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I am a Homemaker and Freight Broker (with my husband) who has a love of needle crafts, sewing, crochet, cross-stitch. I learned to sew in 2007, really love using vintage patterns (1940's, 50's, 60's) & and seeing how I can modernize them with fabric choices and trims). I need 25 hours in a day to get to everything I want to do!

Friday, August 8, 2008

New - Free Pattern Friday Giveaway!


I have some vintage patterns in my ebay store (shown at left), but have a bunch more to list or giveaway, the ones I will never have time to make. I have chosen 2 for today to give away, US postage free. Just leave a post with your blog link, your email or website. I will draw a name on Sunday and post the winner. I may start to do this since DH asked me "what are you going to do with that box of patterns under the desk?" Some will end up on ebay as they are 1940's-50's. Some will end up as freebies. Post away!

BTW, both are size 18, B40, W31, H42.

8 comments:

Laura said...

Good patterns for me, I hope I win!

Anitra said...

I'm going through a clean-out for an upcoming yard sale, so I could definitely use some cute new patterns to fill up the empty space. :)

The Clarks said...

Found your blog through Wardrobe Refashion. I love those patterns and would love to have them.

Ayesha said...

hello!

found your blog through wardrobe refashion. I recently bought my first sewing machine and now taking sewing classes, What i did not know that sewing can be a pretty expensive hobby.

i can definitely use these patterns :)

Ayesha
http://ayeshazafar.com/blog/

CJ said...

Nice patterns.....I hope I can enjoy them myself....

annie said...

I also found you through wardrobe refashion. I'm in love with the pattern pictures you have up. Can't beat those styles, and its so great that dresses are back "in"

Would love to have the patterns, you're very generous to be sharing with us!

angela said...

fun vintage patterns! how sweet of you to share your...abundance. :) i'd love to be considered. thanks! ~angie

Kerrigan said...

Great patterns! Found your post through Sew Retro :)