Jan 17, 2014

One More 1920s Inspired Giveaway

Sadly, today is the end of the giveaways for the Downton Sewing Series. I have loved every minute of this series and seeing what all the wonderful bloggers have shared with us. On Monday we'll have one final blogger share some inspiration and I'll wrap everything up, but today is the final giveaway. I want to say a huge THANK YOU to our giveaway sponsors. At the bottom of this post you can enter to win today's awesome prizes!

But before we say goodbye to this week's giveaway fun, let me introduce you to an amazing blogger who showcases cool sewing for boys in such a fun way. Stacey is from Boy, Oh Boy, Oh boy Crafts and also writes Beatnik Kids sewing patterns. Here are a few of her posts you have to check out.


Today she is sharing a fantastic look for boys! I just LOVE it! Head to Boy oh Boy oh Boy Crafts to see all the details.


And now for the final 1920s inspired giveaway....it's such a fun one!!

I have shared many of the projects I've made using patterns by Amy, owner of Peek-a-boo Pattern Shop. She has so many versatile patterns and recently released the Downton Duffle. It's such a cute pattern for boys (and girls!). And today you can enter for a chance to win a copy of this great pattern!


Today's lucky winner will also get a unique set of printable paper dolls from the always-amazing Sarah Jane Studios. Sarah is a phenomenal artist and what little one wouldn't love to play with a fun set of Paper Friends? Paper dolls were a toy children would have had in the 1920s, but because of the printable nature of Sarah's collection of Paper Friends you can use them in a completely modern way (like printing them out on magnetic paper). I have the whole set of Paper Friends from Sarah Jane Studios and I know you will love them!


And, once again, a winner will be selected to receive a yard of fabric from Andover Fabric's Downton Abbey Collection. (fabric giveaway open to US residents only, pdf patterns and downloads giveaway open worldwide) The Dowager would be quite impressed with today's prizes, I think!


So go enter and good luck! Monday we'll be back to be inspired by one more blogger and I'll share a final round-up of YOUR projects. Over the weekend you can share them using #downtonsewing. So go! Make something inspired by Downton Abbey or the 1920's, then show it off!


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3 comments:

  1. Thanks for having me along, Elisa! This has been such a fun series.

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