CONTEST CLOSED – Vintage Pattern Giveaway, and Guest Posting at Craftiness is Not Optional…

Today you can find me guest posting over at Craftiness is Not Optional for the Vintage May Series…

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Be sure to hop on over to check out this adorable vintage romper and the tute to make those fantastic color block shape tights.

BUT DON’T GO YET!!!

Because I am feeling extra festive today.

Remember that Vintage Pattern stash I stumbled across at the Thrift Store a couple of weeks ago???

Well, I decided I wanted to share the love.

Leave a comment here to be entered to win 6 of these vintage patterns for yourself!

*The only requirement I have is that you be a follower of my site somehow (doesn’t matter if it is through Facebook, Twitter, Google Friend Connect or if you subscribe via e-mail). But when I share love, I like to share it with the ones who love me back – HA!

So go ahead, leave a comment with your e-mail address and you can win 6 Vintage Patterns for yourself. Pink elephants are real indeed.

*The winner will be chosen using Random.org on Monday, May 28th at 9am EST

Thanks so much for stopping by, and you may now go ahead and hop on over to Craftiness is Not Optional to check out that guest post!

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Until next time…

Happy Sewing!


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Jess Abbott the Sewing Rabbit is the founder and creative director behind the me sew crazy blog, as well as SewSet.com, 5 & 10 Designs, GNO Events, and co-editor of STYLO. She resides in Virginia Beach with her husband and 3 children.
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    I follow with Google Connect and I would love to win these patterns. I know my girls would look so cute in any of these outfits.
    Thanks,
    Erin

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    Technically, I’ve been following your blog by having it on my sidebar for a long time now. I’m also officially a follower now. slhorman at gmail dot com

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    I’ve been a follower for a long long time! Love all your tutorials. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. There is nothing better than a vintage pattern! kmnordeen @ gmail . com

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    Well, I read your blog every day but today I officially became a follower! Love the patterns. thanks, mnrridgeway (at)gmail (dot) com

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    I’m currently working on a whole new wardrobe for my soon to be 7 year old who will not stop growing. These would be perfect!

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    love the outfit love your ideas! One of my truest loves in tutorial land is your jackie o dress!I’m a facebook follower!

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    funny to see vintage when they’re probably from when i was a teenager! would love to have them though, if nothing else to show my granddaughters

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    I follow in google reader!

    I’ve been having such fun sewing vintage patterns for the young’uns in my life, and these would fill out my (tiny) collection nicely.

    rachaelclayson at gmail dot come

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    Would LOVE these!! I have a 4 year old boy and a nearly 3 yr old girl, and have set myself a challenge – no new (from the shop) clothes for a while!! For all of us! All handmade or op shop and hand me down up cycles!!! I’ve left my husband out of this though as he hates shopping for clothes anyway so he just won’t get much this year at all!! Vintage and won patterns plus vintage fabric equals a triple score I think. (I follow by email by the way).
    [email protected]

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    Vintage is awesome! I am following you via the Atom feeds, directly to my igoogle.com page. That way I never miss a post! klaird(at)gmail(dot)com

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    I especially like the fabric you used for your jumper. Thanks for sharing the love!! :) I follow via google reader. j-j-s AT juno DOT com

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