Saturday, March 28, 2009

Let the free giveaway begin!

Now that I have reached 25 followers, let the free giveaway begin! First, I will start with the prize description for this first giveaway. This prize will consist of your choice of 6 of the clippies in the picture below and along with these I will be including a coordinating (not necessarily matching but coordinating colors) 3 inch boutique style bow for each clippie. All of my bows and clippies also include a no-slip grip which works wonderfully for that fine baby hair. That means you will be receiving 6 clippies and 6 bows!! That will gave a great selection for any little princess to wear :o)


Now, let me explain how to participate. I am in the process of working on a few of my own original patterns and have a few ideas, but I would love to know what others would actually like to see. There are many children's clothing patterns out there that are availabe already, but I would like to know if there is anything that you just haven't been able to find or even if there is just a type of tutorial that you would like to see. Leave a comment on this post letting me know what patterns you would like to see or what tutorials you think might be useful, and you will be entered into the giveaway! On Friday April 3rd at 12:00pm EST, I will post the winner which will be chosen at random using a random number generator!

29 comments:

TLB said...

I would love to see more things for boys. I know it is a commmon request, but boys like getting dressed to the 9's too! At least mine do! I'd love a tie tutorial or some bling tuts.
Great blog BTW
~Heather

Lori said...

I am looking for cute spring sets. Not dress's. My daughter has tons of dress's. I am looking for tuts on some cute outfits, pants and tops or capris and tops. Something different. Thanks

Jennifer said...

I would like to see patterns for boys. My son would love to have me sew something for him but most everything I find is for girls.

J & K Woodbury said...

I would love to see Me and my baby doll things, I don't know something that would coordinate my little ones with her baby toy.

lakal08 said...

I would love to see a CUTE cowgirl dress and cowboy outfit.

Anonymous said...

I would love to see more things for boys. I love to accessorize and the only way so far is with hats!

jade

Anonymous said...

I'd love to have a tutorial for using marabou without making a mess of it. Also, would like to know more uses for tulle besides tutus.

Jo
jo@lynchco.net

TwinMum2006 said...

Like the other have said, how about something for boys? Also, outfits that can be done for brother/sister sets.

Celeste said...

I love outfits for siblings that "match" but are not necessarily the same thing. For example, a dress for one sister and a shirt/pants set for the other sister - in the same fabric or in coordinating fabrics. :)

contact me at:
celeste@mail4me.com

Stacie said...

Lately I've been in the pink and brown craze so I would love to see a cute little sundress in those colours.

BUSY BEE said...

The previous posters stated most things that I wanted to recommend. So I will second their thoughts - some boy things. Items with pink and brown (I too am in love with that combo right now). My daughter is in love with bows right now so this is a perfect giveaway Thanks

bsyb100 AT gmail DOT com

valerie2350 said...

more boy things would be great :)
maybe gear bags or accessories?

Sherry and Gena said...

I would love to win...personally I would like to see more leopard print style or leopard print plus red. There is a lot of children's clothing at babies r us using those colors.
thanks!!

Amanda @ PreciousBeginningsLLC.com said...

I would love to see some boy tutorials...My boy is so left out from all the crafting I do.

Or crafts that you can do with your kids...
Amanda
PreciousBeginnings.etsy.com

techyone said...

Definitely boy aimed patterns. Toys or even quilt patterns for little boys.

ecky said...

i would love more easy pants tutorials!

elkesten at yahoo dot com

Michele said...

Thank you for the giveaway. I'd love to see more girls hair bows and clips in various colors. My daughter LOVES anything for her hair.

Chloe said...

I love reversible dresses! How about some of those?

springshoot5@aol.com

Gloria said...

I don't have any sons, but I do know that a lot of moms would really appreciate special outfits made for their little boys, maybe little overalls or something?

gjw823@aol.com

bldrnrpdx said...

One-piece feetie PJs would be great. And fabric-based toys, like Busy Books (with each page having snaps or buttons or some other closure or workable part to the pieced-together picture) or a 3-D dollhouse that opens up to put furniture and dolls in. Or reversible fabric dolls - right side up it's Goldilocks with a long dress, turn it upside down and pull the dress straight and it's the wolf as grandma (in place of Goldilocks's legs, and with a totally different dress than Goldilocks). Those sorts of things, maybe.

Nicki said...

I would LOVE to see a little Jon-Jon romper for boys. (the romper type that is an all in one shortall with buttons at the shoulders). There are MANY things out there for girls but only a few things for boys.
YOur blog is beautiful. Thank you so much for the giveaway!
Nicki

Gwen's Greenhouses said...

I would love to see you use puffy fabric paint to make faux "pearls" or bead work. It would like a little like cake piping work.

God Bless.

jennem said...

My daughter is a dress fiend, but also wants to hang upside down on the jungle gym. Is there a simple pattern for making a bloomer sort of thing? Maybe out of outgrown clothes or something?
Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

Ariel said...

I am also looking for patterns for toddler boys. Maybe some reversable flood-water overalls?? Something simple looking. Thanks for the giveaway! I am also giving away a doll quilt on my blog:

www.arieleldridge.blogspot.com

kathy55439 said...

I would like to see more boy items as well.....

Jess said...

Of all the tutorials i've gone through lately I think a few that I would like to see are:

1)Pillowcase Dress
2)Baby legs
(w/o using the foot part of the sock)
3)Boys overalls ^^

Thanks for the giveaway and hope to see these tutorials soon!!

Jess

Beeshebags said...

Hi, I have an 18 mth old DGD who I love to see all dressed up....and I'm a co-ordinator when it comes to dressing...so dresses with matching hats/caps would be great...in fact a kids cap pattern would be great as that could be unisex....gotta plan ahead in case a DGS appears one day!
Hugs
Naomi from Adelaide, Sth Australia

Linda and Greg said...

I am having a little boy this week and would love to see more patterns aimed at them!! THanks!

MommaGambina said...

Oh wow! Our girls would love the barettes. Thank you for the chance.

I would like to find interchangable seperates that would include simple tank style tops and short or skirt bottoms for little girls this summer. I think that little head scarf babndanas are still a great idea for little ones to protect their little heads from the sun and matching ones for outfits are always a good thing.

Maybe little beanies for boys, like camp style hats with a tie or elastic chip straps.