23 October 2011

A Fashionable Stitch Giveaway!

 

Did you enjoy reading about how Sunni spends her average day? Wanna get your mitts on some really useful bits and bobs from her shop? You do? Well, you're in luck! Sunni is offering one of my readers a belt and buckle kit of their choice plus an eyelet tool to go with it.

To be in with a chance of winning, leave a comment below telling us what sewing project you're working on at the moment if any (just because I'm nosey). The giveaway is open internationally, with shipping included. The deadline to enter is Thursday 27th October at midnight GMT and the winner will be picked by random number generator on Friday. Please leave your email if it's not attached to your blogger profile so I can contact you if you win.

Good luck!

150 comments:

  1. I'd love to win a belt kit! :) Thank you both for the giveaway!
    I'm currently working on a Pendrell dress. However, it's stalled a bit. Even after two muslins, I've having more fitting problems in my fashion fabric! Grr! So I'm feeling disheartened and have hidden it away at the bottom of the wardrobe.
    Ashley x

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  2. Sewing a Mary Poppins Hallowe'en costume -- the white dress with red corset. :)

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  3. Only working on a little project of making some christmas decs as I was given some christmas fabric for free, yay xx

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  4. Oh, lovely! A Fashionable Stitch has wonderful notions.

    I'm working on a wool bolero, lined in cotton--nothing left to do but the buttons, but I always seem to get stalled on this stage. It's so close to done, I almost don't want to put in the final effort!

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  5. I'd be over the moon to win a belt kit. Love your blog BTW!

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  6. Oh yay I've bought one of these belt kits and made one already. Another one would be fabulous.

    My current project is a purple floral wiggle dress using an early 60's pattern. It's a start on my summer, work-friendly wardrobe. I realised I don't have many dresses that I can wear to work that are light enough for summer. What light dresses I DO have are all full skirts and a bit too frivolous for work. So I'm on a mission to make some simple cotton dresses and skirts in preparation for Melbourne's extreme summer heat.

    Ive made quite a lot of changes to the pattern but the biggest one is that I've added a kick pleat at the centre back skirt seam. The pattern didn't have ANY kind of vent in the back which is a bit silly for a tight skirt so I've added my own. It's going to look really good I think. Yay!

    If I win the comp, I can make a belt to match the fabric.

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  7. This kit would complement my next jacket project... I'm love reading about your productivity project and I'm trying to get myself organised ... I have a couple project on the go.. Finish my Chanel jacket, my Halloween costume and some UFO.. And still need to do my Xmas presents list of handmade gifts.. So it's been busy but disorganised...

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  8. I'm pretty new to crafting but it has totally changed my life. i'm working on christmas presents for my nearest and dearest.... i love it! thanks so much to tilly for your really inspiring blog, you and all the contributions from others have changed all my expectations of what i can achieve.

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  9. Ooh, I have been looking at these belts! Currently finishing off my Sissy blouse from StyleArc. I made it in a goldy/mustard cotton sateen I got from Croft Mill. I'm really pleased with the pattern and the fabric and the end result. Happy days!

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  10. I have started on a pair of outdoorsy pants, which necessitates first altering my overall pattern to work with a waistband rather than shoulder straps. But somehow I was distracted this weekend by my mismatched living-room curtains, and started in on making up a new set...

    Should I be fortunate enough to win the belt kit, it would be put to use as an accessory for springtime sewing, maybe for a lightweight corduroy jumper/tunic

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  11. Fantastic kit, here in Italy I have not found yet.Right now I'm finishing a dress cosplay a character manga, is a committee, in reality I do not read the manga ... and then I will devote to the design of skirts 30 and 40 years.
    bye
    Debora

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  12. Oooh, how awesome! I've been eying those belt & buckle kits for ages, along with her horsehair braid and pressing tools and other delicious things. Alas, international shipping costs...

    I'm working on a grey knit dress from Ottobre 5/2008, and a knit-yoke Macaron. I also have a teal wool sheath dress still waiting to be hemmed... :)

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  13. I love wearing belts with dresses and it's so hard to find what you're looking for. I would LOVE to win a belt kit as I've been thinking of buying one from Sunni to try.

    I have a couple of things I'm working on at the moment. One is a dress for a Spring Luncheon next week and the other is a vintage blouse. Both are coming along nicely.

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  14. Another fantastic giveaway, count me in!

    I'm currently finishing off my Bombshell dress (from Gertie's Craftsy class) and a cape. I'm planning to wear this at a Bombshell meeting next Saturday. I am also playing around with some bodices for my patternmaking class.

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  15. How timely! I've been eyeing those belt kits from some time!
    Right now I'm working on a wide legged pants for myself. Making pants is a big thing because there are lots of fitting problem to tackle.
    Thank you for lovely giveaway!

    verypurpleperson at gmail dot com

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  16. Thank you for the generous giveaway - please count me in :-) I love Sunni's on-line shop ! I am working on Vogue 8380, and learning alot doing it.

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  17. Ooh, nice! I'd love a belt kit.

    I'm currently making a printed cotton dress with a full skirt and the bodice from this pattern:
    http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/32011-short-dress-with-bubble-skirt
    The project got shelved for quite a while as I was on vacation and then moved to a new apartment. I can't wait to get back to it.

    Dora (dora@dorawrites.com)

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  18. I would love to win a belt kit! I'm currently working on an "LPD" - Little Purple Dress. The pattern is called Little black dress, but mine is purple. Very creative name, I know.

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  19. Right now I'm in between sewing projects because I just moved from Sweden to France two weeks ago. Just before moving I finished a late-1930s work overall and next I'll start on a cotton flannel wrap dress for those lazy, yet chilly, mornings (these old French stone houses that date back to Napoleon are quite slow to warm up).

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  20. Now I'm working on a short coat of my own design.

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  21. I am working on a Dorothy from the Wizard in Oz inspired top for my friend, gingham everywhere!

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  22. That would be a fantastic gift! My next project for me will be the Macaroon dress that might be in need of a belt...Thanks Tilly and Sunni!

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  23. I m working on a shirt dress, i blogged about it here in June, but still havnt finished it,

    http://blog.boobookittycouture.com/2011/06/betty-draper-shirt-dress.html

    i would love to win this belt making kit as it would go perfect with my new shirt dress

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  24. Hello, I would love to make a belt for my Jim Jones Stunt Dress! Right now I am making bag samples for Christmas and I could use some belt backing there to as I could make custom straps.
    Thanks Tilly and Sunni!

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  25. I work on skirts for winter in tweed or wool. Here in Switzerland the weather is already cold.

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  26. Right now I'm working on a 60s dress but forbidding myself from touching it for two weeks until exams are over. It's taunting me Tilly, taunting me!

    Also, I'd love to win a belt kit because it's part of my check the technique challenge, and I'm still yet to make a one!

    Thanks for the giveaway, and the great 'a day in the life' series :)

    Reana Louise x

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  27. What a coincidence. I just found her store a couple of days ago and was very interested in the belt kits. Currently I am trying to sew a man's shirt for DH and I managed to sew one sleeve placket to the inside (after ripping it out about 5 times previously). It's now a muslin and I need to make attempt #2 after I calm down.

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  28. I'm working on a pin tucked voile shirt even doing tailors tacks like my mum taught me in the 80s. And just sewed the buttons on 3 little dresses for little girls from a Japanese pattern book, knitting a hoodie and embroidering a blackwork, not all at once tho!

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  29. I'm not working on anything but my head is full of projects!
    ghainskom at yahoo dot com

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  30. Wow, I'd love to win this, thank you.

    I'm working on the macaron dress and a sencha blouse. I'm off work this week so hoping to make good progress with both.

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  31. Great! Want to have a go at making a belt. I am working on a pair of Colette Clover pants right now and about to start a gingham skirt.

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  32. I just finished a pair of 1930s beach pyjamas and next up is probably 40s style high waisted pants.

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  33. Great belt kit! I am working on a "Santa Bag". I'm quitling red satin, and making a boxy shaped handbag, trimmed with white fur around the top and two white fur balls dangling.

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  34. Please include me! I love Sunni's belt kits and I have used them on at least two of my previous dresses! I am working on a halloween costume at the moment!

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  35. I'm working on a dress for my grand Olde Opry singer Halloween costume and a pair of Clover trousers.

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  36. I'm working on a whole chorus worth of forties costumes for a show! I'm at kujassilverdragon at hotmail dot com.

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  37. Can you please count me in? I would find that belt kit so useful! I'm currently finishing a nautical version of Vogue 1158 (a cute summer Tracy Reese dress). I could then finish off a few other nearly-there projects or make a little jacket to go with the dress - but will probably launch into another frock!

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  38. sewing project: a pair or cafe curtains in my favorite 'halloween' print, & a small tote/rucksack sortofthing in a kitty print.
    needlework project: counted cross stitch stocking face.
    jlalexia(at)yahoo(dot)come

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  39. ooh, lovely! i'm working on a muslin for a cape right now - it already feels like it will be eons before i get to the real thing...

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  40. What a generous giveaway. Thank you.

    My current sewing project is not clothes sewing but I'm making an embroidery for my son's 21st Birthday at the end of November.

    I've taken a photo of him and got my husband to use Photoshop to turn it into a sketch and I've then used this to create an iron-on embroidery transfer. I'm sewing on a piece of silk dupion with silk thread, neither of which I've used before, but I'm pleased with how it's going.

    I'll be mounting the finished picture on a thick piece of blockboard to create a modern looking picture. Here's hoping he likes it :)

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  41. My current project is a corduroy beignet, as it's already getting quite chilly here in Baltimore, but i'm only at the muslin stage so far.

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  42. I am cross stitching a cat pattern for a cushion
    twannywun at hotmail dot com

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  43. Ooh I'd love to win! I have yet to try making a covered belt and am hoping to make one from left overs of a vintage dress I will be altering.

    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  44. I love belt&buckle kits! I have some already, saving them for the perfect project. I was actually thinking about making a red wiggle dress with a matching belt! First I just have to finish my Jenny skirt...

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  45. I just purchased a belt kit from Sunni, but I'm working on a few things that would be super with belts, so another would be great! I'm (slowly) participating in the Colette Patterns Fall Palette Challenge, so I have a bunch of garments on my plate.

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  46. I'm currently working on a pair of boxers (a little late in the game but for the MPB october sew-along) for my husband and a new corset for me. When I get finished I'd like to get back to working on the shirtdress I was planning for this fall, and the belt might just be the perfect addition :)
    kbroadd1 -at- gmail -dot- com

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  47. Oh wow, would love to win one of Sunni's belt kits, I dream about them! At the moment, I'm making a jacket based on a pattern from the Built by Wendy coats book. Thanks for the generous giveaway. x

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  48. oh, me please! I'd love to make a belt for one of several dresses or a top...

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  49. I'd love a belt kit! Thanks!

    I just finished a Pointy Kitty from the free pattern at Wee Wonderfuls. His name is Oliver and he's adorable!

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  50. Thanks to you both for thinking of this! I am working on a fascinator that I hope to give a friend for Christmas!

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  51. Such a cool giveaway! Right now I'm working on a week of simple tops to bulk up my work seperates, hoping to get four finished by next weekend!

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  52. Awesome, I love her shop. :)
    I'm working on a 40s style jacket since it's finally getting a little chilly here. Though I think it'll be back in the low 80s next week. :/

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  53. I need to buy one of these either way - some of the next projects I have in mind could really benefit from a custom belt. One is a cape in wool for fall, and the other is a button up dress from a 60s pattern.

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  54. Working on Vogue 8511 in a silk tweed, which would look great with a belt! Also a circle skirt following Casey's instructions, and the pleated skirt by Gertie on the Burda web site. Love your bog! Gaylene.parish@virgin.net

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  55. I've been working on a peacock blue wool jacket that has been on my sewing table for months. Hopefully it will be done in time for winter.

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  56. I'm between projects right now. But I might tackle a polo shirt for my hubby next... never sewed for him before!
    I'd love to try out a belt kit to go with some of my long tops.

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  57. Fun giveaway! I'm working on the 1920s Tulip Kimono from Decades of Style and hope to be done today. Lots of hand stitching involved. My email is sewinintherain[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  58. I'm still working on my Halloween costume! Made a TARDIS dress, now to make a wee hat. :)

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  60. It would be so great to win one of Sunni's belt kits. I love her blog and projects...unfortunately international shipping cost have prevented me from buying...so I would really be happy to win...I could use a belt for the jeans I am working on

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  61. I'm about to start on my niece's pumpkin dress. It's from a vintage 70s pattern and has a tiered skirt. Along the way, I'm going to be making muslins of coats to try on the baby because I've heard that the pattern I acquired to make her a coat is wildly oversized. Then it's matching coats for them, matching "apron dresses" as Bit calls them, and some corduroy dresses for winter. And Christmas dresses after that, followed by Christmas presents, and then some overalls in Bit's size. So yeah, got a busy few months of sewing ahead of me!

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  62. I am currently making a cobalt blue wool coat. I am almost done, just have to finish the lining and sew it all together... Okay so maybe not almost done... Would love to make a nice belt to go with it;)

    marloesh.j at gmail.com

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  63. I'd be very happy to win a belt kit!
    Unfortunately, the sewing right now is plowing through mending, to make way for some new winter projects.

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  64. I love a good giveaway!

    I'm currently working on a few different things. My brother and his wife are expecting their first baby in a couple of months and I've just found out what they're having (but I'm having to keep it secret from my parents!) so I'm making a quite, bibs, clothes and a nappy bag. Add to that my first crescent skirt (which is cut but not sewn) and I'm busy until Christmas, I reckon!

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  65. Thanks to you both for the giveaway! I'd love to make a belt, especially as I'm working on bringing more interest to my outfits through accessories. As a shy pear, I haven't worn a belt in ages, but I'm seeing the light . . . . Anyhow, I'm working on a long-sleeved jersey dress in a lovely army-green rayon, and a skirt/top/obi sash in chocolate brown/peacock/coordinating print, respectively.

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  66. What a great giveaway!

    I'm currently working on Christmas presents for family & a shrug hoodie for myself.

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  67. Teaching myself to sew but too scared of taking my measurements to sew for me so am working my way through the book Vintage Style for Kids...currently making Girls PJ's... slowly as you need to correct for errors in the pattern...

    5currantbuns at appetiteforcake dot co dot uk

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  68. I would love to win this kit! I have some dress projects planned that it would be perfect for, after I finish the holiday gifts I have been working on. I am making some boxer shorts, aprons and a kimono or two.

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  69. I would love to win a belt kit! I'm not currently working on any sewing projects, but I have several set aside for December (when I'm on break from school).

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  70. Hi lovely lady!! I am currently working on a pair of trousers as one of my pairs of sailor trousers died leaving me with only two pair in the world. Oh, and they would look so much better with a lovely fabric belt!

    And baby shoes for Christmas pressies (so organised for once!)

    Zoe xxx
    (sozoblog (at) gmail (dot) com)

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  71. I'm working quite a few things that need getting done before the end of November next month: napkins for Turkey Day, a Colette Negroni shirt for my husband for our anniversary and the Colette Sencha blouse for myself.

    Phew. I'm already tired.

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  72. Could you please include me in the draw. Working on a tweed dress right now and might need to make belt. Sheila
    semcqu@gmail.com

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  73. I would love to part of this give-away, please count me in. Sunni's products are right on and her customer service is excellent!

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  74. Such a great giveaway - Sunni's shop is amazing :)

    I'm currently working on a simple, deep-blue cocktail dress. Just the hem to go!

    fortyacrewood at gmail dot com

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  75. I'm working on too many projects, haha. Right this second it's a pink gingham pleated skirt, but I'm also making Wearing History's sailor suit and a pair of grey shorts (from the Sailor Suit pattern as well!). WAY too ambitious, considering I also have 6 assignments. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    caitliann.c at gmail dot com

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  76. I'm working on a toddler dress for my daughter, the pattern comes from a sewing book published 1967. Would love to try out the belt kit!
    anna (at) mormorhadestil.se

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  77. Currently turning a vintage muumuu into a chic A-line skirt that could definitely use a belt! Amym710 [at] gmail [dot] com

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  78. I'm making four pairs of pyjama trousers for my boy from old t-shirts, using a Boden pair as the model. Just the elastic to go in now...

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  79. ~ * ♥ * ~

    Oo! Great giveaway thank you! Currently I just finished my first self-drafted circle skirt via Casey's sew~along and next up I have a McCall's repo pattern in mind. It's a 40s styled dress that would look fab. with a same fabric buckle belt!! ; )

    xox,
    bonita of Depict This!

    bonita{at}bdotdepictions.com
    ~ * ♥ * ~

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  80. oh, what a cute giveaway! I'm currently working on a edwardian style long jacket, with loads of hand stitched cording - Its my entry project for a costume design course I'm applying for, So i'm taking extra care :)

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  81. making a petticoat and full circle skirt for halloween.

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  82. Actually, I'm desperately seeking my Mojo. Where, oh where, could it be?

    Seriously, swamped with work right now so very little time or energy to sew.

    Also, found THE fabric store in midtown but the owner has been away for a couple of months right now and I am worried...How will I feed my accute Obsessive Compulsive Restashification?

    Otherwise? I need a chic dress for an opening and a glam Birthday Dress for Dec.

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  83. Wow, this would be awesome!! Thank you both!!

    Right now, I'm working on a couple different things (of course!). I'm making a sheer low cut blouse out of an impossible to work with but so adorable floral print chiffon, a couple of belts from Vogue (you have to wait for glue to dry all the time! boring!) and a purse for my mom from the Bag Making Bible. This is my first time working with such thick fabric so it's taking a while!

    lisakatec(at)gmail(dot)com

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  84. This would be lovely!! I just finished a cowl-neck top that I got from The Selfish Seamstress and I started my first Violet blouse by Colette.

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  85. I'm sewing a knit polkadot top right now (by hand, because I don't have a sewing machine in the dorm!) (Butterick5495)

    I'd love to make a belt to go with the canvas jacket I bought at goodwill a few weeks ago that has beltloops but no belt!

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  86. I'm more on knitting then sewing these days. I've been knitting the shrug from a free workshop offered by Craftsy.com. I'll be back to the sewing world soon with the clover pants on my list.

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  87. Well Tilly, Im working on a 40's repro dress. Problem is i've got to make the pattern first. no biggie really, just a hassle. Its for Melbourne cup. Ive made the hat, out of some vintage rafia, I haven't made a hat before, i'm sure it would have been easier with a block, but i'm happy with it. My dress fabric is sort of right for the period a dark aqua and cream little check with little sprigs of flowers, its a quilting fabric. 'Also on the sewing list is a 80's floaty dress, tailored shorts for my 10yr old girl, some nice maternity wear for my 20yr old, and a gazillion other things, isn't there always sewing to do. My mum made sure we could sew,she figured it was a skill we could always make some money at. She is dead right, i rarely let people know i sew, somebody always wants somthing, and i really only want to sew for me and my family.
    So back to the pattern i have to make, when i finish it will be my original pattern (i do have some training------long time ago, so no techy stuff). I'd like one day to figure out how to share my dress patterns, because i'm a big girl (Aus size 18). any way there you go. I love to see you learning how to sew.If you were here i would invite you to come and sew with me in my studio. I'm always happy to teach people how to sew/pattern make, but hardly anyone takes my up on it. to much cheep chinese stuff around these days.
    Thanks. Jacky Matthews. jarm@iprimus.com.au

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  88. Hi,
    I'm working on my colette clover trousers. My first ever attempt at sewing trousers so it's a bit of a challenge!

    emma

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  89. Ohhh, I've been wanting one of Sunni's belt kit forever! I'm currently in the very last stitches on a winter coat (buttons and hemming the lining left to do). After that I'm making a dress (Swing dress-style) that could really benefit from a fabric covered belt... ; )

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  90. I would love a chance to win this kit. Currently throwing together some Halloween costumes for the kids.

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  91. What a nice giveaway!! I'm just about to cut out the fabric for my Clover trousers - first time I've made trousers, so hope it goes OK!

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  92. Im not sure if my last comment went through so sorry if it appears twice. I'm not that much of a chancer, honest! I'm working on a vintage Simplicity 3320 dress with detatchable collar, the slim skirt version. I've made the toile and the plan is to use some navy and red plaid. So a lovely red cloth belt would pick out the red perfectly. I've been wanting an eyelet maker for some time so this would be perfect, thanks Tilly!

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  93. I'm currently working on a wearable muslin of my very first self-drafted pencil skirt pattern! The pattern is all cut out and now I'm terrified it won't fit when I put it together. It's purple, which makes it all the more exciting. Woo!

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  94. Sunnis blog is one of my favorites, so I loved to hear more about her everyday life ...

    I´m working on a quilted jacket to stay cozy in wintertime.

    Thank you so much for your inspiring posts, Tilly! Greetings, Zuzsa (zuzsa.haag(at)online.de)

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  95. I am currently working on vintage butterick 4309 in plaid

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  96. I've never made a belt before, and I would love to try my hand at it! Right now, I'm working on my first Colette pattern - the Ginger, version 3 with the chevron stripes. I have the pieces cut and am working on hand-basting the front and back pieces together. I'm terrified that the stripes won't line up!

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  97. currently making another bombshell dress (from gertie's online course)

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  98. Ooh, great giveaway!
    I'm making Applique t-shirts for my kids at the moment.

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  99. Exciting giveaway. I'm intrigued by belt kits .... I'm making my first ever Ginger out of bottle green crepe. I'm hoping the quality of the fabric will be compliment the simPlicity of the pattern. Hmmm, self belt could work very nicely!

    I'm scruffybadgertime(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. Ooh! I'd love a belt kit! I am currently slaving away on costumes for me and the flatmates, so by Saturday I need to have made a red velvet gown, a wedding dress and an apron. (the apron should be pretty straightforward!) All in all, a busy week.

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  101. What a wonderful giveaway!
    Thank you both.
    I am currently working on A Few Loose Thread's 1940s lingere set sew along.

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  102. I'd love to win a belt kit. I'm working in some scarves, crochet flowers and I want to start a dress for my daughter.

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  103. I'm currently working on a couple projects--hunting pants for my husband and a winter snow suit for my 7mo baby. When those are completed, its a 1968 dress for me. How a pretty belt would look with my dress!

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  104. Ooh, count me in! My sewing machine is currently in the repair shop :( But I've recently cut out several projects for when I get it back - a Sorbetto, a pair of boxers and a dirndl skirt are the first few on the list.

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  105. Ooh Sunni's belt kits are on my wishlist! Right now I'm just putting the finishing touches on the draped jacket and skirt from the Sept 2011 Burda magazine. I don't usually make suit jackets but I love this style so much!

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  106. Ooh, great giveaway, count me in! I'm working on a little 50's-style highwaisted shorts in zebra print...rawrrr...

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  107. Oh my god I want that. I'm currently making a pair of Clovers! The hardest part is the stems....heh. No, I'm making a pair of Colette Clover trousers in gray stretch wool. Yep. I could not be more excited.

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  108. Working on a deep blue Vogue knit dress that just needs a hem, ...maybe tonight is the night I'll finish it?!

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  109. ooh me me!

    i'm working on a lot of things... a ceylon dress in hunter green wool with embroidery on the yoke, a leopard print peplum jacket with teal lining, clover pants (ok, i'm still in the muslin phase arhghghghgh) and tonight when i get home i am going to make little cat ears for my boyfriend's halloween costume (he wants to be raccoon mario from mario world 3 lol).

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  110. Cool giveaway! I just finished a Butterick cowl dress and am about to start on a bag made from blue flowery fabric :)

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  111. I'm about to start a cape for my mother!

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  112. i'm currently working on a witch costume. i made a tutu/petticoat already and i'm working on the dress. i'm using the sis boom jamie pattern.

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  113. I'm working on long-sleeved t-shirts and McCall's 5525 trench in a yummy teal colour for me when I should be making Christmas pressies :)

    doveg21@hotmail.com

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  114. I went a little scissor crazy last night and now have a number of refashions in the works. Mainly making skirts from shirts. :D Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  115. I'm finishing a curtain for my kitchen sink right now. My next project will be a simple everyday dress, that totally needs a belt!

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  116. I've had my eye on Sunni's belt-making kits for a while and it would be perfect for the project I am just about to start! I'm sewing Vogue 8667 in a lovely Christmas-red fabric, and a little home-made belt would set it off nicely.
    At my current rate of productivity, the dress will probably be ready for Christmas day rather than the start of October as planned...need to set more sewing time aside.

    Catriona

    (catriona dot m dot m at gmail dot com)

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  117. I've been wanting to order a belt kit! Right now, though, I am furiously finishing halloween costumes for the nieces and nephews. Must sew all the things!

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  118. I'd love to enter please! I'm currently working on a pair of shorts from the burdastyle ruby pattern.

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  119. Hi Tilly! Thanks for the chance to win such a fun little sewing package. I'm currently working on a baby blanket for a friend's baby shower. I'm about half way through what will eventually become a pink and sparkly unicorn blanket!

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  120. Ooo! Nice giveaway.

    I am currently working on Christmas presents for my family. This belt would be perfect for the modified Sorbetto dress I'm drafting for my mom!

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  121. Oh, yes please. I have just bought an old pattern for belts and I think I need this! :o)

    I am currently working on an oven mitt. Still a learner with the sewing.

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  122. Great giveaway! I'm working on a navy shirt with white polka-dots and a big floufy bow!

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  123. Thank for the giveaway! I'm working on a giant, embroidered owl quilt for my bed.

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  124. Hi!
    I'm working on a supercute dress :)
    A kind of sundress..

    (mini_pheob@hotmail.com)

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  125. SWhat a lovely give-away! Sewing a dress at the moment that sadly looks a bit like a nun's habit :( thenakedseamstress AT gmail DOT com

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  126. I´m working on my first dress sewn from a vintage pattern. The belt would be a great addition to it!

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  127. Awesome belt kit! I'm currently working on a Burdastyle skirt - my first ever item of homemade clothing!

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  128. I'm working on some tops based off of the Sorbetto pattern. One's in a cotton tissue jersey, the other's in a rayon challis. Going to be an adventure!

    I had hoped to sew a costume for Halloween this year, but unfortunately life got in the way.

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  129. Fun! I'm making headbands right now, out of both stretch and non-stretch fabrics...my favorite so far is a polka-dot one I made out of the fabric I chopped off the bottom of a RTW dress when I shortened it. People keep wondering how I found the matching headband lol. [ydechance (at) hotmail (dot) com}

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  130. i'm working on a herringbone flannel cape right now. i've cut out the flannel but have stalled on the lining because the pattern doesn't include one, so i have to figure out how to make one that looks good.

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  131. I just purchased a pattern which is a dress with a fabulous collar. I haven't started yet, since it only arrived in the mail today. This actually needs a belt (according to the envelope and it looks nice too!).
    Another project in the works is a black & purple dress, only hemming and adding straps left.

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  132. I'm having a Me-Made Xmas! I'm making 3 toddler girl fancy dresses; pajama pants for the guys; pillow mats for the little kids; the list goes on and on :) I'd love to make a dress with a matching belt for myself!

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  133. I'm basting an exposed zipper on a purple knit dress for work. A self-fabric belt might work too!

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  134. I am working on multiple jelly roll bags with matching cosmetic bags and change purse size bags for Christmas presents.
    Thank you for the giveaway. :)

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  135. I'd love a belt kit! Have have the perfect project in mind!

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  136. I love Sunni's belt kits!

    I'm currently gathering materials to start on my clovers from Colette. A little behind the sew along, but that's okay! I'm excited to use all the fitting links Sarai set up.

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  137. I am working on a purse for my mom. When I say working on it I mean it's laying on my chair staring at me but I haven't actually done any thing with it yet.

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  138. Oh dear...I'm one of those unfocused people so I am currently working on 2 roman blinds for my hallway, curtains for my daughters bedroom, a simple wrap dress for me, a zombie costume for my son (love Halloween!!), a snood for my sister in law for Christmas and several other projects which I've gone and forgotten! I get bored quite easily!!

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  139. I am working on a Sorbetto top, a bit modified so that takes me extraaa time :) i would love to make a belt using Sunni's kit and instructions! thank you for the giveaway!

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  140. Working slowly on a modified Sorbetto top :) someday it will be done! i would love to make a belt using this kit! thank you for the giveaway!

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  142. I could totally use a belt kit! I am just in the midst of making a tailored dress - not that I can wear it anytime soon as I am 6 months pregnant, but hey, I am planning for the future!

    Love Sunni's site and yours as well!

    Visit me at thelittleironpress.blogspot.com - I am new-ish to blogging and still trying to build up a presence :)

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  143. I'm working on a skirt (new look 6917) made from a gorgeous piece of plum mystery material from the remnant section at Joann's. After sewing on the waistband I discovered it was too short. I bought some lighter plum silk duponi and am going to make a pleated band around the bottom this weekend. Might just work. Would love a belt kit!

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  144. Ooooh ... exciting! I just finished a project which desperately needs a belt kit.

    I'm refashioning a sweater with a ridiculous/epic number of wool flowers, and making a purple/gray eyelet skirt. But I keep thinking about black and white garments for some reason, which is odd because I've never been into those type of classical colors before. Hm ...

    snowmanscraps // gmail

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  145. I'm doing a refashion of a thrift shop corduroy skirt so it fits my actual waist and not the one I wish I had! Also starting the muslin of a vintage dress pattern to work out the fitting issues! lynnmlantz(at)gmail(dot)com

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  146. I am working on Butterick 5455. I've some hand sewing of the bodice lining and the hem to do and I'm finished. I have several projects lined up included a tie-neck blouse, corduroy skirt and pea coat using all vintage 70's patterns. My first so very excited about that. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I would love to win the belt kit. I've been admiring them for some time now as they would be perfect for my summer dress projects.

    riaann68 (at) gmail (dot) come

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  147. Fun!!!! I would love a kit from the fabulous Sunni!

    I am a little late to the party but I am finishing up my Fall Palette challenge from Colette with a mustard dress. (peony of course) I can't wait to finish!

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  148. Woot, woot, who doesn't love giveaways? I am currently on the road for work, so I'm knitting up a storm, however there is a stalled Cynthia Rowley 2593 at the home base. Black and white seersucker, but I'm struggling with it cause it makes me look prego-which I'm definitely not!

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  149. Ooh, I didn't even know such things existed. I'm finishing a quilt now and plotting what my first adult-sized garment will be (for me). That's how I stumbled on your blog, Tilly! I thank you for the chance at the giveaway!

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  150. I'm working on a pencil skirt in stretch denim with an edge of red under the waist. A red belt like this would go excellent with it, haha :-)

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