Me Made May Week 1 PLUS Win with Miss Maude

Sunday, May 7, 2017
Hello,

Wow, week one of Me Made May is done - I've been checking out the hashtag on instagram regularly and gosh, there are some inspiring hand mades out there.

The competition is now closed. Thank you!!

Today, as a little motivation to inspire you even more throughout the month, I have the absolute honour of hosting the first Me Made May prize pack which is... I just... you guys, this prize is amazing!!

Emma at Miss Maude is sponsoring an amazing prize of two metres of fabric and one pattern of the winners choice from her store PLUS she's going to be throwing in a surprise haberdashery piece, and goodness, there are so many wonderful things you might be lucky enough to receive.

To enter, head on over to Miss Maude and let us know in the comments on this post which pattern and/or fabric you'd choose if you won! 

I've recently purchased two fabrics from Miss Maude (Sun Spots and Flamingos), and they are stunning - Emma has such an eye for curating fabrics, patterns and haberdashery. If you haven't yet looked at her wares, make sure you set aside a bit of time, you'll be there for quite a while...

The competition is open world wide and closes 8pm Sunday 14th May NZDT.



 Images above are courtesy of Miss Maude.

My recent Miss Maude order, Sun Spots & Flamingos - Laneway Dresses, here I come!

In regards to my personal challenge, as expected, I haven't quite been keeping up with the daily photos. Honestly, I think it's something that I just don't enjoy all that much any more. I love looking back at them, but taking them? Nope.

So, I'm not going to stress this part of my challenge. I still wear hand mades on a daily basis anyway, but I think I'll probably only take the odd photo when I feel like it. My knitting on the other hand, that's going great guns :)

If you'd like to see some of my me-mades, you check them out on instagram.

How have you been finding sticking to your challenge so far?

xx
J
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186 comments on "Me Made May Week 1 PLUS Win with Miss Maude"
  1. What a great prize! She does have beautiful things.... I don't think I could go pass the Atelier Brunette Lili modal or their starry French terry.... as for patterns I think I've promised my love a Finlayson sweater.... and as for mmm photos, I'm a bit like you, am a reluctant model at the moment!

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  2. THE AVID SEAMSTRESS - RAGLAN DRESS AND TOP and ORGANIC COTTON LAWN - WILDFLOWER

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  3. ooh, fun! i would love the bye bye birdie cotton and the deer and doe shorts pattern i have been eyeing for ages!

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  4. Their fabric is lovely, love the organic cotton walk with nature and the Deer and Doe Sureau dress pattern.

    I'm not doing daily me made photos this year either, but an end of week look back.

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  5. I would absolutely choose the -LIBERTY DUFOUR JERSEY - MEADOW RAIN and either the Kelly Anorak or the Clare Coat!

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  6. I think I'd want some of that beautiful linen!

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  7. Some lovely fabric, including that cute flamingo chambray. I would probably get the Lark Tee and Liberty Dufour Jersey - Hesketh/Coral, a beautiful knit fabric which reminds me of 30's designs.

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  8. Wow, what a great giveaway. Tilly's Zadie dress and some Liberty Hesketh jersey, either coral or navy, would be fabsy!

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  9. Oh what a fun giveaway, thank you! I would make the Roza shirt dress with Organic cotton Lawn - HYDRANGEA.

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  10. So hard to choose! Luzerne trench and some canvas!

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  11. I am having so much fun seeing everyone's me-mades! I love how here in the Western US we begin seeing posts from the next day each evening. Fabric-wise, I would love the Indigo Splodge from the Little India collection. What beautiful fabrics Miss Maude carries!

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  12. It's so hard to choose, I everything ;) but I really love the Bye Bye Birdie Batiste and I've been coveting the Named Leoti dress for a while

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  13. What an awesome prize. I just discovered Miss Maude recently, such a glorious selection of sewing goodies. I'd love to have the Wren dress pattern and make it in some LIBERTY DUFOUR JERSEY - DOT.

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  14. Wow what a great prize. I would love to try the Cashmerette Appleton dress. A Liberty jersey would be great to try - Nicolas James is gorgeous.

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  15. I would choose the Brumby skirt by Megan Nielsen in midi length and viscose in Coral Blossom or cotton batiste in Golden Moon by Atelier Brunette!

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  16. Oh, how many gorgeous fabrics to choose from! But I think the one I could wear the most once turned into something cool would be the Sulphur laundered linen. Maybe into a Fielder dress from Merchant and Mills? Or a Farrow dress from grailine studio.

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  17. Hi. I'm a relative newcomer to the world of online sewing and am blown away - and so relieved - to discover blogs like yours and the Miss Maude site (there is more to life than Spotlight!). I recently received my first pattern order from Miss Maude and she enclosed a wee swatch of a gorgeous jersey fabric - Liberty Dufour Nicola James (teal), so I might choose that. However I'm also in love with the cotton chambray flamingos! What I really need though is more TIME to sew... cheers, Sue

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  19. Those Bye Bye Birdie prints are fantastic! And I'm totally in love with the Tilly and the Buttons Francoise dress!

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  20. Great giveway! Thanks for hosting it. I would choose Colette patterns ginger skirt and the organic cotton poeme.

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  21. The cotton batiste gurance and the asymmetric top pattern are both lovely. Claire@ragbagsandgladrags

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  22. She has such a lovely store! If I was lucky enough to win I would love the papercut bowline top and the twinkle nights french terry - that looks so snug! Caroline

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  23. It's so hard to decide! I am intrigued by the Papercut Patterns Coppelia top and the woven modal Lili fabric.

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  24. Organic cotton herringbone in black and I'd love to sew the Named Clothing Sointu kimono tee!

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  25. What a great giveaway! I could spend hours on Miss Maude's website... Likewise, I could also spend hours in the Me Made May tag on Instagram! Such inspiration! Although not for the same project, I'd go for the Kelly Anorak and some Silt Grey European Linen. <3

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  26. Thanks so much for the giveaway. Miss Maude seems to have an incredible range of fabrics. I think I'd choose one of the atelier brunette fabrics.

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  27. id get the Beverley twisted bikini pattern (long range planning for summer) and some Merchant and Mills 12.5oz ink blue denim (obviously not to go together :-)- I have my eye on a pair of Morgan jeans and already own the pattern...)

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  28. What a fantastic giveaway! I love all of the cotton batiste fabrics on Miss Maude so much but honestly I'd probably just hoard them (waiting for the perfect project). I am going to try making jeans soon, so sensible me would choose the Named Jaime Jeans pattern and stretch black denim.

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  29. So hard to decide, I love the Viscoe Crepe - Tangerine and the Morris Blazer from Grailine Studio's is always a pattern I have wanted to make.

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  30. I think i would go for the scout t by grainline as i have had my eye on it for awhile. I think it would great in Sparkle tangerine cotton batiste.

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  31. Thread Theory Jedediah Pants and Shorts for my husband and the fabric I would choose is Liberty Dufour Jersey - Nicolas James, Teal cos it's my favourite colours and a little different. Whoever wins this prize is going to be a very lucky person!

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  32. Wow, so many beauties but I'd go for a Merchant & Mills Trapeze Dress from Sweeps Scrim European Laundered Linen.

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  33. This site is lovely! I'd pick teh starry french terry and the Grainline Linden :)

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  34. Gosh! So many options! Wonderful prize! I think I'll go with the Paper Garden Liberty Dufour Jersey in crimson, it is gorgeous! And Deer and Doe Datura blouse.

    Thanks!

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  35. Wow! What to chose!!!? It would have to be lili, so beautiful. But to sew it into a dress, skirt or top????

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  36. Hello! What a lovely giveaway! I'd love to win this dress: http://www.missmaudesewing.co.nz/store/p823/Reeta and this fabric: http://www.missmaudesewing.co.nz/store/p151/Liberty_Dufour_Jersey_-_Spring_Silhouette%2C_Violet.html
    Thank you!

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  37. What an Amazing giveaway! Her site is gorgeous...so many beautiful things! I was immediately drawn to the Skirt with Godets Le 403. For fabrics I love the Viscosa crepe in Tangerine and the Liberty Dufour jersey in paper garden blue. I'm loving this Me Made May and having fun documenting what I'm wearing!

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  38. I didn't know about Miss Maude's, so I'm delighted to have found a new source of beautiful organic fabrics - they have a nice range. I'd go for the organic cotton poplin in hydrangea for a summery shirt dress.

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  39. I've been really wanting the Tilly and the Buttons Orla Top or the Named Kanerva Button Back Shirt and Peplum Blouse either one in Viscose Crepe - Black

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  40. ooh what an amazing giveaway! i would choose the liberty dufour jersey in dot, and the closet case patterns nettie :) thank you!

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  41. I love so many of the patterns on at Miss Maude Sewing and even more of the fabric. I really like the Merchant and Mills The fielder top and dress. It's simple, but dreamy in Linen. I also love the European Laundered linen in Goodnight ��. My goals for mmmay17 are going well so far. I'm wearing me made everyday and I've already completed my goal of altering a me made skirt.

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  42. Hi there - lots of great inspiration there. I'd love to make the Merchant & Mills Camber dress in organic black cotton herringbone. Nice to autumn/winter which we are just going into here in NZ!

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  43. I love the Bye Bye birdie batiste or the organic hydrangea fabric, and would choose either the ginger jeans or the Centauree Dress. So much eye candy to choose from!

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  44. Oh, I love her taste in fabrics. I'm in desperate need of simple day dresses, so I would go for that striped laundered cotton/ linen, or the liberty jersey, so gorgeous.

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  45. Carol Oldfield I love Miss Maude's fabrics and find her site very inspiring. If I won I would choose the Named Clothing Astrid Wrap Trousers and Shorts pattern and make the trousers up in the Viscose Crepe - Amarante (Plum) - what a beautiful combination that would be!

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  46. I would love some of that French Terry! I'm also really keen to make the Kelly Anorak so I would choose that pattern!

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  47. I've been drooling over the cotton batiste cosmic blue and the draped asymmetric top. I think they would make a great combo!

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  48. I would go for the SEWAHOLIC FRASER SWEATER and the FRENCH TERRY - TWINKLE NIGHT, because I love that fabric so much.

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  49. Ooh, what an exciting prize! I would probably pick the European laundered linen in oxblood and would definitely pick the Reeta midi dress by Named Patterns!

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  50. The knits look awesome! I love the Dufour coral one. And a pattern would be the Myrtle.

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  51. I'd go for the named clothing kielo wrap dress and I am in LOVE with those flamingos
    Frankie
    Www.knitwits-owls.blogspot.co.uk
    Knitwitsowls@gmail.com

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  52. oh wow, what a beautiful shop!
    I've been wanting to make the Named clothing Kielo Wrap Dress for a while. As for fabric, the Little India Collection is wonderful but I think I would go for the European Laundered Linen in silt grey.
    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway! Happy Me Made May!

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  53. I adore the Souvenirs de Paris lawn, which I think I'd pair with the Deer and Doe Bruyere shirt for a lovely summer look

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  54. The Copellia ballet wrap top from Named in the gorgeous french terry night with the spots. Love the Miss Maude website 😆

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  55. Oh man, it's so hard to choose. Such beautiful fabrics and patterns! I think I would settle on the Merchant & Mills Fielder Dress in laundered oxblood linen. Amazing giveaway!

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  56. What a lovely give away, I'll never pass on the chance to dream-match patterns to fabric! Oh, how I would love to make the Deer and Doe Aupepine in that beautiful and floaty Atelier brunette lily modal.

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  57. I'd love to sew the Alder shirtdress or Willow tank
    Alison x

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  58. Oh! I've had my eye on Miss Maude since it was mentioned in a post on the Curvy Sewing Collective Facebook page. That European laundered linen is delicious, especially the Goodnight colourway. I wonder if it would be the right weight for an Avid Seamstress Raglan dress?

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  59. Thanks for the giveaway! I really like the Diamonds on Navy knit, I've been searching for a good windowpane fabric for a while and the triangles are a fun alternative! The pattern was much harder to choose, maybe the Cashmerette Appleton?

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  60. Oh, such a perfectly curated collection of patterns and matched fabrics! I love either the Named Jamie jeans or the Morgan jeans pattern (I have the Ginger jeans and I'm on a roll) and naturally the Ink denim and who wouldn't love either of the Liberty floral denims? I would love to sew a Liberty denim!

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  61. I'd absolutely love the indigo daisy or paisley fabric made I to pattern Collette Aster Top. Perfect combination

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  62. I would make Named Isla trench jacket from light blue Irish Linen - Bluebird fabric.and would Wear it on sunny late afternoons

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  63. I am completely in love with my Fielder top pattern but could be swayed by the KNIT ASYMMETRIC SWEATER LE 002 with Liberty Dufour Jersey in blue. It would look like Toile wallpaper and tell a unique story.

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  64. Your website and facebook post say to head over to Jennifer Lauren Handmade, her site says to head to yours!! So I am positing EVERYWHERE just in case!!

    Pattern would be Artemis, by I Am Patterns, and the fabric ... oooh trickier! Either classic black denim, or the stunning houndstooth.

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  65. I would love the some hand blocked cotton, and the lovely cotton bastiste. My pattern, the Avid Seamstress's raglan dress and top.

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  66. So many Beautiful fabrics! I'd love to make a Deer and Doe Hoya blouse with the hand block printed cotton Indigo pond Life.

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  67. I love the Organic Cotton Poplin in Swoop - loving birds at the minute! and the Sewaholic Oakridge Blouse! Need more blouses in my life!

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  68. Oh the linen! It would have to be the Avid Seamstress Raglan Dress in the vincent check linen

    Great name by the way ;)

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  69. I would love to give the Deer and Doe Datura Blouse a go - most likely all variations. Love the button back and cut out detail.

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  70. I would choose the Liberty Morning Dew and the Moneta Dress.

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  71. What an amazing giveaway! I would choose two metres of Merchant and Mills fabric, probably some of their washed linen. I'd also get the Union Dress pattern to sew with the linen!

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  72. Woven viscose - Halo dusk, and the Merchant & Mills Fielder dress pattern :) Nice and slouchy!

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  73. I'd get the Twinkle Night French Terry and something by Grainline Studio :)

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  74. Great giveaway ! I would love the bye bye birdie and the Bruyere shirt pattern, or the Poem poplin... Or the goodnight linen! So many gorgeous fabrics.

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  75. I love the MEGAN NIELSEN SUDLEY DRESS AND BLOUSE pattern and would use either one of the European linens [oxblood] or a 100% cotton fabric -black bulle

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  76. So hard to choose from so many gorgeous patterns and fabric. I would love to try a Tilly pattern in some shade of mustard or Navy.

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  77. What an awesome prize! I'd love to win the EUROPEAN LAUNDERED LINEN - Goodnight and the Hemi dress top pattern. Thanks for giving me a chance to win!

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  78. I'd go for the dark blue cotton chambray and the Deer and Doe Hoya blouse 😍

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  79. I would pick the Colette Moneta dress and some Liberty jersey to go with it! Such a hard choice though, the Scout Tee is also very tempting!

    Hannah

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  80. Thanks for the give away! I would love the Cotton Batiste - sparkle Powder Gold or the Deer and Doe pattern of the Sureau dress.

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  81. Colette patterns, hawthorn dress using the European laundered linen in Boston fall. Oh please let me win this!

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  82. Eek - Tough choice. I think I would have to go the Ginger Jeans and Black Stretch Denim to finally get on the jeans bandwagon! Happy memademay ladies. I love seeing all the makes on insta but struggle too with taking shots of myself :)

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  83. Ohh I love the Woven Viscose in Cosmic Chestnut... Dreaming of Camber Dress using this gorgeous Atelier Brunette fabric. Thank you for this opportunity Emma and Jen :) xxxxx Juliana

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  84. I'd love to try Colette's Phoebe in Liberty's E1 denim -Adriatic A.

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  85. I love the French terry sparkle fabric and would be great to try the Daydress by the Avid Seamstress. Fingers crossed!
    Charlotte

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  86. Great giveaway, thank you. I'd go out of my comfort zone and choose the NAMED CLOTHING KIELO WRAP DRESS and some Liberty jersey, probably the LIBERTY DUFOUR JERSEY - LILY PAD

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  87. What a beautiful website and generous host. I would love to have the Claire Coat pattern, I have been drooling over it for ages. The fabrics are so pretty, I love the indigo splodge, the European linens and the hydrangea canvas, but my favourite has to be the LIBERTY DUFOUR JERSEY - NICOLAS JAMES, CORAL yum

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  88. What a beautiful website and generous host. I would love to have the Claire Coat pattern, I have been drooling over it for ages. The fabrics are so pretty, I love the indigo splodge, the European linens and the hydrangea canvas, but my favourite has to be the LIBERTY DUFOUR JERSEY - NICOLAS JAMES, CORAL yum

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  89. Thanks for a great giveaway. I would choose the Megan Nielsen Flint pants and the Kandinsky blue linen, what a beautiful colour! nic_bostock@yahoo.co.uk

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  90. Wow how do you choose? I love the Twinkle Night French terry but would have to have a long hard think on the pattern.

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  91. I thought I posted to enter already but the internet must have eaten it. What a lovely giveaway! I'd love to try the Named clothing Kielo dress in one of the lovely french terry knit fabrics :)

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  92. I would love Brush organic cotton lawn ( I have a fat quarter of this need it in my wardrobe!) And a sewaholic alma

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  93. I love the EUROPEAN LAUNDERED LINEN in the Oxblood colour, and for a pattern, I'd chose the Deer and Doe Chardon skirt.

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  94. Oh my such gorgeous fabrics, notions and haberdashery! Thanks to # MMM17, we r now connected! I propose my winning combo: Grainline Studio's "Farrow" Dress w/ European Laundered Linen in Goodnight! During the day I teach nursery school and that dress in that lively, comfy and breathable fabric gets 2 thumbs up! Fingers crossed!

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  95. Miss Maude's collection is amazing! I would choose Sun Spots cotton and Tilly's Airelle skirt. I love the assymetrical buttons. Thanks!

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  96. Wow, so many choices.... perhaps Talvikki sweater or Cupidon sweater (I have a dearth of sweaters in my wardrobe).

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  97. Wow! What a selection! I would chose the Atelier Brunette Bye Bye Birdie, which I have coveted for ages and probably the Grainline Alder shirtdress. Thanks for a great giveaway! x

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  98. Omg, the oxblood linen!! So beautiful!

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  99. I agree. Taking daily photos is a pain, which is why I resorted to taking them all on a Sunday then hoping for the weather to not change extremely during the following week...
    I am in love with the Named Clothing Reeta Midi Shirt Dress, and I think it would look amazing from the Hand block printed cotton in lean stripe mono. :)

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  100. Named Clothing Kielo Wrap Dress and
    Organic Cotton Poplin - Hydrangea
    Loving participating in Me Made May. xx

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  101. Oooo! I've been wanting to make a Deer and Doe Melilot for the longest time! It would be divine from cotton batiste in Chalk Charcoal!

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  102. Such beautiful fabrics and such a difficult choice! I think I would go with the Irish Linen - Vincent Check and make a Named Helmi Tunic Dress.

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  103. Cotton lawn dusk fabric and named clothing Jamie Jeans

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  104. I'm loving the Sewaholic Oakridge Blouse! Looking through all the patterns was incredible - there are a lot of stand outs and it was hard to choose!

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  105. Love the Named Clothing Raglan Tee. Think it would be so much fun in the cotton knit diamonds on navy.

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  106. I'd pick the LIBERTY DUFOUR JERSEY - NICOLAS JAMES, TEAL fabric and the ILLY AND THE BUTTONS, BETTINE DRESS pattern.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  107. Oh my gosh this would be so amazing to win! I would love the LAUNDERED COTTON/LINEN STRIPE - OLAND BLACK and I would make a DEER AND DOE PATTERNS - MELILOT SHIRT. Getting this fabric and pattern would make a truly special staple item in my wardrobe.

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  108. I love love love the idea of Appleton dress paired with Liberty Dufour Jersey in coral. Thanks for the give away!

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  109. I've made my challenge easier this year - wearing 2 items a week. Post baby I still don't fit into my old wardrobe and a lot of it isn't practical. (Maternity wardrobe? Let's not go there!!) It's crazy how much it's changed. I'm looking forward to creating more things to suit my changing lifestyle.
    Love the Miss Maude store. The peach skin flamingos are amazing, as is blue tulip canvas for a tote. I know it's an old one but I've had my eye on the cascade duffle coat pattern for a loooonng time. Tracy

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  110. Hi, I'm really enjoying mmm this year. If I won I would pick the Collette negroni shirt as I keep promising to make my husband something and I really like this shirt pattern. Then for Fabric I would chose some Cotton Batiste + Lawn > Organic Cotton Lawn - Hydrangea x

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  111. I'm a sucker for metallic dots so I'd go for the french terry in twinkle night and the Named Augusta pattern

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  112. I love the pattern MEGAN NIELSEN SUDLEY DRESS AND BLOUSE and the laundered linen in Milk - what an awesome giveaway!

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  113. And because I love a couple of patterns - THE AVID SEAMSTRESS - RAGLAN DRESS AND TOP and the laundered linen in Oxblood! (because I love Emma's Me Made May trousers that she took a pic of the other day!).

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  114. The laundered linen and the Moneta dress pattern- not that I would sew that fabric into that dress though....
    That linen just looks amazing.

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  115. I love Miss Maude, Emma has the most amazing selection of fabrics and patterns! I am lusting after the Laundered Linen/Cotton stripe in Orland Black, and the Named Reeta Shirt Dress pattern.

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  116. Gah! I can't even get over how cute the bear family print is! So I think I'd go with the Grainline Alder made with the Bear Family poplin :)

    Cheers,
    Eileen

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  117. I love the HAND BLOCK PRINTED COTTON - INDIGO DAISY - awesome looking fabric!!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. EUROPEAN LAUNDERED LINEN - SILT GREY!! I love this!DEER AND DOE PATTERNS - FUMETERRE SKIRT

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  119. What a great giveaway! I just fell in love with the fabric Organic cotton lawn Wildflower, that would be a wounderful summerdress! And the pattern Named clothing Jamie jeans I really like and I have a perfekt ochre colored fabric for that.
    The me made May is fun, first time I participate (sewn_by_helen at inststagram) and so far going good, only me made cloths so far :)

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  120. I would like the Cashmerette Springfield Top and the Cotton Batiste - Garance. Many lovely fabrics to choose from, it was hard to decide.

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  121. I'd love to make the Colette Patterns Moneta Dress in French Terry - Dazzle Night if you get it back in stock or Cotton Knit - Diamonds on Navy.
    : ) Kelly

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  122. Would love to sew the Grainline Studio Cascade Duffle coat made in the organic cotton hydranga fabric. Very nice!

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  123. What a fantastic prize! I'd love the Merchant and Mills Factory Dress and European laundered linen in Goodnight. Fingers crossed. Enjoying all the images in Me Made May, inspiring as I'm new to sewing my own clothes. Many thanks Jo

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  124. I am enjoying my first Me Made May so much. In my dreams I would choose the Megan Nielson Flint Pants made in dark blue cotton chambray. Then there are so many lovely fabrics to make matching tops!

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  125. You're not kidding about losing time on that site! I've never sewn with an Atelier Brunette knit - the Twinkle Night french terry is beautiful!

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  126. I would love the Morgan Jeans pattern. The fabric would be a much harder choice ... either a denim, or the Wildflower organic cotton lawn, the Poem organic poplin. She has so many gorgeous cottons!

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  127. I'm really loving the Papercut Patterns Watson jacket, as it's something I would probably wear but a pattern I might not buy for myself (as they don't offer it in PDF and their paper patterns are a wee bit expensive what with shipping costs)!

    As for the fabric portion, gosh. There's so many lovely ones to choose from! I have a real love of linen, though, so I think I'd have to go with the European Laundered Linen in Demon Scarlett! It would be good for so many things I'd probably have a hard time choosing what to make of it, honestly.

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  128. I have been eyeing up the grainline farrow dress sulphur linen combo! Would be a great summer dress ��

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  129. Thanks for the great giveaway, I would love to have the Cotton Lawn on point fabric and the Paper cut Clover pattern. Thanks 😊

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  130. So many beautiful fabrics and patterns but my sensible head tells me that I should get the Closet Case Patterns Carolyn Pyjamas pattern and some of the organic cotton lawn in brush to start resurrecting the woeful state of my nightwear.

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  131. Beautiful selection! I like the liberty and French terry along with everything else! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  132. I would definitely pick the Bye Bye Birdie cotton batiste in navy :) And I'd go with the Archer shirt to use the fabric with! Such a fun combo and I've always wanted to make an Archer.

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  133. Wow! It was hard to choose, but I'd go with the Megan Nielson Rowan tee and the Liberty Dufour jersey in blue Paper Garden.

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  134. I've been eyeing the Kielo wrap dress by Named for a while! So no doubt I'd go for this!

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  135. Thank you Miss Maude! I would love the Liberty Dufour Jersey in Hesketh, Navy - what a stunning print! And I've always wanted to sew a Grainline Willow Tank Dress so it might be time I got the pattern!

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  136. What an awesome prize to win....if im the lucky winner I would choose the papercut pattern bowline sweater pattern but would have to take Emma's advice for the material!

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  137. Oh my! I feel like a kid in a candy shop. The indigo pond life is gorgeous, actually the whole collection is lovely - this would be some special selfish sewing. I've been eyeing the moneta pattern for an everyday work horse - this would be for sensible sewing 😉 thanks so much for a wonderful opportunity!

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  138. wow what a choice. think i'd go Deer and doe Bryuere shirt with some European laundered linen in silt grey.

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  139. I would love love love to win some of the neon pink diamonds cotton canvas & as for the pattern the papercut patterns bowline top looks great!

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  140. What a generous person the owner of Miss Maudes must be. I absolutely adore the Liberty Defour jersey in teal and would love to make it up in the Cashmerette concord t_shirt. So many lovely things to buy I am going to bookmark this shop for future reference. Thankyou for allowing me to enter.
    Been wearing khaki me made jeans today. I love to sew.

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  141. So many choices - I'd look at the E1 denim floral filigree and the gorgeous Named Clothing Maisa denim jacket.

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  142. Hi there! I love the idea of the COTTON LAWN - SOUVENIRS DE PARIS, ROYAL being made into a Deer and Doe Hoya blouse. The two metres would be enough to create a beautiful short sleeved version :-) From Mel J

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  143. So many beautiful linens! If I had to pick a favourite though it would be the Vincent Check Irish linen 💙💙💙 Sam xox

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  144. Wow, this is awesome. I really like the European Laundered Linen in Goodnight and the Merchant & Mills Camber Set Pattern.
    You'll find me and my #mmmay17 at instagram @medeasgarderob (https://www.instagram.com/medeasgarderob/)

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  145. I love the liberty denim and also the very first one I saw: the Indigo Daisy handblocked cotton. As for patterns, I love her selection. My favorite is Papercut Patterns, Sea Bell Dress and Skirt.
    allisonpogany at gmail.com

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  146. such a fun give a way. I would choose fabric: organic cotton poplin - blue tulips

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  147. I would like the Deer & Doe Bruyere shirt and think that the Laundered cotton and linen stripe in Gotland red would be fun to work with.
    Thanks
    Fiona

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  148. I'm loving joining in mmm17, it's my first time. Not heard of this company before but super fabrics.
    I love the Wildflower cotton lawn and the Megan Nielson Dove top which has been on my 'to sew' list since it came out.

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  149. Loving all the me made inspiration going on.

    Named Clothing Astrid Wrap Trousers and Shorts would be the pattern I went for. Good grief do I need more trousers. The fabric would be some beautiful liberty print denim. Beautiful but beyond this humble nurses pocket at present.

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  150. I have been eyeing up the skirt with godets or thw kimono top bith by the frwnch label. Fabric shoppers dream at Miss Maude.
    Sonya

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  151. I really like the look of the merchant and mills 101 trousers and the silt grey laundered linen

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  152. Just love so many of the fabrics. One of my favourites is Liberty DuFour Jersey Spring Silhouette Navy. The pattern I have been looking at is Granline Studio Morris Blazer.
    Just love what you are doing. THanks. Debbie

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  153. Wow, so many amazing fabrics to choose from! I think I would pick any of the liberty knits. I would have a hard time choosing a pattern!

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  154. What a lovely selection of fabrics! Hard to choose...but I think I would go with the lili woven modal with a Papercut Patterns Skipper tunic

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  155. I totally understand about losing enthusiasm for taking photos every day of Me Made May. I feel the same. For myself, I will keep trying but not every day. The selection at Miss Maude's is stellar! I would love to try outerwear, particularly the Isla Trench by Named in the Floral Filigree A denim by Liberty of London. Wow, that would be incredible! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  156. Such a hard decision! I'd love the Named Helmi blouse/dress pattern and Cotton Batiste Tabby fabric :)

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  157. What a great giveaway. Making a choice wasn't easy due to all those beautiful fabrics, but I've two beauties two match. If I'am the lucky winner I'am going to make Megan Nielsens Darling Range Dress using the Indigo Splodge fabric from the Little India Collection.

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  158. Beautiful fabrics and a very hard decision- I'd love to make the Minttu Swing top by Named in the Diamonds on Navy cotton knit. Thanks for great competition :-)
    Anita

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  159. Thank you for the entry! I would choose the Cotton Lawn in Sky - I love the colours! and I've had my eye on the Grainline Linden Sweatshirt pattern for a while now. Thanks again.

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  160. Great competition. Hard to decide but if I won I would like the "Avid seamstress sheath dress", and the hand block printed cotton "Indigo Splodge". My fingers and toes are crossed.
    Tricia S

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  161. You have a great selection; very nicely curated! I would love to make the Merchant & Mills factory dress in oxblood or silt grey laundered linen for the coming summer (not this year, probably).

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  162. Ooh, I love your flamingo fabric! If I won the giveaway I would probably go for the Colette Wren dress pattern. As for fabric, too much choice! ;-)

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  163. Hi, I would choose the Liberty jersey - John and make a Moneta dress xx

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  164. I've been wanting to make a deer and doe reglisse dress for ages ❤

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  165. Ooooo Miss Maude, so many choices. I would delight in the organic cotton poplin in 'sprig' or 'hydrangea' with The Avid Seamstress City trousers pattern.

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  166. What a great prize. I think I'd pick the navy Liberty Dufour jersey

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  167. Thanks for introducing me to this very well curated shop! I spent a marvelous time there with dreaming and imagining nice clothes... Tonight my choice would be the INDIGO SPLODGE from India and the Merchant and Mills Top 64.
    Bele

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  168. I'd love to win the HAND BLOCK PRINTED COTTON - INDIGO SPLODGE and Le 500 top! Thanks so much for hosting this

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  169. Hi. Thank you so much for such a cool prize. If i were to win I'd love the named clothing Anda Butterfly Sleeved top/dress please. Thanks again. Claire Croton

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  170. I loved the range of liberty denims, these would make a lovely trench like Luzerne or some groovy trousers

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  171. So hard to choose, but I think it'd have to be the Liberty Dufour Jersey - Morning Dew to make my little man an outfit for his first Birthday in three weeks

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  172. So many to chose from. I think I will go for the Turner dress by Cashmerette and the Liberty jersey in morning dew

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  173. I like all the cotton ones and really like Liberty Dufour Jersey - Spring Silhouette, Navy. I would probably get a dress pattern.

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  174. I love the criss cross cotton Knit. I've also being lusting after the Dahlia pattern for summer. Great competition - thanks

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  175. Hi I'd love to win any fabric & pattern..... I love all of Miss Maude's products. The organic cotton lawn sky & either the named clothing keilo

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  176. Awesomeness giveaway! I would choose the Cleo Pinafore pattern by Tilly and the Buttons and the Liberty Of London E1 Denim in floral filigree A. Or the cotton canvas tulip? So many fab choices!

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  177. Oh wow an amazing prize! I would choose any o the European laundered linens! Probably the Boston colour. And the Metchant and Mills Hattie dress. Desiree

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  178. Merchant & Mills for life xxxx The Fielder pattern with the Oxblood linen pretty please ������ Jane

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  179. I would make the Sheath dress out of the Vincent check linen... dreamy!

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  180. So hard to choose, but I would pick The Avid Seamstress Raglan Dress and Top pattern and the Liberty Floral Filigree denim. Thank you for a great competition!

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  181. I have had my eye on the Tilly Chloe pinafore pattern. I think I'd see it in some livery denim....or flamingoes. Too many choices, change my mind each time I look.

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  182. Love the great selection of fabric, so hard to decide! I think I would like the liberty dufour jersey -
    nicolas james in coral, and I would love to try out the Megan Nielsen Darling ranges dress and top! Great to know there is such a nice fabric store in nz!

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  183. Thanks so much for the opportunity to link with Miss Maude's gorgeous fabrics and notions! I have been looking forward to making a Merchant and Mills Fielder dress in their beautiful laundered linen. That would certainly be my choice if I were the very fortunate winner...

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  184. Beautiful shop and amazing prize! I'd make a Grainline Morris blazer in the 'sweeps scrim' black linen.

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  185. I love the Cooper bag pattern! Thank you!

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  186. I would choose the organic stretch denim black and closet case ginger jeans pattern-plenty of these popping up onmemademay. Unna

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