Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Pattern Giveaway

I purchased these while back for my daughters to make summer skirts. I have a few other patterns that we have used now and never got around to sewing these.  In my effort to store less patterns and organize my space I am giving away all three. 
Butterick 5613 in size AA( 6-8-10-12) a few pattern pieces are cut but excellent condition. McCall's 6327 and 6289 In Size AA(6-8-10-12) uncut in factory folds
Butterick 5613



Need some inspiration?
I found this set of lovelies from Carolyn at Allspice Abounds.


McCall's 6327






This version is very cool by Jennifer Boussert at Blog Couture Facile.

McCall's 6289


Kim reviewed this pattern on sewing pattern reviews, she styled it with a short sleeved T and then in the other photos on her blog Kopy Kat Kim, she added tights and a leather jacket to extend the season.

After searching some of these online, I almost decided to keep them. 
Leave a comment if you would like to be entered into the drawing, I will use the random number generator again and pick a winner next week 2/4/14.  

6 comments:

  1. Hi Jennifer,
    Those patterns are lovely, I would totally sew and wear those skirts. My favorite is the Butterick, I love view C, with the pleats.
    Thank you,
    Jackienj
    cutekipepeo (at)gmail (dot)com

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  2. I love seeing what other sewists do with a given pattern! I lack the imagination to see something other than the envelope design, but I think I miss out on lots of fabulous patterns because of it.
    I would love to have these in my stash, the pleated one is my favorite, but I love that McCalls skirt with the tie detail on the side too :)

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    1. I have a hard time with that myself. I always do online searches to get ideas. The McCalls one is really cool, I would have never thought of that design.

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  3. I love the McCall's 6289 in view A. The McCall's 6327 with the pockets (view D) is fun too! I would like any of them to sew up a skirt in the cloud fabric I found today!

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    1. The fabric sounds fantastic. I would love to see it.

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