Jan 16, 2014

Downton inspiration continues...with another giveaway


Welcome to the continuing series of Downton Inspired Sewing. I hope you've been inspired so far by Caila and Palak, Celina and Hayley, as well as the free Owl Puppet pattern I shared, and today we have two more posts full of 1920's fashion inspiration.

Tasha blogs at I Seam Stressed and I have just fallen in love with her style through her blog. What's not to love about projects like these:


Today she's sharing an adorable outfit with us at I Seam Stressed. Isn't this cute?


Abby from Sew Much Ado never ceases to amaze me with her modern style and great patterns like the Seafarer Top. She also wrote the adorable Ruby Lou Doll pattern. Aren't these just the cutest dolls? (And three of you will win a copy of her pattern today!!)


On Abby's blog she recently mentioned something about having a vest pattern coming out soon. I have two boys that will be outfitted in these vests as soon as the pattern is available! So cute!


Abby made an adorable 1920's inspired dress for her daughter and you can get all the details on Sew Much Ado.

And now for today's fun giveaway! What little girl in the 1920s wouldn't have loved a doll and some doll accessories made especially for her?
THREE winners today will each win a copy of the Ruby Lou doll pattern from Sew Much Ado as well as the amazing Baby Doll Basket pattern by Dana at Made.

Just look at all the options that come in the Baby Doll Basket pattern!


 And wouldn't the Ruby Lou doll just be perfect tucked inside that basket?


You could also win a yard of the fantastic Downton Abbey fabric by Andover Fabrics. These fabrics would be perfect on the Doll Basket or the Ruby Lou Doll! (fabric giveaway open to US residents only, but the PDF pattern giveaways are open worldwide)


Enter below and THREE winners will be chosen! Good luck! And don't forget to show us what you're sewing inspired by the 1920s or Downton Abbey. Use #downtonsewing and your project could be featured!

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20 comments:

  1. How sweet is that pink dress! I would love to make my daughter a Ruby Doll. My favorite was a Rainbow brite inspired home made doll from my GG.

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  2. I'm loving your downtonsewing series the talent and inspiration by everyone is amazing. I know my girls would love a mommy made dolly.

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  3. my grandmother used to sew and crochet all our barbie clothes and the dresses were just immaculate. there was a gray and black prom dress that went to the knees and had a huge pouffy skirt that i just loved! i think my mom still has it all.

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  4. My favorite dolls and accessories were my Cabbage patch kids and a doll carrier/snuggli.

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  5. A baby stroller, I loved to stroll my babies when I was a little girl. I really need this baby basket, I am making a little baby for my granddaughter for her birthday and this would be great to put her in. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  6. My girls will LOVE the baby basket.. Thanks for the giveaway! And Downton Sewing series is so much fun!

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  7. My American Girl dolls! We loved playing with them!

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  8. I made clothes for my dolls, and my grandmother used to take my dolls on the trip (to her house) and they would come back with a whole wardrobe of clothes!!

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  9. So happy to have been a part of this series!

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  10. I think my favorite doll was my small Raggety Anne doll. I loved her and took her everywhere with me!

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  11. favorite dolls of all time are a pair of hugging monkeys I was given as an infant that I've now passed on to my kids

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  12. Awesome giveaway! I love the baby carrier!

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  13. Cabbage Patch dolls, strollers, and then up to Barbies.

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  14. I had a plush teddy bear, I really, really disliked anything that came close to being a doll.

    'till I received tiny dolls from my mom and a huge box of tiny scraps, after that I've made a doll-cupboards full of tiny T-dresses... ;)

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  15. Soo cute, would love to win these. Thank u

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  16. I had cabbage patch kids and loved them, my daughter would love a doll carrier for me to make hee

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  17. Oh, I had a dozen or so of Barbie dolls and an absolute ton of clothes for them! My older sister made most of the clothes and they were gorgeous! I spent many, many hours playing with my Barbies and living the high-fashion life as a child.

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