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Monday, April 9, 2012

Sense & Sensibility Giveaway

Good morning ladies! Today we have a lovely giveaway in store hosted by Sense & Sensibility patterns. Let's get started!

About The Shop ::
Sense & Sensibility Patterns
Most of you may know of Mrs. Jennie Chancey from Return of the Daughters DVD and she is the owner of this lovely online shop! Sense & Sensibility was started in 1996, offering lovely old-fashioned clothing sewing patterns. Over the years it has grown and today they offer a wide variety of lovely Georgian, Regency, Romatic, Titanic, Swing era clothing that are simply breathtaking! They also offer several other patterns, including some dollar download options as well as online classes sewing tips and more! So this is definitely a website for the old-fashioned, sewing lover! :D For more details on Sense & Sensibility you can view their about page HERE! Here are a few of my favorite patterns!

Toile Dress 1
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View 2
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1545-2
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Photo by Rebecca Suerdieck of http://www.perrincottage.com
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Tea Gown close-up
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Silk Crossover Gown
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The Giveaway ::

Mrs. Chancey was so sweet to allow one blessed winner to receive one free e-pattern of the winner choice from her shop! {Pattern will be emailed to the winner} Thanks so much, Mrs. Chancey!

How To Enter ::
Please use the below Raffle Copter gadget to enter this giveaway. It will end on April 17th, 2012 and the winner will be announced later that day on the blog. Have fun entering!




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36 comments:

  1. I follow via GFC. What pretty patterns!

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  2. My favorite pattern is the regency pattern... http://sensibility.com/patterns/regency-gown-pattern/

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  3. http://sensibility.com/patterns/1909-%E2%80%9Cbeatrix%E2%80%9D-jacket-pattern/

    Is my fave.

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  4. I shared about the giveaway on my facebook, but I have a private FB, and I could post a link, but you still wouldn't be able to see it.

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  5. I have your button on my blog:
    www.edensevaluations.blogspot.com

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  6. Heres my favorie pattern: http://sensibility.com/patterns/regency-spencerpelisse-pattern/

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  7. This is my favorite one! http://sensibility.com/patterns/1914-afternoon-dress/

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  8. I posted about this giveaway!

    http://edensevaluations.blogspot.com/p/other-giveaways.html

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  9. http://sensibility.com/patterns/1914-afternoon-dress/

    That one is my favorite!

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  10. I have your blog button on my blog sidebar!

    www.irishragamuffinslilsister.blogspot.com

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  11. Awwww :) Love the shop! This one has got to be my favorite:
    http://sensibility.com/patterns/girls-romantic-era-dress-pattern/

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  12. I love the 1780s Portrait dress!

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  13. I follow giveaways of blessings by email

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  14. I shared this link in my Facebook.

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  15. I followe Sense & Sensibility Patterns on Twitter.

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  16. I liked Sense and Sensibility Patterns on Facebook.

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  17. I love all of Jennie's patterns but I think the Regency dress is my favorite! Timeless!

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  18. I love the attention to detail Jennie takes with her historical patterns. It's a dream of mine to create a small Regency-era wardrobe using her Elegant Lady's Closet & Regency Underthings patterns... :)

    P.S. --being much more an avid crocheter than seamstress, I love the period crochet patterns she has up, as well!

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  19. I think my favorite of Jennie's patterns is the Girls' Pinafore and Pantaloons. It is such a great go-to pattern!

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  20. My favorite pattern is the 1914 Afternoon Dress.

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  21. My favorite pattern is either the 1914 Afternoon Dress, or the 1940s "Swing" Dress. :) Thank you Bethany!

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  22. I like the Romantic Era Dress pattern best.

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  23. I follow by email.

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  24. My favorite patterns are the Edwardian apron, and this dress: http://sensibility.com/patterns/girls-1780s-portrait-dress-pattern/

    and this dress:http://sensibility.com/patterns/1910s-tea-gown-pattern/

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  25. fave pattern:

    http://sensibility.com/patterns/1910s-tea-gown-pattern/

    ~Johanna

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  26. My favorite Sense & Sensibility pattern is... the Afternoon Tea Dress! Or is it the Beatrix Potter skirt? Or the Ladies Ensamble? Or the ... it is so hard to choose one! I love them all. :-)
    Blessings, ~Mrs. R

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  27. I Love sense and sensibility patterns! I entered using my e-mail, but here it is in case you need it again :)

    jamieforsberg(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. Hmm... Although a tough pick, I think my favorite pattern is http://sensibility.com/patterns/ladies-1780s-portrait-dress-pattern/

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  29. Hmm... Although a tough pick, I think my favorite pattern is http://sensibility.com/patterns/ladies-1780s-portrait-dress-pattern/

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  30. My favorite pattern is the 1909 Edwardian Gown Pattern.

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  31. I love her website and "like" her on Facebook.

    Amanda B

    handmaidenoftheking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. Oh, my goodness! I could hardly decide on my favorite pattern, but I would have to say the 1940's swing dress.

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  33. I hope I win. These clothes look great!

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