Me Made May '14 Giveaway #2

Thursday, May 8, 2014
*Competition is now closed*

Okay guys, here it is, giveaway number Two for Me Made May '14!


Caitlan at Indie Stitches is generously giving away one pattern of the winners choice with shipping included for anywhere in the world. Woohoo!

Indie Stitches has such a lovely selection of patterns all by independent designers. In fact, after reading her post on the Lola dress,  I'm thinking one wouldn't go amiss round these parts (especially considering my last post!).


She has also just started stocking Thread Theory, and I've promised David a Newcastle Cardigan (can you believe it'll be the first thing I've ever made him? I'm such a mean and selfish sewer!!).


To enter to win, head on over to Indie Stitches, peruse her wares and then let me know in the comments which pattern you'd choose.

The giveaway is open to everyone, not just #MMM14 participants, and closes in a week at 12am Thursday 15 May 2014 (NZ time!).

So, what's missing in your handmade wardrobe that you think could be solved with an Indie Stitches pattern?

xx
J
183 comments on "Me Made May '14 Giveaway #2"
  1. Hi Jen

    Easy answer - the Violet blouse by Colette! I have had my eye on that for ages!

    I also really like Cautlan's shop - have bought from there a few times and have been really pleased with the quick delivery and how helpful Caitlan is!

    Evelyn

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  2. Oh lovely giveaway! I'd definitely choose the Newcastle Cardigan. There's a lot of cute stuff I'd love to make, but I have the perfect sweater knit for Newcastle in my stash. :)

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  3. Hooray! Thanks for hosting this giveaway. You didn't specify, but I assume the giveaway is open to non-NZ residents? If it is... well, Indie Stitches has a lot of cool stuff to choose from, but I think the most appealing pattern to me is the Victory Nicolai dress (though perhaps without the sheer top)!

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  4. I would pick the BY Hand London's georgia dress...so gorgeous!!

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  5. Ooh - there are loads of lovely things to try! I think I'd like the Colette Albion duffle coat - if I got started with it straight away I might get if finished in time for Autumn - I'm very slow!

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  6. So much choice...however I would choose The Saltspring dress as I dream optimistically of warm summer days in Yorkshire and this pattern would be a perfect make for me as I sew a wardrobe for every season!

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  7. We have barely moved on to week two of MeMadeMay and I have already realised what my wardrobe is lacking: Basics, so I need tops and leggings, therefore the pattern I'd choose is the Virginia Leggings
    I need comfort wear

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  8. It's so hard to choose, but I think I'd go with the Darling Ranges dress!

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  9. What a choice! The Belcarra blouse or Parfait dress are on my wish list.

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  10. Oh, I would LOVE to have the Madeleine skirt form Victory Patterns :) It's been on my list for a while.

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  11. Wow, just one! I'd totally been planning to buy several of these from each individual pattern company, and you show me this website that has them all plus free shipping to Australia? My bank account does not like you. So, taking into account what I plan on buying later today when my pay cheque comes through, that leaves the Sewaholic Cambie dress as my answer!

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  12. I'd choose the Emery Dress by Christine Haynes! I've been wanting a copy for ages and ages, it's just so cute!

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  13. I'm dying over all of the Anna dresses I've seen, but I also love the Cambie dress, and the Gabriola maxi, and and and...

    All things considered, though, I think I'd have to choose the Cascade skirt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  14. definitely a lola, i've been wanting that pattern for a while now!

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  15. Yay, thank you for the giveaway opportunity, Indie Stitches! There are so many indie patterns I would love, but right now, I'd have to choose By Hand London's Flora. I just got a silk from Mood that I think would make a great Flora!

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  16. So hard to choose, but I'd have to say I'm so late to the party and still do not have a copy of the Sewaholic Renfrew!

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  17. OOOHHH!!! A giveaway I can enter! I would either get the Gabriola Skirt Sewing Pattern (hopefully it would get back in stock in time!), the Renfrew top, or one of the Collette or Victory patterns!

    Brigid
    the Middle Sister and Singer

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  18. Thanks for the giveaway! I would choose Colette's new Moneta dress pattern. I really want to give knits another try, and I can really see myself wearing this pattern.

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  19. The Thurlow trousers by Sewaholic - I'm desperately trying to get my head around trousers and I adore their style (I love Indie Stitches for providing a place to buy Sewaholic with free postage in Australia!)

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  20. I would love the Sewaholic Cambie dress. I have seen so many cute versions of it that I am quite determined to own it someday!
    Thank you so much for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

    (http://somethingeveryweek.blogspot.com)

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  21. Whoo Hoo! I just posted about how MMM was making me think I need some Lolas! I really like the Ava and Sewaholic's Gabriola skirt... Lola's seem practical and fun though...
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  22. Darling Rangers! love that pattern. And thanks!

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  23. Ooooh- I would pick the flirty By Hand London Flora- so cute!

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  24. Oh my! How do you pick?? and free postage in Aus thanks so much for introducing this site i will be making some purchases I think! For now I'd be stoked to win the Eliaslex, Macaron, Crepe or Juniper -- if I'm lucky enough to win I'll narrow it down then :o)

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  25. Would you believe the Tania Culottes? I know it's winterish now but I still hanker for girlie shorts.

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  26. I don't have enough dresses. Colette Hawthorn, By Hand London Flora and Victory Lola are all on my wish list at the moment - I would have a hard time choosing but I do already have fabric that would suit Flora ;o)

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  27. I've had my eye on the Anna dress since it came out, but the Lola dress is pretty tempting too.

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  28. Oh, there are so many great patterns I would love to try! I've been wanting to try the espresso leggings, so I would pick that pattern if it was back in stock. Otherwise I would choose the Juniper Trousers or the Emery Dress. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  29. Even though I have several nicer handmade tops, I'm realizing that my work uniform is really jeans and a blouse. I'd love to try Colette Sencha! Thank you for hosting the giveaway!

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  30. So many cute, cute patterns to choose from! I'd pick the Colette Crepe dress, as I've been curious about trying that pattern for a while. :-)

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  31. I'd love the Emery dress!

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  32. I love the Robson trench coat - would be so good for the Hawkes Bay winter! The question is, am I clever enough to make it??

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  33. I've been eying the Ava dress by Victory Patterns for awhile now!

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  34. I ´v fallen in love with the Beignet pattern and can see me living in that skirt the whole summer.

    /Malin ( http://ohmygreendarling.blogspot.com )

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  35. I'm going to have to say the Lola pattern, it is getting quite chilly and this would be the perfect dress!

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  36. Either the Cascade or Gabriola skirt pattern!

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  37. Sooo many lovely patterns I would love to try! I'd pick the hawthorn dress, the flora dress or the date night dress!!!

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  38. thanks for the give-away, was lovely looking through all the patterns. i'd choose the Thurlow trousers, because I've never made trousers and Its time I took the challenge.

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  39. Thanks so much for the inspiration to get my machines and needles out again. Im going to start creating to pledge for next years Me Made May
    Thanks Heaps

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  40. The mabel skirt would be very very useful to own - I can see this in so many fabrics :)

    http://asaucystitch.blogspot.co.uk/

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  41. Wow, I would love to win a Sewaholic Cambie Dress! I've had my eye on it for ages. Thanks!

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  42. It's so hard to pick, so many fabulous patterns...
    I would choose the Cabarita from Cake. I need some interesting tops in my wardrobe.

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  43. Definitely the Negroni shirt pattern - I've promised my husband I'm going to start sewing him some shirts and I've had my eye on this pattern. Thanks for the chance to win a pattern.

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  44. It's so hard to choose with so many patterns. I'd choose the Cabarita from Cake. Makes for an interesting t-shirt.

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  45. I difficult choose, I think The Date Night Dress & Simple Slip but Flora and Hazel are in the competition, But sense summer is coming soon I hope it's currently 8 degrees and raining with is warm compared with 2 days ago when it was 2 degrees and poring but at least it's better her then in Stockholm where it snowed or slaskade as we cal it when you can't tell if its rain or snow.
    And about making think for your significant other, I have only made Peter 1 cardigan,1 hat, 1 pari of mittens with he doesn't use, 1 pair of socks and most recently a linen shirt that is used about twice a year. and that is in almost 5 years and only because I like to make think as gifts every now and then. That's about once in a year and during a year I make about 36 items for me (that the number of documented project for me 2013). So don't feel bad about selfish crafting, if's a different feeling to make for other and sense you create because you enjoy it not for a living your not so-pose to make thing the you don't enjoy. If you enjoy giving the do it but if not there is no obligation. I have a few people that I make thing for that I now will love and care for the item I make for them. People that value handmade and will hand-wash even if I say that the hand knitted baby garment is machine-washable to be on the safe side. These may not be my closest friends but they respect the craftsmanship and material.
    http://docksjo.com mail a docksjo dot com

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  46. Oh wow, what a great giveaway! I'd choose the jedediah Pants by thread theory so some selfless sewing for my husband, but they're sold out atm so if I can't have them I'd love to try the Georgia dress, its do feminine!

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  47. Wow what a decision. But I guess I'd choose the Chloe from Victore Patterns

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  48. One thing MMM has made me realise is, that while I sew lots of things for other people, I really don't sew much for myself! As such I'd be selfish and pick the negron shirt...yup!

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  49. Amazing giveaway! I would definitely have to choose the Cambie Dress. I know! I'm so behind the times, but alas, most of my money goes to schooling. Thank you so much for hosting this wonderful giveaway!

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  50. Since the first Winifred dresses popped up in the sewing blogs, I dream of sewing my own Winifred. So I try my luck. Thank you for the giveaway.
    Claudia

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  51. The Negroni shirt! I have been promising my fella a shirt for the longest time but still haven't sewn one for him.

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  52. I have been eyeing the Sewaholic Minoru and the Colette Negroni but there are so many I would like to try!

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  53. I need to make my man some clothes and have the goldstream peacoat cut out for sewing. I'd love to make some jebediah pants to go with it. Thanks for the competition.

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  54. There are a lot of great patterns to choose from. But today the weather is not so great and I am gravitating towards a nice warm and awesome Minoru Jacket.

    Thanks for the giveaway. I hope the pattern finds a loving new home :)

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  55. I'd love the Jebediah pants to go with the Goldstream peacoat I have cut ready for sewing.

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  56. I am so in love with Indie patterns, but haven't had much of a chance lately to play with them... I adore sewaholic and bhl, so would struggle making a decision but the bhl anna, sewaholic saltspring and the megan nielsen tania culottes have been on my list since seeing lladybirds versions!

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  57. If I was a lucky winner I'd go for the Lola dress pattern :)

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  58. Thanks so much for the giveaway! If i won I would choose the By Hand London Flora dress :)

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  59. The anise jacket! Looks perfect for the approaching nz winter :)

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  60. Definitely the Anna dress. Indie Stitches has such a great range!

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  61. Thanks for the giveaway!! I would love the Anna dress, By hand london.

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  62. Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway! I love all the designs, but that Gabriola skirt of Sewaholic looks like a great make for the summer!

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  63. I would choose the sewaholic cambie dress. Its been on my want list for while but I'm only really now feeling confident enough about my sewing skills to tackle it!

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  64. I think I'd choose Georgia by BHL - not a winter appropriate dress at all, but I'm definitely missing slinky dresses in my hand-made wardrobe.

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  65. Thanks you very much for this giveaway! I need the pavlova wrap top and skirt from Cake patterns!

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  66. The Winifred Dress!!... Sorry, got a bit excited there.

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  67. Difficult choice! So many good patterns...I would choose Gabriola skirt (Sewaholic patterns) or Flora dress (By Hand London).

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  68. Wow,I'm feeling all exited about this give away and after taking a look on this lovely site I WANT THEM ALL!Narrowing it down I love the Rooibos dress or the Lady Grey coat.I recently bought just the right fabric for a coat,so I can picture it on me already!

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  69. hiya, I've wandered over from Zoe's blog, thank you! Lovely giveaway and if I was to be lucky I'd go for the Elisalex dress. I've been in two minds about this one for ages, but having looked at the various versions on the t'internet, I'd really like to give it a go. Thanks for the chance x

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  70. Great giveaway - thank you! I'd choose the Cascade skirt - I've had my eye on it since it came out!

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  71. Hmm not sure if my comment went through or not. I'd pick the Georgia dress by BHL - not exactly a winter appropriate dress but I'm definitely lacking that sort of dress in my handmade wardrobe

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  72. I need more separates of the practical variety, so I'd go for the Tania Culottes. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. I would pick the Robson Coat by Sewaholic Patterns. I need a trench!! Thank you for this giveaway.

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  74. I would go for the Christine Haynes Emery pattern. I have seen this so many times all over the internet in many an awesome incarnation so would love to give it a try!

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  75. So many choices! I have to try By Hand London's Anna though. I've seen so many beautiful versions of it

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  76. There's too much choice! I would go for the Lola dress, I think. Thanks for the giveaway. jmrbs31 [at] gmail [dot] com

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  77. I would love to win Christine Haynes Emery dress- desperate to try it out although there are numerous other patterns on the site I couldve picked- so may patterns so little time!!!

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  78. Ooooh free shipping to Australia?! Thanks for introducing us :) I love love the Emery it needs to come home with me but the Parfait is pretty darn perfect too! What a delicious decision to make! Hopefully I'll buy one and get one free ;)

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  79. It would have to be the Emery Dress, I would love a few of those in my wardrobe! Thanks for hosting this lovely giveaway :)

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  80. The Jasmine blouse. I need separates, but especially blouses.

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  81. It is so difficult to choose, because all the patterns are so lovely :) But I am eyeing the Tiramisu Dress from Cake patterns for a while now. So far, the only jersey dress I've made is the lady skater - I made four :) So I have to venture out!

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  82. that kind of collar jacket looks good
    http://mandarinacosturera.blogspot.com.es/

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  83. I love the pavlova top andskirt pattern!

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  84. What a great give away and what a difficult choice! I think I would pick the newcastle cardigan for my guy. I think he would love it but is too stubborn to let me try it. If I won the pattern, well..Thank you!

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  85. I already have the Thread Theory Jedediah pants pattern and my husband loves them so I'd probably be selfless and choose something else from them for him! The Newcastle cardigan looks right up his street.

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  86. I would love the Georgia dress pattern by By Hand London. I had a back surgery a couple of months ago and haven't felt vavavoom in a long time because of the pain, not being able to excercise, lying on bed for 8 weeks...Georgia might help me to look at myself and go 'you're not so shabby, baby' again :) And my mister wouldn't mind either :)

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  87. I really need to get off my butt and get a copy of the Cambie dress. I've been lusting after it for years, but something new and shiny always comes along and I get distracted. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. Oooh, the choices! I think it'd have to be the Minoru jacket but it was tough! xox

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  89. Not to be a copy cat but it would be the Lola for me to - I've wanted that pattern for ages...as we are in Spring in the UK its not technically "season appropriate" but knowing our english summers I would definitely get some wear out of it over the spring/summer months...for example its 9 degrees celcius today and raining in the North!!!

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  90. I would choose the by hand London Georgia dress or the Victory patterns Madeleine! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  91. I would pick the Georgia dress. I saw one in real life at the Brisbane sewing meet up and it was gorgeous. What a great site for indie patterns. Thanks

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  92. So many choices! I've been eyeing the Tania culottes for a while now, so that would be my choice.

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  93. What a fantastic giveaway :) I would choose the Goldstream Coat from Thread Theory for sure!

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  94. How nice of you! it's so hard to choose.... I think I'd try the Date Night Dress. Happy MMM'14!

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  95. I am a big fan of separates, and today I am drawn to the Sencha blouse. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  96. I don't know if I'd want the Cordova jacket or the Crescent skirt. I need more cute jackets, and I could definitely use a couple new skirts to stretch my wardrobe out a little!

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  97. Oh, what a choice, so many nice sewing patterns!
    As I made good experiences with the Cambie dress I'd go again for a Sewaholic pattern. I would be happy to win a Crescent skirt pattern :-)

    Thank you for the giveaway and many greetings from Germany :)

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  98. It's a tough choice, but I've had my eye on the Sewaholic Cambie for ages so I think I'd have to go for that one!

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  99. I've been eyeing the Georgia dress since I found out about sewing blogs! Definitely the one i would get

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  100. I have had my eye on the Sewaholic Belcarra Blouse to add more basics to my wardrobe.

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  101. I have been eyeing the Sewaholic Belcarra Blouse.

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  102. I've had my eye on the minoru jacket for quite some time. They have a tremendous selection though, it was hard to choose.

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  103. I have had my eye on the Sewaholic Belcarra Blouse

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  104. Tough decision!
    I think I might have to go for Sewaholic's Gabriola skirt, or maybe Anouk by Victory patterns. I'm up for a seaming challenge, evidently!
    Thanks for the giveaway, and fingers crossed!

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  105. It's so hard to choose but I've had my eye on Sewaholic's Cambie dress for some time.

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  106. The Mae Blouse!! I´ve been looking at this pattern for soo long alreay:)

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  107. I'd pick the Mortmain by Gather. I like the exposed zipper!

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  108. Thank you so much for the generous give away! I would love to take a crack at Victory Patterns Ava...

    tina_crossgrove (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  109. I would love to get another dress pattern for myself, but realistically I would get the Strathcona Henley pattern so that I could make my husband some new shirts, he is in desperate need of them since it seems all the store bought ones are too short for his long torso!

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  110. Ah, gorgeous giveaway! I would love By Hand London's Anna. I would make some perfect summer dresses for me then I'd persuade my sister to get married again so I can sew up some gorgeous bridesmaid dresses with it!

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  111. I've been wanting to try out the Anna dress from By Hand London for simply ages!

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  112. I Would choose the Colette Patterns Hawthorn Dress. It has been on my list for a while.

    Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  113. Thanks for offering the chance to win :) I've loved the Darling Ranges dress for a while and so that would be just perfect

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  114. Well, I'd choose the Elisalex dress, but that wouldn't address my wardrobe 'holes', LOL. I need pants and tops, so the Juniper pants would be pretty cool too! Really, there's too many choices. Thanks for hosting.

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  115. So many excellent patterns! I'd choose the Charlotte Skirt (BHL) because I keep thinking I need one of those in my closet!

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  116. I would love to sew Roxanne by Victory patterns, the collar pleating is just perfect!

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  117. There a million options that I'd love to make from her stock... but right now I think I'm crushing on the Washi from Made by Rae!

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  118. So tough to choose. It's gotta be either by Hand London's Anna dress or Sewaholic's Thurlow trousers. It might be time to take that huge leap and try pants! (cue ominous music)

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  119. Think I'm the only person who hasn't made the Washi dress! I'd love that pattern.

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  120. I would love the Bille Jean dress. It always looks so fun on the gals who have sewn it!

    Annie
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  121. Right to the end of the alphabet - I'd choose the Zinnia skirt. Recently I picked out of the wardrobe a skirt I hadn't worn in ages, a Laura Ashley turquoise corduroy number I bought in a charity shop and shortened to above knee length. I can't believe I let it lie for so long - it makes me feel *exactly like me*, if you know what I mean. Like the best version of myself and all's right with the world. So I was thinking: must find a pattern to make more of these (this is the best thing about being a sewer! realising what's right for you, and then actually going to get it!) And the Zinnia version 2 is EXACTLY what I've been after; waisted, pleated, with belt loops. Magic!

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  122. I think I'd opt for the Negroni pattern, to treat my hubbie to something handmade.

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  123. I would love the By Hand London Charlotte Skirt - I've been dreaming of an Anna-Lotte hack for months... Thanks for the excellent giveaway!

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  124. I'd opt for the Negroni, treat my hubbie to something handmade. thanks.

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  125. I love the Comox Trunks, that sort of underwear suits my husband really well. Would have to hope they're getting more stock in though as they're currently sold out!

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  126. This is my first year doing me made may and I'm in dire need of some quick makes! So many of these patterns are on my wish list, but the top one I've been eyeing is Laurel by Colette!
    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  127. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd have to flip a coin between the Chloe Dress by Victory Patterns, or the Sewaholic Minoru. Don't feel bad about selfish sewing - it's hard to be selfless when there's SO MANY gorgeous things to make for oneself ;)

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  128. Not a lot of choice in my size range, but I do like the Pavlova Wrap Top and Skirt pattern.

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  129. thanks for hosting the giveaway! I have been stalking Victory Patterns' Anouk for years- would def pick that one...unless my practical side won out and I went for the Briar. :)

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  130. I've seen so many good versions of the Lola dress now that I really want to make it!!

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  131. I would go for the Strathcona Henley for my hubby! And by the way, I LOVE my Lola :)

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  132. I'd pick the Jasmine Blouse by Colette for me, or the Newcastle Cardigan for the hubby!

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  133. I would choose the Mae blouse by Bluegingerdoll patterns, because rumour has it they are drafted for a larger cup size and I would love to make a fitted top without having to do any alterations! Thank you for the giveaway, and happy MMM!

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  134. I'd go for the Goldstream Peacoat by Thread Theory. I've been admiring this jacket for a while and, as I've only made hubby one thing since I've been sewing I think the time has probably come for some selfish sewing. Good luck everyone

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  135. Hello Jennifer! This is my first year doing MMMay and I must say I'm absolutely loving it, its great fun & I have found SO many new blogs and patterns that I didn't know were out there...and I've been quite surprised at how many of my clothes I do make myself. I'm just not prioritising my self made gear, probably because I'm deep down intimidated by shop bought fashion, like its 'better/more important'. Its like being tricked really, by the glamour of retail; clothing that's perceived as validated by $$ and association. This is mad and totally not true, just a marketing thing. I am beginning to see that the clothes I make myself more accurately portray me as me & they are something to be proud of. A really interesting notion that I've come to only over the last week. Yay for MMM14!
    However…back on topic. I wasn't aware of Victory Patterns before now & I really like them; the Anouk would be my (tough!) choice though. Its simple but unusual and can be customised endlessly really. That, for me, is a great pattern, I like variety and value!
    Sorry to go on & on but thank you Jen for hosting me!
    Best wishes. Rosie. www.artworkerprojects.com

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  136. Great giveaway, thank you! I have a wedding coming up this summer and would love to make the Flora or Georgia dress for it. I can't really decide which!

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  137. What a lovely giveaway! I would chose the Mortmain dress because I haven't actually made myself a dress yet (but then I just looked up the Mae blouse and that looks amazing too!).

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  138. Ooh, so many choices! I think I'd go for the Emery dress, it looks like a lovely vintage-ish pattern (and Dolly Clackett always makes it look amazing!) I'd just need to wait for summer before making it up...

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  139. Ooh, so many choices! I think I'd go for the Emery dress, it looks like a lovely vintage-ish pattern (and Dolly Clackett always makes it look amazing!) I'd just have to wait for summer to sew it up...

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  140. I think I'd pick the Colette Hawthorn dress... I love the silhouette, but so far I have been too afraid of all those buttonholes!

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  141. Ava by Victory to go with my lovely Roxanne. Wanna give that Cooper bay a try too.

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  142. I'd love the Date Night Dress. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  143. Date Night dress and Simple Slip, need to make something I will wear!

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  144. Hmm... So many pretty patterns. I think I would probably choose the Macaron by Colette, I think it would go nice with all the crazy prints I can find here.

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  145. I already knew what I would answer before checking out their website (but of course I did anyway, it's great!), I have to have a Sewaholic Cambie dress! I'm probably about the only one who doesn't have the pattern, and I feel like my closet needs it! I'm a sucker for dresses, and I'm in need of a new happy Spring dress and that Cambie is just perfect.... Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. the necessity of my wardrobe is a pair of Juniper trousers by Colette (I need them to go to work by bike), but I like too the Madeleine skirt by Victory with suspenders and probably I'll buy before the cute pattern of the skirt and then the more useful pattern of the pants!

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  147. On the top of my pattern wishlist is By Hand London's Anna dress, so I have to choose that one! :)

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  148. So many options! I would have to go with Sewaholics Lonsdale dress. I always need more dresses! Most of my summer clothing are not me made right now and I have pretty much every pattern needed to fix everything but dresses.

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  149. Oooo. The Anna dress. I've seen so many beautiful makes of this pattern and I'd love to make my own. Thanks so much for hosting this give-away.

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  150. The Washi dress from Made by Rae. It'd look great in some African wax fabric I have in my stash.

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  151. Newcastle is something I'd like to sew for my mister as well!

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  152. Too many pretty patterns to choose from, but I think I'd like Anouk by Victory Pattern :)

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  153. I would love to win the Elisalex Dress.

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  154. I would love to try the emery dress!

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  155. I would love the Mabel skirt.

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  156. I love the Flora dress, such a pretty pattern!

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  157. I'd love to try the Washi dress!

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  158. i have always loved the Anouk dress/tunic by Victory Patterns!

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  159. Very hard to pick just one, but I love the Saltspring dress by Sewaholic. :)

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  160. I would definitely Emery by Christine Haynes, I'm hoping it will be the perfect everyday dress, chuck over some tights and a lux slip, add a cardigan + jacket + cute hat + current favorite shoes (depending on the whether) and away you go!

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  161. I'd go for the Lola dress too! It's been on my to-sew list for too long, I need to hurry up and make it for this winter!

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  162. I would love to try the Sewaholic Alma blouse.

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  163. It made me smile when I saw which patterns you picked to illustrate your post: I've been considering getting the Lola dress (maybe next autumn?) and although I have made no promise, I showed the newcastle cardigan pattern to my husband because I thought he'd like it and he did, so I also plan to make one in the future. ^^
    Thank you very much for this giveaway! They have many really nice patterns that I want to try, it's hard to choose. If Moneta comes back in stock I'll choose this one, it's elegant and comfortable, sounds perfect! I definitely want to try it. It not... the Madeleine skirt as I've been eyeing it for a long time.

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  164. I want to try the Emery Dress. I've seen so many fantastic versions online I want a go!

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  165. Awesome giveaway!
    It's a tough choice, but I'd pick the Gabriola skirt by Sewaholic :)

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  166. Aaghgh! all of them! no, wait, because I'm all about a dress with pockets then it would have to be Lola...

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  167. How lovely of you, to host an indie giveaway! Personally, I'd gladly take the Roxanne dress pattern home ;)

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  168. There are some designers on the Indie Stitches site I hadn't heard of.
    I wear dresses and skirts a lot and I have seen some great variations of the Flora dress as well as the Flora skirt alone. Versatility is wonderful.
    Thank you for promoting indie patterns and hosting such a great giveaway.

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  169. I have been admiring the Anise pattern for a while now, love it, such a cute little jacket :).

    http://www.indiestitches.com.au/collections/all-patterns/products/anise

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  170. I think I'd choose the Gather Kits Mortmain dress. It's pretty!

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  171. Georgia Dress or Virginia Leggings!

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  172. Got to be the Emery dress or the Winifred dress! Keeping my fingers crossed

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  173. Great giveaway! I've already got the fabric for two Sewaholics makes but haven't bought the patterns yet. So I'd get either the Thurlow pants or the Minoru jacket (I plan on making a "Mini-ru" like Morgan from Crab & Bee).

    Cheers,
    Eileen

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  174. I love the Robson Coat by Sewaholic patterns! So gorgeous, and I don't have a trenchcoat. Would be great for this dreary spring weather.

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  175. Yay these Me-made-may giveaways are so fun! I would have to go with the latest By Hand London dress, the Flora. I've become obsessed with circle skirts lately and the pleats might just be the most genius thing I've ever seen!

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  176. Thanks for the giveaway! It would be a happy day to win a copy of the Hollyburn skirt. I know it would be a wardrobe staple.

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