Thursday, February 7, 2013

Giveaway: Whipstitch Awesomeness

Today we have a really terrific giveaway!
Whipstitch is giving one of our lucky readers free registration to her amazing Sewing Clothing for Kids e-couse:
 
(It's a 5 week course that includes 8 patterns for both boys and girls!)
 
And that's not all...
She is also including a copy of her brand new book Stitch Savvy!
From what we've seen around blog land this book is FILLED with loads of great sewing projects for seamstresses of all levels!
 
Is this a great giveaway or what? 
Thanks Deborah!
 
To enter this giveaway just leave a comment telling us a sewing project that is on your to-do list.
 
And to find out more information about that fantastic e-course just click over HERE and read all about it!

180 comments:

  1. This is definitely a great giveaway! Top of my current to-do list is a shirt for my husband.

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  2. Wow, amazing giveawayǃ On my list are PJ bottoms for myself, a skirt for a friend, and a squid softie for kids of another friendǃ

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  3. My To Do list is long, but first up is a smocked Easter Bonnet for a contest. Great giveaway- the course sounds like fun!!

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  4. My daughter has requested pink polka dot leggings. As long as she begs for clothing I make I'm adding to the list, she's hard to resist!

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  5. Fun giveaway! My top do list is topped with a spring jacket for my little girl. She's already growing out of the one I made this winter. :)

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  6. I need to make summer Pjs for my four year old. I never buy Pjs... So its the one thing I need to make new each season :o)

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  7. One project that is on my sewing to-do list is a Sunday School dress for my daughter :)
    I'm a huge craft book junkie, so I would love to own a copy of the Stitch Savvy book!
    Thanks for the opportunity !

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  8. working on my daughters Easter dresses right now. Next on the list will be a couple lunch boxes for them (the dog is always eating them...uggg)

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  9. How fun! I would LOVE to take this e-course and boost my kid sewing skills! On my to do list was to "refashion" a men's button down, but I'm now sure that's going to happen today! And also make my upcoming Sew in Tune guest post! I'd love love love to win this!

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  10. I have been tasked with making a flower girl dress for my 5 year old. It'll be a new adventure for me as I've never done a special occasion dress!

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  11. Right now I'm working on quilts galore, but as soon as it warms up ill start making **very simple** dresses for my little girl. This class looks awesome!

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  12. i still need to learn the basic construction of clothes. im still teaching myself as i go along and im pretty sure i am constructing some garments wrong. luckily nothing has fallen apart yet:) i do always bring back up clothes just in case one of my dresses falls apart on the seams though:) it would be great to be able to take a course from home! thanks!

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  13. My next project : PJs for my boys. I am also bery tempted to try my first quilt, maybe a pillow cover to start small.
    Thanks for the chance to win !

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  14. I want to make my daughter some sundresses for the summer.

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  15. So cool! After I finish my Signature Look, I'm making an Oliver + S backpack. But instead of a penguin, I'm altering it into an owl!

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  16. I have 12 pairs of undies cut out and a v day dress so those have to get done before anything else gets started.

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  17. I have a pair of orange cords to make for my almost 5 yr old! He wants them for his birthday!

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  18. haha, i have such a pile... number one though is making a weighted blanket for my son!

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  19. I need to sew up the t shirt I cut out for my daughter last week...sitting on the sewing table just waiting for me to get back to it!

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  20. I have two which I want to make asap. Both are for me.... Clover trousers and a jersey top in some divine Nani Iro fabric - bliss :)

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  21. My next project is some shorts and applique shirts for my 2 year old for spring! It's going to be 70 degrees where I live today...so spring isn't too far off!

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  22. What a great giveaway! Thank you! Top of my list is finishing my sewalong look for the men's shirt refashion...almost done!

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  23. I am trying to get ahead of summer sewing because I always get behind. So shorts it is!

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  24. I need to make some winter skirts for my daughter. Here in Wisconsin, girly girls need WARM twirly skirts.

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  25. I have several projects on my to-do list. I have dresses from the Smocking Arts Guild of America Convention that I really need to and want to finish. I hope to tackle them next week.

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  26. I need to finish up a spider girl costume dress that my daughter asked for for her 4th birthday

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  27. I would really like to learn how to make great looking pants for my 6 year old daughter. Off the rack clothes just don't fit her body well.

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  28. I would like to start on sping clothes for my two girls. Also a goal of mine this year is to do more sewing for my three boys. Thanks!

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  29. I really want to make something for myself that fits! I bought the Washi dress pattern, but am having a hard time doing a FBA correctly :(

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  30. Oh man....so many things; I've been so under the weather that I havent been able to sew at all. Henley tshirts for my little man; a valentines dress for my daughter; stuff for me (Washi possibly - love that pattern; trying to decide if I can make it work for pregnancy...). Eeshk - so many!!

    Thank you for the opportunity!

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    Christy.

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  31. I was just looking at this course last week. My to do list is quite long. I need to finish a baby quilt (gift), baby overalls (gift), daughter's Christmas dress that she decided she didn't like. Start an Easter dress and finish quilting another quilt that is a gift. It's on the long-arm and halfway done.

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  32. to finish up my bible cover and tutorial and then, who knows! I have lots of ideas.. :)

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  33. My next clothing project is pants for me. I also have a couple quilts that need to be completed. My littlest girl would love for me to make her more clothes!

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  34. What ISN'T on my sewing list would be easier to answer! Crib bumpers for my now 16 month old - should call them pacifier retention system instead - those have been a long time on the to do list! Plus so many more things.

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    1. ha ha ha ha. I was wondering if my 20 month old was the only one still with bumpers (used solely for, as you so aptly put it, pacifier retention).

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  35. I agree with Jenn, what isn't on my to-do list! With spring getting closer, I have 2 little wardrobes to make! :D I have some Banyan shorts cut out ready to be sewn and with that amazing package I just bought, that gave me TONS of patterns to make! :D

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  36. After a mishap with a smaller than needed lining piece, I need to remake a blazer for my son. (Though his younger cousin was the proud recipient of the failed attempt.) I've been so uninspired lately! Maybe this is the thing I need to get me sewing again.

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  37. Well I have quite the to do list but my order of spoonflower fabric came in to make my dad some medical scrub hats.

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  38. I am working on a bra for myself right now. The next project will be shirts for the little one.

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  39. I have a dress to make for my daughter for her brother's First Communion. A few purses for the bridal party of my cousin's wedding and a spring jacket for my daughter. Busy busy!! cvalascho AT yahoo DOT com

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  40. I really want to make my daughter a sailor dress, before she's too old to not wear it!

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  41. My sewing list includes Easter outfits for my (soon-to-be) 3 kids (any day now...) and making a couple of practical fabric storage cubes for awkward storage spots in the house.

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  42. My sewing list includes Easter outfits for my (soon-to-be) 3 kids (any day now...) and making a couple of practical fabric storage cubes for awkward storage spots in the house.

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  43. Next up on my to do list: a jacket for my daughter. I have the fabric and pattern, though I'd better make it for next winter as the temperature is warming up here faster than I'm getting to it!

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  44. very nice, thanks. on my to do list is to finish a skirt for my daughter before valentine's day.

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  45. A sewing project on my to-do list is to finish two infinity scarves. It may take me an infinite amount of time to actually get to them though...

    Cute patterns! And what a fun giveaway! Thanks chickadees :)

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  46. My sewing to-do list is long as usual! On the top right now are an e-reader cover, man's tool apron and a bag for myself. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  47. What isn't on my sewing to do list? ha! I'm heading into some birthday sewing for my almost 5 year old. I'm planning doll clothes and a doll backpack and finishing up a paper doll quilt.

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  48. On my list are spring outfits for the family. I've got 3 boys and a girl so this would be helpful!

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  49. My current project is a knock-off of an Anthro dress. After that, a vest for my husband.

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  50. My List is so long I need a toilet paper roll to write it on :-)
    Some knit fabric tunics and leggings for my two year old daughter for sure.

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  51. Hi! My to-do list includes a fur vest for myself and a fur shrug for my daughter as well as some more fun shirts for my son. :-)

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  52. I just bought an adorable owl patterned fabric and want to make a jacket for my little girl!

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  53. I just bought an adorable owl patterned fabric and want to make a jacket for my little girl!

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  54. I recieved my spring 'Chasing Fireflies' magazine and saw the most ADORABLE outfit: Yellow lace skirt and a white tank with a coordinating yellow lace bow!!!! MUST-MUST-MUST To-Do!!!!!

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  55. An adorable Oliver and S dress is staring me down, daring me to get it started. I've been drooling over the Stitch Savy book and would love to sharpen my skills through the eclass. Thanks!

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  56. Next on the docket are a pair of leggings and a t-shirt.

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  57. I'm do an refashioned denim jumper for my baby girl with teddy bear embroidery and some scrap-fabric rainbow ruffles :)

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  58. Would love a whipstitch course! My son has patiently waited for an art wallet and then my middlest has asked for a Daphne dress (a la Scooby Doo Daphne).

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  59. I really want to start working with knits!

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  60. Biggest and most recent project is a stack of long sleeved shirts for my kids that can be worn at semi nice occations...

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  61. I am following iKat Bag's series on bag making and have challenged myself to make every type she is teaching us on. I am a little behind right now, she posted 2 times this week so I have to get caught up (just making it is not good enough, it has to look nice as well so I have made about 11 bags so far).

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  62. This is an awesome giveaway, oh I would love to win!!! I'm currently working on a duvet cover for my daughter's new big girl bed.

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  63. I have my first selfish sewing project of the year planned, a Washi Dress from Made By Rae. so excited.
    Erin
    Emstone28@gmail.com

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  64. Wonderful giveaway, thank you! First up on my to-do list is a Rapunzel dress for my daughter's 3rd birthday.

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  65. Top of my list is a Valentine's dress for my daughter and maternity clothes for me!

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  66. I have three quilts I want to finish and an Oliver + S dress pattern that I bought ages ago but have never even opened!

    em_komiskey at yahoo dot com

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  67. I have a pretty long list! I am currently making some drawstring bags, and terry cloth robes for a friend, and really need to make more pants for my 6 year old, actually spring clothing in general for my boys, and I was thinking I would like to make some Valentine's PJ's for the boys as well, so LOTS!

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  68. I am hoping to sew most of my daughters summer wardrobe so the 5 week course with patterns would be great! :)

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  69. The mehgandress by sisboom. And I am finishing an anouk dress by victory patterns right now. And just finished a Juliette dressby LilyGiggle for my girl yesterday

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  70. Working our a baby blanket for our upcoming arrival. Hope to get it done in time.

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  71. I would love to win this. I really want to sew my 4 year old a proper woollen winter coat for our southern hemisphere winter. sarajspeight(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)nz

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  72. My to do list is 4 aprons as thank you gifts for our school carnival. Great giveaway!

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  73. On my to-do list is to alter two old shirts of my husband's into maternity shirts for me.

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  74. My husband just cleaned out his closet and is getting rid of several button down shirts. So I want to try to refashion at least one of them into a dress for my little girl.

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  75. I'm trying to finish up a baby quilt for a friend. It will be the first one I've managed to finish in time for the shower...truth be told, the first one I'll finish before baby's arrival! Wish me luck!

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  76. Great giveaway! There is so many things on my to do list but right at the top is a little boy blazer that didn't get done for Christmas that hopefully will be finished for Easter!

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  77. Right now I'm working on a butterfly sleeve tunic for my niece. I have a mickey mouse hoodie planned soon, too!

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  78. I am trying to fnish a diaper bag for our new baby. And yes I would love to win the book. It looks awesome:)

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  79. Great giveaway!! I am working on finishing a couple of quilts, making a couple dresses for my girls, then making some Easter dresses, and a baby doll basket. Thank you!

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  80. Thanks for the great giveaway! Here's to crossing my fingers. :) I'm working on a ruffle skirt for myself after finishing two circle skirts for the girls.

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  81. First I have to finish my signature look for the last week! I set a goal to sew along each week, only one left to go! Then I need to work on my daughter's birthday and easter dresses. I would also really like to improve my sewing skills so I could make a great dress outfit for my son for easter!

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  82. this is great !!!!! thank you

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  83. My beloved kept seeing me sew things for the boys, and got jealous. "How come you keep making cool things in miniature for the boys? Don't I ever get anything?" So I asked him what he'd want. Believe it or not, he asked for a kilt. A cargo kilt. In camo. Oh boy.

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  84. I have two flower girl purses to make for a wedding, perhaps a dress for myself, finish two baby playmats and toys, hem a bunch of pants and do a quillow for my SIL. Just as a starter. I would like to brush up on skills and I love sewing books. Thanks for this opportunity!

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  85. My daughter has asked me to make the party dress from cottage home out of a fun over sized polka dot print. Problem? She's a size 8 - I have to figure out how to enlarge the pattern enough...wish me luck. lol sabrina . mcgrath@gmail.com

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  86. A flower girl sash is on my list... I an dreading it and need to get over it and just get it done!

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  87. I'm working on Easter outfits for the kids. And some Red Ridinghood capes.

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  88. I have a Black and Tan/cream quilt on the horizon for my parents. The scraps are going to be great! A lot of text prints.

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  89. Wow, awesome giveaway! Dresses and pants for my kids are on my list.

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  90. I have a dress and leggings half finished for my daughter and all the pieces cut and interfaced for 2 big bags and 3 small ones. I have tons of baby gifts to make since it seems like everyone around me is pregnant! I also have several new patterns I'm dying to try. Haha, guess I should get off the computer and back to my sewing machine!! Thanks for the chance at an awesome giveaway!

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  91. Sounds like a winning prize! I'd love this book.

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  92. I want to make my nephew some pants :)

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  93. I need to make a pair of baby shoes for a friend's baby girl who was due yesterday - yes, I'd better get sewing!

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  94. On my to-sew list there is plenty of project.. I need to make first leggings and dresses for my daughter and a jacquard shirt for me

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  95. I need to finish up a tunic for myself and I want to try making a tie for my husband and son! Thanks!

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  96. This looks like a great kit! I need to finish a greatcoat for my husband and the Civil War ball we're going to in March! Thanks!

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  97. I really want to make clothing for my kiddos. I've made pj pants and skirts and other smaller items but I'd love to make them some shirts, short and long sleeve. And I'd love to make my daughter dresses and my son some nice vests and dress pants.

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  98. It all depends on who you ask! My roommate would tell you I need to make that tablecloth she suggested months ago, my sisters would probably remind me of some outfit I promised to make the kiddos, but Easter's coming up fast and I'll need to get to Easter outfits for the nieces and nephew soon! :-P

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  99. Tons of drapes for our new house.
    Deborah
    http://sewmuchtogive.blogspot.com

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  100. Love Whipstitch!! One of my projects is some raglan tees for my son!

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  101. right now i desperately need to make my daughter a new dress - she's suddenly outgrown EVERYTHING!

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  102. Wow, what an amazing give-away. I`ve got a long list, but on the top is a geranium dress for a birthday girl.

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  103. Awesome giveaway! On the top of my list is my abandoned sewing projects! As soon as something needs a buttonhole I abandon it lol.... Time to get my brave on!

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  104. Next on my list is a Washi dress for me but for the kids it's utility belts for the boys.

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  105. I HAVE to cover my daughter's window seat... sewing clothes is just so much more fun :)

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  106. top of my list is curtains for my neighbor's kitchen (boo to home dec sewing, I'd so rather sew clothing for my kids or myself)

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  107. top on my list of projects is to finally finish my hubby's king-sized quilt. After that I have a chemo lap quilt to complete and a baby quilt. After that, I need to make myself a new makeup brush travel bag....and 1 of the umpteen patterns I've recently via Sew Fab e-bundle or Melly Sews or Go To Patterns!

    Fawn

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  108. Top of my list is a figgys banyan top for my daughter and another trousers muslin for me!

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  109. I have a lot on my to-do sewing list as well but towards the top are to start spring/summer clothes for my 18 month old twins, nap mats and also some quiet books :-)

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  110. Top of my to-do list is a sailor dress for my niece!

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  111. Top of my to-do list is a dress that my daughter will wear before and after her baptism next week! The baptismal gown is 250 years old so my 7 month old will not be in that for longer than needed ;)

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  112. Button up shirt! It is on my to do list, but I always chicken out.

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  113. Easter Dresses...for two little ones. :)

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  114. Fleece "sleep sack" for my nephew!

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  115. wow, what an amazing giveaway!
    my next project is a dress and leggings for my daughter.

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  116. My "To Do" list is huge, it is to finish all the half done projects I have started. Then to get on with some sewing for myself and my granddaughters:)

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  117. I'm currently working on a costume I'm wearing to a convention next month. I hope to finish it soon!

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  118. Awesome giveaway! I am going to make a bag for myself & I'm super excited about it.

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  119. When this season of Project Run & Play is finished I am going to reupholster my lounges, talk about a big job :)

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  120. Thanks for this giveaway, in my to-do list I have several projects, for example, a pullover for my niece.

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  121. I want to make up the Blank Slate pants for my daughters and son but first, my Dad has asked me to turn some long trousers into shorts.

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  122. What a giveaway! I just finished Ansley's valentine's dress. I should sew up the lisette market blouse that's been sitting in pieces on my kitchen table for a few weeks. It got pushed back to sew up a blank slate blazer for my nephew's first birthday.

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  123. Wow, a great giveaway!
    To do list, well, a pirate look for my 3-year-old. To be finished next Wednesday (on top of the signature look... maybe the two can be combined somehow).

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  124. like so many on the list, just one??? PJ's are next up on the list! like tomorrow!

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  125. t-shirts, t-shirts and well t-shirts for my little girl. she has outgrown all of her t-shirts from last year... (annikaferk@googlemail.com)

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  126. Great giveaway!
    I am now starting to make summer dresses for my daughters...

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  127. A summer romper for my toddler girl (still in the last HOT days of summer here) summer shorts (or something I NEED inspiration) for my toddler boy

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  128. A bridesmaid's dress out of the Shirtwaist Dress from the book, Gerties New Book for Better Sewing.

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  129. Great give away! My next project Valentine Day shirts for my grands. And then maybe a couple of dresses for them.

    Phyllis
    ptl1957@hotmail.com

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  130. Fantastic giveaway¡ one of the to do things that I am looking forward to when the weather is a bit warmer is a swimming costume, kid´s size. It will be my first time sewing lycra, which I fear the most....

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  131. Great giveaway! On my sewing list is: Hollyburn Skirt hem, straight skirt hem, a dress whichs needs hem and armhole binding, a peplum top which needs neck binding, and two jackets which I need to make up muslins for. Whew! I'll be busy this weekend :)

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  132. I would love to make a lite weight jacket for each one of my kids. Thanks for the opportunity!!!

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  133. The course looks great. Always interested in taking my sewing to the next level. My To Do List seems to always be growing. Working on Easter dresses. Then in to summer clothes. Shorts and tops for my 3 little ones.

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  134. Drooling... what an awesome giveaway!

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  135. I currently trying to finish a new purse for myself and then I'd like to make a pile of upcycled leggings for my daughter.

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  136. On my to do list is some clutch purses.

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  137. The top of my to do list is definitely to make myself a new bag. I even have the fabric, I just can't figure out what bag to make. I would love to win this, thanks for the giveaway. :)

    Kelly

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  138. I am working on trying all the new patterns I have been buying.

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  139. I just finised making look-alike dresses for my granddaughter for her birthday. We bought her a Madame Alexander 18 inch play doll. I have material to make them several more dresses for them, and one is a reversable Valentines dress. I need to get going. Yikes.

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  140. My to do list is about a mile long. Lets see the biggest are nursing tops for myself and Easter outfits for the kids. :)

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  141. That would be awesome to win! I have a blanket for my hubby's birthday, and a dress for my daughter to make. SO FAR BEHIND!

    sorry it posts hubby's name

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  142. I have a list that is ever growing! I want to make kids aprons for my daughters birthday party, embellish some hand towels for mothers day gifts, and finish a bag I started and kind of forgot about until now!

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  143. I bought the fab pattern bundle Monday...I can't wait to make the Goodship Dress!

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  144. My next sewing project is to finish a maxi dress for my daughter. And some Lil girls bags out of fat quarters and a few other dresses and skirts!

    Thank you for the chance to win

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  145. My next sewing project is to finish a maxi dress for my daughter. And some Lil girls bags out of fat quarters and a few other dresses and skirts!

    Thank you for the chance to win

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  146. I've got a couple coats and some baby blankets laid out right now. And in a couple weeks, we find out what this baby is and I get to go crazy sewing baby stuff again!

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  147. I have a list a mile long! O+S outfits for my daughter, a purse, a doll or two, and the list goes on. I'd love to take another class from Deborah. I took her pockets class at sewing summit and loved it!

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  148. My list is pretty long. At the top, though, is a pair of Treasure Pocket Pants (from Sewing for Boys) for my daughter. She's gotten to the stage where she LOVES pockets, so she'd be super happy with them.

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  149. Dresses for the granddaughters and shirts for their brothers are at the top of the list today. Tomorrow? Who knows!

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  150. Sólo uno de mis proyectos pendientes?? tengo tantos que quiero y debería hacer... pero bueno, ahora lo que voy a hacer es una sudadera al peque.

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  151. My week 6 outfit is on my to do list. Lol!

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  152. wow! i would really like to make a 50's dress for myself this year :)

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  153. I'm about to start a robe for my husband, then a doll for my niece. Very excited about both.

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  154. a 'horse' vest for my older daughter and a dress for my toddler. Projects started back in hmmmmm, November?
    I think a sewing class would be a huge push to just make things instead of being intimidated.

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  155. I would love to take a sewing class! Things for me to sew are Easter outfits for my kids, curtains, and a lot of mending and patching that I dread doing!

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  156. I would like to produce something wearable, really properly made and able to be worn out, not just something to be dressed up in once as a nod to the days and nights of planning and stitching - first up would be onesie pyjamas as requested by my teenage daughter, good enough for sleepovers not just at home!

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  157. Everything getting ready for baby is on my list! From nursing cover to crib sheets and everything in between

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  158. There are lots of things in my to-do list! Hummm definitely an organizer for my car, it is plenty of toys

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  159. My sewing to-do list is absolutely too long, lol.
    The next thing I have to finish is another pattern test for Peek a Boo Pattern Shop :)

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  160. what isn't on my list! We need curtains, plastic bag holder, coats for my boys, fabric storage tubs, mama cloth... it is endless!

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  161. I have the fabric hanging on my dress form to make one of those short in front, long in back skirts for my daughter. Just haven't gotten around to cutting and sewing, much to her chagrin.

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  162. I want to make a dress for my girl and a vest for my boy.

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  163. My next projects are a messenger bag and a backpack for my daughters!

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  164. great giveaway! on my to-do list are lots of baby quilts and summer clothes for my son. thanks for the chance to win!

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  165. I really need to decide on a pattern for Quinn's Easter dress!

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  166. Top of my list is a dress for my oldest daughter before she grows any bigger and my yardage is not enough!!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  167. Big projects are quilts for my girls for when they move to big beds!

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  168. I have a long long long list of to see but my girls Easter dresses have been put on top! :)

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  169. Bubble dress for my 6 years old and red hood for the younger.

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  170. More clothes for my boys... as they will need new pj's, shorts & shirts for summer! :)

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  171. Trying to get an early start on Easter dresses.

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  172. I have to finish my own apron, it takes only to sew on pockets and bind it

    thank you so much for this great giveaway ^_^

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  173. While I haven't picked the pattern yet I'm going to make a birthday present for my best friends daughter. Either a dress or a fanny pack of some sort (she loves collecting things on nature walks). But she'll have to wait until I am done making a dress for my niece. A Christmas present. We celebrate late to ease on stress.

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  175. i would love to take this course! to name "a" sewing project would be a lie, i have a table full of them.

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