Sew Grateful Week Giveaway!

****THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED****

Happy Sew Grateful Week, everyone!  Isn’t it the best?  I love having a dedicated time to express my thankfulness to this community for the support, inspiration, and all-around awesomeness that you so graciously bestow on me!  So, as a little token of my gratitude, I’d like to offer a giveaway!  After all your kind words about my Anise jacket, I thought it would be fun to offer one of you a chance to make your own!

Leave a comment below (by 11:59PM EST on 2/10/13) to enter to win a digital download of the Anise jacket by Colette Patterns.  I’ll pick a winner at random on February 11, 2013!  I’d love to hear what your plans would be for the jacket, so do spill the beans!

121 responses

  1. Oh, please enter me. I know this would be a challenge for me to make, but would love to do one with a lightweight wool (maybe purple) and vintage style retro purple buttons… Thank you!

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  2. You are too kind! I would love this pattern, as I already confessed much love of your red version. I have a great aqua boucle in my stash or (as you know) I just received that beautiful teal wool from Italy!

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  3. i should be good and try to use up some of my stash, but if i were to win this pattern i’d be awfully tempted to get some red wool coating and copy yours. 🙂

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  4. The jacket you made was simply adorable! Great choice of fabric. You are such a good sewer and writer. I love reading your blog and keeping up with your projects. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Thanks for the chance to win this. I love your red jacket! I plan to make one in purple or navy blue. Thanks for taking the time to share your projects and write your blog!

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  6. I love this pattern and have some amazing pastel boucle that would be perfect for it! How nice of you to give away the pattern!

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  7. Ohh. I’ve been umming and ahhing about this pattern every since it came out! But I have made a pencil skirt in dark pink wool fabric and I have enough left for this, I think. A matching outfit!
    Thanks for your giveaway – you’ve only gone and inspired me now…

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  8. Thanks for the awesome giveaway Ginger! I’d have to have a hunt through my fabric stash to decide on what to make this in, but I think I’ve got a woolen-blend burgundy plaid lurking around in there somewhere….. 🙂

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  9. I’ve been lusting after that pattern. I’d have to break my no-fabric-buying pledge, but it would be worth it. Maybe a nice dark grey wool

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  10. I’d love to make this pattern in blue with white buttons and maybe piping if I could figure it out. Your red one is lovely. Its really kind of you to do a give away!

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  11. I’ve been reading many lovely things about that pattern. I would have to dig through my ‘collection’ to see what would look best. Thank you for your generosity.

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  12. I’ve been dying to try sewing a Collette pattern, so this would be the perfect opportunity. I have a kind of pale green and yellow heavy waffle weave cotton in stash that I think would make a perfect spring jacket.

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  13. This pattern looks really interesting. I lost a lot of weight last year, so I am keen to make lots of new things that actually fit. I would like to win this pattern and make it up for th cool weather coming our way over te next few months.

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  14. Wow, thanks for this awesome giveaway. I’ve never sewn a jacket or coat before and as it happens that in a few weeks I will have loads of free time, it might just be the perfect time to give it a try 🙂

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  15. Wonderful idea! Your Anise came out so nicely – made me take another look at the pattern. Turns out I think I quite like it, when it’s not in a pastel color! Not sure what I’d make it out of yet… and I’d probably go get the Anise Companion since jackets are new territory for me.

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  16. Do love your version! (Better than the pattern pic!) Its been a couple decades since I made a tailored jacket….I’m looking for one specifically to use as a base for some heavy machine embroidery. I think the shape of this jacket (especially the back) might make a very interesting pallette! Thanks so much for your giveaway

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