamond looking pattern all over - it's kind of a retro design, reminds me of a pattern my Mom would have worn in the '70's. It will look great running through my retro Singer machine!

    As far as the fabric for the Pendrell blouse - I just love the gorgeous fabric you used in the blouse above! I would love to make it out of a similar, rich blue polyester - would be perfect to wear to the office on scorchering hot days this summer! Of course I would also love to make it in a polka dot mint green sheer cotton, or something of the like for weekends. :)

    Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  165. I like the design of the Pendrell Blouse,what fabric ? hummm... i would like it in light cotton or some sheer fabric, how about dotted chiffon ? I might even add a pussybow on the neckline :)

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  166. I'd love the Crecsent skirt - I already have the Pendrell and I love it!
    I'd make the skirt a few times in some Alexander Henry prints and some polka dot cottons. I'm thinking the grumpy owl print or some skulls!

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  167. Crescent Skirt (version A) most probably in denim (I looooove denim skirts)

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  168. Oohh I would make the Pendrell blouse in a green with yellow polka dot fabric I have, or a teal voile. It is a versatile pattern that can be made up in so many different fabrics!

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  169. Susan in Dulwich7 May 2011 21:27

    I'd love to make the Pendrell blouse - I've not bought the pattern yet as I have a couple of projects I ought to finish before contemplating new ones (willpower don't fail me now). I think it's a lovely versatile pattern and I'm inspired by the examples out there in the blogosphere. I reckon I would make it in a satin and would wear if to work. Thanks for the giveaway and for a great blog!

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  170. Hi, I've been dying to try the Pendrell blouse and this would be the push I needed. I'm not sure about the fabric, although I'm having a floral moment, I would probably use a spotty cotton poplin.

    sharky4george at fsmail.net

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  171. I love the skirt, and I've never sewn one before. I think I'd use the incredible cotton lawn that I bought in a boutique fabric store a year ago. Link to the fabric below! : )

    http://i.imgur.com/wqTa2h.jpg

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  172. I'd love the penderell blouse pattern + would think about making it up in one of anna maria horner's voiles for summmer. Gorgeous! Email: anna at copyqueen. co. uk

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  173. I'd like to win the Crescent Skirt pattern and I'd use this sugar-coated fabric to make it!

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  174. I would love to make a Pendrell blouse in the cute dinosaur print kid's sheet I picked up at the op shop the other day!

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  175. I Love the Crescent skirt, but I wouldn't be able to choose just one fabric!

    Love your blog!

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  176. I've enviously browsed pictures of all the sew-along participants, so I'd love to win the Pendrell Blouse pattern! So cute! I'd make it in a solid color....maybe a mustardy yellow? Or a deep blue...(email bemyclementine at gmail.com)

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  177. Ooo the pendrell blouse please and I think I fancy a grey silk :) x

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  178. I would make the crescent skirt in a fun seersucker for a summer in the mountains.

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  180. Love the Pendrell Blouse! I would use some sheer polka dotted material I thrifted a few months ago and change the neckline to a v with a faux scarf tie. But probably not the first time I made it.

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  181. Hi! I'd love the Pendrell Blouse Pattern. I have a lot of skirt patterns but so many tops. I'd make it in pink cotton blend (I am currently obsessed with pink).

    paollawanglon@gmail.com

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  183. I love the pendrell blouse. A nice floral or polk-a-dot fabric would give it a nice touch.

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  184. I'm itching to try the pendrell blouse, I have a real lack of flexible tops of this type. As for the fabric...maybe a black dotted swiss cotton to begin with? Or possibly a mint rayon blend.
    jmb5001 at fastmail dot fm

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  185. I would love to have a copy of the pendrell blouse pattern. Because I have some bodacious tatas :), I would like to make it out of something with stretch like a stretch satin with polka dots!

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  186. I totally am in love with the pendrell blouse. I would love to use liberty cotton to make a sweet summer blouse!

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