11.14.2010

300th Post Giveaway!

I cannot believe that this is our 300th post. What started out as a simple idea to stay connected as sisters has really evolved into must more than that. It has become a place for us both to make friends and explore our talents. Since starting the blog I know that we have both grown a lot and refined out skills. We have also made some great cyber friends along the way.

To help celebrate we would like to host a little giveaway. This is a vintage style clutch that I made awhile back intending to give it as a gift, but it never happened. Instead I hope to gift it to one of our wonderful followers.

In order to enter just leave a comment on this post and let us know one thing you would like to see us make on this blog in the future. The giveaway will end this Wednesday at midnight central time. The winner will be randomly chosen and announced on Thursday.

Good luck!

34 comments:

  1. Sorry this isn't more specific, but I LOVED your maternity jeans transformation post so I'd like to see more posts about repurposing. I have tons of old clothes lying around the house and I'd love to have different ways to reuse them!

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  2. Hum, I would love to see some skirts made with adjustments to for curvy body types. congrats on 300 posts.

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  3. I made the belted dress with you guys and that was the first dress that I had ever made myself. I would love to see more dresses.
    sarahmost@gmail.com

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  4. i really enjoyed the anthroholic tutorials - more of those would be fantastic!!

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  5. While I was trying to decide what I wanted you to make next I was browsing other websites and I saw this http://kristinaclemens.blogspot.com/2010/11/constructing-brycen-tartan-dress.html Absolutely beautiful- I would love to see you make something like that!!!

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  6. Congrats on 300 posts! I'm interested in learning more about tailoring (like taking your mom's pants in) but I like all the projects you've posted.

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  7. Congrats! The refashioning things have been fun (like the blazer turned skirt), also I like the various tutorials you detailed. They've given me some good ideas!

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  8. Congrats on 300 posts! I love following your blog! With the trend of ruffles big this year, I'd love to find out how to make ruffles easily!
    Thanks for a great blog!

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  9. Congrats! Here's to 300 more!

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  10. I would love to see the tutorial for your jacket to skirt entrie

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  11. Congrats on 300 posts!! I would love the refashioning tutorials.

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  12. I have been enjoying learning from this blog. I have a fear of making things for myself but kids stuff seams a bit less daunting. I know you both have little girls, lets see what you are making them. :)

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  13. Hmm...I'd love to see some kind of hat or something. I'm a big hat fan these days.

    -Lauren
    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  14. how beautiful! congrats on all those posts!

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  15. Congrats! I agree with the refashioning suggestions, and I would love to know how to take in or let out more complicated pieces of clothing like pants or dresses. And even details like different zipper types and putting in metal handles (like the one on the clutch!)

    Congrats!
    katyclem@gmail.com

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  16. I would love to learn how to make more tailored items! Jackets, pleats, detail things!

    Your blog is one of my faves! Thanks for being around.

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  17. I'm new to your blog and still finding all the great stuff that you post. Thanks for sharing your experiences and for hosting this giveaway.

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  18. re purposing and of course childrens clothes!! I love your blog as it is, so much fun to follow!

    crissybell17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  19. Love your blog....thank you for sharing your projects!!

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  20. I'd love to see more Anthro knockoffs!

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  21. I am new to this blog--RSS Feeding! I just love visiting--so many fab tutorials and photos! I loooooove any tutorial that explains how to sew...esp. STEP BY STEP (even if it is "easy"--I'm new to sewing too...so "easy" isn't easy to me!). I also love all visuals--since I'm a visual learner! Thanks for sharing everything!!

    ps...if I had to pick something for you to share--either binding (how to) and purses! I love handmade purses!

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  22. Congratulations! I love your site. I'd love to see some simple baby items - but I always love what you do so no worries! Thanks for the giveaway - alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  23. What a lovely purse. BTW, I love your site and am still impressed by your re-purposed winner.

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  24. I would LOVE to see something in 3-d, like a toy! And congratulations!

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  25. love the refashioning and knock-off tutorials!

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  26. hi, I also vote for more repurposing :)

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  27. Love your blog and I wish only good things for your and your family. Any help with pants hems from jeans to cuffed capris?? I'm always hemming and tearing my hair out in the process! Thanks for the give away!!

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  28. Congrats on 300 posts! I would love to see something on re-purposing for kids. I have been taking vintage pillowcases and turning them into skirts and outfits for my daughter. I love taking something old and beautiful and making it into something new and beautiful. Keep up the good work!

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  29. I love small fast items. love scarves . lindagerig@sbcglobal.net

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  30. Congratulations! I just find you via Sew mama sew. Love the blog and will keep reading it.

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  31. I just found you on Sew Mama Sew, so I need to look at all your ideas before saying what I want.

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  32. Congratulations! We've certainly enjoyed the peek into your world and your talents.

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  33. Congratulations. I'm envious.
    I love to refashion also so love to see what others have done and how.

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  34. Your blog is just the thing to get creative juices flowing. Congratulations on your milestone!

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