Friday, October 15, 2010

And the winners are....

Thank you everyone for entering the vintage pattern giveaway!  For each separate pattern I used a random number generator to figure out the winners.

So, without further delay....

The winner of the 1930s fabulous simplicity pattern is....
Jane from Handmade by JaneI am super excited about this because this pattern will mark Jane's foray into sewing from vintage patterns (you won't ever go back Jane--it's so much fun!)  You must check out Jane's blog, she makes some gorgeous fabric bags and cushions and loads more!

The winner of this delicious 1940's McCall pattern is....
Chip from Chipmunk's Corner!
Chip's blog features some amazing handmade historical costumes! Including a fabulous costume inspired by the Sound of Music that was entered in the Historic Costume Inspiration Festival.  Go check it out!

The winner of the most popular 1950's McCall pattern and beating out 62 other people is...
Molly from Molly and MangoMolly, I must say you have fantastic luck!  Molly has a fantastic blog that I love following...with the cutest owl graphics I have ever seen! 

And last but not least is the winner of this chic 1960's pattern....
Steph from 3 Hours Past the Edge of the World!  I just recently found Steph's blog and LOVE it!!!  She posts everything from fantastic tutorials to scans from 1940's magazines and is working on a great 1940's Advance pattern at the moment.

Winners, please email me your address at:  myhappysewingplace[at]googlemail[dot]com

Thank you everyone for entering.  If you didn't win this time, no worries as I plan on having lots more giveaways in the future.  I love them!

1 comment:

  1. Oh wow, I am thrilled! I have to say I've not been a lucky one for winning things until I found your blog, you seem to be my lucky charm, haha! Do you need my address? I'm at 17, a little way to go yet before i hit giveaway numbers, although I have come to realise part of the problem is when I have spare time, I spend so much time reading other people' sewing blogs I run out of time to sew or blog myself... D'oh!!

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