Monday, May 6, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

Happy happy joy joy -- it's giveaway day on Sew, Mama, Sew! There are so many fantastic blogs and giveaways that I have no idea how I will get any work done today!
In honor of worthwhile distractions, I am giving away one copy of the latest Stitch with Style magazine and three quarter yard cuts from the Kaffe Fassett Wovens collection by Westminster Fabrics from the fabrics I used to make the High-Low Chevron Skirt (in this issue!).
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Stitch with Style 2013
To enter, please leave one comment telling me what era is your favorite for retro style. I think I would have been happiest in the 1920's as a performer in a Wild West show. I dig those long split skirts, satin western blouses and gigantic brim hats!
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One winner will be chosen on May 10th, 2013 at 5pm PST. The winner will be contacted by email, so please make sure to leave your name and email address in your comment if you are  'no reply' or anonymous. The winner will be chosen using Random.org.
High-Low Chevron Skirt
I will ship internationally. Good luck! Thank you for stopping by!

Have machine, will travel

Michelle

130 comments:

  1. WAY retro. I love the medieval style (like Renn Fest)!!

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  2. I'd love to live in the goldrush days of the mid 1850s with large skirts swishing around me!

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  3. I love 1950s and 1960s items to sew. :)
    And, I love Kaffe Fasset's latest collection for Westminster Fabric. I also knit, and was pleased to see his work in print design after seeing so much of his knitwear work. Thanks for the giveaway!
    adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. mmmm, flapper dresses, lol! Those fabrics are gorgeous!

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  5. The late 50's/early 60's! Straight skirts, skinny, pointy heels, and lacquered hair!

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  6. I'm going to go with medieval, too :)

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  7. In theory I like the 30s but I guess I wear more 50s/60s in practice. And oh to have the figure where I could wear 20s bias styles.... Thanks

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  8. early 1900's. Definitely long skirts...Downton Abbey style...even though I am certainly not built for them..lol

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  9. I love the 1950s style -- mid-calf skirts and short curled hair. So cute.

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  10. Ooh thank you for the giveaway! I think the 1950s suits me, I love the cars and the fashion from then!

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  11. Luxe hippie-chic for me: tunics, maxi skirts, exotic prints, velvet. Is that old enough to be Vintage? (uh oh, that means I am, too!)

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  12. I love the 50s. So vintage , floral and sexy

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  13. i love the 50's! I love the dresses worn!
    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. I'm pretty sure I belong in England in the 1850's!

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  15. I want to be in Jane Austin's time period.

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  16. I like the thirties and forties with the peplum jackets.

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  17. Fifties nice a- line dresses for me! But I just bought a nice fourties style dress, that just might be the next favorite dress "ever"!
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  18. Oh, Michelle, I think the Oregon Trail people amaze me the most ~~ not exactly an era.
    Thanks for participating.

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  19. Give me a full skirt and a white blouse with a peter pan collar! I think the styles from the late 50's and early 60's are lovely.

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  20. I love all the clothes Joan wears on Mad Men so I think I am a late 60s girl!

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  21. I like the times when curvy girls were fashionable, I know there have been a few.

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  22. I love the Jane Austen Era.

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  23. I love the clothes from the Victorian era though I doubt I would have enjoyed wearing corsets. Thanks for offering the beautiful fabrics and magazine.

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  24. I love the medieval dress.

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  25. I think I could pull of the 1950/60's era outfits and still feel comfy.

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  26. I love 20th century styles from the the 1910's to the 1990's. I would go to the 1930's first and time travel from there.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. Thank you for this chance to win !

    I like to sew for my kids, I already made a "robe à la Française" for my girl, for carnival.

    But for myself, I prefer 50's period for everyday, because it's the one that suits me. I have to prefer periodes where women had breast and hips, I can't put on dresses from period like Napoleonian dresses or 1920 dresses.

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  28. I think I would have been very happy as a flapper girl doing the Charlston but I do love the '50s!!Thanks for a fab giveaway :)

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  29. I love the elegance of the 40s. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  30. I love 60s shift dresses

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  31. Amazing giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.I go for 60s and 80s.Have a lovely day.

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  32. Downton Abbey era for me... I love seeing their dresses. A close second would be the early 60's aka Betty Draper on Mad Men (as long as I had her body to match!).

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  33. I love the 80s
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  34. the 50s. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. wow I think I would like western too.

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  36. Four household style, I like retro 50s--Mid-Century Modern. As far as clothing, I like the Edwardian period. Very late 1800s-early 19teens but I could never get my waist as teeny as my great grandmother's wedding dress was.

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  37. I love the 60's! Thanks for the chance.

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  38. I love the Leave It To Beaver Days!

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  39. 1930s - I would love to have a flour or sugar sack dress to wear

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  40. 1960's or is that too recent to be retro? Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  41. The 50s for me--I love the dress styles with the flary skirts.

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  42. 1950s... classic, romantic, I love them!

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  43. I like the late 60's hippy style.

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  44. I've always wanted a 1795 ballgown.

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  45. I think the 30's or even the 50's.

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  46. I like the 50s style for women. I think I would have always felt very shapely in that era.

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  47. Love the 50's. 1950's I mean

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  48. I love the 50's style! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  49. I love the 50s style clothing.

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  50. I am biggest fan of the 50s! that is the best! love those large full skirts

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  51. I love the 50's styles!

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  52. I love them all but I'm drawn to the 1960's!

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  53. Fab skirt. I'm in.

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  54. I love the dress silhouettes from the 50's!

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  55. love the full skirts of the 50's.
    thanks for the chance

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  56. I really love the 1950s fashions, the full skirts & cute accessories are so lovely. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  57. I loved the 1950s with the nice shirtwaist dresses.

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  58. Love those fabrics! Shakespearean/ Elizabethan era fashions are fascinating... don't know if I'd actually want to wear them daily though!

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  59. I liked the flapper dresses of the 20's.

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  60. I liked the late 60s anything went, mini to maxi, formal to casual... and I had the body to wear them then.

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  61. I will say the 60's because of the classic big skirt dresses and also for the hippie/bohemian look. Will love to win the magazine and fabrics.

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  62. I love 1920's speakeasy flapper styles!

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  63. The Victorian era with those wonderful dresses!

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  64. The 1950´s are my favorite. So many georgeous fabrics, nice furniture, goodlooking clothes!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  65. I'm loving the 50's right now but I also love the flapper look as well. Love the drop waist dresses.
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  66. 20s-50s! But 50s suit my curvy figure the best :)

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  67. I'd have to agree with you and add southern civil war era fashion! But I also have to stay true to the 1970's..my high school years and a decade of the most amazing SHOES ever designed!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  68. I would say 1980's. Thanks for chance to win.

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  69. I'm a 1940s retro girl. Even made myself a dress from that time period last winter and did my hair up in victory rolls for a photo shoot. So classy and elegant a time period.

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  70. I love the styles of the Elizabethan era but glad I don't have to dress like that every day!

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  71. I love the Victorian era fashions ...

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  72. Oh yeah, the 20's is my favorite retro style!! Thanks for the chance!!!

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  73. I love the 1940's and 1950's style. The cut of the skirts and the glamourous hair... wonderful!

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  74. I love the 1940's and early 50's. White Christmas is one of my favorite movies and I love the dresses they wear in the movie.

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  75. Maybe 40's? I think high waists and simple floral dresses are a good look for me.

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  76. Definitely the 50's for me. I may be slightly deluded but i think my mushy middle would have been considered curvaceous then!

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  77. I love a lot of the 70's style as I was born in the 70's!

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  78. I would have made a great flapper!

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  79. That magazine looks just terrific!! My favourite era is the 20s/30s and also the 70s. There are actually some similarities between alot of the fashions from these eras believe it or not. Fingers crossed, I'd love to have a look at that magazine.

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  80. I like the dresses of the Jane Austen era. Actually, I like the smocks that go over the dresses.

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  81. For me it's the 1940's-50's for me. Such a classic look

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  82. I like 40's and 50's. That magazine looks like fun!

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  83. Just loving the glamourus style in the 20ies but I have to much curves for that style so I rather chose the 40ies enhancing all the curves of a female body ^^

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  84. Thanks for the giveaway .. I dont know which era it belongs to but I love bell bottoms:)

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  85. 60's Flower Power for me.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. I love the 70s, straight hair, bell bottoms and big flowers. (Of course I didn't love it when I lived it, all of that itchy polyester, but I can be nostalgic about it anyway!)

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  87. I love the 1920's flapper style! Oh so gangsta jazzy!

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  88. I do love the 20s. The men wore such great suits.

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  89. I have always loved the 50's! I like the styles around 1900-1910, too, but I would never want to wear them!

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  90. I love the vibrancy of the 70`s.

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  91. I love some of the clothes from the 60s and from the 1910s (think Downton Abbey)! Thanks for the chance!

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  92. Mine would be the 50s. thanks for the chance!

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  93. a agree on the 1920's or the 1970's for me. I love the 'free' feeling of the 70's. Thanks!

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  94. I like the Edwardian era. I love all the detail and layers. I don't know if I would like wearing them though. I love your skirt and hope I win this. I don't like downloading patterns but think I would kind of like to make this for myself. Is the pattern in this issue?

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  95. I think regency era for me - empire waists are my fav :)

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  96. 50's circle skirts, and rockabilly dresses are part of my current wardrobe, as well as 20's style hats. So I'm really a mix of the two.

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  97. I don't know this magazine, I'd love to have a look at it! My favourite era for retro style is the 50's. I love those beautiful full skirts and tiny waists! Followed by the flowy dresses of the 70s. Thank you for this giveaway!
    My email: lholy_chan [at] yahoo [dot] fr

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  98. this is something I would have to stitch in secret as my daughters would want it. And having made 4 complete Elizabethan noble woman's outfits, I guess I would have to say Elizabethan.

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  99. Fantastic! Thank you for doing a giveaway.

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  100. The 1950's - love those dresses.

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  101. I love the late 50s early 60s retro style. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  102. I love the mod styles of the 60s! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  103. While I love the 20s styles, my body type does not, so I'd say 50s when it was okay to be curvy. :)

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  104. I really love the 50s!
    I am, however, gaining a real appreciation for the 30s and 40s.

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. I think the 30's and 40's styles were the best. Very feminine. Thanks! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

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  106. I love the look of the 30's with the bias-cut gowns. I should have been a torch singer.

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  107. Love the Kaffes but I also love the vintage feedsacks so that time period to sew with anticipation of buying a new feedsack print is unique.

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  108. Well, I lived through them but I think they are retro now - the 60's. thank you

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  109. I love the 20s.

    tau(underscore)be(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  110. I think the 30's or 40's FLAPPER style or ganster style.

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  111. I like the regency era, Jane Austin :) or the 1940s

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  112. emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com

    I love 60's mod style, boat necks get me hot!

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  113. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  114. We've been watching a lot of old movies on TCM and I really love the styles of the 1940's.

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  115. Definitely the 50's. The dresses, pearls, heels, hand-work, baking-yep all of it :)

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  116. I love the 40s and 50s..beautiful dresses. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  117. I love the shapes of the garments from the 40s and 50s...so beautiful!

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  118. I like the feminine look to the women's clothes of the 40s & 50s.

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